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Butler is a borough in Morris County, located in northern New Jersey. It has a population of 7,500. The borough is known for the Butler Museum, which is located in the former NYS&W Railroad station.

Butler High School is the primary High School in Butler, and it is served by the Butler Public Schools School District. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Butler? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. Are you looking to apply to a top ranking college? Ramapo College of New Jersey is a great option, as it is ranked in the top 50 colleges in the North, and so is Montclair University, in Upper Montclair. Perhaps Drew University would be the college for you; it ranks in the top 115 liberal arts colleges in the United States. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Butler, NJ, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

There are plenty of attractions in Butler to visit. Hang out for a while in Silas Condict Park, which covers 1,508 acres of land. There are several scenic overlooks and a 7-acre lake where swimming and paddleboating is encouraged in the warmer months. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are popular when snow is on the ground. The park also provides picnic shelters and a rentable softball field for softball league tournaments. You must visit the Butler Museum, which used to be a railroad station. There are displays in every room, varying from military, town industries, and world famous topics. Dive into the Stony Brook community pool to help you wake up for the day, or go for an evening swimming class. Tour the Mt. Holiness Memorial Park, a beautiful tribute to the town's heritage. After a long day of swimming, drive over to the Galaxy Diner, a traditional, lovable small-town diner with food that is always delicious. If you want more history, the L'Ecole Kinnelon Museum, in Kinnelon, is a great place for you if you love learning about the local history of where you live. There you can check out the maps of the county from over the years, photographs that speak more than 1,000 words, and artifacts that have been preserved to be observed for history's sake.

Do you need some extra help with your studies? Online and in-person Butler tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep. You can work with Butler, NJ, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

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Tutoring review by Maani in Butler, NJ
We reviewed the correlation coefficient, its method of calculation, using its table, and applying it to hypothesis testing.
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Tutoring review by Patrick in Butler, NJ
We discussed the student's finals schedule and about which finals he has academic concerns. From there we discussed a study style and organization ideas for how to wrap his brain around the topics using index cards and a cork-board/bulletin board idea. After that we looked over the topics he figured, at this early point, would make their way onto his math final exam. We did general overviews of each chapter with examples, and tried to center in on what he may need to focus on at a later session. Our next steps are to find out as much as possible about what will be on the final exam and of those topics, what the student may need the most work with.
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Tutoring review by Alexander in Butler, NJ
We covered the law of cosines and law of sines and reviewed factoring. I taught the student a new way to factor that he better understands.
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Tutoring review by Xuan in Butler, NJ
In this session, the student and I began by going over her questions about her homework problems. We reviewed how to compare fractions with different denominators, and how to spot situations where it is possible to use reason to compare fractions. She sometimes thought that it was possible to use mental reasoning to compare fractions in cases where she should have actually used math to do so. So, we continued to work on developing her ability to manipulate and reason with fractions. We discussed whether a given fraction was less than half or more than half - and, using this knowledge, we worked on predicting whether two fractions would add to more than one or less than one. We then tested our predictions by actually adding and subtracting fractions. She did a great job following the steps to add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers, as well as explaining her work. However, she was less sure when making predictions about the outcome of more complex problems involving adding or subtracting mixed numbers. We will continue to practice this next time. In the second part of the session, she and I worked on understanding positive and negative numbers. We used a number line to visualize adding and subtracting positives and negatives. We also practiced multiplying positive and negative numbers, and predicting when an answer would be negative and when it would be positive. Overall, she did very well in adding, subtracting, and multiplying with negative numbers. We will work on using negative numbers in algebraic equations during our next session.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Butler, NJ
This was my first session with this student. She started algebra as a 9th grader a week ago. She is hoping a tutor can help clarify some of her questions as she progresses through the class. In this session, we worked through her homework from Chapter 2.5 and 2.6. There were many multi-step word problems and absolute value problems that we worked through while clarifying the teacher's notes and formulas. We also looked back on the review packet where she was able to show me which problems she had trouble with - finding X when there are fractions and when X is part of a fraction. We talked about the different methods for solving these problems and which method might work best for her. We talked about the importance of finding a common denominator and of doing the same operations to both sides of the equation.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Butler, NJ
We reviewed the online assignments from the student's Spanish class. This consisted of using vocabulary and working on the conjugations of verbs and adverbs.
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