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Duquesne, PA, is a city in Allegheny County, in eastern Pennsylvania. It has a population of 5,600 residents. The town is known for its home on the edge of the Monongahela River. The city is within the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.

The primary High School in the city is Duquesne High School, and it is served by the Duquesne City School District. Private Duquesne tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. If you are looking to work hard and attend a top college, Chatham University is a great college for you. It ranks in the top 75 colleges to attend in the North. One of the most esteemed colleges in all of Pennsylvania is Carnegie Mellon, which ranks in the top 25 universities in the United States. Other exemplary choices are the University of Pittsburgh, Carlow University, Penn State Greater Allegheny, and Point Park University. Conveniently, Duquesne, PA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

There are plenty of attractions to visit in Duquesne. There is almost always live entertainment in and around the city. You can see artists such as Drake, Madison Rising, Third Day, or Bayside at various venues, such as the CONSOL Energy Center and the Heinz History Center. Have a fun day at Mr. Smalls Funhouse, a theater and funhouse combined. It has a state-of-the-art theater, with ample room for concerts, open mics, comedy shows, birthday parties, and anything else you can think of. Musical artists such as Smashing Pumpkins, Tyler the Creator, Arctic Monkeys, and Rusted Root have performed at the theater. The theater is known for its amazing acoustics, as many artists have used it to record live albums. It can be rented for private events, such as wedding receptions, bar mitzvahs, prom dances, college functions, or a company gathering. Drive over to the Golden Triangle Bike Rental shack with some of your friends to rent a bike and go biking on the various trails or in downtown Pittsburgh. If there are kids along for the trip, you can rent children bike seats for them to ride in as you pedal your way through the historic city.

Do you need assistance with studying for an upcoming test? Duquesne tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam. One-on-one tutoring in Duquesne, PA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Duquesne, PA
The student came prepared with her homework completed and questions from the homework. She is working on a review for her first test in calculus on limits, finding the limit of a function, and finding the limit of trigonometric functions. Per her request, we discussed the intermediate value theorem and using delta epsilon analysis to prove the limit of a function. After finishing the review, the student completed one exercise from each section in the chapter.
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Tutoring review by Maggie in Duquesne, PA
The student is still working on his unit on circles, so I gave him many practice problems finding arc measures and using properties of tangent lines. He understands this material well, so he breezed through the problems. I decided to introduce a new topic on inscribed angles. These properties are easy for him to understand, so he picked this up quickly as well. He has had no problems at all with this unit.
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Tutoring review by Zachary in Duquesne, PA
We covered linear graphing in depth, using stair step method, and did word problems to practice. The student is struggling a little bit with guessing too often instead of thinking it through. His attitude is improving when we do our own problems. Strategies included breaking the problem into smaller steps (find the slope, intercept, make a point, use stair step, etc.).
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Duquesne, PA
The student has improved much over this year and is a lot more confident in his problem solving. This session we went over his homework (Law of Cosines). We spent most of the time, however, working on a his first review packet for finals. He did well and seems to have a strong grasp on the material we have covered this year. I would like to see him work on writing a little more clearly and taking more responsibility for his organizational development.
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Tutoring review by Natasha in Duquesne, PA
The students were great, engaged students. We covered dimensional analysis and mass spec; I gave them a few packets of notes as well that might be helpful!
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Tutoring review by Randi in Duquesne, PA
Today, the student and I covered topics that included simplifying rational expressions. We went over when a fraction is undefined and how to solve for that. We also worked on the rules regarding multiplying and dividing rational expressions and adding and subtracting rational expressions. These topics build on information that we previously worked on. He continues to pick up the concepts easily and works hard to understand the topics we cover. He works best by practicing several problems for each topic. He also continues to be very hard working and cooperative.
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