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Varsity Tutors offers World History tutoring by highly credentialed tutors. We'll help you learn World History 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 World History. 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 additional high-caliber institutions.

How we help you master: World History

SETTING WORLD HISTORY LEARNING TARGETS

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

RECOGNIZING AREAS OF IMPROVEMENT

Your instructor will identify your current skill level in World History, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.

PERSONALLY DESIGNED LESSONS

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

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Most of the session was focused on a new topic: making graphs. Started by introducing the student to x/y tables for plotting points, and then gave him a couple examples of points plotted on the x/y plane. He did a few example problems, where he plugged numbers into equations to him plot the graph.

The student has a science project that is due soon, so we spent a great deal of our time going over science properties that she has previously learned and brainstorming for the upcoming project. She has to make a boat that can carry fifty pennies for 10 seconds without sinking. We drew 4 different models of boats for her to test out. We also worked on her writing skills some more. Today we focused on compare and contrast essays and I had her outline a compare and contrast essay about two scientific properties.

On Monday, the student and I worked through his unit 5 review homework in preparation for his unit 5 test on Tuesday. The problems primarily focused on solving equations containing the trigonometric properties while integrating the unit circle.

Today we began going over the last major chapter of the AP chem book: acids and bases. We began by going over the several definitions of acids and bases, discussing weak and strong acids and bases, conjugate pairs, and the concept of buffer solutions. We then moved into quantitative chemistry of acids and bases: pH and pOH calculations, ionization of water to hydronium and hydroxide, use of ICE tables to solve for pH and pOH, use of Kw, Henderson-Hasselbach, and many other topics. We briefly went over practice problems, but the goal of today was to explain the material so that could practice it on her own, since her AP test is next week. She picked up the conceptual material well, and understood buffers well from the viewpoint of Le Chatelier's principle. We touched on titrations. The student is to attempt to complete the chapter on her own and bring any questions to our next session.

We covered sections 5 and 6 in Test 9, along with 10 additional vocabulary words. I assigned the student the next two sections as well as ten more vocabulary words. We're focusing on reading carefully and taking time.

The student had review worksheets, to help prepare for her upcoming final. We used these worksheets to guide the session, and reviewed problems from all of the chapters (i.e. similar triangles, SOH-CAH-TOA, Pythagorean theorem, surface area and volume of regular shapes, perimeter of shapes, etc.). For the most part, she remembered how to do the problems. There were some, that she needed to look up an equation for, but she thinks she will get an equation list on the test.

We reviewed several math concepts (e.g. circle and triangle properties, logarithms, averages, functions, and more) before practicing the most difficult problems from a couple math sections. The student did well on these. We then practiced through several passages of English; he did very well on these. We wrapped up with the science section.

Today we reviewed for the student's final. She completed a practice test and I think she did very well. The majority of questions she knew and the ones she didn't she picked up right away. Equations were 100% better too!

We went over her practice test. She received a 27, with a breakdown of 10,7,10. She has been stable at around 27-28. We talked about some topics as well as some test taking strategies. No concerns. She has her exam on Friday.

Student and I read Cam Jansen book about the Speedy Car. The student did a good job reading the story with fluency and good rate of speed. Prompted through the problem of the story. Able to identify some character traits that were shared amongst the story line.

Our initial meeting we discussed what he wanted out of tutoring, strengths and weaknesses. We read basic passage about dwarf planets and answered questions. The student is strong in multiplication.

The student and I reviewed bond and stock transactions in preparation for his final exam in his accounting course. He is going to review the material for his exam and practice problems so that we can review any areas he feels he is still having problems with in our last session before his exam.

How can a Varsity Tutors tutor assist you in conquering World History?

A year of world history is a traditional mainstay of high school history curricula. Success in such a course requires an approach to history that integrates and challenges a variety of different skills. Students must be able to develop their own perspectives on historical events, identify the ways in which they are interrelated, and pinpoint ways in which they influenced later events. Unlike more focused courses in the history of a specific country or era, a course in world history requires a brand of broad critical thinking that may challenge you as previous history courses have not. Furthermore, the sheer amount of information you need to familiarize yourself with and be able to draw upon may be daunting. If your world history course is proceeding too quickly for you to master each topic it covers, your instructor’s teaching style doesn’t mesh well with the ways in which you best learn, or you simply want to bring organization and efficiency to your studies by working with a history expert, consider the world history tutoring that Varsity Tutors offers nationwide.

You can be matched with a qualified and dedicated world history tutor based upon your concerns, strengths and weaknesses, and preferred learning style. Our world history tutors can develop customized learning plans meant to strengthen your weak areas of understanding, reinforce concepts, and help you develop as a critical thinker. In your initial world history tutoring sessions, your tutor can help you identify where you need the most assistance to achieve your academic goals. Using specific teaching methods tailored to the ways in which you find it easiest to learn, your tutor can then help you understand assignments, study for tests, and formulate essays for your world history course.

More than just helping you memorize course material, world history tutoring through Varsity Tutors aims to help you understand the sociological, political, and cultural undercurrents of world history. History doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and no event is “singular” in the sense that it doesn’t affect anything outside of its immediate region, time period, or society. Our world history tutors encourage their students to think about history not only as a fact-based timeline, but as a constantly-shifting web of related events. Developing such a broad perspective on world history can help you better understand the big picture formed by all of the details surrounding people, places, and events that you learn.

At Varsity Tutors, we recognize that your busy schedule may make world history tutoring seem difficult to incorporate into your life. However, we work to make your tutoring as convenient as possible. Our tutors are flexible and can meet at whatever time and location you prefer. Our goal is to make world history tutoring a positive and fun learning experience each week, not a chore. We are dedicated to working with your current understanding of world history, building you up from that point, and helping you achieve the goals you have for yourself in your world history class. If you are interested in bolstering your academic performance, world history tutoring through Varsity Tutors may be able to help. Contact our educational directors in your area today for additional information, or to start arranging for your first session!