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Babylon is a Long Island town located in Suffolk County, New York. It has a population of 213,600 and is 35 miles from downtown Queens.

Residents who live in Babylon are serviced by the Babylon Union Free School District, where they attend Babylon Junior-Senior High School. An enthusiastic Babylon tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. A Babylon, NY, tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals, so that you can then spend more time preparing for your future outside of secondary education.

Tutors in Babylon, NY, provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to pursue admission to a prestigious school. One-on-one instruction with a skilled professional can aid you in preparing a college-ready portfolio that helps you enter some of Long Island's top colleges, like Farmingdale State College, Briarcliffe College, or Hofstra University.

You have any different entertainment options that you can explore around Babylon. The community is home to the following islands that sit in the Great South Bay: Captree, Cedar, Gilgo, Grass, Thatch, and Oak Islands. If you have a boat, you can spend hours sailing or paddling around these islands and seeing some of New York's natural beauty.

Babylon is also the home of four beaches, including the popular Cedar and Gilgo Beaches. During the warmer months, you can come to one of these beaches and spend the entire day relaxing in the sand or swimming in the ocean. Many residents from across Long Island enjoy relaxing on the beaches in Babylon.

If you enjoy outdoor activities, make sure to visit one of Babylon's state parks. Captree and Robert Moses State Parks are both near the Fire Island Inlet, and they are a great place to spend the day fishing, canoeing, hiking, and swimming. If you are interested in escaping from the suburbs for a while and surrounding yourself with nature, these parks are a perfect way to do so.

Since you are so close to the borough of Queens, you can easily take a trip to New York City for the day. This is especially nice if you're a baseball fan, as you can drive to Citi Field to watch the New York Mets play their home games, as well as stop by the Mets hall of Fame and Museum and learn about some of their greatest players.

You can work to keep up with online tutoring in Babylon for your courses or test prep. Work with a skilled tutor who can give you the instruction you need.

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Tutoring review by Wyatt in Babylon, NY
We covered rotations about axes and other lines today. We also covered integration techniques, slope and points of inflection, function inverses, and functions of functions.
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Tutoring review by Kathryn in Babylon, NY
Today, we covered sections 87 and 88. We also covered the homework that she had questions with. I'm going to put a review sheet together with a few conceptual practice problems that we can go over on Thursday. This way she can review all of the graphing concepts that have been covered.
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Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Babylon, NY
We covered prefixes/ suffixes and adding and subtracting mixed numbers with uncommon denominators. He is working in a textbook called Summer Bridge activities 5-6 grade. He had completed the assignments and we reviewed them. His first section we reviewed was prefixes/ suffixes. He was given the base word and had to add a prefix, suffix, or both. He had several that he had missed and had mainly used -ful for the suffix. I asked him to get out his iPad and download dictionary.com. I had him look up each of the base words and showed him where he could find the base word with the prefix or suffix added at the end of the definition. He proceeded to correct all the incorrect responses in this manner. We then covered adding/ subtracting mixed numbers with uncommon denominators. We used his prior knowledge of creating equivalent fractions and common multiples in order to complete this section. He still needs a bit of practice with this concept.
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Tutoring review by Carmen in Babylon, NY
I was informed of the student's kindergarten homework and the level that she reads at. We worked on the homework, then read and sang the number songs. She is advanced for her grade level, therefore I will work on her academic level advancement.
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Tutoring review by Varna in Babylon, NY
Today the student and I worked on limits, continuity, IVT, average rate, and types of discontinuity.
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Tutoring review by Melvin in Babylon, NY
During this session, we reviewed for the student's exam on derivatives, implicit differentiation, tangent lines, normal lines, and logarithmic differentiation. After looking through his review packet, we moved on to doing random questions in his textbook, then questions in my test prep book. He is on point, and there really wasn't much I needed to correct. He knows his material very well. We moved on to doing a little bit of SAT Math level 2. Overall, this session went well.
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