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Varsity Tutors offers SAT tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you master the SAT through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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Our outstanding tutors are available and excited to help you conquer SAT. 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 a number of other renowned colleges and universities.

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Elizabeth

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Harvard University - Studies Of Women, Gender, And Sexuality

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Undergraduate Degree:
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Biochemistry

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New York University - Economics

How we help you master: SAT Prep

CHOOSING INSTRUCTIONAL SAT GOALS

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

RECOGNIZING AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT

Your skills and progress will be assessed by your SAT tutor to help shape and define your lesson plan.

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Our 1:1 SAT tutoring is specifically designed to help you meet and surpass your goals.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Took April 9 ACT: Eng 33, Math 24, Read 27, Sci 24, Comp 27. Today, we worked on ACT Math and SAT Math, also ACT Science overview.

Reviewed assigned problems and improved the student's understanding of the application of geometrical formulas. Assigned homework involving the memorization of geometrical formulas, special triangles, and other basic math concepts in addition to more math problems.

In this session, I directly addressed and explained specific areas the student needed help in by using illustrations and connecting various ideas. Time was well spent on deciphering the distinction between internal and external properties which correlated to the distinction between real and fake change. A great deal of time was also spent considering issues relating identity, existence, reference, and counting. This is difficult material and proved difficult really in any compact form. Moreover, her professor provided a great deal of related material which is in need of integration. This will be the primary goal of the next session in addition to covering any other topics she is concerned with.

The student and I went over an essay he will be revising. We reviewed his teacher's comments, and worked on trimming the first half of the essay and expanding the second half. The student began revising two paragraphs and took notes for further revision.

We went through the problems of the Multiple Choice Calculator portion of the AP Calculus BC exam as practice. We also covered the Shell Method for finding the volume of a surface of revolution.

This session was mostly a comprehensive review of the course so far (in preparation for a midterm next week). The student and I talked through two weeks of lecture slides and worked a few example problems. I suggested that he work through a problem involving expected value, standard deviation, and risk as these concepts seem central to the coursework.

The student and I worked through two practice science portions. During the first test, he took as much time as he needed answering all the questions. He scored a 28, which is a significant increase from his previous test he took at school. But when he took the next test under the time constraints, he scored a 22. This reveals that the student has the aptitude necessary to do well on the test and that we will need to focus our efforts on pacing.

The student didn't have any homework for us to complete during this evening's session. So we created a Pascal Triangle and explored its numerous properties. He was intrigued at how many different patterns emerged from the triangle.

Today was the first session with the student, and, after we briefly went over what he and his previous tutor had been covering, he did a 20-minute diagnostic of sample sentence completion and passage reading questions. We first went through the sentence completion questions, and overall he did a great job. He answered all the questions of this type correctly through sound logical reasoning though he was unfamiliar with the vocabulary at times. In those instances, we defined the words he did not know and used them in context. We also covered general test-taking approaches to sentence completion questions and then proceeded to dissecting the reading passage. We evaluated the author's tone, the use of language, and summarized paragraphs as we went along. Overall, the student seems to have a solid grasp over the concepts, and, with regard to the Reading and Writing sections of the SAT, I intend to focus on building his vocabulary and more reading comprehension practice.

I brought the student a lot of stoichiometry worksheets as well as a guide for doing stoichiometry problems. I explained to her the point of stoichiometry is to get from one known quantity of one substance to a quantity of a different substance, and I did one example problem for her. She was able to complete the first worksheet with a lot of guidance from me. The second and third she found much easier as she began to understand the method. I left her with an additional work sheet which we will go over next week.

Reviewed concepts while working through part of a multiple choice practice test. From there, had the student work through a long form question, allowing him to ask questions when he got stuck. After that, recommended he take the rest of the questions in the section and see how he does and use that, plus a recent practice test he took in class to help him make a final decision on whether to take the exam.

