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Accounting Tutoring in Washington DC

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

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The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn Accounting. They have attended institutions 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 a number of other renowned colleges and universities.

How we help you master: Accounting

TARGETING ACCOUNTING AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT

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

RECOGNIZING AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT

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

CUSTOMIZED LEARNING

We will create a unique curriculum that will help you master your objectives.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

I started this session with the student  by going over expressate phrases with him.  We practiced the "call and response" of these phrases and we also practiced translating them from Spanish into English and from English into Spanish.    He seemed to pick up on these phrases very quickly and was able to translate them with little help from me.  We then worked on vocabulary for his upcoming quiz.    He showed an excellent command of the chapter's vocabulary.  We ended the session by practicing the type of oral "true and false" questions that he will see on his quiz.    He did very well during our practice time and showed that he is well-prepared for his quiz tomorrow.

Just went over a review sheet for a test he had the following day. Covered some areas in probability and statistics. He is very capable. Knows his basics well, and learns concepts after a few examples.

Covered strategies for underlining and highlighting in the Reading sections. Covered punctuation within the English section. Covered a few basic Pre-Algebra techniques in the Math section. Gave reading and math homework.

Spent most of our time of geometry, although we did a lot of work on music theory and planning for how he is going to tackle his homework over the next week until we meet again. Lesson went very well.

We looked at circle geometry questions and a few more triangles, on the student's request. Then, we talked about how to prepare for the test.

This first session I met the student and discussed thoroughly with her parents their specific goals for her and particularly what they want me to cover.

The student and I worked through verbal problems from her most recent practice test and discussed her mastery of the test strategies. She demonstrates sufficient competency with the practice materials to perform well on the test.

The student did really well on his previous test which was great to hear. I'm impressed that he was able to solidify his understanding of the material in such a short time. With a test behind him, he is moving into new material: conic sections. Specifically, we focused on hyperbola's. After a bit of work we were able to get a good sense of what was going on and how best to approach most of the problems. He had no trouble with the 'forward' approach, but the 'backward' approach was a bit trickier. We closed the session with a bit of SAT math. Hopefully he keeps up with his studies so we can have a good review session before the exam.

Today we continued working on the student's assignments in preparation for his exam, specifically covering rational functions and polynomial/rational inequalities. I left the student with some additional practice problems from a different textbook so that he can really get the routines drilled in and check his answers before taking his exam.

I worked with the student on price discrimination as well as distinction of monopolists from perfect competition from monopolistic competition. The procedure for solving for this sort of problem included constructing inverse demand curves from regular aggregate demand curves (solving a q= f(p) for p), then calculating total revenue by multiplying this new function P(q) by q, and taking the derivative to obtain marginal revenue. Regardless of market structure, a firm will produce in the long run by setting marginal revenue equal to marginal cost (which is the derivative of total cost with respect to quantity). Upon solving for an equilibrium quantity q, we can calculate the equilibrium price. We can then calculate profit which was a lot of fun for the student.

Today we worked on a review guide for the student's upcoming exam involving types of forces, pressure/volume problems, information about different elemental phases, and information about the levels of the atmosphere and air composition. The student is working very hard and knows the material very well.

The student and I worked on fractions more today, solidifying her understanding of adding, multiplying, and simplifying fractions. We also spent significant time on multiplication facts, so that they'd become more natural with practice. While it may seem like we're doing the same thing every week, she is actually getting much more proficient every time. I think repetition has really helped her memorize the steps necessary to manipulate fractions, a skill that will be incredibly useful in Algebra.

How can a Accounting tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Accounting?

Accounting can be a difficult class. All of those numbers, equations, and financial statements can quickly add up to a very confusing experience, especially if your class is fast-paced. Varsity Tutors offers accounting tutoring across the Washington DC area, whether you're in Virginia, Maryland, or in the District, which can not only help you keep up with your class, but ensure that you understand each accounting principle to the fullest extent possible.

Each of Varsity Tutors’ accounting tutors is highly credentialed and has made it through a rigorous selection process to ensure not only that they are accounting experts, but also that they are skilled at explaining accounting concepts carefully, enthusiastically, and in ways that make sense to their students. Your accounting tutor will be be selected to meet your individual accounting needs; this tutor will be able to schedule accounting tutoring sessions when and where it is most convenient for you and will be able to provide you with support, explanations, and guidance.

Stop languishing in accounting and start succeeding today! Call Varsity Tutors so that you can begin accounting tutoring throughout the DC metro area.

Our brilliant tutors make sure you understand the fundamentals of accounting: cash flow statements, balance sheets, depreciation, FIFO, LIFO, and many other concepts. We can also help you prepare for the CPA exam by matching you to experienced individuals. Varsity Tutors accounting tutoring in Washington DC will help you learn accounting through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant finance, accounting, business, and other experienced people available to help you ace even the most difficult accounting course.

Whether you are looking for help with specific cccounting problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced accounting tutor from Varsity Tutors in Washington DC is here to teach you how to succeed. Our tutors can walk you through fundamental equations, Excel spreadsheets, and help you gain the confidence to master accounting concepts. After talking with you about your concerns and learning goals, your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, identify your areas of confusion, and create a customized program designed to get you on the right track.

Specific areas that your tutor based in Washington DC can cover include basic, intermediate and advanced managerial and financial accounting, international accounting, internal auditing, advanced financial statement analysis, quality of earnings analysis and other advanced topics.

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