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Varsity Tutors offers German tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn German 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 German Tutors

The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn German. 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 many other top programs.

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Undergraduate Degree:
Harvard - Political Science

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Undergraduate Degree:
Denison University - German, History

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Undergraduate Degree:
Princeton University - History

Graduate Degree:
Harvard University - History

How we help you master: German


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


Your German 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

Congratulations to the student for the 90 she made on her final!  That's excellent.  Today the student and I went over chapter 13 as well as her homework for chapter 13, and we reviewed chapter 14.

We reviewed for the student's test tomorrow on Lesson 3.3. She is very comfortable with these topics and should do well tomorrow. We then worked on some of her new prep book problems on geometry topics. We worked mostly on similar shapes and translations. She did very well. Today was our last day. It's been fun -- best of luck!

Today we went back over a previous test and quiz that she took. We corrected the problems she missed and worked through the ones that she guessed on. The material covered: radicals, Pythagorean theorem, medians in triangles, incenters, circumcenters, centroids, using the midpoint formula, ratios, and other complex triangle problems. I think she now has a better understanding of the material and could do most of it on her own if she came across it in the future.

The student and I reviewed for her exam tomorrow (anti-derivatives, integrals, etc.).  She understands the material in general, but I feel like she needs to practice a bit more on her own so that she will be more proficient.

Concavity, graphing function from its derivatives, first derivative to study increasing or decreasing function. Student was able to explain the concepts learned and answer challenging questions.  

Today we reviewed for an upcoming test. We discussed problems involving the centroid, circumcenter, and height of a triangle. We also reviewed trigonometric functions in their simplest forms.

We talked about plant reproduction, including mosses, ferns, conifers, and flowering plants. We also discussed upcoming plans for how to modify the tutoring (mini-quizzes, easing test anxiety, etc.) to maximize the effect of the sessions and see better results in her grades.

In this session, we went over limiting reagents. The student had a good grasp on the concept but was struggling a bit when she was trying to solve the associated problems. We worked through some homework problems. By the last problem, she was solving the different stages without my guidance and very comfortably. She also showed me a quiz that covered the material we went over in the last session (stoichiometry/moles), where she received a 14/15. Her only mistake was reversing two numbers. We also went over a lab report that she was assigned. She had done poorly on these in the past. We went over how to phrase answers that her teacher asked and how to set up the report to the teacher's guidelines. I also guided her on how to think about the results she found in her lab and how to present them in the report.

Today the students had to do short answer responses for "Game On." They had to identify strong textual evidence and set up their responses correctly using the RACE setup. After reading through the passage aloud, the scholars wrote strong responses with minimal errors. We went over terminology they weren't familiar with such as tendinitis, tendon, and ligament. I made sure they took their time and understood what they were reading.

We prepared for the student's test: reviewed the passe compose, conjugations, expressions using faire. We also worked our way through the transcript of a listening exercise. The student pays great attention to detail and is obviously working hard in learning a new language.

During yesterday's session, we completed a homework problem and briefly looked over the material on Friday's quiz. The homework assignment was an AP exam problem that covered finding the area between two curves. One part of the problem was using the area as the base of a solid with square cross sections, and finding the volume of that solid. He has made progress in this topic. He is now able to set up the integral needed to solve these types of problems.

Today was my second to last session with the student. We began by reviewing homework, as usual. Her latest practice test was her highest scoring one yet! She improved both math and reading, and pretty much maintained her writing score. She seems comfortable with all of the material and has very few problematic sections. Come test day, I think the main question will be maintaining focus and time management. She said that all the practice tests and reviews have been very helpful for her. After our practice test review, we put together a note card to help her review for math. On Thursday, we will go over her last three sections, finish making our notecards, and talk about last minute questions and strategies for test day.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you learn German?

Are you completing a German class, hoping to improve your language skills, or preparing for a trip? Varsity Tutors German tutors can help you with any aspect of the language, from the most basic to advanced. Across the DC metro area, from Maryland to northern Virginia, our tutors in have demonstrated expert knowledge in the language, are fluent or native speakers, and have shown exceptional teaching and German tutoring skills. A skilled tutor can review vocabulary and grammar, as well as increase your confidence in speaking and hearing the language by providing a sympathetic conversation partner. Our one-on-one sessions occur on your schedule at a location of your choosing for maximum convenience.

Learning a foreign language can be challenging: you must memorize grammar rules, remember key vocabulary, and understand the spoken or written language. Ultimately, language is a social activity: German tutoring can improve your recall and your ability to speak with others—and it can help you earn a better grade in class. Our tutors in all over the United States can develop an individualized learning plan to ensure sessions are conducted at your pace. Call our directors today to start or continue your journey with our excellent tutors in German tutoring in and around Washington DC.

Varsity Tutors offers German tutoring in Washington DC and our tutors are enthusiastic and brilliant, and can make your studies in German as efficient as they are fun! The German language is one of the most widely spoken languages in Europe (with more people in Europe speaking it as their native language than any other), and it has a tremendous influence in Europe and abroad. Studying German with a Varsity Tutors German tutor will enable you to communicate with millions of native speakers abroad, as well as those who live and work in the U.S.

A Varsity Tutors tutor is more than just someone who can correct your German spelling mistakes. He/she can also provide feedback regarding your writing, and hold mock dialogue sessions with you. Having a live Varsity Tutors tutor means that you can practice with a real person fluent in German, something language-learning software could never provide. Your German tutor from Varsity Tutors can help you make the most of your time, allowing you to jump-start your studies and get excited about speaking German!

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