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ISEE Tutoring in Washington DC

Customized private in-home and online tutoring

Varsity Tutors offers ISEE tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you master the ISEE 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 ISEE Tutors

The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn ISEE. 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 other leading schools.

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Elizabeth

Undergraduate Degree:
Harvard University - Studies Of Women, Gender, And Sexuality

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Chris

Undergraduate Degree:
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Biochemistry

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Emma

Undergraduate Degree:
New York University - Economics

How we help you master: ISEE Prep

IDENTIFYING ISEE PREP GOALS

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

EVALUATING STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES

Your tutor will evaluate your current abilities, with an eye toward places where you can improve in ISEE.

INDIVIDUALIZED CURRICULUM

You will surpass your learning goals with our personalized education program.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

After brief review of specific concepts from the sections, the student took a timed posttest of this placement test portion. Combining these scores from last session's yielded a composite of 31, which the student was happy with. I'm very optimistic about her performance on the test--the knowledge is there.

The student is taking the MCAT on Sept 6.  She took the DAT earlier this summer, so we are focusing on physics because it's not on the DAT.  It's going to be a lot of hours in a short period of time, but I think we can do it.

We worked on vocabulary extensively, including covering strategies to help the student memorize these difficult words. We also began with math, primarily covering strategies that enable him to eliminate impossible answers.

The student is a good student and works very well with me. I want to give him a full diagnostic to ensure that he is able to stick with the material for the full 75 minutes.

The student and I went over his homework over a new topic he was learning, vectors. We worked on adding vectors, finding magnitude, and directional angles with vectors.

The student's homework on CH-02, "matter and energy", in textbook. She made progress and seemed to understand the concepts. She scored very high on last homework set. No concerns.

Worked in classroom during the lesson with the teacher and other classmates. I was assigned to specific students to support one-on-one to help keep up with the rest of the class. We focused on word problems, and geometric equations. With the extra support my students were able to keep up and better stay on task. After math we worked on reading comprehension, specifically short answer questions.

We covered a series of review questions for her final exam. This was very instrumental in getting the student focused on the upcoming test and the quiz and case study that precedes it. We thoroughly went over about a dozen in-depth questions on musculature, bones, and physiology of deglutition (swallowing); mastication (chewing); and certain laws of physics that relate to speech including Boyle's law and the Bernoulli principle.

We covered factoring polynomials and solving quadratic equations today. We also worked on sample problems from class. We then worked on factoring, as that is used in division and a subject that the student specifically requested. I left him with a few additional problems to work on.

This evening the student and I continued to review for the exam in history. We started the session discussing any areas of concern that the student had. The only area she identified was the amendments to the Constitution, specifically some of the latter ones. We discussed those and she felt much better. We also worked on some general social studies skills (charts/graphs, reading comprehension, etc.) through study island. She did well with those earning passing scores on all of the mini-quizzes. I think the student will do well on the test and I know she will be happy when it is over!

During this session, the student and I reviewed centrifugal inertia and began working on her AP practice test problems. I assigned her to work on the rest of the problems and devised a study schedule prior to her test.

This is the last session for the student, because the exam is tomorrow afternoon. We reviewed a number of mechanics problems and struggled around with various versions of the right hand rule. He is well qualified for the exam; he has studied a prep book and should be in good position to make a 4 or 5.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master the ISEE?

The Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) can represent a complicated moment in your  child’s academic upbringing. Which level should you register for? How soon should you begin to study? Varsity Tutors in offers individualized ISEE tutoring across the Washington DC area, including northern Virginia and Maryland, to help you answer the many questions you may have.

Our qualified ISEE tutors are also mentors. We guide you and your family through the process of applying to independent schools with one-on-one sessions in your home or online, according to your schedule. ISEE tutoring guides potential test-takers with a review regimen tailored to their specific learning style and proficiencies, with tutors selected to match their personality types. The relationship between student and tutor is crucial, and our educational directors work diligently to create a harmonious test-prep environment that is as free from stress as possible.

We’ll help you prepare for the ISEE through one-on-one tutoring at your home in the comfort of your own DC-area home or another location of your choice. Tutoring from our brilliant, friendly tutors can significantly improve the likelihood of getting into your private school of choice.

If you’re preparing for the Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE), you may be feeling some pressure. You know that the ISEE is meant to be a challenging test that covers a wide variety of skills and subjects, including reading comprehension, mathematical and reasoning skills, and essay-writing. You also know that your performance on the test may have consequences for your future, as your score may affect whether or not you get into the private school of your choice. What you may not know, however, is what you should do to prepare.

If you’re worried that you’re not prepared for the ISEE, or that your score might reflect more of your test anxiety than your actual potential, an ISEE tutor from Varsity Tutors is here to help. As someone who has excelled on the ISEE, your specialized ISEE tutor has the knowledge and experience to help you master the material, prepare for the test, and handle the pressure. Your customized tutoring program will begin with a practice test to assess your strengths and weaknesses, then quickly develop to address your trouble areas while also covering key concepts necessary for the test. Along the way, your tutor will familiarize you with the test format itself, share the latest ISEE test-taking tips, and teach you the most efficient strategies for studying for the ISEE on your own. With the benefit of regular practice exams, careful monitoring, and quick, reliable answers to your questions, you’ll gradually see your practice scores improve, your questions disappear, and your confidence grow, putting you in the best possible position on test day to achieve your personal best. In the end, you’ll come to see your ISEE tutor as a friendly and supportive guide, as someone capable of making your test preparation efforts both efficient and enjoyable, but also as a friend who can calm your last-minute test anxieties.

Call Varsity Tutors today to find out more about our specialized private ISEE tutoring services in Washington DC.

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