Today we covered the dynastic and international conflicts of the 18th century, the Industrial Revolution, the later incarnations of the Enlightenment, the American and French Revolutions, and the beginning of Romanticism. I assigned the student some homework, research on the Napoleonic period and the conservative backlash of 1815, as well as the rise of nationalism and liberalism.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master the SAT?

High school upperclassmen face a great deal of stress when it comes to college applications, and the fact that the SAT looms near does not exactly ease that stress. Fortunately, Varsity Tutors is here to fix that problem by offering one-on-one instruction in SAT tutoring in across the Washington DC metro area. We will work closely with you to get your SAT journey under control.

While the SAT can seem daunting, any student can conquer it—they just need the right preparation. A Varsity Tutors' SAT tutor will identify which sections you are having the most trouble with and which ones you are particularly strong in, ultimately allowing for a customized lesson plan perfectly suited to you. Your tutor can share key strategies for interpreting reading passages, quickly making math calculations, and recognizing fundamental grammar rules. In addition, your tutor will schedule your sessions whenever and wherever you prefer. Our flexibility sets a strong foundation for effective SAT tutoring between each of our students and instructors.

Varsity Tutors helps Washington DC students reach their highest potential on the SAT exam in the comfort of your own home or any other location of your choosing. We offer intensive 4 and 6 week SAT prep programs in Washington DC, as well as customized plans, to give you the "Varsity Boost" on your SAT score, significantly improving your chances of admission to your dream college.

Intensive 4 and 6 Week SAT Prep Programs in Washington DC

Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week SAT prep programs in Washington DC for college applicants seeking admission into their first-choice universities. Our SAT 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 of SAT classes, you may take the shortened 4 week SAT course. We can help you achieve a great score and significantly improve your chances of acceptance into your dream school. Our Washington DC SAT tutors thoroughly assess your current knowledge base, identify areas for improvement, and develop a plan to give you the best chance of increasing your SAT score.

Your hand-picked, highly credentialed SAT tutor in Washington DC is dedicated to ensuring that you stay on schedule and make steady progress. They will provide assignments between sessions and provide tutoring for all three subject areas of the SAT, in addition to the Essay portion of the Writing sections.

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 SAT Prep Programs in Washington DC

Varsity Tutors provides fully customized SAT test prep programs in Washington DC tailored to your needs and changing weekly schedules. Our talented private SAT tutors meet individually with you in your home, or another location most convenient for you. Sessions are scheduled around your classes, extra-curriculars, and other activities. Our Directors provide free consultations in which you’ll learn how our hand-picked, highly credentialed SAT tutors can help you achieve your SAT score goals in the most efficient way. Call us today and our Directors will discuss your goals, schedule, and individual needs to create a customized plan that reaches your best SAT score!

How does a Varsity Tutor in Washington DC help you prep for the SAT?

Varsity Tutors helps Washington DC students reach their highest potential on the SAT exam in the comfort of your own home or any other location of your choice. Our SAT tutors impart lifelong problem solving skills to tackle new questions, significantly raising your chances of improving your SAT score. Using personalized approaches, not a "one-size fits all" method, Varsity Tutors will you through the entire SAT experience: from subject knowledge prep, test-taking coaching, and test-day guidance. Our SAT tutors in Washington DC know how to provide top-notch tutoring for all three subject matters of the SAT: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. They also provide coaching on how to tackle multiple-choice questions, free response questions (for the Mathematics sections), and the essay question.

Each of our Washington DC SAT tutors has scored in a top percentile on the SAT and know how to help others score just as well. Having recently prepared for and taken the SAT themselves, they are very knowledgeable about the SAT question formats and test details. Because of their experiences and superior ability to teach others, our Washington DC tutors can help you quickly identify areas for improvement, significantly improving SAT test scores. Our Washington DC SAT tutors are ready to take your SAT score to the next level – our signature “Varsity Boost”!

Please contact us today about our private SAT tutoring services in Washington DC. We’re dedicated to your college plans and ambitions.

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