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The borough of Chatham, New Jersey, is a part of Morris County, and is situated on a crossing of the Passaic River. The settlement was established in 1710 as John Day's Bridge, but it changed its named to Chatham in 1773. Chatham was incorporated as a village in 1892 and reincorporated as a borough in 1897. Currently Chatham is an extremely pedestrian-friendly community, and CNN has listed it as one of the 100 Best Places to Live in the United States.

The borough is home to Chatham High School, which is ranked by US News as the 16th best secondary institution in New Jersey. It has also received a gold medal for its academics, and it is administered by The School District of the Chathams. If you're looking for a boost in your education at this school, try one-on-one tutoring in Chatham, NJ, which can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams.

The trip to New York City from Chatham only takes around 35-minutes, meaning that you have the opportunity to attend one of the city's amazing colleges or universities. A few of these schools are Columbia University, Barnard College, Fordham University, and New York University. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Chatham, NJ, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online.

Even closer to Chatham is Newark, which many residents of the borough go to for a day of entertainment. One of the city's must-stops is the Newark Museum, where you can admire and peruse over 80 galleries of renowned collections, visit a world-class planetarium, and even take a walk in a beautiful sculpture garden. This is New Jersey's largest museum, and there's something new to see with each visit. Branch Brook Park is a great area to visit if you're looking to spend some time outside, and there you can take advantage of a skating rink, tennis courts, a soccer field, and much more. The park even has stunning cherry blossoms that bloom every spring. The New Jersey Historical Society is another Newark gem, and this building is located in the downtown cultural district. There are two floors of museum exhibits in this establishment, and it contains a large collection of Jersey-related artifacts.

If you are falling behind in your course or schoolwork, online tutoring in Chatham is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. An enthusiastic Chatham tutor is more than eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Don't wait, and take advantage of your own private tutor today.

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Tutoring review by Kathleen in Chatham, NJ
We continued to work on solving different types of linear equations. The student asked for types of linear equations from the last season to review. She continues to excel on solving equations for the unknown variable. Her confidence is beaming as she continues to solve equations on her own. I left some equations for her to work on her own until the our next session.
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Tutoring review by Lee in Chatham, NJ
The student is studying for his Geometry final. During the last session we had just started the "final review" exercise. It was very long, so I told him to attempt it on his own. When we started the session today we went over the very few problems that he did not get correct. We are going back through each chapter review and chapter test and writing cheat sheets for the chapters. He did very well outlining the first two chapters.
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Tutoring review by Alex in Chatham, NJ
We worked on the student's argumentative paper, which broke down the basics. We spent time finding evidence and reading the story that the teacher had assigned. Today, the big step forward that he took was the counterargument in an essay. He handled that very well, and I think his writing has improved over the sessions that we have done. We also did some math at the end to ensure all homework was completed and ready to turn in.
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Tutoring review by Don in Chatham, NJ
The student and I covered sketching graphs of trig functions using exact values, finding amplitude, phase, and stretch of these functions. We also briefly discussed inverse trig functions. (She had a bit of a 'lightbulb moment' when verbalizing a question about the inverse tangent of negative one.) This is where we will pick up in our next session. She had a great attitude and seems to enjoy learning the material! We decided to go over review questions for her upcoming quiz in a few days.
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Tutoring review by Matjaz in Chatham, NJ
Today, we covered several problems involving definite and indefinite integrals. The types of integrals included powers, exponentials, logs, trigs, hyperbolics, and rational. Strategies usually involved breaking up the integrand into easily integrable pieces. The student is doing well and is current with the topic.
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Tutoring review by Connor in Chatham, NJ
Today, we covered domain. The student did not have an understanding of the meaning of domain; she only knew how to find it. We covered the meaning of domain and how to apply that concept to problems; we talked about how to tell the difference between a removed point and an asymptote, and that it doesn't actually affect the domain, but it's useful for graphing. She had no problem finding the values for x that are not a part of the domain; the problem was in converting those numbers to interval notation so it could be written down as an answer. Though it wasn't a part of her homework, we covered square roots and how to deal with them in a domain sense and the inequality that it sets up. We concluded our session working on simplifying expressions and how to evaluate the value of a function in an inequality by using a number line.
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