RubyI completed a bachelor's degree in biochemistry from the University of Tampa and a master's degree in biomedical sciences from Georgetown University. I developed a passion for tutoring when I was in college. I began working as a tutor in organic chemistry and was able to assist students with reaching their potential. I was able to teach students topics that they didn't quite grasp in class. I am comfortable tutoring students in a wide range of areas, such as statistics, discrete math, and anatomy and physiology, to name a few. I can also help students prepare for the writing section of the ACT. In terms of hobbies, I enjoy working out, food, concerts, movies, and sports.
The University of Tampa - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
Georgetown University - Master of Science, Biomedical Sciences
RaffiI tutor algebra, geometry, calculus, and other math topics, as well as history, microeconomics, and science. Currently a student myself at Boston College, with a double major in finance and political science, I can work with students of any age, but my focus is on helping high school students. Practice is the best way to teach so I include lots of problems and questions in my tutoring sessions. A presidential scholar, I am also a member of the Carroll School of Management Honors Program. My personal interests include history, politics, as well as professional football and basketball, so not all my time is spent working, studying, and obsessing about finance!
Boston College - Bachelor of Science, Finance
AP Calculus AB
JohnMy name is John, and I've been successful as a tutor in helping students improve their SAT scores and pursue their colleges of choice. I study philosophy Harvard, and I'm looking forward to helping students reach their goals.
Harvard College - Current Undergrad Student, Philosophy
High School English