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Geometry Tutoring in Washington DC

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Experience Geometry tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. Top tutors will 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 can help you connect with Geometry tutors near you who are ideally qualified to help you. 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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Undergraduate Degree:
The George Washington University - International Affairs And History

Graduate Degree:
Notre Dame Of Maryland University - Education And Leadership

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Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Virginia - English

Graduate Degree:
American University - Teaching, Concentration In Mathematics

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Undergraduate Degree:
Virginia Tech - Psychology

Graduate Degree:
Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Interactive Media And Game Development

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

We worked on the student's Geometry homework over mid segments and similar/congruent triangles, and she did very well. She also completed a take-home Geometry quiz without my help. I quizzed her on Vocabulary Workshop words, as she has an in-class quiz on them tomorrow (Monday). We talked about her upcoming World History test (she said she was very comfortable with the material) and Chemistry test (she had not received her review packet).

We worked on his geometry project involving various aspects of geometry shapes, lines, angles, and other concepts. We finished out his session studying for his chemistry exam over matter and scientific notation.

The student and I worked through some intro-geometry as well as the beginning of angles. Most of her homework consists of solving for a particular angle using algebra. Her math skills are getting stronger and she is becoming more comfortable with the subject, though there is plenty of room for improvement.

Explained the following concepts: parallel Lines, different types of angles, supplementary angles, corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, same side interior and exterior angles. Assigned problem-solving homework.

Today we reviewed material in preparation for the student's midterm next week. We went over the intersection of a parabola and line, completing the square, and imaginary numbers. He remembered how to solve the majority of the problems and only needed in-depth explanation for one problem. His algebra abilities are good, and he is making fewer calculation errors.

We classified triangles by side length and angle measure. We also worked on her homework assignment, which involved finding angle measures and labeling triangles with regard to sides and angles. The student has strong algebra skills. She showed great improvement on her most recent test.

The first student and I went through her homework for the section on dividing polynomials. She seemed comfortable with the subject. The second student and I went over ways of writing proofs. He needs to be a little more detail oriented, but he understands all the concepts.

The student and I worked through triangle similarity and the proofs he eventually will have to write on the topic. He seemed to understand everything. His progress report came back better than expected, and his parents were happy. We'll continue to work on his geometry homework and chemistry problems as they come in.

The student and I went over the review packet for Chapter 2. This chapter included: inductive reasoning, properties, proofs, and patterns. In addition, we went through the chapter test review from his textbook. I advised him to go over more similar problems before the exam on Thursday. He seemed to understand the material and should have it mastered with more practice.

The student and his family shared his grades during the first half of the quarter when I arrived today - he is becoming significantly more successful at school, now holding 4 A's and 4 B's, in contrast with the C's and D's he was making last year. He seems more motivated to study and do well in school as a result. We then reviewed lines, planes, segments, and how to find the value of unknown variables from complementary angles in preparation for his geometry test on Friday. Additionally, we completed an online tutorial on DNA assigned by his biology class.

This session we worked on homework. We looked at proving several geometric conjectures using a two column proof. The exercises only asked for the right side justification but we did a few that involved both so that he could get practice writing the statements as well. During this session we also looked at writing algebraic expressions in order to find the measure of certain angles given a relationship between the angles.

The student and I worked on her homework for the evening: proofs involving angles. She seemed to do well with only a little extra guidance. I suggested that she write the different postulates, properties and theorems on note cards for easier memorizing. The goal is for them to be ingrained in her mind so that when she looks at a proof, she can recognize the steps on her own instead of having someone guide her through the problem. She did a super job on the calculations!

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