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The town of Christiansburg, Virginia, is part of Montgomery County, and is the home of about 21,000 people. The town was incorporated in 1972, and it was a stagecoach stop between Nashville, Tennessee, and Richmond, Virginia, during the 1850s. The town motto is, "Progressive Small Town Living at its Best." Interestingly, American folk heroes Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone both stayed in Christiansburg for a period of their lives.

Christiansburg High is the only High School in the town, and the Montgomery County Public School District administers it. You'll have the opportunity to attend one of several excellent universities or colleges in Roanoke, which is just 35 miles away from Christiansburg. Some of these schools are Hollins University, Jefferson College of Health Sciences, and Roanoke College. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Christiansburg, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools. With the assistance of tutors in Christiansburg, VA, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities.

This historic center has a number of old and charming attractions to visit, and you're sure to always find something new to explore in Christiansburg. One great destination to check out is the Huckleberry Trail, which is family friendly and a great excuse to get outside. This trail is beautiful, and goes through different areas of both Christiansburg and neighboring Blacksburg. The Starlite Drive-In is a nostalgic destination where you can relax, hang out with your friends or family, and enjoy a movie under the stars. The snacks here are fantastic, and you can grab popcorn, cotton candy, hotdogs, and fried mac and cheese.

The Christiansburg Aquatic Center is another must-stop, and here you can relax in a number of different pools, and interact with the friendly and helpful lifeguards; it is fun for all ages. The Falls Ridge Preserve offers it visitors innumerable outdoor experiences, where you'll be able to admire waterfalls, caves, and various species of wildlife. The Cambria Emporium is a lovely place to stop by, where you can browse various antiques that span two stories of a large building.

Online and in-person Christiansburg tutoring sessions will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. An enthusiastic Christiansburg tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online.

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Tutoring review by Brian in Christiansburg, VA
Today we worked on trig functions of angles on the unit circle. The student is comfortable with figuring out reference angles and computing the trig functions. We covered the unit; circle and graphing sin, cos, tan, and I will quiz her on those topics next session.
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Tutoring review by Robert in Christiansburg, VA
We wrote an essay about the definition of courage. The student struggled a little bit with explaining the conceptual ideas behind the essay, but did quite well when he was able to come up with his own examples to explain the definition. I think his creative writing is much stronger than his technical or nonfiction writing. It seems that most of the outside of school reading he does is fiction.
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Tutoring review by Sarah Brooke in Christiansburg, VA
Today I worked with Student 1 first. We reviewed his math homework together. It was adding multiple decimals. His math is very good, but his handwriting is a bit uneven and this causes him to make mistakes. He needs to make sure to line up the decimals and the digits in the correct places, use a subtraction line to keep things straight, and write his numbers clearly. Every single time he got the wrong answer, it was because he couldn't read what he had written or hadn't lined it up correctly. Then we did the fraction part, and he did well. Next, I worked with Student 2 on some VERY hard problems that his teacher wanted him to do for the whole theory of problem solving. We chose three and worked them out.
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Tutoring review by Lindsey in Christiansburg, VA
The student has a group test on Wednesday. We went through all the sections that will be covered on that test. She had no questions and did well with all the problems I gave her. She completed her homework and did some review with me.
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Tutoring review by Kristy in Christiansburg, VA
Tonight, we reviewed homework problems on adding fractions. I told the student to start writing all of her steps down on paper rather than doing them in her head. I also noticed that she would mix up her addition and subtraction signs sometimes, so I think it would be helpful to have her check the original problem after she writes it down on paper to make sure it is written correctly.
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Tutoring review by Laura in Christiansburg, VA
The student's class is working with absolute value problems this week, so we started there. Although she was quick to grasp the basic concept of an absolute value, working through the problems showed she was missing a lot of background concepts (probably from last year). We made a good start on fractions, but it will take a while to catch up with her class. It was obviously hard and scary for her to admit that she didn't know how to do something and try to do it anyhow. I could tell she was really trying, and I'm pleased with how much progress she made in this first lesson.
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