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Chestertown is a town residing in Kent County, Maryland. The town's population is roughly 5,300. It's namesake is the Chester River. The town was incorporated in 1805. It is home to many sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as Carvill Hall, the Chestertown Railroad Station, and Washington College: Middle, East, and West Halls.

The Kent County Public Schools System serves the students of Chestertown. Kent County High School is the closest secondary campus to the town. A private Chestertown tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. The postsecondary options in the Chestertown area include Washington College, Notre Dame of Maryland University, the University of Maryland: Baltimore, and the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these schools if you connect with one of the Chestertown, MD, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

There are several sites of interest in Chestertown, such as the Carla Massoni Gallery. The gallery brings artists of national and international recognition to the Chesapeake region. Local artists are featured as well. For live performances, you should visit the Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre. The theatre showcases concerts, speakers, and special events, among others. Monthly events at the theatre include the Chester River youth Choir, Open Mic Night, and Live Songwriters' Society. For more arts and culture, be sure to visit Chestertown RiverArts Gallery, Tree of Life Gallery of American Craft, the Fine Arts Conservation Center, and the Historical Society of Kent County. Annual events in Chestertown include Earth Stewardship Days, the National Music Festival, Taste of Chestertown, and the Chestertown Tea Party Festival. The festival features a parade, raft race, revolutionary playwright competition, and much more. Located approximately 30 miles east of Chestertown is Dover, Delaware. Dover is the capital and second largest city in the state, boasting a population of roughly 37,400. First State Heritage Park, the Delaware Legislative Hall, and the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village are three sites of interest in the capital. The museum features tractors and farm equipment, with a neighboring 1890s village. It is dedicated to communicating the nation's agricultural heritage, particularly as it relates to Delaware.

Tutors in Chestertown, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. Chestertown, MD, tutors might help students gain admittance into the school of their dreams.

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Tutoring review by Lucia in Chestertown, MD
The student and I planned for the future sessions and continued our algebra review. We went over questions from the math review, and we reviewed solving both linear and quadratic equations. She is catching onto factoring and the quadratic formula well. The student is showing fantastic improvement in her algebra skills. Tomorrow, we will meet and finish algebra and begin geometry.
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Tutoring review by Cynthia in Chestertown, MD
We worked on calculating angles in triangles. She worked through 15 problems similar to her sample exam. We will review older material as well as how to structure answers to questions (let x statements, multiple variables/multiple equations etc.).
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Tutoring review by Steve in Chestertown, MD
Today the student and I reviewed the material he needs to know for his test tomorrow. We were able to cover a broad range of materials, including implicit differentiation, the chain rule, the quotient rule, and finding normal and tangent lines. As long as he can think clearly through these problems, I think he has the potential to do well. I told them if he has any more questions as he is studying tonight that he should not hesitate to call me.
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Tutoring review by Lyndsy in Chestertown, MD
The student worked on a chapter review for rate of change and linear functions. He can easily identify coordinates, and with a small reminder can find slope using (y1-y2)/(x1-x2). He has some challenges finding the y-intercept. He has improved in being able to identify which is the dependent and which is the independent variable in word problems or from a graph. He also completed a chapter summary from history about the 1920's. I taught him how to go back and reread info he has already read to find the answer. Per a request from the student's mother, he and I have started to practice pronunciations with multi-syllabic words. The middle syllable is the one he is challenged by the most.
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Tutoring review by Junior in Chestertown, MD
Today, the student was starting new material on multiplication properties of exponents, including zero exponents, and negative exponents. The strategy was to model the rules with examples: (a^3*a^2)=a^5; (a^3)^4=a^12; (a*b^2)^3=a^3*b^6. Rule for zero exponent:n^0=1 unless n=0. (0^0 is undefined.) The rule with negative exponents was explained to him in terms of reciprocals of the base. Extra practice with simplifying exponential expressions and graphing exponential functions was provided.
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Tutoring review by Audrey in Chestertown, MD
The student reviewed his multiplication facts and did a good job. We worked on a packet from his classroom teacher on measurement conversions. I attempted to show him how to set up a ratio for the conversion equivalences that he needed. It is a concept that will be reviewed. He completed the first problem set. I remarked that there was a section his parents needed to help him with at home, measuring the area of his house.
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