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MCAT Tutoring in Washington DC
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Varsity Tutors offers MCAT tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn MCAT through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
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We have certified tutors near you ideally qualified to help you with MCAT. 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 other highly ranked institutions.
Yale University - Biology, African Studies
University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine - Medicine
Princeton University - Anthropology
University Of Arizona College Of Medicine - Medicine
Rice University - Biochemistry And Cell Biology
How we help you master: MCAT Prep
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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Today we worked on the student's math homework - which was a practice assessment test her geometry teacher assigned her. The topics were the similar to the ones we covered last time. I have assigned the student a practice Math test to take at home for the next time we meet.
I worked with the student on her social studies, and we talked about how geography shapes history and culture, using different U.S. states as examples. The other student and I worked on his math, and it seems to be getting better. He is working on proportions and interest, and seems to understand it, we will keep working on "decoding" word problems a little more quickly.
Student 1- Making change with coins under a dollar, spelling and forming sentences with first grade words. Student 2- Eleven tables as illustration of distributive property of multiplication. Lots of proofs of distributive property of multiplication (how multiplication is just a fast adding tool).
We worked through the science and math sections of the test. We will move on to more science and some reading/English next week.
Introduced myself to the family. Worked with the student on rectangles (solving for angles/sides) and proving shape is a rectangle on a coordinate plane with slope formula.
Continued to work on the student's project with him. We worked on Income Statement, Cash Flow, and Balance sheet. He continues to make good progress.
The student and I have been using her extra time over spring break to study for the Chemistry exam. This morning's session was both longer than usual and extremely productive. She gets review packets from her test prep course, and today we had three of them to go over: gases, liquids/solids, and solubility. In general, she has a very good memory for review topics, so she already understood most of the concepts and multiple-choice questions. The few gas questions that we did need to go over were answered easily once we reviewed that 1 mole of any gas = 22.4 L. We were similarly successful with the other two topics, although the questions were definitely harder than the exam will be. We ended our meeting with a practice test booklet, which she found much easier than the review packet. Today's session only made me more confident that she will score a 4 or a 5 on her test in May.
We covered polar coordinates and equations, previewed a lesson in polar equations with conics and reviewed past material for test-prep. The student understood the material and concepts well. We discussed strategies for taking the test and methods for breaking down problems.
The student is continuing his work on integrals. We worked through a problem set describing the definite integral and the integral between two curve. He seems to be doing well with integrating polynomial functions, but we are working on remembering that 1/x integrates to ln x. I'm learning that he learns best through lots of repetitive practice to master skills.
We talked about circuits: Kirchhoff's Laws, the loop rule, and a general method for solving problems in these regards. We also went over cross product rules, right hand rules, electric potential, voltage, moving charges and magnetic fields, induced electric motive force, and Lenz's Law.
We focused on preparing for the student's final exam by going through the suggested problems for circuits and magnetic fields. She has improved significantly with her understanding of Kirchhoff's rule and was confident with the material.
The student and I met for our final session of tutoring. In the session we started working on graphing coordinate points. He understood this concept very well, and only needed a little help from me. It's still a very new concept to him, so it will take time for him to master. We also did a little work on science, reading about friction. He also understood this very well.
How can a MCAT tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master MCAT?
We’ll help you prepare for the MCAT through one-on-one tutoring in your own Washington DC home or any other location of your choosing. Our tutors have scored in a top percentile on the MCAT, and know how to effectively teach others to reach their score goals and increase their chances of being admitted to their first-choice medical school. We offer intensive 4 and 6 week programs, as well as customized plans, to give you the "Varsity Boost" on your MCAT score.
Intensive 4 and 6 Week MCAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week MCAT prep programs for medical school applicants aiming for top-tier medical institutions. Our MCAT 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 compacted 4 week course. We can help you achieve an exceptional MCAT score and significantly improve your chances of admission into medical school. Our Washington DC MCAT tutors thoroughly assess your current skill level, develop an individualized prep plan, and provide the attention and expertise that meaningfully increases your MCAT score.
Your hand-picked, highly credentialed MCAT tutor in Washington DC is dedicated to ensuring that you stay on schedule and make continual progress. They will provide assignments between sessions and provide content knowledge coaching for the Physical Science, Biological Science, and Verbal Reasoning sections.
If you are seeking a more flexible MCAT program in Washington DC that meets less frequently, you can consider a customized program that may be a better fit with your schedule (see below).
Customized MCAT Prep Programs in Washington DC
Varsity Tutors provides fully customized MCAT prep programs tailored to your needs and varying schedules. Our talented private MCAT tutors meet individually with you in your home, or another location of your choice, and sessions can be scheduled to fit your schedule. We realize that many MCAT test-takers have busy schedules. Our Directors provide free Med School consultations in which you’ll learn how our hand-picked, highly credentialed MCAT tutors can help you achieve your test goals around your busy schedule. Call us today and our Washington DC Directors will discuss your goals, schedule, and specific needs and create a customized plan that meets your goals on a flexible schedule.
How does a Varsity MCAT tutor in Washington DC help you prepare for the MCAT? While you may know that preparing for the MCAT isn’t simply a matter of rote memorization and drills, that doesn’t really give you an idea of how to prepare. Simply taking practice exams may not be enough, as the MCAT exam covers a wide range of skills—verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing—and you may need refreshers in certain subjects, as well as a means of identifying areas of weakness. Our talented Washington DC MCAT tutors can help you with to-be-revamped MCAT. In 2013 and 2014, the MCAT will no longer have a Writing Sample section, and instead include trial sections of psychology, sociology, and biochemistry. Starting in 2015, the MCAT will have four total sections of Biological and Biochemical Foundations; Chemical and Physical Foundations; Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations; and Critical Analysis & Reasoning Skills. Start on a pathway towards achieving your medical degree and work with a Varsity Tutors MCAT tutor in Washington DC today!
Whether you’re looking for help with specific MCAT problems, for an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses, for MCAT study strategies or insights into the material, or simply for a coach to keep you motivated, reassured, and on track, one of our experienced MCAT tutors in Washington DC is available to help. After talking to you about your experience and concerns, your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and psychology to develop a customized MCAT prep plan. As someone who knows how to excel on the MCAT and how to teach others to succeed on the test, your MCAT tutor will engage you with the key concepts and skills needed for success on the test.
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