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Private Tutoring in Washington, PA

Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best tutors in Washington, PA work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

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Washington Tutoring FAQ

Washington, Pennsylvania, is located in Washington County and has a population of approximately 14,000. The city is part of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The Washington Symphony Orchestra holds five annual concerts in the city.

Washington is home to two high schools: Trinity High School (in Trinity Area School District) and Washington High School (in Washington School District). Both high schools offer Advanced Placement courses and exams. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Washington are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. You may enjoy working with Washington tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. Located in town is the prestigious Washington and Jefferson College. To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Washington, PA, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

Washington is home to several buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, most of which are open to the public for tours. The David Bradford House is one of these places; the 18th Century House is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike. The house is open for tours every Wednesday from April through November and can be scheduled for other times to accommodate large groups. The house can also be rented for weddings and special events. Also located in town is the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum. The Museum offers four-mile trolley rides, guided tours, informational videos, exhibits, and an outdoor picnic area. Every Saturday and Sunday, visit the museum for an extended tour, going behind the scenes. While at the museum, be sure to stop at the Education Center, an area designed for kids. The Education Center features pictures from the Trolley Era, a play trolley, a train set, and interactive children's activities. The museum hosts several holiday trolley events, including a Santa trolley each winter for a fun holiday children's ride. Another interesting museum located in the town is the Duncan and Miller Glass Museum. The museum offers unique exhibits on the history of glassmaking, featuring glassmaking tools, glass memorabilia, and a collection of beautiful glass dating back to 1870.

Is your goal to become a student at the prestigious Washington and Jefferson College? You could get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Washington, PA.

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Recent Washington Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Washington, PA
The student and I worked on fractions today. We went over his CBA math review for school. I had him explain to me how he determined his answers. I tried to have him solve the problems in at least 2 ways: with pictures/graphs and equations. After we finished the review, I introduced him to a game on the iPad to help him with improving his mental computations using fractions. The game gets more difficult as you progress through the levels. He was able to get through most levels with little assistance from me. I asked him to keep practicing with the game and introduce the game to his mother for homework.
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Tutoring review by Brandon in Washington, PA
We covered subtracting mixed and like fractions. We started with a warm-up of multiplication tables, then did a review of the previous weeks session on GCF and LCF. I taught the student some tricks when multiplying, and we talked about not procrastinating with homework. I left the student seven of the harder problems to work on over the week.
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Tutoring review by Ashley in Washington, PA
Reviewed first half of homework due tomorrow (hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, standard deviation, and z-scores). It's a lot of information to absorb, but he's getting there.
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Tutoring review by Donna in Washington, PA
The student and I met to finalize his plans for his final exams. We discussed how he can layer review of the various subjects. We also discussed prioritization.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Washington, PA
In today's session, the student had to review for both a quiz in chemistry and a test in algebra. We started with chemistry review on types of matter. He answered questions similar to the ones he worked on yesterday. He did much better with this material today, but I still recommend that he review this tomorrow morning. For algebra, the student completed the study guide issued by his teacher. He did very well with this review sheet, but I did notice that he made a few small mistakes that will cause him to lose points on the test. We went over these problems again and he did much better. We can focus on this more in our coming math sessions.
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Tutoring review by Joseph in Washington, PA
The concepts covered today were converting fractions to decimal places using a denominator with a multiple of ten and converting fractions to percentages using a denominator of 100. I discussed the subject in the manner he was comfortable with and the way his teacher did it in class. He understands how to execute the material now, and when he does his homework, it will solidify it for him.
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