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Alexandria, OH, is a village in central Ohio. It belongs to Licking County, and has a population of 500 residents. This village is fairly small, having an area less than half a mile in square miles.

High School students in Alexandria go to Northridge High School in Johnstown. The school is served by the Northridge Local School District. Alexandria tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. Are you hoping to attend an elite school near Alexandria? There are several near you that you can consider. Take a tour of Denison University, a highly-esteemed school, which ranks in the top 100 liberal arts colleges in the United States. Ranked in the top 100 best universities in the nation, Ohio State University-Newark is a worthy option. Perhaps Otterbein University is the right school for you. It ranks in the top 15 colleges in the U.S. and is highly respected. If a future employer sees it on your resume, they will be very impressed. Conveniently, Alexandria, OH, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

There are quite a few memorable places for anyone to visit in Alexandria. Bring a couple friends to St. Albans Golf Club for a fun day or weekend of golfing. This course opened in 1988 and has been booming ever since. It has varying landscapes for golfers at all skill levels. It has 18 holes, and is open from March to December. It's a public course, so don't be afraid to bring your whole family to play with you. Bike on over to the Alexandria Public Library, which hosts exciting and education events every month, and where you can always find your favorite book. After you grab a book, bike to Drummies Pizza for a slice of your favorite pizza, and start your book while eating a delicious dinner. When you need a study break and some caffeine, stop by the family-operated coffee shop in town, Ragamuffins Coffee House for a latte or a cup of dark roast.

When you feel like you're studying isn't helping you do better on tests, don't worry. You may enjoy working with Alexandria tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. Alexandria, OH, tutors are available to students in the area.

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Tutoring review by Steven in Alexandria, OH
The student and I covered the applications of the first derivative, as well as some applications of the second derivative. He worked very well with these subjects, and seemed to have a firm grasp on the concepts involved. He worked on his online homework practice problems, and was left with his homework to work on. He seemed comfortable with all of the concepts covered today, even though the second derivative section has not yet been covered in his class. By next week, we will know if there is a quiz or test scheduled for the following week, which we will be able to use as a score to note progress.
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Tutoring review by Alex in Alexandria, OH
The student has since caught up with most of the material in algebra and chemistry, and so I brought up just a couple topics and odds and ends in chemical geometry and polynomial division. These were reviewed fairly quickly, mainly to confirm or make minor tweaks to his problem solving methods. We discussed polarity of molecules, chemical structure, and valence shells in concept. We also worked through several long division problems with polynomials without any issues.
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Tutoring review by Miranda in Alexandria, OH
We reviewed for the Chapter 3 test tomorrow. The student had a list of topics to go over, so I went through them with her. I explained concepts and showed example problems. Then, she wanted help with word problems, so I helped her understand how to set them up and solve them.
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Tutoring review by Lynn in Alexandria, OH
The student has an excellent grasp of basic concepts that made it easy for her to learn how to multiply polynomials as well as how to apply special patterns tonight. We worked through the process for distributing terms in one polynomial to each term in a second polynomial one at a time. She only made one mistake when she added up the results in these problems. We discussed special patterns and then used FOIL to test the products we got with them. Finally, we worked on an application problem that required her to write an expression for the area of a circle that was not included in an inscribed square. It was a very productive session; she was attentive and engaged throughout the entire time.
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Tutoring review by Darla in Alexandria, OH
The student said she did very well on the quiz we prepared for last time. Tonight, we went over problems from a worksheet, proved the converse of Ceva's Theorem, and applied it to some problems proving points were concurrent. Some other problems just involved calculating lengths in triangles and explaining the method of trisecting a line making parallelograms inside the triangle.
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Tutoring review by Richard in Alexandria, OH
The student had just taken a test, but had one worksheet that was partially completed. First I checked the problems she had tried already and found a couple of errors. She corrected those and I showed her a better way to do them. She had exponential graphs that had different transformations to do to the basic version. Once we finished the worksheet, I made up four similar problems and had her try them all on her own. She got all four completely correct.
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