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Private In-Home and Online Writing Tutoring in Washington DC

Receive personally tailored Writing lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

How can a tutor assist you in conquering Writing?

Does your child struggle with their writing assignments? Do they have a hard time constructing sentences correctly, placing verbs and nouns, or using adverbs and adjectives? If so, there may be a great supplemental resource to help your child receive custom assistance with their writing. Washington, D.C., writing tutors can work through practice prompts, grammar worksheets, and essays with your student. Varsity Tutors can help connect your student with a professional writing tutor.

It is understandable for some students to find writing proficiently to be a challenge. Your child's tutor can help them with certain aspects of writing they may struggle with, such as learning how to write persuasively, informatively, and expositorily. If your student has problems beginning their writing, their personal tutor can also show them how to prepare to write an essay by first creating an outline. Their tutor can be with them every step of the way, guiding them through composition issues, audience defining, and various genres of writing. The tutor can also work at your child's personal pace, which gives them the ability to ask questions and take their time to apply the concepts they may have just learned. Writing tutors in Washington, D.C., can help your child with any writing issues they may have.

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Session Summaries by Writing Tutors

Writing Tutoring review by Alison in Washington DC
The student and I compiled a list of notes and observations we made while reading THE BLUEST EYE. We talked about the ideas and images from this list that most interested the student and then made connections between some of these elements to formulate a tentative inquiry for her Extended Essay. We finally culled the list into an informal EE outline.
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Writing Tutoring review by Heather in Washington DC
For our first session the student and I worked on her 11 sentence paper that is due tomorrow. She said that she is a strong writer (which she is) but that she is having trouble with writing to what the teacher wants.
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Writing Tutoring review by Matthew in Washington DC
Over the last two weeks, the student and I had been working on ways in which she could improve some of her papers from last year, if she were to rewrite them. Today, we looked at working on an argument from scratch: I brought three poems about artistic imagination, and the student and I worked through how we would prepare to write a paper about them. The student has a good grasp of the project in outlining a paper, and is working on keeping all the different parts of an outline for a paper as sharp and specific as possible.
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Writing Tutoring review by Michele in Washington DC
The student and I reviewed his outline from last week. He then wrote an essay. After reviewing the essay, we discussed the need for elaboration of examples. The student has organization and transition sentences in his essays; however, he tends to write very short, dry paragraphs. When brainstorming he had really interesting things to say, but they did not make it into the essay. We went back to the outline and expanded the talking points.
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Writing Tutoring review by Kat in Washington DC
The student's focus in school is on descriptive writing. We went through an assignment from his writing teacher by reviewing the rubric and doing intensive revision work. He is showing a lot of growth in being able to show and not tell, and in describing things in short, powerful pieces. He is making progress on his personal statement, condensing drafts and using more-powerful writing. We continued to revise and edit the drafts as we looked toward the December/January admissions season. Finally, he will be working on timed writing outside of our sessions. One thing he needs to work on in this area (and which connects to his drafting for longer pieces) is not self-editing during the initial writing phase. He especially needs to start differentiating between telling completely factual accounts and telling interesting and compelling stories.
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Writing Tutoring review by DeAnna in Washington DC
The student is retaking a class, and the goal is to revise her previous submissions so she can better meet the requirements for the course. Today I helped her revise one of her previous assignments.
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