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Geometry Tutoring in Washington DC
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Varsity Tutors offers Geometry tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn Geometry 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 Geometry. 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 additional high-caliber institutions.
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Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering
George Washington University - Structural Engineering
University Of Oregon - Mathematics
How we help you master: Geometry
TARGETING GEOMETRY AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
You will have learning objectives mapped out by our educational director based on your specific academic needs.
EVALUATING STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
Your skills and progress will be assessed by your Geometry tutor to help shape and define your lesson plan.
INDIVIDUALIZED LESSON PLANS
We will create a unique curriculum that will help you master your objectives.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Today was my first meeting with the student since the beginning of school. She is doing very well in her studies, and we covered a basis for Geometry and Chemistry. We will be meeting again on Sunday to cover more topics. She has a renewed value of and attitude for school, which was really cool to see. I think she will do much better this semester/year in school.
Reviewed, in depth, two sections of uniform circular motion chapter, learned concepts of third section, and worked practice problems. Discussed study plan for mini-test as well as general studying for eventual final exam.
Today the student did a good job. He worked on a math worksheet dealing with multiplying triple digit numbers. He did very good in that. Also he had to write sentences about his language arts vocabulary words and he had to explain in two or more sentences about how to inform, entertain, and persuade people about whatever he likes. He also had to finish some homework from yesterday that he hadn't told me about. Also he had to read for 20 min.
Long division, review from last year. The student did a great job with long division! She knows exactly what to do.
The student got a 94 on his most recent math test and has another test tomorrow which is comprised half of the trigonometric material from the prior test and half of the new trigonometric material. We went over a packet comprised of problems that tested his ability to apply the sine and cosine rules to various, non-right triangles. We also went over some physics problems relating plots of displacement, velocity, and acceleration to time, and how each one is related via differentiation/integration. We also touched a little bit on power.
We spent the majority of the time going over the reading section of the ACT prep book. I had her read all the passages and then interpret them to me in order to make sure she understood what she was reading. She averaged 8/10 correct which is a good improvement over the previous times. I told her to practice her speed reading so that she has more time to work on her questions.
For History, we completed a worksheet for ch 13, sec 3, using both the book and his notes ("Farmers and the Populist Movement). For Spanish, we created a "Fakebook" page for a fictional character from the Spanish Civil War. We used online resources to create this character, along with his wife and four additional online friends. We followed the rubric to complete all required actions, and found images for each character online. We used internet resources to create comments based on historical events surrounding the war.
Today we covered important protists to know and began plants. We went over vascular/non vascular, alternation of generations, and development of seeds. There is a ton of information and vocabulary words, so we just need to work on keeping information organized. I think the best way to accomplish this would be to take notes on each topic and write down important bullet points underneath the sections. The student also did a couple practice problems in preparation for the quiz on Friday.
Today we test the student on decimal operations and rounding as well as work on her vocabulary. For math, she has a good handle on decimal operations. She is able to complete these using standard algorithms, and makes few mistakes when doing so.
The student and I reviewed for his science test as well as his science finals that are coming up in a couple weeks. We covered Forces, Newton's laws of motion and various concepts about the topic. We also went over work (energy) and Power. The session went well and he is showing great progress.
His curriculum has him completing packets of material that correspond to each six weeks. He had already begun an algebra packet, but had some questions on past material that he had forgotten, specifically composition functions, domain, and range. We reviewed these topics, and he was able to complete his packet. We then began to look over the Chemistry packet. We discussed the method for this with binary ionic compounds (simply make the second ion end in -ide). After this, I showed him a copy of a polyatomic ion chart from which to draw names and charges in order to name and identify chemical formulas for each element.
At this session, the student and I reviewed the material from Chapter 11 which included intermolecular forces (ionic, hydrogen, dipole-dipole, and London dispersion forces), boiling/freezing points, phase diagrams, etc. He has a test covering this material tomorrow, so we first went over his review guide and then worked on problems in the book. At the end, he felt confident that he knew the material. I asked that he briefly look over a few sections (Gibb's free energy, specifically) prior to his test.
How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you learn Geometry?
Whether you are completing a high school course, readying for an exit exam, or preparing for a placement test, a geometry tutor from Varsity Tutors can be there every step of the way. An outstanding geometry tutor can teach you strategies to take effective notes and excel on exams, as well as identify your specific strengths and weaknesses. In fact, an individualized study plan and one-on-one support is often the best approach to mastering a subject such as geometry.
Geometry tutoring from Varsity Tutors ensures that you receive an experience tailored to your individual needs. Our matching process pairs you with the perfect tutor to meet your academic and scheduling preferences. We even offer geometry tutoring online if you are located far the DC metro area. From calculator guides to triangle shortcuts to additional AP test resources, our tutors are ready to assist you on your geometry journey.
Varsity Tutors offers geometry tutoring in Washington DC. We’ll help you learn geometry through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant tutors with strong math backgrounds available to help you ace your geometry course.
While mastering Geometry is essential for moving on to more advanced math courses and the SAT & ACT, you may be finding it to be a challenging subject, especially if you’re trying to master it on your own. Fundamental concepts in geometry 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 more advanced math courses unless they truly understand what these key concepts mean.
Whether you’re looking for help with specific geometry problems or struggling with the subject in general, an experienced geometry 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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