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These highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you prepare for and master the 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.
Loyola University Maryland - Political Science, Spanish (Double Major)
Columbus School Of Law, Catholic University Of America - Law
Macalester College - Geography
University Of Minnesota Twin Cities - Geography
Hampden Sydney College - French, Foreign Affairs, Humanities
University Of Virginia - Foreign Affairs
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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.
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Your tutor will evaluate your current abilities, with an eye toward places where you can improve in ISEE.
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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
We went over the math content areas identified as needing improvement through her homework in the practice drill section, as well as reviewing her work on a full practice section. The student has strong mastery of the content. She performed very well on the practice section.
The student and I worked mostly on essays today. She wrote two essays and I helped her with planning, spelling, and punctuation. I also made up some questions for her to do to make sure she still remembered the math and quantitative reasoning concepts such as area, coordinates and number lines.
We reviewed some Math concepts she had trouble with last time, probability, and finding the mean. Then we worked together on the Math practice test in the book. She found some of the problems to be a little tricky so we worked them out together. Next we did a few Reading Comprehension passages in the book. She did very well and got all the answers right. Then I reviewed the vocabulary we worked on last time and introduced some new words. Finally we talked about attention grabbers in essay writing, and we worked on one together.
I began our session first with some questions for the student about her strengths and weaknesses. Then with a diagnostic test for the verbal section. We focused on strategies for sentence completions and synonyms.
This was our first session back from break and we discussed the math questions he missed on the practice test he took the first meeting. While reviewing the solutions to the questions, I talked over some of the strategies he could use to approach other math problems on the test. Then I took him through some of the strategies for the synonyms including "word arithmetic" of using prefix/suffix/root word meanings to discover a word definition. He did a practice set in the book and we reviewed his answers. Lastly, we reviewed the strategies for the sentence completion section and he did a practice set for that as well. I generated a word list for him and will create a review for him to do to remember the words he learned. He seemed to be a bit more engaged with the material this time.
This was another great session with the student. She is such a hard worker and it makes sessions productive. We spent the first twenty five minutes going over essay concepts and structure, and I'm pleased to see her improving. I think she'll do well on the essay section now. We spent the rest of the session working on math concepts. She understood and remembered a lot of the concepts I presented to her. She struggled with fractions and negative numbers, so I left her with YouTube videos to help her attempt to learn them before our next session. This will save time and allow us to complete math and review all concepts before she takes the test on Saturday.
-Covered Numbers & Operations-Ratio & Proportion-How to find a ratio and how to find a proportion
-Progress on representations of ratio (3 ways) and finding missing value in proportions
-Place value and fractions begun-- will continue next session
This was our last session, as the girls are taking the test on Saturday. We started by going over the homework I gave them last session. They were to finish the sentence completion exercises from last session. The girls did all of their homework, as well as studied their note cards. We went over just a few of the sentences, then went straight into the reading section. This is the section that both girls struggle with the most. We did a few exercises and they independently completed two passages.
Since she was taking the admissions test the next day, her mom asked me to focus on math. She is showing improvement in math. We are just working on the problems methodically and focusing on a few key concepts, including converting decimals to percentages and the different ways to tackle improper fractions.
This was our last session before the student's test on Saturday, and he is doing so well! To go along with some drills, we did some timed sections. He got a perfect score on his math section and a perfect score on his reading section. He seems very relaxed and confident. After Saturday, we're going to use our remaining time for working on his application-essays.
How can a 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.
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