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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring in New York City, NY
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Varsity Tutors offers Mandarin Chinese tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Mandarin Chinese through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
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Hamilton College - Chinese, Comparative Literature
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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Reviewed Reading section 1, strategized for Reading section and will do more practice in the future, trying to work quicker. Worked together on Math section 2. In the next session, we will cover Science section.
Today the student and I worked on her timing for the science ACT section. The student was having some issues with timing, but we worked extensively on balancing accuracy and speed. We also practiced some quick tricks to become more efficient while working through this section.
The student and I created an action plan for her to get good grades this semester. We discussed her goals and her strengths and weaknesses. We worked primarily on reviewing verbs and then worked on speaking at the end. For the next session, she will be working through sections of her old text that she feels need reviewing.
Today we covered the law of cosines, which the student understood by the fourth problem applying the law. I left him some extra problems to review it later, then we reviewed some topics from his earlier assignments. This included rectangular and polar coordinates, vectors and trigonometric inverse functions.
In this session, we covered genetics topics. We worked through some difficult test crosses/Punnet squares and also went through a lab the student had recently. She has a test this Friday, so we will be able to see at that point how much the extra help is benefiting her.
We had our final session working on reading. The student can find where the location of the questions are. I let her know to trust herself because she underlined the correct locations of the questions each time.
The student and I had a great session today! To start off, I gave her a packet I had made about various technological developments throughout European history. She can use this to supplement her textbook as she works on her big project about technology. After that, she requested that we spend our session reviewing the material from the past few chapters to help her prepare for an upcoming test. She and I talked through chapters on nationalism, imperialism, and WWI. I gave her a brief overview of the major events and players while she asked questions and explained what she remembered about each chapter. I think it was very helpful to take a step back and look at history from a broader lens. It's easy to get bogged down into the specifics of each chapter and today we got to see things in context. I think she is in great shape for her test!
We did an anti-drug poster for Forensics, which was quick and easy. He is nervous about the trig test, so I gave him some practice problems based on the topics he's done recently. I told him that starting next week we are going to start making a review packet of the different topics for trig, and at the end of each week I will give him a review.
We covered solely verbal today. I gave her some tips for how to tackle the passage in general as well as specific types of questions such as strengthen/weaken, author's tone, and "according to the passage" detail questions.
We started off by reviewing the last practice test that I had the student take. We then worked through more difficult problems, and I went over strategies and methods of solving harder problems more quickly. I then had him finish up with a shorter 40 minute practice test.
We went over a lesson on electrochemistry (electrolysis and voltaic cells). I had the student do a worksheet on sample multiple-choice questions dealing with electrochemistry. I also had him do some long response questions for electrochemistry taken from previous AP Chemistry exams. He scored almost full points on all the long response problems. He will continue to work on writing down EVERY step and rechecking his numbers to make sure he has written down the correct numbers.
The student was having trouble understanding the concept of sample size as it relates to statistics. So we spent a good portion of the session going over the concept, answering his questions not so much about how to do it, which he seemed to understand, but more about why and the real-life application as it applies to statistics. At the end, he seemed to have a better understanding of the concept as a whole.
How can Mandarin Chinese tutoring from Varsity Tutors help you succeed in Mandarin Chinese?
Varsity Tutors offers Mandarin Chinese tutoring in New York City, NY. We’ll help you learn Mandarin Chinese through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice.
Mandarin Chinese can be an extremely difficult language to learn without the proper guidance. Varsity Tutors offers personalized Mandarin Chinese tutoring in the New York City, NY area that can take the stress out of learning the language and help you learn it in an efficient and fun way.
Unlike Romance languages like French and Spanish, which derive from Latin and thus employ roots and grammar familiar to English-speakers, Mandarin Chinese likely seems completely inaccessible to English-speakers trying to learn it. Unlike English, Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language, which makes pronunciation absolutely critical if you want to be understood, instead of speaking nonsense. Unfortunately, tones and other aspects of pronunciation are nearly impossible to learn from textbooks on one’s own, or if a class goes too quickly for you to master them. Varsity Tutors’ Mandarin Chinese tutors in New York City, NY are not only skilled at writing, speaking, and reading Mandarin Chinese, but they are also experts in explaining how the language works to others. Working with one of our Mandarin Chinese tutors ensures that you can learn Mandarin Chinese in a way that works for you; our tutors meet when and where it best suits you, and their lesson plans are developed to suit your particular strengths and weaknesses. Taking advantage of personalized Mandarin Chinese tutoring gives you control over how you learn the language. Working with a fluent speaker of Mandarin Chinese ensures that you will not unwittingly make any mistakes in learning the subtleties of pronunciation, or miss the crucial importance of one line when writing a Mandarin Chinese character. Whether you want to learn to write in pinyin, simplified Chinese, or traditional Chinese, your tutor can help you do so.
Call Varsity Tutors today about Mandarin Chinese tutoring in New York City, NY or surrounding areas, and you will be on your way to becoming fluent in Mandarin Chinese with the help of your very own tutor hand-selected for your needs!
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