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Bedford, Virginia, is located in Bedford County. The town has a population of approximately 7,000. Bedford is part of the Lynchburg Metropolitan area and is nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and Smith Mountain Lake.

Bedford is home to Liberty High School, in the Bedford County Public School District. An enthusiastic Bedford tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Tutors in Bedford might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep. A mere 30 miles away, Lynchburg offers a plethora of colleges and universities to choose from. Liberty University, Lynchburg College, and Randolph College are just a few examples of the high education opportunities offered in the city. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Bedford, VA, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep.

Bedford is home to multiple historical landmarks open for public enjoyment. The Bedford Museum and Genealogical Library is one such landmark. The museum focuses on the history of the town and surrounding areas and collects and preserves historical artifacts related to the town's history. Poplar Forest is also located within the town. It is the retreat of Thomas Jefferson. Tours of the home and grounds are available daily and last approximately one hour. The museum features exhibits exploring the unique history of the home and the time period it was lived in. Exhibits include a workshop, archaeology laboratory, kitchen, laundry, and offices. After touring the inside of the home, pick up a brochure and walk the grounds with the brochure as your guide. Saturdays and Sundays during the winter months visit the home for Winter Reflections at Home with Mr. Jefferson. The event offers complimentary refreshments and encourages visitors to tour the house at their leisure or sit in the campeche chair enjoying a cup of coffee; tour guides are available to answer questions.

For outdoor fun, visit the Claytor Nature Study Center. Positioned at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the center features an observatory and an educational and research facility.

Is your goal to become a student at one of the many colleges or universities in nearby Lynchburg? Connecting with a Bedford, 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 Anna in Bedford, VA
The student worked on homework covering function operations and composite functions. We added, subtracted and multiplied functions, monomials and binomials. We also performed composition of two functions, one of the other and then evaluating the composite function at a certain value of x. After several examples, he was able to set up his the problem on his own, and solve it from his own setup. He finished the homework and worked on several more problems from the same set of exercises that were not assigned.
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Tutoring review by Kelsey in Bedford, VA
The student has just started algebraic expressions in his math class, which I was excited about as algebra has always been my favorite part of math. He has a test on Friday on simplifying expressions by combining like terms, and on the properties/axioms of algebra. We worked on a sheet that his teacher had given him to help study for the test, which was a series of expanded expressions for him to simplify. The student did fairly well with most of it. He did initially seem a bit confused by the distributive property, occasionally only distributing the multiplier to the first term within the parentheses, but after pointing it out and refreshing on the order of operations he had less problems. After the worksheet was finished, we made some flashcards for the properties of algebra, and talked about how he applied them when he had been working in the sheet--particularly the distributive and associative properties.
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Tutoring review by Melissa in Bedford, VA
We are continuing to go over word problems. I like reciting the problems for her because it forces her to focus. She's much quicker at picking up on keywords and equally as quick at realizing what she may have missed. All I have to do is let her know her answer isn't right and she knows within seconds where she went wrong.
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Tutoring review by Mark in Bedford, VA
The student and I went over loan payment calculations. I made sure to demonstrate that the information given was not the same as that given for savings plans. We solved several problems paying special attention to breaking up the problems so that she could use her calculator to solve the equations. Small calculator issues seem to be the biggest problem, so making sure the equation is broken into parts and organized for each question will be very important towards success on the final exam.
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Tutoring review by Kristopher in Bedford, VA
The student and I reviewed the results section of an article. We explored how to determine when data are statistically significant and we also examined how to determine if a finding is clinically significant. At the end of the session, the student appeared to understand how to discern this.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Bedford, VA
I helped the student prepare for her upcoming test by going through the practice test provided in her textbook with her. She understood many of the concepts well already, and I helped her learn the remaining things she needed to know. She seemed more confident about her upcoming test at the end of the session!
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