Award-Winning Writing Tutors in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA

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Private In-Home and Online Writing Tutoring in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA

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.

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Writing is such an important part of academic and professional success. It is something that we begin to learn at a young age and continue studying throughout the duration of our academic careers. Being able to write fluid and eloquent sentences is crucial. Whether you need to improve your persuasive writing for an upcoming project, write poetry for a literature class, or have your child improve their sentence structure, a private tutor may aid the learning experience. Varsity Tutors' educational directors may assist students in connecting with a tutor in San Francisco, CA, who could potentially help them understand the concepts of writing.

To connect with writing tutoring in San Francisco, call Varsity Tutors today. It doesn't matter if you are a college student who needs assistance for a creative writing course or the parent of a middle or high school student who is struggling to improve their writing skills, there is a tutor who is happy to assist you along the way. Unlike learning through the classroom, private lessons give you or your child the opportunity to take a hands-on approach. Private lessons make the student the most important part of the learning process, and the tutor is always there to give tips and pointers that may help you or your child improve your writing skills.

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Session Summaries by Writing Tutors

Writing Tutoring review by Alison in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
I worked with the student to draft a short essay concerning a multimedia piece for her documentary photography class. Then I guided her in a review to help her prepare for an assessment in her philosophy class.
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Writing Tutoring review by Cormac in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
On 8-6 we worked on the responses for the student's book work. We finished those responses and talked about working on another book on Thursday. Today we worked on the other book. We discussed three responses and the student is going to work on the rest on her own. They are due on the first day of school so she will have them done by then. We also worked on vocabulary some and then ended the session working on some ACT reading practice.
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Writing Tutoring review by Tiffany in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
The student and I discussed her goals for working with me and then reviewed the 3 essays for her college applications and started brainstorming, listing ideas with bullet points and constantly referring back to our prompts to make sure we were staying on target. We discussed that when we next meet she will have drafts of essays 1 and 2 to work on, and also that the 9 hours together will likely be spread out over the course of the semester, not prior to the semester.
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Writing Tutoring review by Sona in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
Student 1: Today we took a quiz to really practice the use of commas and semicolons. After the quiz, I asked him to create sentences based on what we just learned. He was fun to work with. Student 2: Today we worked on brainstorming ideas for the upcoming 100 page paper she's going to have due in the new school year. In order to make the most of our time together, I asked her to write sentences about each topic she's interested in, while using commas and semicolons.
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Writing Tutoring review by David in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
The student and I discussed her goals in her writing, identified struggles that she faces in the writing process and in the mechanics of writing, and reviewed her previous work to identify gaps in her skills. We also did a practice with commas.
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Writing Tutoring review by Emily in San Francisco-Bay Area, CA
Because we finished the curriculum for the week during our first session, the student and I focused mostly on printing lower case letters. She was able to practice the letters a, d, o, and g. We also played a game that helped her think about what letters certain words started with. The rule was to take turns coming up with as many words for a letter. If one person could not come up with a word, the other person earned a point. I thought this would be helpful in helping her with phonics and consonant sounds.
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