RanjitHi, my name is Ranjit. I'm a tutor who has a bachelor's degree in biology from George Washington University, where I also minored in human anatomy and public health. As a tutor, I'm able to assist my students with a variety of topics. Some of the subjects I've covered in the past include anatomy, biology, general study skills, public health, and more. Reach out to me if you need some help with one of the subject areas that I specialize in. I can offer you customized lessons that are based entirely on your unique needs and learning style. This could be exactly what you need to reach your potential in the classroom.
George Washington University - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
OlegI'm Oleg, and I'm currently attending George Mason University, where I'm seeking a degree in computer science. I enjoy programming, and I want to help others develop a passion for it as well. As a tutor, I focus on making sure the student fully understands concepts so that they can apply their knowledge in novel situations. Some subjects I can tutor include Java, C++, HTML and CSS, Python, Visual Basic, PHP, algebra, and others.
George Mason University - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
High School Physics
Middle School Math
IsabelaI am in my third year at New York University, working towards an undergraduate degree in neurolinguistics with a minor in public health. Additionally, I have a focus on pre-medical studies. I have experience working as a private tutor in English and Spanish, as well as peer tutor in math and history. I love to learn, with my passions lying in social science and STEM courses. I can help students with subjects including American literature, conversational Italian, middle school reading, science, social studies, writing, and many more areas of study. When I'm not studying, I am a coxswain on my university's crew team. I also love to read, go to concerts, and run along the Hudson River.
New York University - Current Undergrad, Neuroscience
Elementary School Writing
SAT Subject Test in Italian with Listening
Elementary School Math