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All Washington DC tutors possess the highest qualifications. In addition to completing a rigorous interview process, tutors in Washington DC must pass a background check and have academic credentials verified. An expert director will help you find the best tutor from this elite group; we stand behind these matches and even offer a money-back guarantee.

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Washington D.C., is the capital city of the United States, and is currently home to over 670 thousand people. The 1790 residence Act allows for this district to be formed out of parts of Maryland and Virginia, and Washington D.C., is now not a part of any state. The city is named after Revolutionary War hero and first president of the country, George Washington, and the three branches of the United States federal government are located in Washington D.C.

There are 38 total secondary institutions in Washington D.C., and most of these are operated by the District of Columbia Public Schools District. The School Without Walls High School is regarded as the top high school in the district, and it has received a gold medal from US News for its outstanding educational programs.

Washington D.C., is a hub for learning and education, and it has many outstanding colleges and universities. Some of the exceptional schools here are Georgetown University, George Washington University, American University, and Howard University. The personal test prep instruction you could get from online or in-home private Washington D.C., tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools. Tutors in Washington D.C., might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep.

Many of the nation's finest monuments and museums can be found in the United States capitol, and you may never be able to experience everything that the city has to offer. One of the quintessential places to visit in Washington D.C., is the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. This 19-foot high statue of one of our nation's greatest unifiers could awe and humble you, and you'll be able to stand where Martin Luther King gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. For a fun and educational afternoon be sure to stop at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Here you can discover information about the history of human flight, and marvel at the well-maintained aircraft on display. Another must-stop is the Library of Congress, which owns almost every book ever published. This national library contains over 532 miles of shelves and 115 million items, and more than 7,000 are added each day.

Give yourself the opportunity to learn as much as possible while attending a school in this academic hub. A Washington D.C., tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals. Private tutors in Washington D.C., can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep.

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Tutoring review by Marlise in Washington DC
This session we discussed inventory valuation. Problems included inventory valued using LIFO, FIFO, Weighed-Average, and Specific identification methods. We calculated cost of goods available for sale and cost of goods sold. We discussed the relationship of ending inventory, COGS, and COGAS.
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Tutoring review by Nathan in Washington DC
The student and I went over science (working on "shortcuts") and math, focusing as usual on pacing strategies. We also did a bit of the other two sections. Getting science and reading pacing up without sacrificing accuracy is a priority.
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Tutoring review by Lindsay in Washington DC
Worked with student 1 on percentages, proportions, and probability. He's doing a lot better. His trouble with percentages comes from not setting up a problem correctly. He does very well once he slows down.  Worked with student 2 on word problems involving multiplication and division. She usually does well, but missed quite a few due to overconfidence. Once the questions were presented to her again, she got them right without a problem or need for assistance.
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Tutoring review by Jane (Elizabeth) in Washington DC
Reviewed the student's practice test and went over the questions he missed. We had a little time left over after that, so we worked on building his vocabulary. The student understands the concepts very well and is a quick learner. I think most of our work will focus on improving his confidence and practicing so that he can build both speed and accuracy. We will also focus on building his vocabulary, as that is holding him back on the Critical Reading section.  He is a smart kid and is preparing far in advance so I think he has a good shot at being a National Merit Scholar.
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Tutoring review by Emily in Washington DC
The student and I reviewed for her upcoming geometry test and went over review sheets that her teacher gave out. She knows the formulas for finding area and perimeter but needs to be more attentive when she reads the problem. She remembered how to solve the 30-60-90 and 45-45-90 triangles. I've tried to help her get comfortable using fractions and reducing them. While she is still not completely comfortable, she is better and is starting to use them more frequently without my assistance.
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Tutoring review by Anna in Washington DC
Over the weekend, the student took a progress Diagnostic Test. I was given the results and the incorrect questions. So we started off the session going over every incorrect question. She only missed one from Math, so all the questions we went over was Reading and Writing. The Sections we went over included 2, 5, 7, and 9. We wrote what she could have done to avoid the mistake next to every question. Afterwards, she took Section 9 of Old SAT Test 8 (timed). For HW, I assigned the Pre-Test in the SAT Writing Workbook.
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