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German Tutoring in New York City, NY

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

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The talented German tutors are nearby and highly prepared to assist you in your educational journey. They hail from the highest caliber of schools including 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 nationally recognized programs.



Undergraduate Degree:
Harvard - Political Science



Undergraduate Degree:
Denison University - German, History



Undergraduate Degree:
Princeton University - History

Graduate Degree:
Harvard University - History

How we help you master: German


Your personal learning style and needs will be assessed by our educational director to ensure your key goals are met in German.


Your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, and identify areas for improvement.


Our 1:1 German tutoring is specifically designed to help you meet and surpass your goals.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student  and I did a big review. Combining all he has learned in class up to this point, we worked problems that called on him to determine all critical values, maxima, minima, inflection point, increasing and decreasing ranges, and concavity. Tailing behavior was also reviewed, and we checked in on some old limits to review for that.

I assisted the student on working through English lesson 3, reading sections of The Canterbury Tales and the anonymous ballad, "Go Bar the Door." He mostly just needs to input the answers into the graded assignment from notes we made as he read. He is working on Lesson 2 with his mom (it's about 'Grendel') and he is also working on speech on his own. He needs to submit Lesson 8 for government before he can request his final. He plans to take it this weekend.

The student and I read a short story and had a discussion about the main themes in the story.  I brought a series of discussion questions and challenged the student to think deeper about the text. The student is taking an English Lit class this fall that she's anxious about, so I used the short story as a way to help her understand the types of things she should be prepared to discuss both in class and in writing assignments in an English class. The student responded well to the story and the discussion.

We wrote the thank you email and talked about the distinctions between it and the general email from last week. We also reviewed subject-verb agreement and tense consistency.

The student is doing excellent. He is improving his ability to everything together, which was his weakest area. I left him with some practice sheets as well as vocabulary practice.

The student is just starting some basic trigonometry concepts. We made it through her worksheet together and I'm confident she understood the material by the end if the session.

In this session students worked on RACE responses, answering questions from the poem "Nighttime in the City." One of the students scored 4 on both questions.

We did the first half of the 3rd grade math exam packet, practicing a variety of math techniques from basic multiplication to deciphering word problems. The students will have their math exam in 11 days! The kids did a great job in math, they seem to enjoy it and feel prepared.

During this session, the student completed his homework assignment. The assignment required him to read a poem and answer questions to test his comprehension. He also learned the elements of a poem, including stanza, rhyme, rhythm, and contextual clues. Once he was done with that assignment, he wanted to begin his math homework that was due the next day. This assignment required him to use multiplication and division to determine unknown numerical values.

Today was our first session. We discussed the student's English background and her goals at improving her conversation skills. We had a great time talking and discussing new vocabulary words.

Today, following the student's last unit test last week, we began working through a lengthy review assignment to prepare for his final exam. We made it through about 1/3 of the review, consisting mainly of basic topics like SI units, significant figures, and the definition of the mole. I feel we got a better understanding of atomic chemistry and the significance of atomic numbers, mass number, etc. I noticed he was also appeared more comfortable when converting from mass to # of moles of a substance. I am making note of the topics that require more practice, and aim to compile some questions covering them.

Today we continued practicing for the student's tests. He solved some problems on his own but needed help with others. He will need to review some chapters and do more practice problems.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you learn German?

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

Are you currently working to improve your German or to learn the language for the first time? If so, you’ve likely figured out that learning how to pronounce German words from a textbook is extremely difficult, and that learning in a classroom setting may mean being unable to work at a pace that suits you. Varsity Tutors offers German tutoring in the New York City, NY area that can help you avoid these pitfalls by working one-on-one with a personal tutor who is fluent in German and wants to help you become fluent, too.

German can be a difficult language to learn, and the challenge of learning it is only increased when one’s goal is to become a fluent speaker, as numerous small decisions need to be made correctly on the fly when speaking naturally; however, working with a credentialed Varsity Tutors New York German tutor can help take a lot of the difficulty out of the process of learning German, and even make it fun! Your private German tutor can meet with you in your New York City home, or wherever is most convenient for you, at a time that works in your schedule. By taking advantage of the convenience of private German tutoring, you can assume control of your education. Your NYC tutor can analyze your current skills and design individual lesson plans tailored to addressing your specific strengths and weaknesses, and he or she can also teach you strategies specific to learning the German language. No matter how much experience with speaking German you have, or whether you are learning the language on your own or for a high school or college course, a Varsity Tutors’ German tutor can make the difference between suffering through a German course and actually enjoying it.

If you want to experience one-on-one German tutoring focused on your individual needs, call Varsity Tutors today!

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