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Berlin, CT, became a town in 1785. As a member of Hartford County, the town is at the center of Connecticut. The town has a residential and industrial population of about 20,000. The town includes two hamlets, known as Kensington and East Berlin.

Berlin High School provides education for the students of the town, and is a member of the Berlin School District. You can put in the work to try to keep up with online tutoring in Berlin for your courses or test prep. High School can be difficult, but those who get through with the best academic record possible will get into some of the nation's best colleges. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Berlin, CT, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools. Yale University is a nearby and very well-ranked college option for students. As a member of the top five colleges in the United States, it will be difficult for all but the best students to gain admission. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Berlin tutor can help you with your test prep and courses.

While studying is important, you should spend some time having fun while you're in Berlin. The town has some great attractions for you to visit and enjoy. If you're looking to practice your golf swing, head to Safari Golf. The 18-hole golf course is an animal-themed course with beautifully designed landscaping and art. You and a group of friends can enjoy putting the hours away on the hillside course that has won several awards for its clever designs. If you're lucky enough to get a hole in one on the 18th hole, you can return again for a free game!

Once you've tested your putting abilities, try out your mind at Team vs. Time. The escape room challenges you and a group of friends to solve a series of mental riddles that will lead you closer to escaping the room you've been placed in. Team vs. Time has a variety of storylines for you to choose from, including magic themes, gangster mysteries, and alchemist's puzzles. The room has a set limit of time in which you must solve the problem.

Once you've tested your physical and mental abilities, don't forget the importance of studying. Tutors in Berlin, CT, can help you realize your greatest potential.

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Tutoring review by Jan in Berlin, CT
Today the student wanted to go over some basics. We spent the session discussing means, variance, and standard deviations. Then we calculated a variance and standard deviation by hand as a way of helping her to understand what the numbers mean and where they come from. I gave her some more sets of numbers to work with to calculate the means, var., and SD.
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Tutoring review by David in Berlin, CT
The student and I worked on parametric equations. He understands the concepts well. We will work on vectors next.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Berlin, CT
The student has no homework. We worked on practice problems from a math assessment packet. They involved looking at various types of problems and allowing him to solve familiar problems and new ones. We also reviewed concepts from his last chapter: percentage, decimal, fractions, and converting between them. We also covered rounding off or estimating to the nearest ten or nearest tenth. Both areas of review show him to be feeling more comfortable with applying what he knows. The math assessment problem solving shows him to be good with fractions, reciprocals, long division, area and perimeters of quadrilaterals, reading graphs, reducing fractions, and doing some commonsense calculations when starting a problem, i.e., where reasonable answers fall. For the next meeting I will copy his math table of contents and start to review what he's studied this school year, including more practice problems as well.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Berlin, CT
Today, we went over the topics that were going to be on the student's final exam for geometry. We spent some time on special triangles but the majority of the time was spent on circles. We went over secant, tangent, cords, major and minor arcs. She seemed more comfortable after the session and was confident she would do well on her exam.
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Tutoring review by Sandra in Berlin, CT
Today, the student and I discussed his homework. He had a chapter quiz paper for the book Maroo of the Winter Caves. He was able to answer all questions correctly and reference his answer to a particular page in the book. We then worked on his vocabulary packet, the concept being covered was compound words. He was able to complete this work with very little help using his deductive reasoning skills. Next, we discussed his Social Studies handout. He stated that Social Studies was his favorite subject in school . They were studying Ancient Civilizations -Fertile Crescent. He answered all questions correctly, we put all his work in his binder. I then reviewed his school binder and looked over work that had been returned to him by his teacher. We discussed how he had all the correct answers yet points were taken off for grammar. We went back and double-checked his homework making necessary grammar corrections. Finally, I had him read to me from his book, stopping to discuss character traits and vocabulary. I gave him a helpful tip that as he reads to keep a stack of post its by his book, and when he comes across a word he doesn't know to write it on the post it to look up later. Next session is scheduled for Tuesday.
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Tutoring review by Justis in Berlin, CT
I was taken away by the drastic improvement in the student's math skills as she most recently showed me her grade on her quiz which was 80! What an improvement. I am very happy and honored to have been impacting her in such a positive and quick way. Today we worked on questions she got incorrect on the quiz and her homework sets that involved unit rate, constant ratio, and constant of proportionality. She had some trouble in the beginning but quickly learned how to tackle these questions. She is well on her way to be able to tackle these questions on her own and I am glad that she has made much improvement since the time I have started to tutor her.
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