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Private Tutoring in Berkeley, MO

Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best tutors in Berkeley, MO work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

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Berkeley Tutoring FAQ

Berkeley is a city located in St. Louis County, Missouri. The city has a population of roughly 9,000. It is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis. Berkeley was incorporated in 1937.

The town's public schools operate in the Ferguson-Florissant School District. The city's sole secondary campus is McCluer South-Berkeley High School. Want to feel more confident about your educational possibilities? With private tutoring in Berkeley, you can receive the kind of test prep and instruction you need, whether it's in-home or online. There are several colleges and universities in the area, such as the University of Missouri: St. Louis, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis Christian College, and the Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Berkeley, MO, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

Berkeley has a park system that is comprised of 11 parks, which span an approximate 50 acres. Examples of parks in the area are Edgewood Park, Frostwood Park, Independence Park, and Jackson Park. These recreational areas and others have playgrounds, athletic fields and courts, picnic shelters, and other leisure amenities. Berkeley is also the home of the Ramona Lake Complex. The complex is known for its fishing opportunities and relaxing atmosphere. There is also space for running and walking exercises. For swimming and other aquatic activities, the town's community pool is a site worth visiting. Norwood Hills Country Club, Bellefontaine Conservation Area, and Jeske Park are three more places to visit in town. The latter features a sculpture garden that is spread over an estimated 10 acres. Located approximately 10 miles south of Berkeley is the city of St. Louis, Missouri. St. Louis has a population of roughly 318,400 citizens. Things to do in St. Louis include visits to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, Forest Park, and the Gateway Arch. The arch stands approximately 630 feet tall. Clad in stainless steel, it is the largest arch in the world. Another highlight in town is the Missouri Botanical Garden. The garden offers horticultural displays, education programs, a butterfly house, and more. It's a pleasant blend of nature, scenic views, and education.

Skilled in-person or online Berkeley tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. Berkeley, MO, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Recent Berkeley Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Ronald in Berkeley, MO
The student and I worked on her assignment for Limiting Reactants in Chemistry. I explained to her the concepts for Limiting Reactants and Stoichiometry. She was able to understand the material very quickly. I left her with additional practice problems from the book to ensure she is ready for his make-up quizzes.
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Tutoring review by Christian in Berkeley, MO
The student began working on separable differential equations since the last time we met, and she said she was having some trouble with it. It seemed to me that she knew that she would need to cross multiply an equation, but she didn't understand when to do it or why. I tried showing her how we could deal with an expression like dy/dx algebraically as if they were variables on their own. This helped a bit, but she still seemed unsatisfied. After some practice problems, it began to make more sense for her. I suspect that she was over-thinking many of the problems. To correct this, I told her to take a step back and break down the problem piece by piece, making sure she understood every part of the question before answering. Overall, her grades have been improving which is a good thing.
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Tutoring review by Mariah in Berkeley, MO
Today in our session we went through her homework assignment. Topics covered were confidence intervals for the difference of two means and the difference of two proportions. We also covered chi-square test of independence. The student feels confident in her ability to pass her upcoming exam; however, she will contact me with any further questions.
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Tutoring review by Jade in Berkeley, MO
The student did a speed assessment for "3's,4's and 5's" multiplication facts. She was taught adding and subtracting fractions using the previous skills of simplifying fractions to do so. In addition, she completed multi-step word problems involving combination of addition and subtraction to solve. She was left with additional practice on her "4's, 5's and 6's" multiplication facts, changing mixed numbers into improper fractions and improper fractions into mixed numbers, and adding and subtracting unlike fractions.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Berkeley, MO
The student proved to me that he is very confident with complex numbers and being able to graph them. We went over graphing complex numbers and finding the midpoint and distances from each other. I also threw in some review problems from last session. I encouraged him to complete problems from his worksheet to extend his confidence in the subject. He does need to show his work; I feel this will alleviate the mistakes in sign notation. Great Job!
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Tutoring review by Annalisa in Berkeley, MO
The student took three 1-minute quizzes to review multiplication, division, and subtraction fast facts. Then, we reviewed the steps for foiling and different ways to factor equations. Finally, we reviewed the slope-intercept formula and practiced finding putting equations into slope-intercept form, finding the equation using two points, and finding the equation using a point and the slope. The student remembered some things quickly (such as FOILing and the formula for slopes), but sometimes could not remember how to apply those concepts (such as what x1 and y1 refer to in the formula and how to plug those numbers in). He is great at communicating and letting me know when concepts do and don't make sense to him.
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