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About Danbury

Danbury, CT, is located within the New York metropolitan area. It is ranked 7th in population among Connecticut cities. Danbury is nicknamed the Hat City. At one point in its history, this city was responsible for the production of 25 percent of the hats in the US.

There are three high schools within the city limits of Danbury. Henry Abbott Technical High School, also known as Abbott Tech, is affiliated with the Connecticut Technical High School System. The Danbury Public School District is home to Danbury High School. Immaculate High School is a private Roman Catholic School overseen by the Diocese of Bridgeport. One-on-one tutoring in Danbury, CT, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams. Danbury tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today.

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We prepared for the student's exam, which was the next day. We went over probability. The student did excellently and did not have any problems with the material.
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Today we spent more time on her Trigonometry problem set, and we also covered some Chemistry problems.
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We went over what he has done in class so far. We went over colligative properties and the equations that went with it, too. I explained the variables to him for each equation and how they can be used in problems. Going over the equations took awhile, because it is probably the most complicated material for this section. Then I went through the rest of the material with him to figure out his understanding of everything. I asked him questions along the way. He mentioned that his professor does not explain things very well, and that they just list things on the board. I tried making the connection between the equations and concepts for him. It seems like he didn't remember too much from gen chem I, maybe because the long summer was in between the two classes. However, after I explained some things and he repeated the information back in his words, he was able to explain things well. I think he just needs more time with the material. He said he's going to take the time to look through his book and organize his notes better and do more practice problems.
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I started to help the student understand his homework assignment and the statistics concepts taught in his course. It's definitely the most difficult material I have taught, and he made definite progress.
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This session was spent primarily on more math practice. The student warmed up with a couple of math drills before we began doing practice problems from the practice book. The student is still a little slow to answer questions, but overall does well and solves problems correctly. We briefly looked at a few practice English questions just to make sure there were no issues in that area. The student did very well, and I left her with 20 practice math problems from her own book to do as homework.
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The student and I covered FRQ's in preparation for her exam, dealing with 2 dimensional kinematics and problems that dealt with variables and not solving for a specific numeric answer. She seemed a little confused at first, but she caught on by the end of the session.
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