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LSAT Tutoring in Washington DC
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Varsity Tutors offers LSAT tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn LSAT through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
Selected Washington DC LSAT Tutors
Our outstanding tutors are available and excited to help you conquer LSAT. They have attended renowned programs 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 many other top programs.
University Of Kansas - Mathematics, Political Science
Indiana University - English; Speechwriting
University Of Cambridge - English
University Of Maryland - History
College Of William & Mary - Law
How we help you master: LSAT Prep
IDENTIFYING LSAT PREP GOALS
Your personal learning style and needs will be assessed by our educational director to ensure your key goals are met in LSAT.
IDENTIFYING INSTRUCTIONAL PRIORITIES
Your tutor will pinpoint the areas in which you excel in LSAT and the areas that require extra attention.
PERSONALLY DESIGNED LESSONS
We will create a unique curriculum that will help you master your objectives.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Today I assisted the student in practicing the admissions prep test, reviewed vocabulary in his textbook, and then gave him a spelling test. He got 14 out of 15 correct. Then we talked about astronomy, the theories of Albert Einstein, and black holes. We also discussed volcanoes. We then talked about China and the United States' relationship with the Far East. Then we spent about an hour going over a draft of his Hobbit essay.
Today we reviewed all the mathematical concepts and both students did really well. Student 1 still needs to do some work with fractions. Also, comprehension was focused on today. Student 2 has a better grasp at remembering what the readings say than student 1. Both students are improving in conduct and focusing on the tasks at hand.
This session involved writing. She was given a prompt and was to write it based on the format of an e-mail. She was given twenty minutes to write a well written e-mail with minimal mistakes. Afterwards she was to read it a out loud and correct her mistakes. After today she seems to be a little more confident about her ability in her writing.
Math & Science practice. She has an excellent grasp of Math. Her Science score can be in the high 20s if she reads each question and comprehends the charts and tables correctly.
We did a quiz on action & linking verbs, went over the student's vocabulary, and then outlined a mock essay.
I met with the student on Thursday, 3/27, from 5:30 to 7 pm as a continuation of the previous day's tutoring session. This session was a continuation of long division. For this session, I gave him a practice test of long division problems as given to him in class as well as raising the difficulty level by giving him larger numbers to divide. There was definite improvement with the easier long division problems. Overall, the student has seemed to grasp the concept of long division at a satisfactory level and will continue to incorporate his practice as we prepare for studying for his state assessment exam next week.
The student and I first started reviewing old tests that he got back over the last couple of weeks. We then started going over concepts that will be tested later in the week. One difficult concept is finding the volume of solids that are defined as the cross sections perpendicular to a region bounded by two or three curves.
Helped the student with her equation-substitution homework, played more Spaghetti to sharpen her brain, and covered more study tips/organizational skills. Student has shown fast progress--was informed by her mother today that on all her tests and quizzes last week, she received an A or a B. Student has shown an almost overnight improvement. She definitely has what it takes.
The student was just about to begin a new unit (on Africa) in World History, so we did not have a whole lot of specific material to review. Her main concern is how to perform better on tests, however, so we covered general strategies to that effect. I shared some best practices for confident performance on history tests including managing time (always allocating strategic amounts to multiple choice, short answer and essay questions) and creating clear outlines for written responses. We talked briefly about her Earth Science class as well, discussing strategies for memorizing material (using visual aids) so that she could perform better on science tests too.
He is an excellent student. We did an SAT II diagnostic test. I have no reservations that he will succeed greatly on his test. We also started on Biochemistry and next time will cover cell structure and function.
In this session we covered the four different cases of partial fraction decomposition. The student did well during the session. He understood the concepts well and was able to figure out the solution to the problem at hand. He just needs to allow himself enough time to think the problem through. Once he did that during the session, the math flowed easily.
The students needed some help preparing for their final next Tuesday. They had chapter tests from five chapters (Ch.1-Ch.5). Student 1 was very strong on this subject, so he received 100% on all his exams, but Student 2 had a few mistakes. When I asked them to do the problems again, they were both able to get the right answers.
How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master LSAT?
Intensive 4 and 6 Week LSAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week LSAT prep programs for law school candidates in Washington DC aiming to score in a top percentile on the LSAT. 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 LSAT course. We can help you achieve an exceptional LSAT score and significantly improve your chances of admission to your top-choice law school. Our LSAT tutors in Washington DC thoroughly assess your particular needs, develop an individually tailored study plan, and provide the attention and expertise that maximizes your possible score.
Your hand-picked, highly credentialed LSAT tutor in Washington DC is dedicated to keeping you on pace for continual advancements towards your LSAT goal. They will provide assignments between sessions and expect you to prepare for sessions so that the 4 to 6 week LSAT program results in meaningful, documentable improvements that lead to top 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 LSAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides fully customized LSAT prep programs tailored to your needs and varying schedules in Washington DC. Our talented private LSAT tutors provide 1-on-1 tutoring in your home or any other place of your choosing. We realize that many LSAT test-takers are part-time students, full-time students, or currently working full-time, and our tutors can provide the flexible scheduling you need. Our Washington DC 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; we will also analyze past scores and target schools to help you make an informed decision about how best to prepare for the law school admissions process. Call us today and our Directors will discuss your LSAT goals, timeline, and law school admissions tips to match you to the best LSAT tutor in Washington DC.
How does a Varsity Tutors tutor in Washington DC help you prepare for the LSAT?
If you’ve already decided to take the LSAT, you know that preparing for the law school admissions 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. Simply taking practice LSAT exams may not be enough, as the test covers a wide range of skills, and you may need refreshers in certain skillsets to build.
Fortunately, with the help of a talented Washington DC LSAT tutor from Varsity Tutors, you can take the energy you’re putting into worrying and direct it into proven strategies for success. Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, for an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses, for LSAT study strategies, or insights into the material, one of our experienced LSAT tutors is available to help. After talking to you about your experience and concerns, your LSAT tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the content, identify areas for improvement, and create a customized study program designed to help you achieve your score goal. Our LSAT tutors in Washington DC are able to boost your capabilities on the three question types: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning, as well as sharpening your Writing Sample.
As someone who knows how to excel on the LSAT, your tutor will ensure that your preparation program engages the key concepts and skills needed for success on the test. Your tutor will direct your intensive or customized LSAT test prep program, monitor your progress with practice exams, offer helpful feedback and test-taking tips, and provide fast, reliable answers to your questions. Call us today to find out more about our private LSAT tutoring services in Washington DC.
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