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CNN has designated Crestwood, KY, as one of the top 100 places to live in the United States. With a population of about 4,700, the home-rule class city is a member of Oldham County. The town was first settled in the 19th century under a different name, which was changed to Crestwood in 1909.

The city is served by Oldham County Schools. Within the district is South Oldham High School, which is ranked as one of the top five high schools in Kentucky. Private tutoring in Crestwood is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. It is important for students to focus on their studies while they are in High School, because their grades will directly impact the colleges they can attend. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Crestwood is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. The University of Louisville is a well-ranked and nearby schooling option for students from Crestwood. The school is ranked in the top 175 schools in the nation. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Crestwood, KY, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools.

Get away from your studies for a little while and give yourself a break. Crestwood has a lot of great locations for you to enjoy, so be sure to spend some time exploring. A great place to start your adventures is the Yew Dell Botanical Gardens. The gardens are stationed in the former home of Theodore Klein, a well-recognized gardener and artisan. The castle-like home and the surrounding gardens are on display to the public all year and are internationally recognized. The gardens are full of unusual trees and shrubs that Klein collected during his time in the home. There are a wide variety of gardens on the property, including formal topiary gardens, traditional English walled gardens, and a signature serpentine garden. The location is a beautiful place to spend an afternoon exploring. It is also available as a space to rent for events such as weddings and fundraisers. The natural areas surrounding the gardens have multiple trails you can hike. The surroundings attract a wide variety of wildlife, so animal enthusiasts will enjoy the hike.

Once you've explored the beautiful town of Crestwood, go back to your studies with a renewed determination to succeed. You can work with Crestwood, KY, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

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Tutoring review by Jessica in Crestwood, KY
Today, the student and I worked on constructing scale diagrams and reviewed some basic rules of geometry. Specifically, we reviewed the definitions of parallel, perpendicular, and the height of a shape (trapezoid, triangle, rectangle). He is struggling with this and seems to need some help conceptualizing the shapes, but he was getting better as the session progressed. The student also indicated that he was having trouble with the coordinate plane, so we did some practice review problems on that. He seems to understand the concept pretty well, but may make simple mistakes sometimes. Continuing to practice will be beneficial. We reviewed the circle equations (d=2r, c=pi d), and we will have to review this again to make sure it sticks permanently. For study skills, we worked on isolating the information that is needed from a question by writing it down. We also worked on checking our work by going over these points once we have our answer. I've noticed that sometimes the student gets caught up in doing a problem a certain way and has trouble seeing it from a different angle. I'm going to figure out some strategies that I can use to help him take a step back, refresh, and look at a problem with fresh eyes. Overall, he has a great attitude and is not afraid to try things that he knows are hard, and will keep working at something until he understands it.
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Tutoring review by Kristi in Crestwood, KY
We reviewed concepts discussed in the student's class, specifically the product rule and antiderivatives. The product rule she caught on to very quickly. We did several practice problems. She had no problem with the simple product rule problems. The more complex problems she seemed nervous about, but once she broke the problems down she didn't have any trouble solving them. Throughout the practice problems, I'd throw in other types of derivative problems to make sure she was thinking about derivatives in general and not just the product rule. This threw her off at first, but then she started thinking beyond the specific topic we were addressing, which is what I was hoping. For the antiderivatives, we discussed conceptually what it is and then did several practice problems. I slowly combined these practice problems with our previous discussion of differentials, such that she solved her first differential equations, without even knowing what a differential equation is. I was very happy that she caught on to the concept quickly. Throughout the practice problems, I noticed some types of derivatives that she hasn't learned yet. I'm assuming they'll be covered in future classes, but if not, then I'll want to focus more time on them during our sessions, so we'll see how those topics evolve in the class. I also introduced the concept of local extrema and using the derivative as a tool for finding and characterizing extrema.
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Tutoring review by Victoria in Crestwood, KY
The student and I worked on linear systems, systems of inequalities, quadratic equations, and using the quadratic formula. We also briefly talked about imaginary numbers and how to work with fractional exponents. I really enjoy working with her, and I think she is progressing even though we've only had two meetings.
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Tutoring review by Dilbagh in Crestwood, KY
The student had been struggling with various problems from previous units, so before going further, we went over these thoroughly. Aside from some minor mistakes, he seemed to have a solid grasp on all concepts. We then covered his current material, which involved isolating variables with equations that have numerous variables.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Crestwood, KY
The student and I went over acid/base equilibria, which covered her lab report and other homework. She did quite well with the topic, as she seems to be the most confident with acid/base chemistry. As the session progressed, she did not need as much prodding from me to solve her problems. As always, I suggested that she review her notes and textbook in order to increase her confidence in the material.
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Tutoring review by Nicholas in Crestwood, KY
The student and I went over trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions today. I explained to him that we select the trig function we are going to use in such a way that we involve our unknown and something we know, ideally. We can remember the rules for trig functions using the phrase "soh-cah-toa." I showed him the algebra of inverse trig functions and explained how taking both sides of an equation of an inverse trig function can "undo" our trig function.
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