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Math Tutoring in Washington DC

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Experience Math tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn Math 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 Math Tutors

We have certified tutors near you ideally qualified to help you with Math. 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 additional high-caliber institutions.

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Undergraduate Degree:
Gettysburg College - Physics, Mathematics

Graduate Degree:
Loyola University - Finance

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Undergraduate Degree:
Colorado School Of Mines - Engineering Physics

Graduate Degree:
University Of Florida - Physics

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Undergraduate Degree:
College Of William And Mary - Anthropology

Graduate Degree:
Radford University - Education

How we help you master: Math


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


Your tutor will pinpoint the areas in which you excel in Math and the areas that require extra attention.


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

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student had really tough algebra homework that I was able to help him with. The hardest topic was combinations, such as: how many different 5-card hands can a person have that include exactly one ace? I taught the student the method that I use and he was able to find the correct answers.

The student and I continued working on calculating surface areas of prisms, including rectangular prisms, triangular prisms, pyramids and cylinders. She would finish homework problems and then I would check her answers, discussing any missed problems with her as needed.

The student and I worked on limits. We worked a little ahead of his class so that the upcoming week should be easier for him. Since he is doing so well on this chapter, next lesson we will focus on a cumulative review for the upcoming tests.

In this session, the student and I reviewed logarithms. We then continued to differentiate the uses of the future tense and conditional tense in Spanish.

The student and I went over his grammar homework on infinitives. We then started on his math, two-step equations.

We did a brief review of different kinds of parabolas, and how to write the equation for a parabola from information about its vertex, focus and directrix. The student then retook a quiz on parabolas and was able to replace her previous quiz grade of D with an A. This brought her cumulative grade in the class up to a 60%, which was her overall goal for the tutoring sessions.

Introduction to probability. Normal and binomial probability distributions. The student initially had some trouble distinguishing between different probability distributions and wanted to apply his Z-table to all problems, but this was straightened out by the end of the session.

The student and I worked on his current math skill homework. In school he is working on money, and so we did worksheets provided by his teacher that incorporated adding different coins and dollar bills and within that, adding tens and fives.

The student worked on problems from her Final Exam review sheet. We covered Chapter 6.5. Topics included: synthetic division, long division of polynomials, factoring, the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, leading term test, multiplying rational expressions, dividing rational expressions, adding rational expressions, subtracting rational expressions, and solving rational expressions.

Reviewed entirety of final exam packet for math, focusing on the following: adding and subtracting negative numbers, congruency of angles (alternate exterior and interior angles, corresponding angles, vertical angles), and ratios/proportions.

The student and I had a session today to go through his review packet for Algebra. We went through the entire packet twice - once doing each question, with explanation of concepts, and a second time with him telling me how he would start each problem, walking me through his steps verbally. He said the review was very helpful and he understands much more than he did before.

The student worked on solving probability word questions. He learned that more choices lessened the chance of "winning". He also read from his 5th grade workbook, reading "A New Mate". He correctly inferred the meaning of new vocabulary from the story and worked on analogies and comparisons.

How can a tutor assist you in conquering Math?

Math can be a terribly difficult subject, especially since every concept seems to be crucial to understanding some more advanced one. If you’re finding your math classes to be particularly difficult and could use some expert guidance, you can benefit from one-on-one tutoring from one of Varsity Tutors’ experienced math tutors across the District of Columbia, northern Virginia, and Maryland.

Math tutoring with one of our tutors is successful because they are not only math experts, but also they are well-practiced at explaining even the most complicated mathematical concepts and equations in ways that make sense. We can match you to a math tutor who meets your needs, and this tutor can come to your home or another location that is convenient for you, whenever it best suits your schedule, for customized math tutoring sessions. Our math tutors make sure that their math tutoring sessions are as efficient as possible by tailoring the concepts they address to your specific needs. For example, if your tutor is helping you with trigonometry, and you want to spend an entire math tutoring session making sense of special right triangles, even though  you completely understand the differences between sine, cosine, and tangent, you can do so! Call us today to start making sense of math with the help of Varsity Tutors in the DC metro area.

A solid foundation in math increases academic and career success. Having math skills has become the differentiator in today’s workforce. In addition, emphasis on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education means that your student will be prepared to problem solve, analyze complex data, and build theoretical models. Those who can do mathematics will have better opportunities for shaping their own futures.

Varsity Tutors offers everything from Kindergarten Math to Advanced Calculus tutoring. Our tutors are carefully selected to ensure the highest instructional quality, as well as a nuturing environment. Contact us today to find out more about our private math tutoring services.

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