Tutoring in College Park

$199 for an Online SAT Prep Course from The College Review ($399 Value)

The College Review

Online Deal

$399 $199

Experts help high schoolers prepare for their college-entrance exams in an online SAT course

Four 60-Minute One-on-One Online or In-Person Tutoring Sessions from In Class Solutions (Up to 68% Off)

In Class Solutions

On Location

$300 $99

Private tutoring via Skype, in the client's home, or at a public location helps K–12 students grasp difficult concepts or prepare for tests

$85 for $170 Worth of Academic-Tutor Services — Eye Level of FairOaks, VA

Eye Level Of Fairoaks, Va

Redeem from Home

$170 $85

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$36 for $60 Worth of Academic-Tutor Services — Simon Studies Educational Services, LLC

Simon Studies Educational Services, Llc

U Street - Cardozo

$60 $36

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Four or Eight 60-Minute Tutoring Sessions at Victory Tutoring (Up to 54% Off)

Victory Tutoring

Laurel

$140 $69

Professional tutors help students improve test scores in areas such as physics, social studies, and reading comprehension

One Month of Reading or Math In-Center Tutoring at A Plus Success Quality Tutoring (Up to 61% Off)

A Plus Success Quality Tutoring

Alexandria

$250 $99

Instructors work with K–12 students twice weekly to improve their reading or math skills

$44 for $100 Worth of Test-Prep Classes — Fundamental Education

Fundamental Education

Ellicott City

$100 $44

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Four Weeks of Tutoring for One or Two Students at Bestbrains (Up to 69% Off)

Bestbrains

Multiple Locations

$244 $79

Certified teachers instruct students across four subjects, including abacus, math, English, and general knowledge for four weeks

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Medical Career Specialists’ team of instructors has one mission: to prepare students for medical-certification tests and future careers, all in one week or less. The nine different medical programs, which begin every week on Saturday, train students in a variety of professions, from EKG technician to medical-lab assistant. Within five days, students can learn about the complexities and procedures required of a surgical technician, or train to become a certified pharmacy technician. Additionally, the center also provides CPR and first-aid classes.

3311 Rhode Island Avenue
Mount Rainier,
MD
US

When you ride a bike or jump rope, knowledge of the science behind the actions won't help you perform them as well as practice will. Test prep is more than content review, it puts fundamental test-taking strategies and skills into practice so that you can best utilize all that stuff you worked so hard to learn. Your 90-day LSAT prep course includes six full-length practice tests, 30 online workshops, and more than 800 real LSAT questions with explanations. The three-month-long GMAT course includes eight lessons to raise your score, 300 simulated GMAT questions with explanations, and five full-length computer adaptive tests.

7714 Takoma Avenue
Takoma Park,
MD
US

The Spanish immersion workshop is open for beginning to intermediate speakers and includes four hours (10 a.m.–2 p.m.) of interactive language instruction with passionate native speakers. The experienced instructors at Lazos de Amistad will help participants tap into their inner linguist to expand their communication skills and help cross language and cultural barriers. Activities may include listening comprehension, board games, multicultural high fives, role-playing, and discussing Spanish short stories and newspapers. When the tongue shrivels like an armadillo in a sauna from over-enunciation, enjoy complimentary cold or hot beverages to regain your vociferous pipes.

1701 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US

First Class, Inc., is dedicated to short-term educational programs and has been serving up classes to D.C.-area adults for almost 30 years. Directed by Debra Leopold, the center provides a wide variety of classes in a wide variety of categories, so accountants can get in touch with their artistic side and artists can learn to balance their dwindling checkbooks. Each class is two hours along, unless otherwise stated. Learn to make soap, bath salts, and more ($39) for a cost-effective beauty regimen, or take Intro to Professional Voice-Overs ($45) and finally realize a dream of adding narration to Computer Beach Party. Online classes ($129 each) let potential pilgrims progress toward goals from the comfort of home, covering a range of topics from the ins and outs of grant writing to conversational French.

1726 20th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

David Cale, a writer of songs, monologues, plays, and musicals, premieres his newest play at the Studio Theatre, building upon an already impressive resumé as an Obie Award winner, contributor to National Public Radio's This American Life, and performer alongside Bette Midler. The world premiere of his current one-man show, The History of Kisses, follows a writer who isolates himself in an oceanfront motel as inspiration to complete a steamy collection of seaside romance stories, but whose work is interrupted by the trysts of his motel-mates and a constant stream of texts from teenage lobsters.

1501 14th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

In 2007, Pace Beattie had an inkling that his life was about to change. He had discovered hot yoga—a discipline that integrates meditation with rigorous exercise—and resolved to pursue it as his vocation. He saw this as a long-term vision; something he would do after retiring from finance and moving back to his hometown of Greenville.

Then, everything changed: In the eight weeks that bridged 2008 and 2009, he lost his job and his mother passed away. In the aftermath, he scrutinized his life and realized: The time is now. Pace enrolled in workshops and conferences, completing levels I and II of the Baron Baptiste teacher-training program. He moved to Greenville, recruited a team of highly specialized teachers, and opened Southern Om.

Today, having boldly charted his own path, Pace equips others to do the same. He fosters self-discovery through two styles of hot yoga: Southern 26 and Southern Flow, a form of power yoga in which students sweat out sweet tea. These classes serve beginners and experienced practitioners alike, incorporating modifications that support alignment.

4000 Albemarle St NW
Washington,
DC
US