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Abingdon, VA, has a population of about 8,200. The town is a member of Washington County and is located less than 20 miles from the Tennessee and North Carolina border. It is the county seat for Washington County.

Abingdon High School is a member of the Washington County Public Schools District. All students must always strive to achieve the best test scores possible, in order to gain entrance to the school of their choice. To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Abingdon is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. You can put in the work to try to keep up with online tutoring in Abingdon for your courses or test prep. A good college option for students is the University of Virginia Wise. The school is a Tier 2 liberal arts college. Getting into a good school can be tough. An Abingdon, VA, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

Take a load off in Abingdon by visiting some of the great sites and attractions the town has to offer. Get a little bit of culture and history at the William King Museum of Art. The 100-year-old building has five galleries with works from many ages. Works range from traditional paintings and drawings to pottery and furniture. The museum includes art from across the world in contemporary and traditional styles. Visit the front of the museum to see the sculpture garden. The museum is designed to engage students of all ages, making it family friendly. You and your friends or family will be able to wander the museum, ask questions of the visitor service team, and learn about the history of the exhibited pieces.

If you're looking for a place to stretch your legs, visit the Virginia Creeper Trail Club. The trail can be used by hikers, mountain bikers, and horse riders. Stretching 33.4 miles, the path winds its way along the North Carolina border. The trail features several visitor centers along it that are open on weekends. There are also several bathrooms along the path for those traversing large portions of the trail at a time.

Once you've seen all that Abingdon has to offer, return to your studies prepared to achieve greatness. Connecting with an Abingdon, VA, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools.

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Tutoring review by John in Abingdon, VA
The student and I practiced several math problems using the method. The student scored about 80% correct on the problems he did during our session which I corrected and then reviewed the items with him that he got incorrect. The student understood his mistakes and overall did an excellent job. I left him 15 practice problems for homework. I told him to carry down the parentheses, if any, in the problems to help him avoid future mistakes. I look forward to our next session.
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Tutoring review by Nicolette in Abingdon, VA
The student and I went over logarithmic functions and exponential functions. At the beginning of the session, it was difficult for her to see the connection between the functions. As we applied the ideas to actual examples, the student understood the material. I believe that breaking down problems into steps that she can apply to all problems helped. This is a problem solving technique that we will continue to use.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Abingdon, VA
In this session, most of the math we worked on had to do with addition, although the problem types were more diverse than the subtraction work we did over the last couple of weeks. The early homework problems involved adding numbers with pictures of counter blocks to help calculate the answer, but quickly moved away from this approach. Some problems asked the student to break down each individual number into its own addition problem (e.g.: 38 become 30+8), and others presented basic addition questions as word problems, and others were straight forward addition questions. As in past sessions, the student's focus and accuracy improved over the course of the hour. In the beginning, he didn't quite remember the rules for addition (specifically for "carrying the one"), and he would lose track of his counting. By the end of our time, however, he had gotten the hang of carrying the one, and was focusing more on his calculations, which were much more accurate.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Abingdon, VA
In this session, the student and I continued to study for his upcoming SSAT. We went over some questions he had on problems he had worked on since our last session- they were generally word problems. We worked on breaking down the problems into manageable chunks. Next we went through another practice section, focusing on graphs and equations of lines.
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Tutoring review by Taylor in Abingdon, VA
The student is progressing nicely. I like that she was able to complete the majority of her homework before our appointment. She saves the difficult questions for me, which makes our sessions much more efficient. Her class is covering material that I taught her previously and now it comes easy to her. I like to keep her slightly ahead so that she doesn't have to figure out new material on her own. She got a 7/10 on a quiz last week. We went over the quiz and she understands her mistakes. Quizzes and tests are the best references for midterms and final exams so I prioritize her competence with those problems. She told me that her goal is a B in the class but I think an A is well within her capacity.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Abingdon, VA
We went through practice material for the student's upcoming calculus test. He understands most of what we went through. We solved systems of equations with 2 and 3 variables. We also went through matrices and matrix manipulation.
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