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Trigonometry Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Trigonometry tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Trigonometry through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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The Trigonometry tutors are exceedingly qualified to help you reach your goals. They come from such prestigious universities as MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other highly ranked institutions.

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Old Dominion University - Civil Engineering

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University Of Oregon - Mathematics

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

We continued work on her essays for her program. We outlined her biography using an obituary as her sample text.

The student and I reviewed his first lesson on sequences today, learning how to derive and apply explicit formulas for arithmetic, geometric, and other types of sequences. He was excellent with arithmetic sequences and fairly strong with geometric sequences, but he struggled to find patterns on other types of sequences or on practice problems with twists such as variables in the sequential terms. Next time we will move on to recursive sequence formulas, which may help him find those non-arithmetic or geometric patterns more easily.

Worked with the student again on his English essay. We worked extensively on the process of revision, how one goes through a paper and chooses what to revise. I think the moment that broke through most for him was, after revising a draft covered with pencil markings and corrections, I asked him how often his English essays look like this after returning from the teacher. He gave me a knowing smile and I remarked that if he revised and edited himself, he would consistently do better. Great session.

The student and I went through the homework he had been assigned. We did Algebra 2, Spanish, and a bit of History. I was able to give him feedback on some ways he can improve his performance in math problems based on the work he did. In addition, I shared with him the importance of having an organized folder, and we went on to organize his folder together. Lastly, we set some goals/tasks some of which he must complete by next tutoring session, others which he must meet by the end of the semester, good grades.

We reviewed what we had gone over in the previous session. I folded and cut out different types of parallelograms to demonstrate why their different rules work. We also reviewed right triangles.

In preparation for the chemistry test, we went through practice problems in stoichiometry and worked out multi-step problems requiring the writing of equations, balancing them, molar conversions, and calculating theoretical yield and percent yield. Reviewed class note slides on endothermic and exothermic reactions, drew reaction coordinate diagrams, and made relevant flash cards.

The student is working on factoring polynomials, she has a quiz tomorrow. Tonight we worked on a homework assignment of 23 practice problems. The student has a good handle on factoring and should perform well on her quiz. We also worked on her science assignment - a physics packet due Monday. She was unclear on distance vs. displacement when we began but had a better grasp on the concept at the end of the session.

We covered the subjunctive mood and comparative phrases as well as superlatives in preparation for his test tomorrow. I noted progress in that he remembered the vast majority of the subjunctive trigger verbs and situations as opposed to the indicative trigger phrases. Overall excellent work! I think he's got the hang of it now.

Today's work was arithmetic, primarily focused on rounding. The boys had the skill and knew the rules about when and how to round. The lesson concluded with a bit of multiplication and division, and once again their critical reading of the question was great. This led to following previous questions' patterns.

During this session, the student and I reviewed and logged all school work that is due this week. She read two articles to me and we answered questions related to both articles. The last thing we did was review what we were going to go over next session.

We finished core grammar exercises, reading comprehension, and translation exercises in the workbook. The student has a better grasp on grammar, and exhibited marked improvement in grammar usage in translation exercises.

During this session, we focused on the reading section. We went through each of the passages in detail.

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Varsity Tutors offers Trigonometry tutoring in New York City, NY. We’ll help you learn Trigonometry through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant tutors with strong math backgrounds available to help you ace your trigonometry course.

Does the very thought of having to deal with special right triangles or the differences between sine, cosine, and tangent make you apprehensive? If you’re having a hard time in trigonometry, Varsity Tutors can help by matching you with a knowledgeable and enthusiastic trigonometry tutor in New York City, NY.

All of Varsity Tutors New York’s trigonometry tutors are trigonometry experts who also have the skills necessary to explain trigonometry concepts in intuitive and fun ways that just make sense. Your New York-based tutor will meet whenever and wherever works best in your schedule, making trigonometry tutoring very convenient. He or she will analyze your current skills, learning style, and strengths and weaknesses to construct lesson plans specifically aimed at helping you - not you and the rest of a class. Private trigonometry tutoring allows you to spend as much or as little time on each concept as it takes for it to make sense to you, and your tutor will be able to share helpful strategies and tips that they’ve found useful in their own experience that might make the difference between understanding a concept and remaining confused about it. New York City is home to some of most challenging and academically rigorous institutions in the world. With a professional trigonometry tutor your New York schoolwork will be more manageable because you will learn more efficiently and with less frustration.

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