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About Covington

Covington is located in Newton County, Georgia. It has a population of 13,300 residents and serves as the county seat. It is part of the Greater Atlanta Area, and residents living in the city are 35 miles away from downtown Atlanta.

Students who live in Covington are serviced by the Newton County School District, which is the home of Alcovy, Eastside, and Newton High Schools. Private tutoring in Covington is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Covington tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels.

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Today the student and I discussed the difference between functions and relationships. We went through a packet with problems from the chapter and worked through each question. The problems mostly consisted of plugging in x values (inputs) to determine the y values (outputs), graphing the given coordinates, and stating the domain and range. The student sometimes has difficulty approaching new problems, even if he has successfully done similar problems before. What I emphasized today is that, although the problems may look different, the methodology he uses should be exactly the same. I told him that when he sees something he doesn't know to make a minute, step back, and see if it is asking something similar to another problem. With practice, his confidence will increase to the point where he is able to conquer problems he hasn't seen before without hesitation. I left him a few problems to work on before our next session, which touched on every concept we covered today.
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The student solved homework problems involving probabilities and percentage changes. The most interesting case was the comparison of test scores between New Jersey and Nebraska students, divided into white and non-white. The overall average was higher in Nebraska even though both averages were lower in Nebraska. Finally we went over the problems with percentage change that were there on the first quiz. Since the student's performance was only average on the quiz, we went deeper into percentage change problems, and how to set them up with the base.
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As they are still comfortable with what's going on in class, I went ahead to new topics in today's session. We discussed quadratics. They both had some familiarity with them, but they both needed to be refreshed. After some basic problems, we discussed-- how to factor them; what the purpose of factoring them was, and how it related to other things they had done; the method and process to factor them; completing the square; and then deriving the quadratic formula by completing the square.
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We went over required and recommended homework problems regarding work and potential/kinetic energies. We then went over foundational concepts from the next chapter on fluids, especially Archimedes' principle (buoyancy).
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We worked on vocabulary and reading comprehension. There are still some words that the student has trouble pronouncing but she has really improved in her understanding of what she is reading. She finds the answers is the context much more readily than she did before. Her vocabulary is also improving.
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The student and I went over Lesson 5 in Verbal Reasoning and she has been assigned Lesson 6 as time allows. We finished all strategies in Reading Comprehension and are ready to work exclusively on pacing in January. We also managed to finished going over all strategies and background information for the mathematics section today, and completed Drill 1 in her book.
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