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Brainard, New York, is an area within the village of East Nassau. The village is in Rensselaer County. East Nassau has a population of approximately 600. The village is in the eastern region of the town of Nassau.

New Lebanon Senior High School is just seven miles away from Brainard, in the New Lebanon Central School District. The district serves the Brainard and East Nassau areas. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Brainard are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Tutors in Brainard, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. Approximately 25 miles away, Albany houses several colleges and universities, including the University at Albany, SUNY, Excelsior College, and Albany Law School. A Brainard, NY, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

Just 15 miles from Brainard is Oyster Bay, home to Theodore Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill. The home is often referred to as the Summer White House and is open for public tours and field trips. You can start your day at the visitor center to get your tour tickets and see small exhibits of the President and his family. After the visitor center, make your way up the paved trail to the home itself, where a guide will meet you. You can watch an educational video about the President, receive a guided tour of his home, and explore the Old Orchard grounds that the house sits on. Only 10 miles away is the Cradle of Aviation Museum and Education Center. The museum provides educational programs, field trips, and outreach programs. Take your next field trip to the museum and take part in the 50 minute interactive classes offered. You can learn about astronomy, astrophysics, and earth science in a fun interactive setting. Museum instructors utilize the museum exhibits, arts and crafts, and a domed theater for learning. For summer learning fun, the museum hosts several different camps for kids. You can sign up for Space Camp, Messy Camp, or an engineering camp.

Are you hoping to become a student at one of the colleges or universities located in nearby Albany? Brainard, NY, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

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Tutoring review by Joseph in Brainard, NY
This session we covered positive/negative numbers and solving equations. The student understands most of the problems. The student has been left vocabulary work for Friday.
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Tutoring review by Patrick in Brainard, NY
We discussed the student's review sheet for the upcoming math test. Included factoring polynomials, graphing functions, including piecewise linear and step functions.
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Tutoring review by Dorothy in Brainard, NY
The student showed me her test from last week, on which she scored an 90%. We reviewed the problems she missed, and she verbalized her understanding of her mistakes. We then reviewed material that she will be tested on this week. She identified the areas that are hardest for her, so we worked on those problems together. We did take a "brain break" and I introduced her to a quick reset exercise for her brain. After we had reviewed chapter vocabulary, I gave her a 6 question quiz from my math resources, and she was able to complete all but one successfully. We talked about the problem she struggled with, and she identified the mistake. I reviewed test taking strategies with her again, and asked her to keep a list of concepts / lessons that challenged her for our next session.
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Tutoring review by Kourtney in Brainard, NY
We covered renal physiology, particularly micturition and the relationship between Na, K, and H. The student did well with putting the steps of urine processing and output in the correct order. I used teach back and visual aids as strategies.
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Tutoring review by Maggie in Brainard, NY
The student has a test coming up this week, so he wanted to review the sections that will be on the exam, particularly solving inequalities using addition and subtraction. He knows how to solve the inequalities, but he tends to have some difficulty when adding and subtracting negative numbers. He makes small errors in calculation. Graphing the solutions is something he does well in, so he just needs to practice using negative numbers.
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Tutoring review by Reed in Brainard, NY
The student and I covered circles, arc length, sector area, triangles, slopes of lines, equations of lines, and coordinate geometry. He initially had a hard time with the concept of slope, but he asked good clarifying questions. By the end, he had fully understood the concept and how to apply it to many kinds of problems. Other aspects of the other topics, or some analog of them, were more familiar to him, and once he connected it to a topic he already knew, he was able to perform the problems fluently.
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