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Calculus Tutoring in Washington DC

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

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Selected Washington DC Calculus Tutors

The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn Calculus. 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 other nationally recognized programs.

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Rice University - Mathematical Economic Analysis

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Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering

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George Washington University - Structural Engineering

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Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Oregon - Mathematics

How we help you master: Calculus


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


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


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

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student  and I had a session to prepare for his test on graphing, systems of equations and maximization.  He seemed to already have a pretty good grip on the material when I arrived, and after working through his review, I feel as though he was very well prepared for his test.  I gave him a few tips as well, to help prevent minor errors.  I also created a few additional practice problems for him to do after I left.  I feel as though  the student  should do very well on the upcoming test.

We met and studied Biology as the student had a test on Wednesday. We covered the respiratory system including the apparatus involved, the mechanism of breathing, CO2 in the blood and Respiration. He seemed to have studied before the session as he was able to answer all of my questions. He also stated that his Chemistry teacher pulled him aside to tell him that he did much better on his test than he has ever done.

The student and I went over strategy for verbal and writing. We also went over reproductive physiology, respiratory physiology and musculoskeletal physiology. He's doing fantastic and should be more than ready for his test on September 11.

We reviewed the science section and the student has shown much improvement. His timing and accuracy are very strong.

We went through each review problem, but this time with different tweaking of the variables. If he reviews each problem and practices them a bit, he should be good to go for the test.

We focused on percentages and decimals. We need to work on strategies to stay calm on test day the next time we meet. She's going to do some data analysis problems for hw.

As always, he picked up what we were doing for the time I was with him, but he seemed to struggle with retaining what we had gone over previously. He began understanding angle, side relations for quadrilaterals better in this session. The parts we used from triangles still aren't sticking with him the way I hoped, but with more review I think he should remember.

The student and I worked on math today. He is working on patterns in math sequences and determining which numbers come next in a sequence and the rules of the pattern. We will continue in the future to work on math skills that he brings home from school. He is a very strong math student!

We covered hypothesis testing, including how to recognize and write hypotheses, run a z-test, and interpret results. The material seemed familiar to the student and going over when to use each method seemed to help her. She has a test on Thursday and has some more review problems to cover, but she should be able to refer to what we've done so far to get through it.

Today we covered food webs and briefly touched on different types of graphs relating to natural selection and trait movement through different species. We also covered different ways to find the surface area for different kinds of prisms. The student showed me her grades in both of her classes, so that we know where we are starting from. She should just practice on breaking apart prisms in order to find the surface area. She is a great kid, so no concerns thus far from my side.

First, we worked on the new lesson on consonant blends in his spelling workbook. That went well. Next, we did a sorting game on syllables. He did well on that, although he still needs frequent practice in discerning sounds that differentiate separate syllables in a word. For reading comprehension, we did an exercise on an article/story called "Field Day Champions." He worked hard and cross-checked himself several times, but in the end had all the questions correct. To end the session, we read Chapter 2 in his new Tree House series book. For homework, I asked him to write two good sentences that told me what happened in Chapter 2 and to use some of the words from his spelling lesson. His interactions during the session were typical of the student--positive and energetic.

The student and I went over several worksheets that she has to finish before the end of the week when she will have possibly another test. Right now they are working on probability, regression, equations, determinants, matrices and review. We got through a few sheets and will continue next session to prepare for finals.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you learn Calculus?

In many ways, calculus is the culmination of all a student's prior studies in mathematics. It requires a thorough understanding of both algebra and geometry, but also incorporates a degree of abstract thinking in its dealings with concepts such as derivatives and integrals. At its most basic, calculus is the study of change, but as any student of calculus will tell you, it can get very complex, very quickly. Even students who breezed through algebra and geometry may find themselves struggling to grasp the intricacies of calculus. For those feeling overwhelmed by the complexities of the subject, calculus tutoring may be the perfect answer.

Varsity Tutors can match you with an experienced calculus tutor in the DC area to guide you through the most difficult-to-understand calculus concepts at a pace that works for you. Your tutor will meet you at a location that's convenient for you and on a schedule that works around your academic and personal life. Private calculus tutoring allows you to dictate the pace of your lessons, and cover only the concepts you need. Studying for the AP test? Just need help for an upcoming exam? Personalized calculus tutoring means you get the help you need, no matter what your end goal may be. Call us today and let Varsity Tutors match you with an exceptional calculus tutor who can truly help you excel!

Varsity Tutors offers calculus tutoring in Washington DC. We’ll help you learn Calculus through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant math, advanced engineering, and graduate-level physics majors and other mathematically gifted people available to help you ace even the most difficult differential calculus course.

While mastering calculus is essential for moving on to more advanced college courses in math and science, you may be finding it to be a challenging subject, especially if you’re trying to master it on your own. Fundamental concepts such as ‘derivatives’ and ‘integrals’ can seem counter-intuitive to most students. And, while they might get the answers ‘right’ at the beginning through simple repetition, it’s difficult for them to progress in Calculus unless they truly understand what these key concepts mean.

Whether you’re looking for help with specific calculus problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced Calculus tutor from Varsity Tutors is here to teach you how to succeed. 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 back on track.

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