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Finance Tutoring in Washington DC
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Varsity Tutors offers Finance tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn Finance through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
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We have certified tutors near you ideally qualified to help you with Finance. The tutors hail from colleges like 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.
Columbia University - Computer Science
Oberlin College - Physics, Math
University Of Rochester - Physics
University Of Washington - Computer Science
London School Of Economics - Economics
How we help you master: Finance
TARGETING FINANCE AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Our educational director will build your personal Finance learning profile, including strengths and weaknesses.
IDENTIFYING INSTRUCTIONAL PRIORITIES
Your Finance tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the material, and identify areas for improvement.
We will design a custom-made program to get you on track to meet and exceed your goals.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
The student and I went over mostly geography because he has a test coming up. We reviewed chapters 12 and 13 from his textbook, as well as went over the review that his teacher gave him to look over. We reviewed such concepts as the Reformation, the Bubonic Plague, geographical landmarks of Europe, etc. We also touched briefly on the process of meiosis for biology.
Today we worked on studying for the upcoming Oceanography exam, and talked about what he is going to write his project proposal on for this class. He seems to be grasping the information more, and we went through the practice exam relatively quickly.
We worked through an assignment covering the distance and midpoint formulas and the beginning of conic sections, including basics of parabolas, circles, and ellipses. After completing the last few problems of this lesson, the student will be eligible to request two tests instead of just one, so I have advised him to do so. We will meet again Tuesday to keep him going on the lessons.
The student has a test on Tuesday on the trig topics they've learned thus far. We spent the full time working through a review packet.
Today we covered the Central Limit Theorem. The student provided his scores/grades to note progress. We also worked through example problems provided in the book he has.
The student has a retake test coming up so we just reviewed for that. We went over simplifications of various expressions, some were fractions, and some contained multiple terms. We talked about how multiplied exponents add while exponents raised to a power multiply. We went over the ways to cancel out the imaginary component i by noting i^2 = -1 and i^4=1. We went over negative exponents and how to flip them over from the numerator to the denominator or from the denominator to the numerator in order to get rid of the negative power.
The students had a math review packet today. It mainly focused on multiplication and division problems. They had to complete number sentences, create a number sentence from both diagrams and word problems, identify the pattern, and show all their corresponding work.
We reviewed the student's classwork on finding the area and perimeter of triangles and quadrilaterals. I have asked her to bring her math test in next Monday, as well as exchanged emails with her mother to coordinate and make sure she has her assignments and classwork ready to go over for our sessions.
Today we went over solving systems of equations using the addition and substitution methods, which the student easily understood how to do. This section is a lot easier than the last one, so hopefully this test will be better than the last. He received a 69 on his most recent test. He missed several points because he did not describe the shape he was graphing, although he did do all the math correctly, which is something we did not really cover in our sessions. I think with continued work and understanding what the teacher requires on the tests, he should pass the class and be able to graduate.
Today, we started by reviewing the student's goals and progress. He completed his planner which was a great improvement, but unfortunately, filled out the wrong day in April. Consequently, he followed the plan and went through a series of exercises (push-ups & sit-ups) which hopefully will remind him throughout the day of his goals. Hopefully, Thursday will be better. He also worked on math homework converting temperatures. He was considerably quicker going through his work this time although still slower than I would like him to be. We also reviewed vocabulary for his upcoming test, and he read over chapter 18 in his history book for his upcoming test.
We spent a lot of time working through a very difficult Critical Reading passage. The student did pretty well, and I think she learned a lot about how to approach these questions even with the ones that she got wrong. Then some Sentence Completions, with focus on understanding the logic behind them, and some Improving Sentences and Sentence Errors. We were able to cover several important grammar and logic points. Overall, we're making good progress.
We covered related WWII topics: the Japanese home front and meetings between the Big Three. I didn't see any scores, but he did say that since we have been working together his test grades have come up by about 20 percent. The student and I worked on finding main ideas within paragraphs and learning how to condense answers down. I came back the next day to continue studying with him for an upcoming test. I have no concerns.
How can a Varsity Tutors instructor help you make sense of Finance through tutoring?
Understanding finance is crucial to numerous careers in the business world, as well as outside of it. If you’re finding it more and more difficult to keep up with your finance course and wish that someone who’s aced the course before could just explain certain concepts to you, you should look into getting a finance tutor. Varsity Tutors offers finance tutoring all around the Washington DC area that is completely personalized and can help you go from suffering through your finance course to actually enjoying it.
No matter what part of your Finance class you’re struggling with, your Varsity Tutors’ finance tutor can explain financial topics in a way that makes sense to you. Your tutor can structure lesson plans around the topics you want to work on, and there’s no need to rush, as you can spend as long as it takes on a particular topic for you to understand it. Finance tutoring is also convenient: your tutor can travel to your home or another location convenient to you at a time of your choosing. All of Varsity Tutors’ finance tutors have been certified to not only understand complex financial concepts, but to be able to explain them well.
No matter what level finance class you’re in, if you’re having a hard time with the material, call Varsity Tutors. We can get you started with superb finance tutoring in throughout Washington DC area, including Virginia and Maryland, and we can help you get on the fast track to academic success in your finance course.
We’ll help you learn Finance through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own Washington DC-area 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 finance course.
Fundamental concepts such as ‘cash flow’ and ‘net present value’ can be confusing to many students. And, while they might get the answers ‘right’ at the beginning through simple repetition, it’s difficult for them to progress in Finance unless they truly understand what these key concepts mean. Specific topics we can cover include everything from CAPM and WACC to the efficient market hypothesis and the optimal portfolio to annuities and international finance. Having trouble with a fixed income course? No problem. Need help understanding advanced valuation techniques? Our brilliant, patient finance tutors in Washington DC can help.
Whether you’re looking for help with specific Finance problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced Finance tutor in Washington DC from Varsity Tutors is here to teach you how to succeed. Our tutors in Washington DC can walk you through fundamental equations, Excel spreadsheets, and help you gain the confidence to master financial models. 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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