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Alpharetta is a city and suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. The city operates in north Fulton County. It has an estimated population of 63,000. Alpharetta is a beautiful and vibrant Southern city, with a down-to-earth character. It has a strong blend of excellent schools, cultural events, and plentiful green space.

The city is served by the Fulton County Schools System. It is the fourth largest school district in the state. Its accreditation was given by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the Georgia Accrediting Commission. Alpharetta High, Milton High, and Chattahoochee High are among the best secondary campuses in the district. Furthermore, each institution is ranked in U.S. News and World Report's top 10 public high schools in Georgia. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Alpharetta, GA, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. Alpharetta is located near some of the top colleges in the state, such as Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology. Entry into a great college is a competitive process. An online or in-person Alpharetta, GA, tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work.

The city is home to several parks and recreational areas, including Webb Bridge Park and Wills Park. Wills Park offers walking trails, ball fields, swimming, and an equestrian arena. The parks in Alpharetta are a perfect place to unwind, go for a hike, or enjoy the company of loved ones. One of the top destinations in town is the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park. It's a great venue for concerts and similar events. The outdoor venue can seat approximately 12,000 people. Similarly close by is the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. The riverside park has rafting, fishing, and other activities. Atlanta, GA, is located about 30 miles south of Alpharetta. The capital of the state has three major sports teams, which are the Braves, Hawks, and Falcons. The teams compete in the MLB, NBA, and NFL, respectively. For culture, the Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights and the High Museum of Art are two of the top exhibition halls.

Online or in-home tutoring in Alpharetta, GA, might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. An Alpharetta, GA, tutor could be the secret ingredient to success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Bijul in Alpharetta, GA
We went over the student's math, reading and verbal homework. We worked through math problems, went through reading of his assigned book for the week and also went over his weekly words and did the homework assigned with them.
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Tutoring review by Alyssa in Alpharetta, GA
Today we covered the grammar workbook section on adjectives and adverbs.  The student did fairly well on these topics, but could use additional work on adverbs.  We also read and discussed his latest essay, which was a readers' response.  Then we brainstormed and organized for his next essay, a descriptive piece.
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Tutoring review by Michaela in Alpharetta, GA
The student is doing really well on the practice tests so far. She timed herself on two sections over the weekend -- math and vocabulary -- and did fairly well on both. She realized that she has much more time on the math than she needs, and that she needed to review fractions (which we did today). We worked on slowing down with the problems, and using the extra time to double check answers, something she hadn't done on the practice test she took. With vocabulary, we're trying to find the fine line between purely guessing and taking an educated guess. She has a good grasp on vocabulary, but could probably skip a couple of the more challenging questions to prevent losing too many points from the penalty for guessing. We'll continue working on the math, making sure she knows how to break down story problems and practicing the more basic concepts.
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Tutoring review by Amy in Alpharetta, GA
We went over different types of nouns (common, proper, collective, abstract, concrete). Then we read a jumbled personal narrative and put the sentences in sequential order. We also discussed components of a personal narrative so that we can write one the next session. We also went over some vocabulary and spelling (she wrote 5 words that she misspelled/did not know 10 times each). Lastly, we proofread a story that contained several errors and corrected it using the proofreading symbols.
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Tutoring review by Aqeel in Alpharetta, GA
Answered the homework questions that he had trouble with for his exam tomorrow. These included properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids. We also talked about acidity of oxides and how to infer properties by comparing atoms of similar position on the periodic table.
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Tutoring review by Kendra in Alpharetta, GA
The student and I spent most of this session working on memorizing a song for a class performance, "Vuela, Vuela." She already had the translation of the song, so she understood what it meant, but I worked with her on pronunciation. In addition, she practiced the song by singing along with an online video. Finally, we spent the end portion of our session working on fruit vocabulary. We reviewed the words by asking questions such as "?Te gustan ___________?" (Do you like _________?). We also did other exercises from her book about fruit. Overall she did an excellent job this session.
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