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Mandarin Chinese Tutoring in Washington DC

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

The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn Mandarin Chinese. 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 nationally recognized programs.



Undergraduate Degree:
Hamilton College - Chinese, Comparative Literature

Graduate Degree:
Fordham Law School - International Business Transactions



Undergraduate Degree:
Swarthmore College - Chinese



Undergraduate Degree:
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

How we help you master: Mandarin Chinese


Our educational director will build your personal Mandarin Chinese learning profile, including strengths and weaknesses.


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


We will create a unique curriculum that will help you master your objectives.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student and I did mostly Algebra today.  We did go over her Latin sentences and we looked ahead at the next chapter.  I think as we get closer to finals, there will be more to do, but an hour and a half should still be plenty of time.

Today we worked on vocabulary and verbal section. We managed to get through a few words and go through the strategy of sentence completion.

The student  wanted help with the online application and registration process for the college, so we got that done before doing some last-minute math review for the GED, which she is hopefully taking this week. We went over exponents and radicals, number theory, order of operations, and polynomials.

The student diligently completed his practice exam. He performed exceptionally well. We went over the sections he struggled with. He felt like the sections that did not go as well as hoped were where he did not apply the test taking techniques we were working on. Seeing the efficacy of the strategies we were working on was very helpful in motivating him to push through this coming week.

With Student 1, we did review work on mean, median, mode, and range. With Student 2, we finished her multiplication/division sheet and started reviewing.

The student and I went through a geometry worksheet and also worked on ear training for his music theory class. He reported that his grades have improved.

The student and I had a two-hour, final session today, and we did a cumulative review. The session was productive, and she showed she has a very good grasp of the concepts.

The student and I took several mini-practice tests together from the ACT website, talking out each question. He is writing a practice ACT essay for Wednesday that we will score together.

Today I helped the student write a composition on "The Chocolate Wars" and helped him study Western Civilization. As for the composition, I tried to help him improve his writing and sentence structure by providing him with transition words and pointing out his common grammar errors. I discussed the importance of proofreading essays, as this would really help him to improve the quality of his writing. The student has a fine time creating concise ideas. For Western Civ, I worked with him on his ability to read and summarize paragraphs. He is a hard worker and shows improvement.

The student and I worked on double slit interferometry and thin film interference. I suggested that she make sure to put figures alongside her notes for the equations we worked with and to make sure she knows what all the variables in an equation refer to.

In this session, I brought reading comprehension materials for the student to work through. We went through two short passages and answered the questions written about each one. She does well in understanding the basic principles of reading comprehension; she knows to look toward the passage to find the answers to questions. She understands the principle of sounding out words better now that she has practiced.

In this session, the student and I went through Chapter 17 in his text book that dealt with population, population density, gene flow, mutations, and other topics having to do with populations. He did well in the session.

How can a Varsity Tutors instructor help you make sense of Mandarin Chinese through tutoring?

As a spoken language that requires precise understanding of tonality, and as a difficult written language that requires patience and discipline for rote memorization, Mandarin Chinese can be one of the most difficult modern languages to learn. Unlike Romance languages, in which English speakers already have a foundation, Mandarin Chinese can, at times, appear so foreign that fluency seems all but unattainable. When the difference between “mother” and “horse” is but one easily confused tone, there isn't much room for error! Mandarin Chinese tutoring can help.

Fortunately, Varsity Tutors has experienced tutors across the Washington DC metro area, inside and outside the beltway, who can help you succeed on your journey in learning this most foreign of foreign languages. Many of our Mandarin tutors are native speakers who can clearly explain the subtleties of tonality and pronunciation. Others are former Mandarin learners who have mastered the language and have a clear understanding of exactly what it takes for an English speaker to overcome his or her sticking points. Whatever level of Mandarin Chinese tutoring you’re looking for, Varsity Tutors can pair you with a skilled tutor who will tailor a lesson plan that works for you, the individual. Call us today and let Varsity Tutors help you on your way to Mandarin fluency with some individualized Mandarin Chinese tutoring in Washington DC!

We’ll help you learn Mandarin Chinese through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. Trying to learn to speak, read, or write Mandarin Chinese without the benefit of a tutor can be a frustrating experience. For example, Mandarin Chinese is a language which depends heavily on subtleties of pronunciation and meaning. Without the benefit of feedback from someone already fluent in the language, it’s difficult to assess whether your language skills are actually progressing.

Whether you’re a current language student seeking to improve your skills or someone who’s new to the language entirely, an experienced Varsity Tutors Mandarin Chinese tutor is here to make your language-learning efforts as productive and enjoyable as possible. Your friendly Mandarin Chinese tutor will talk to you about your concerns and learning goals, assess your proficiency with the language, and quickly develop a customized study program that meets your individual needs. Most importantly, your tutor will give you the encouragement and immediate feedback you need to remain excited about your goals. Along the way, your tutor will answer questions, identify trouble areas, and serve as a partner in conversations. As you gradually begin to refine your pronunciation, enlarge your vocabulary, and polish your conversational skills, you’ll gain a deeper appreciation for Mandarin Chinese, as well as the confidence you need to take your Mandarin Chinese language skills to the next level of sophistication.

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