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Covington, VA, is an independent city in the Commonwealth of Virginia. It has a population of nearly 6,000 residents. The name received its name in honor of General Leonard Covington, a hero of the War of 1812 and a friend of Presidents Madison and Jefferson.

The two high schools that serve the town are Alleghany High, which is within the Alleghany County Public Schools, and Covington High, which is part of the Covington City Public Schools School District. Skilled in-person or online Covington tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. If you are itching to go to an elite college after High School, you are close to many great options near Covington. Nearby Washington and Lee University ranks within America's top 15 liberal arts colleges. Another great liberal arts college is the Virginia Military Institute. Other top schools in the area include Hollins University, Roanoke College, Southern Virginia University, and the Jefferson College of Health Sciences. Tutors in Covington, VA, can provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to pursue admission to a prestigious school.

Covington has many great features for you to check out. The Jackson River Recreation and Sports Complex is a facility you should become familiar with because of its many amenities and opportunities for fun. There are multiple ballfields, basketball courts, tennis courts, walking areas, an amphitheater, and so much more. Gather a group of friends on a weekend and enjoy the facilities that the complex offers. or, pack a lunch and go for a swim with some friends at Main Street Park, which has a large, handicap-accessible pool and a great diving area. The pool is open from June through Labor Day. Is there a new movie out that you just have to see? Take a buddy to the R/C Covington Movies 3 theater for a great viewing experience. For a little escape from Covington without actually having to leave, stop into the Double C Cafe, which provides a unique dining experience and atmosphere.

What are your goals for the future? Is college involved? Studying for college doesn't have to be scary. If you are hoping to further your education through private instruction, there are tutors in Covington who look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. An expert Covington, VA, tutor might be an asset to anyone who wants to work to get into a top college or university.

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Tutoring review by Martin in Covington, VA
The student and I continued covering rational functions. In this session, we specifically covering rules and strategies for plotting them (asymptotic, roots, behavior in sections of the domain). We also covered some material from a previous test that she had gotten incorrect. She sometimes has trouble focusing but once we are able to flesh out a concept a few times, she is able to grasp it.
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Tutoring review by Mihir in Covington, VA
Today with the student I went over basic introductions with ratios and volumes again. Because I haven't had a tutoring session with her in 2 weeks, I went and reviewed some of the things we covered earlier. She is very good with math, but she struggles with new concepts. But, she still wants to learn how to do the math which is a good sign. I am going to email her some homework so she can work on that.
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Tutoring review by Joshua in Covington, VA
We continued with another standardized review exam; but this one was online. Some things I had to refresh her memory on, but all in all she did quite well for herself; she can sense it as well.
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Tutoring review by Abdullah in Covington, VA
We went over sections 1 and 2 of chapter 23 and 24. Those sections pertained to viruses and prokaryotes, their structure, function and different types.
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Tutoring review by Mohamed in Covington, VA
We continued working on sequences and geometric series solving applied problems. The student continues to improve in his learning. We had the opportunity to go over strategies in building geometric series from applied problems. I recommended that he reads the related chapter from the book I provided. The session went great and we plan to continue working on his packet on Thursday.
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Tutoring review by Art in Covington, VA
We spent this session reviewing the chapter of his book for which he will be tested. The student was still very confident with his factoring and use of quadratic formula, but I found some very basic conceptual gaps in his understanding of quadratics from the sections before we had begun meeting. The sections that we covered were graphing, finding the axis of symmetry, finding the vertex, and graphing without making a x and y chart. He initially struggled with all of the topics, and it did not seem like he had really had a whole lot of experience with these topics. We were able to make some significant headway on these by relating all of these topics to the sessions we had previously had, specifically with the quadratic formula and factoring. I wrote out an example packet with step by step worked problems for him to review before his test, while he worked through the sections and I provided the necessary guidance. Sometimes the guidance was very hands on, but other times he was able to figure it out with just a few questions. The topic that he really struggled on, and which he required the most time on, was the axis of symmetry concept. I felt that he did very well on all of the topics that we reviewed. At the end of the lesson, I gave him a quadratic on which I asked him to find every single piece of information he could, without making an x/y chart. He was able to successfully make a full graph, with zeros, vertex, and y-intercept. I feel that he has the necessary skills and conceptual understanding to do very well on his next test, if he only reviews all of the notes, his books, and the materials I left him. The student had several light bulb moments when he realized how all of these topics are interconnected.
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