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French Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers French tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn French through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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Selected French Tutors in New York City, NY

We have exceptional tutors with the highest of qualifications ready to help you master French. The tutors come from top institutions such as MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other leading schools.



Undergraduate Degree:
Pomona College - Theater And French



Undergraduate Degree:
Amherst College - Architecture; Environmental Studies

Graduate Degree:
University Of Cambridge -



Undergraduate Degree:
Tufts University - Philosophy, French Double Major

How we help you master: French


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Your tutor will pinpoint the areas in which you excel in French and the areas that require extra attention.


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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Focused on discrete v. continuous distributions and calculating probabilities using both types. Session went pretty well--only a couple more days until her final.

The student had completed two practice SAT math sections. He correctly identified that his major weaknesses were in geometry and equations with multiple variables, so we focused our work on those question types. Specifically, we worked on angular relationships and writing and solving multiple-variable equations. After walking him through a couple of practice problems, I asked him to complete a few on his own. He performed very well, answering all but one correctly. I encouraged him to complete two more practice sections -- untimed -- before our next session. I also asked him to show all of his work so that we could identify any simple mistakes and work to correct them.

The student and I met tonight to work on his World History Project. Since we had completed most of the research on Sunday and he was scheduled to have a work day on Tuesday, we had planned to write the paper this evening. When I arrived, he had not completed his research, so he finished researching in the first half hour of the session. We then used the notes he had taken to organize the outline for the paper. In the remaining time, he was able to write two of the necessary five paragraphs for the paper. He has the outlines to complete the other three paragraphs and plans to finish the paper by Friday, its due date.

The student and I reviewed his last practice test. He continues to be strong in math. As long as he reads carefully, he will do well on that section. His scores on both Reading Comprehension and Verbal went down slightly for this test, but he continues to have excellent scores. He needs to continue studying vocabulary before Saturday's test date.

The student and I continued her test preparation for the ERB. Today, we focused on 16-block design, coding, and reading comprehension.

We worked on forming conditional statements and other introductory logic ideas. The student did well with this so we moved on to review problems about finding the area of various shapes.

On Wednesday, the student and I worked on the topic of energy use within cells. We discussed her performance on prior exams, and she has been continuously improving, which is great. I had her answer a lot of questions and repeat concepts back to me, as well as testing her with some tough questions. By the end of the session I could tell she had a good grasp of the information we had discussed, since she had been able to explain it all so clearly to me during the session. I told her to practice a couple of the concepts we talked about while she has free time to mentally go over the information in her head. She likes visual constructs and explanations, so I had her build a chart that helped diagram and separate opposite ideas. The only thing she seemed to be struggling with was a few of the tiny details in the beginning, but once we got going she connected all of the dots.

We covered the completeness and accuracy of a larynx model that is required for her class and made modifications as necessary to meet the requirements for the model as set by the course instructor. We also covered the anatomy and physiology of mastication (chewing), deglutition (swallowing), and disorders related to these functions of the tongue, pharynx, larynx, and esophagus. The student did well on her last quiz that followed our last session. She has some trouble memorizing specific muscles involved in speech, but we set some practice goals to improve her retention.

The student scored a 27 composite score on her most recent practice test through her ACT class at school. Since her previous preparation had not included many strategies, I used the session time to go session by session and teach specific strategies for approaching different question types. The student learned them quickly and will continue practicing them for homework. We also spent some time on the student's electromagnetism physics homework, but she quickly figured out what she needed to do so the majority of the session was devoted to the ACT.

Today was the first of three days of student testing and my penultimate day working with the class. We continued work on yesterday's packet, though the class was not split into groups as before. Students worked independently and we did not stop to go over questions as a class. Every two pages, whenever they finished them, students paused to have their answers checked. In my usual role, I graded and helped out where help was needed.

We reviewed the subjunctive, indicative, commands, and Ch. 5 vocab. The student wanted me to continue to help him review with practice questions/sentences that were similar to what would be on his upcoming vocabulary and grammar quizzes. He seemed happy with his process and mastery of the material.

The student and I met from 9:00 to 10:30am. We went over her review sheet for her final exam, which is tomorrow. I helped her with inequalities, synthetic division and complex numbers, finding zeros of functions of varying degrees, etc. I was able to help the student with all of the questions she had about her study guide.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master French?

Varsity Tutors offers French tutoring in New York City, NY! Our tutors are enthusiastic and brilliant, and can make your studies in French as efficient as they are fun.

Although technology is changing the way we communicate, knowledge of foreign languages remains very important. If you are struggling with learning French, call on Varsity Tutors in the New York area to provide you with an expert language tutor to help you reach the highest proficiency possible. Many people lament not remembering what they learned in high school French class. Don’t be a statistic in this category! Personalized NYC French tutoring can help you solidify your language skills and retain them all life long. Even if you only need to read French for research, Varsity Tutors can help you learn the language quickly and effectively. Don’t struggle alone with a text. Instead, consider calling an expert to help you through any problem areas so you can get on to your specific academic work.

If you are no longer a student, Varsity Tutors can also offer you language tutoring to help you gain proficiency in French. In an increasingly international business world, knowledge of foreign languages can be a great asset to your employer and is an impressive addition to your resume. Due to the long influence of France on the world, French is an excellent language to add to your skill set. Even if you are not planning to augment your resume with knowledge of French, perhaps you would like to travel abroad or, at least, to encounter world literature in its original languages. French tutoring from Varsity Tutors New York City can provide you with help to learn to speak, hear, and read French, saving you the time and frustration of self-directed courses or the impersonal experience of continuing education courses.

Ready to schedule your first French tutoring session? Contact your Varsity Tutors tutoring directors in New York today. We have professional tutors capable of helping learners of all ages and levels achieve French fluency.

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