8 College Counseling Tutors Found Near Baltimore, MD



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Karlene G.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21201

Will travel 8 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 32 ratings

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Experienced Tutor Specializing in SAT/ACT/GRE Test Prep Skills

As a graduate from Johns Hopkins University and a current Master Degree candidate from The University of Alabama, I have personal experience with navigating College Counseling. More importantly, I gained experience as a mentor in the exclusive Peer Health Mentoring and Mentoring Assistance Peer Programs at Johns Hopkins University for several years. I believe that I have demonstrated that I the knowledge, experience, and foresight to be a good College Counseling tutor. My primary goal is always to make my students confident in their own abilities, while challenging and equipping them to exce [more]


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Fadhal M.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21217

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Harvard College '15 | Teacher in Baltimore City Public Schools

I have worked in Harvard's admissions office as a student coordinator where I learned the ins and outs of the college application process from the side of the admissions officers. I am a recent graduate of Harvard University and currently a Social Studies teacher in Baltimore City. Education is my passion so I like to spend my summers in between school years to offer tutoring services when I am not teaching. In addition to teaching, while I was at Harvard, I directed mentoring programs for middle school boys and high school students in general. I scored a 690 in my SAT Math in High School [more]


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Zeinab M.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21231

Will travel 40 miles

$100 per hour.

4.72 50 ratings

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Passionate Experienced Tutor

I can help with college and/or scholarship applications. Be it for undergraduate or graduate schools, I have been successful in my applications. I have funded my education through scholarships, fellowships, and grants. There is no right or wrong way to write a college or scholarship essay, but it is essential to write how you or your idea is unique. I have always treated Personal Statements as an opportunity to reflect on life experiences and to thoroughly examine my ideas and beliefs. Writing a Personal Statement is different than writing an essay for an English class. Recognizing this differ [more]



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David G.

College Counseling Tutor

Nottingham, MD 21236

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

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David is here to help you succeed in school!

I am currently an academic advisor from a community college. I am certified to advise students on college selection and course suggestions. I have been an academic advisor for over three years. My name is David G. and I am a college instructor. I have experience in teaching business and academic development to college students. I have been teaching at the community college for over four years. My masters is in Business Administration, so I do have a a lot of experience in Business. I also have experience in teaching grades K-5 where I was a substitute teacher. I also filled in for a fi [more]


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Evan P.

College Counseling Tutor

Windsor Mill, MD 21244

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

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Educator/Public Servant/Public Speaker/Youth Advocate

I am currently employed at Towson University as an Admissions Counselor. Counselors are responsible for a recruitment territory including: travel management, relationship building with prospective families, guidance counselors and independent counselors; telecounseling, representing the university at high schools, college fairs, receptions and interviews. My territory includes Prince George?s County, MD, Washington, D.C., Baltimore City, MD and the southern Maryland area. I work primarily with urban/inner city, underrepresented, and first generation youth. I work diligently to assist with recr [more]


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Hilma M.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21230

Will travel 2 miles

$45 per hour.

4.98 85 ratings

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Academic Tutor for Children and Adults

The college application process has become more challenging and more competitive than ever before. I have been through the process of applying for admission to college and law school. There are several components that are important to the college admission process: 1) test scores, 2) high school grades, 3) extra curricular activities and community service, 4) recommendations from teachers and others in the community, and 5) the personal statement or essay. No single factor is determinative in obtaining admission to college. I can help students evaluate their options for college based on the [more]


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Chioma C.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21201

Will travel 40 miles

$60 per hour.

4.82 33 ratings

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Attorney Specializing in Effective Writing and Communication Skills

I have completed my Bachelors of Arts, Master in Public Administration, and Juris Doctor. All of these degrees have required me to thoroughly research and navigate the admissions process. I have since counseled several friends and family members on how to gain admission to the university and/or graduate school of their choice. I was also hired as a personal statement editor by Dear Admissions based in Berkeley,CA. Do you avoid writing essays? Is it difficult to articulate your thoughts? Do you struggle with organizing your arguments? Are you looking for someone to help guide you through and [more]


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Emily H.

College Counseling Tutor

Baltimore, MD 21218

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Johns Hopkins BS/MS Grad for College Essay and Resume Tutoring

During my summers teaching with the National Student Leadership Conference, I led a class on the college application process. We discussed everything from questions to ask on college tours, the common application versus school-specific applications, admissions interviews, and scholarship/financial aid considerations. In addition, I worked for the Johns Hopkins Admissions department for two years, conducting prospective student interviews, leading campus tours, and serving on a Q&A admissions panel. [more]