WilliamThe most important attribute for any instructor is the flexibility to adapt to their student's needs. I have taught high school and college students for over 500 hours, developing a holistic approach to the art of teaching that provides my students with a strong grounding in the basics before moving on to more advanced material. I also worked as a TA for two years while attending college, hosted review sessions for 100 students at a time, and worked with professors to design lesson plans. My areas of expertise include Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biology, and Calculus, including the IB and AP exams in each subject. I have an intimate knowledge of the current college Chemistry curriculum, giving me "insider info" that I use to help students prepare for their future endeavors. I also have experience working in a Bi-Organic Synthesis Research Lab, providing me with stories I can use to make science feel more engaging.
College of William and Mary - Bachelor of Chemistry, Chemistry
High School Biology
AP Calculus AB
KimberlyI'm Kimberly, and I have several years of experience tutoring students across all age groups and levels of ability. It's very rewarding for me to see students light up because they understand something, so I work on my approach to adapt to the ways that my students learn best. I like to help students connect with the subject, whether that means helping a scientific person understand humanities or an artistic person understand technology. Overall, my goal is to help students develop a love of learning regardless of the subject. Outside of tutoring, my interests include listening to music, writing, cooking, and swimming. I'm looking forward to helping you reach your goals in education.
Dartmouth College - Bachelor in Arts, Molecular Biology
Georgetown University - Master of Science, Microbiology and Immunology
SAT Subject Tests
AshleyI have always strived for academic success, and I can attest to the value of having a tutor to help you succeed. I have had to hire tutors at different points of my academic career. My tutors have helped me boost my grades but more importantly, my confidence in the material and myself. Now I want to tutor because it gives me the chance to guide students to academic success. I can help with computer science, science, algebra, biology, calculus, and more. I am looking forward to giving my students the same help that I have received in the past. I enjoy shopping, fashion, cooking, and traveling in my free time.
George Mason University - Current Undergrad Student, Biomedical Engineering