The George Washington University (Biomedical Engineeri)
My name is Lujain, and I am studying biomedical engineering at the George Washington University. I have over 4 years experience tutoring algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and Calculus 1. I currently tutor in a high school in Washington, D.C. and have tutored in many other high schools in the state of Minnesota. I got a 33 on my ACT (36 on the math portion), and I won a national award for scoring on the 99th percentile for the NWEA math and science portions. I recently became a Microsoft scholar due to my work and academic merit in mathematics and science.
I am also fluent in Arabic and have taught the subject to high school students, adults, and senior citizens in different Arabic grammar and prep schools for almost 5 years. I lived in the Middle East for 8 years, and I studied in America's most prestigious Arabic grammar school where I graduated second in my class. I taught my own Arabic classes in a school in Minnesota (ages 15-27) and also did some tutoring on the side.
So whether you need help with math or Arabic, I would love to help!!
I am able to detect the strengths and weakness of my students right away, and I work around those talents during my tutoring sessions. I also believe in making use of every minute of the tutoring session and being as prepared and active with the student as much as possible.
Please schedule a lesson for me if you find your classes to be difficult.
With the right teacher, you can learn anything, I promise. You have the potential to ace your next test and master all concepts, and I will help you get there!! Hey guys!
My name is Lujain, and I am studying biomedical engineering at the George Washington University. I have over 4 years experience tutoring algebra, trigonometry, … Read more
$25 special for multiple hour lessons
After emailing her my sons most recently graded tests and quizzes a few days before the session; she was able to do the questions he did incorrectly and explain them to him when we arrived.
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I am fluent in both Arabic and English as both are my native languages. I decided to further my Arabic by attending Atawasul, a prestigious Arabic grammar school in Minnesota, where I graduated with the highest honors (no. 2 of my entire class).
I also ran my own Arabic Sunday school called Annour School where I taught Arabic to ages 13-23 for over four years. I also did some tutoring on the side for a few more months.