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Spanish Tutoring in Washington DC

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Varsity Tutors offers Spanish tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn Spanish 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 Spanish. 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 leading schools.



Undergraduate Degree:
Suny Oneonta - Childhood Education & Spanish

Graduate Degree:
Queens College - Childhood Education With Bilingual Extension



Undergraduate Degree:
University Of Texas At Austin - Double Major: Spanish Literature; History

Graduate Degree:
Mc Gill University - Law



Undergraduate Degree:
New York University - Economics

How we help you master: Spanish


Our educational director will pinpoint learning styles, map out goals and plans to target specific areas for improvement.


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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Second to last session with the student. She has continued to scored in the 27-29 range overall with reading consistently being above 30.  More practice to try and see how high we can push her score.

The student and I spent the session reviewing the math section from her diagnostic test. It is obvious that she has a solid grounding in math concepts and great instincts (e.g., there were several problems where she thought of a way to find the answer visually that I would have through using algebra). I emphasized that she's doing really well, that she should trust her instincts, and that she should take one problem at a time rather than worrying about her performance on the entire section. We also talked about general strategies for the math section, such as imagining the simplest possible scenario that satisfies the rules in the problem.

Student 1 and student 2 were able to finish another practice exam but were not able to send in the answers for us to generate a score report. It looks like student 2 scored a 2120 and student 1 scored a 1980, both increased from their previous scores.   We spent the session going over writing passages and then I had them write an essay with the same pointers as last time -- a well thought out thesis statement with 2-3 examples to back it up and a concluding paragraph that wraps everything up.   We finished with a short math passage. Overall, both students are showing an improvement.

During this session we worked on a lab report involving thermodynamics. We also spend some time with thermodynamics problems. Finally, we worked on an extra credit assignment that involved many of the topics covered in the last couple months. The student is doing quite well.

Quick review of geometry: he seems to have a better grasp on data sufficiency.  Going to find more problems for him to do on the harder topics.

The student is getting much stronger with math facts. She understands how to subtract multi digit numbers with regrouping.

For this session we began to cover capacitors in detail, including spherical capacitors and the use of dielectrics. For the duration of the session we worked on explaining her homework and making sure she understands and can apply the basic concepts of the material. She is doing well, but according to her, her previous exam was incredibly hard and she is expecting a gigantic curve to be applied by the professor.

This was our final session before the student's paper was due (Saturday, March 29). We finished up the body of the paper, making sure to add references in MLA style, used the thesaurus, and made grammar checks. He demonstrated increased excitement about the writing process since our first session just days prior. He drafted his own conclusion statement, and at the end of our time together, he stated his comfort level with finishing the paper and turning it on time. We made plans to meet again on Saturday, March 29 to begin working on another writing assignment due soon.

At our last meeting the student and I began the actual research process. We read some primary and secondary source material re: her paper topic, took notes, started constructing an outline, and concluded with a brief summary of all that we had looked at together.

I gave the student a short quiz at the bringing of our tutoring session based on previous material from the past month. She did well but still needs my help on answering the questions. We then began exploring nuclear reactions. I think this is the first time she has seen it so I will try to give her as much visuals as I can find. We went over nuclear fission today.

We read two cantos from the student's books. I explained to her the significance of both and gave a simple plot summary to help her follow the progression of the poem more easily. I did not leave her with practice as her homework is to read the book, as her last essay has still not been graded.

This session we reviewed for the student's test on Wednesday which will be on tests of statistical significance namely t-tests and z-tests. Client is still having difficulties deciding what test to use on certain problems but seemed to remember as we continued reviewing. No grades. Assigned student to look at numerical thresholds of various test types. No concerns about this session

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor help you master Spanish?

After English, Spanish is the most commonly used language in the United States. Given that information, it should be apparent why learning to speak this language can serve you well, even beyond school. But even if your sole reason for studying Spanish at the moment is to improve your grade in class, never fear—Varsity Tutors offers premier Spanish tutoring in all over the Washington DC metro area, including northern Virginia and Maryland, and we’re ready to help you meet your goals.

Between pronunciation, reading comprehension, conjugations, and more, learning Spanish can seem intensely overwhelming; however, it may not be as difficult as you think; after all, being a native English speaker can work to your advantage when it comes to recognizing the roots of many Spanish words. Regardless of where you are having trouble in your learning path, your Varsity Tutors tutor can help you overcome those obstacles. We personally match you with one of our excellent tutors, one who is best suited to meet your academic needs. He or she will work with you in a one-on-one setting to ensure an understanding of the ways you learn most effectively. Spanish tutoring sessions occur according to your schedule, for maximum convenience.

Varsity Tutors offers Spanish tutoring in Washington DC and our tutors are enthusiastic, brilliant tutors who will make your studies in Spanish as efficient as they are fun.

One obvious reason to study Spanish is because the U.S. has a large Spanish-speaking population. This fact opens up a tremendous number of personal and professional opportunities for those with excellent Spanish language skills, and tutoring from a Varsity Tutors Spanish tutor can give you the skills you need to make the most of these opportunities.

A Varsity Tutors tutor will be able to guide you through the nuances of Spanish. Through reading, writing, and verbal practices, our tutors ensure that you are fluent with the language. Whether you’re starting at Spanish I or tackling the Advanced Placement Spanish Exam, Varsity Tutors has tutors who are able to teach at your level. Whatever the situation may be, the tutoring you receive from your Varsity Tutors Spanish tutor will help you express yourself with confidence.

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