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Private 11th Grade Tutoring

Receive personally tailored 11th Grade lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

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Junior year is arguably the most important year of high school. It is the last full academic year recorded on transcripts and sent along with college applications, and it is often when students begin taking multiple upper-level or Advanced Placement classes. It is also the year in which most students take college entrance examinations like the SAT or ACT. With such an extensive junior year to-do list, it is natural for students to experience greater amounts of academic difficulty than they have in previous years. If your high school junior wants to improve his or her academic performance, consider hiring a private tutor.

Junior year is much more than its course load, which typically contains math, science, English, a foreign language, and history. During this year, your child may also be preparing for the SAT or ACT, as well as AP exams and SAT Subject Tests. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with a tutor who can develop a customized tutoring plan to help your student address his or her areas of need. Your tutor will take your student's learning style and particular academic requirements into account when creating an individualized lesson plans to help your student succeed.

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Recent 11th Grade Tutoring Session Notes

Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Kimberly
Today we mostly started studying for his Forensics final. We also did a review sheet for Fahrenheit 451. I did a brief trig lesson to fill in a couple of missing pieces for the exams, such as interest rates and trig identities. I am going to test him on these concepts tomorrow.
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Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Talon
Today we covered chemistry. We went through the first three chapters of the chemistry text, covering matter, measurement, and the basics of chemical reactions and stoichiometry. The student soaked in the material quickly and did not seem to struggle. I left her with about 10 practice problems per chapter.
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Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Coatney
Covered functions, domain and range, slope, basic transformations (translations, reflections, and dilations), and independent and dependent variables. She was a little shaky with the terms used to describe different graphs (linear, exponential, quadratic, etc.) and solving equations (in terms of isolating the variable and solving for it). We worked on that and will continue to strengthen that factor.
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Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Brandon
For this session, our first of this new semester, the student and I spent time going over his schedule and each syllabus he was given by his teachers. We set up a plan on how to approach this new year and began to work on assignments that he had been given earlier in the week. I am very excited for this year, and believe he is going to continue on his past improvements
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Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Sam
I reviewed four of the student's college application essays. We discussed the advantages of using his common app essay about experiencing failure and his other essay about comparing apples and oranges using statistics. I argued that both these pieces exuded a stronger sense of the student's personal evolution and interpersonal strengths as well as provided insight into his problem solving process/intellect. My edits were broad and question-driven to encourage the student to expand particular points or examples. However, I critiqued all four essays in the event the student chooses to use these prompts for other college applications. I asked him to review these edits over the next several days. I expect him to return with expanded detail in the areas we discussed as well as any questions he may have about my edits/suggestions.
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Online 11th Grade Tutoring review by Zachary
This session we covered some basic material about kinematics with a constant velocity. Everything seemed to go smoothly. At this point, the algebra involved is fairly simple, although since the physics class runs parallel to a pre-cal class the student is currently taking I think she should be able to keep up just fine.
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