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Varsity Tutors offers GMAT tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn GMAT 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 GMAT. 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.
University Of California, Berkeley - Spanish, Interdisciplinary Studies
Nyu Stern School Of Business - Mba
Vanderbilt University - Economics
Vanderbilt University - Healthcare, Operations Management
Mit Massachusetts Institute Of Technology - Chemical And Biological Engineering
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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
1. Spanish work: The student learned a new type of verb today so the new worksheet dealt with conjugating it (let's see how he retains this) and also with the new vocabulary - all verbs of this type. 2. The student's Poetry test will be tomorrow, Tuesday, so we studied his review worksheet for it. More than a few answers were incorrect but I reviewed the correct definitions with him. 3. Capitals Challenge (50 capitals) is also tomorrow and he is mostly prepared (he stumbled on a couple), but he "feels" very competent about it. We're keeping our eyes open for science fair deadlines...
Today we worked on more of the mathematics achievement section. We went over some basic concepts like plugging in for variables, percentages and word problems and did practice sets for each concept.
I am working with the student to work on her online high school course in Algebra 1. We went over her homework for the week and worked on how to translate algebra into real world problems.
Went over Science and Math sections in depth again with the student. Spent some time going over what he completed, and emphasized the use of a watch to help work on timing for himself.
Topics Covered: Ratios, percentages, decimals, & differences Progress Achieved: The student is planning on taking an entrance exam for an LPN program. She is worried about the math portion of this exam and motivated and determined to succeed. This is the winning combination that is going to get her that passing grade. She was prepared with review sheets and practice problems; a true sign she means business. We went through some of this material and made arrangements to meet 2 more times before her exam. Emphasis was placed on practice. We established a game plan moving forward, using her study guides as the catalyst. I am certain she will succeed in her efforts.
The student and I started by going over his homework from last week. We then made five more flashcards with new vocabulary words. For the verbal section of the exam, we covered "weird analogies" and judging "side of the fence" analogies. We then briefly went over the types of passages and questions in the reading section, and finished up our session by practicing all analogy techniques.
We did the last study session for the US History exam, focusing on how to approach the essays in terms of structure and content. I think the student is well prepared for her exam.
The student but she did a very good job. We talked about rates and average rates in math, and worked on some more challenging critical reading passages.
The student began by showing me a recent quiz, and we corrected his mistakes using the whiteboard in a classroom (which was thankfully unlocked!). We used his teacher's syllabus and my textbook to practice more problems, as his class has moved from learning about lines to starting inequalities. The spring break for his school begins at the end of this week, but we'll be meeting next week to review his Spring Break packet.
The student and I went over his chemistry homework on acids and bases in neutralizing reactions. He seems to struggle most with balancing equations. He also sometimes skips questions. We then looked through his physics packet and went over Ohm's law and some simple circuits involving resistors.
The student and I spent the session studying for her upcoming astronomy test. First, she had to connect words starting with A to Z to the content of her chapter. I encouraged her to choose definitions that she was less familiar with. As we went through the individual words, I quizzed her on related concepts, connecting the dots between the ideas.
We started the session off by going over vocabulary that was in the student's text book related to a soccer game. He made flash cards for the words that he didn't know. He then completed his homework in his workbook. Next, I went over a previous test with him in regards to describing length of time. Next, I presented to him the differences between ser and estar and when to use them. He completed 3 worksheets that I created on this topic. We also reviewed the past participle in the present tense and then he completed a worksheet on it. Way to go!
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Intensive 4 and 6 Week GMAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week GMAT prep programs for business school candidates aiming for a top score on the GMAT. Our programs meet 3 times per week for 2 hours per day for either 4 or 6 weeks. If you are unable to attend all 6 weeks, you may take the abridged 4 week course. We can help you achieve an exceptional score and significantly improve your chances of admission to top-ranked business schools. Our GMAT tutors in Washington DC thoroughly’ assess your strengths and weaknesses, provide test-taking coaching, and equip you with the subject knowledge for total confidence.
Your hand-picked, highly credentialed Varsity Tutor is dedicated to ensuring that you stay on schedule and make steady progress towards your GMAT score goals. Your private GMAT tutor will provide assignments between sessions and expect you to prepare for sessions so that the 4 to 6 week GMAT program results significant improvements that lead to top GMAT scores. If you are seeking a more flexible program that meets less frequently, you can consider a customized program that may be a better fit with your schedule (see below).
Customized GMAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides fully customized Washington DC GMAT prep programs tailored to your needs and varying schedules. Our talented private GMAT tutors meet individually with you in your home, or another location of your choice and sessions are scheduled to fit your busy life. We realize that many GMAT test-takers are part-time students, full-time students, or currently working full-time. Our Directors provide free consultations in which you’ll learn how our hand-picked, highly credentialed tutors can help you achieve your test goals around your busy schedule. Call us today and our Directors will discuss your goals, schedule, and specific needs, and create a customized plan that meets your timeline. Our directors will assist you in assessing previous GMAT scores, target business schools and discuss how to maximize your chance at admission into a top program.
How does Varsity Tutors help you prepare for the GMAT?
If you’ve already decided to take the GMAT, you know that preparing for an aptitude test is a large investment of time, energy, and money. It also can be a great deal of pressure, as the stakes are high, you have limited time, and you may be anxious about what to expect. Naturally, you’re eager to ensure that your test preparation efforts are as focused and effective as possible. Our Washington DC GMAT tutors will make sure you minimize wasted time and stay on track to achieve meaningful progress.
While you may know that preparing for the GMAT isn’t simply a matter of rote memorization and drills, that doesn’t really give you an idea of how to prepare. Simply taking GMAT practice exams may not be enough, as the test covers a wide range of skills—verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing—and you may need refreshers in certain subjects, as well as a means of identifying and addressing your weak areas. We can help.
Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, for an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses, for GMAT study strategies or insights into the material, or simply for a coach to keep you motivated, reassured, and on track, one of our experienced Washington DC GMAT tutors is available to help. Your GMAT tutor will direct your intensive or customized program, monitor your progress with practice exams, offer helpful feedback and test-taking tips, and provide fast, reliable answers to your questions. Our GMAT tutors in Washington DC are able to guide you through all sections of the GMAT: Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative, Verbal, and Integrated Reasoning.
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