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About East Brunswick

The township of East Brunswick is located within Middlesex County, and borders the southern shore of the Raritan River. The town was first incorporated in 1860, and currently is home to about 22,000 people. The community was originally agrarian, but it was transformed into a suburban population following World War II. East Brunswick's population was around 6,000 in 1950, but it exploded to include 20,000 residents by 1960.

East Brunswick High School is the only secondary institution within the East Brunswick Public Schools District. The school is also ranked as the 47th best secondary institution in New Jersey. Being one of the top students at this school could give you the kind of application credentials that you need for college, so being able to study well is a must. Tutors in East Brunswick, NJ, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam. Online or in-person East Brunswick, NJ, tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep.

Top tutors from Columbia and other respected universities serving the NYC metro area. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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Today the student and I worked through the problems in Section 5.1 in her text. She worked through most of the problems quickly, however there were 3 or 4 problems that were quite difficult. I will go home and work them out so that she and I can go through them tomorrow when we meet again.
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Despite his other pressing priorities (e.g. AP Chemistry and English), the student has completed most of the objectives I've set up for him. I've conducted assessments and now know his weak areas. So, I assigned him targeted reading and strongly urged him to underline significant passages. We've also done plenty of outline prep, which will be important since there are two essay sections on the AP history test
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Worked through a problem set, covering one last definition of derivative problem, differentiability and graphing, taking straight derivatives, and the relationship between a function's graph and that of its derivative function.
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East Brunswick, NJ tutoring
Today we focused on Math. According to the homework she has trouble translating word problems, and working out multiple step problems. We discussed different approaches to the Math questions, and common algebraic translations. We also discussed operations involving fractions. We also reviewed overall strategies and time management. H.W- reading comprehension and fractions worksheet.
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I answered a few of the student's questions and then we went through a practice test he had. He has a much better understanding than he did even earlier this week. He can work the z-score problems well now and has a good grasp of the concepts he needs to spend more time on the confidence interval problems but I think if he continues to spend time with the subject, he'll be prepared for the test
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Today, we worked first on the use of fio as the passive version of facio, with the caveat that you go back to the passive participle of facio when forming the perfect tense. In the workbook, student did a synopsis of the forms of fio in the indicative and subjunctive, and his main struggle was with the perfect forms, where you have to combine the participle with the correct form of 'to be'. He acknowledged that this was something he didn't remember very well, so we will come back to it next week before their next test. Next we worked on some English-to-Latin sentences in the book, which used the idiom certior fieri/certiorem facere. Once I explained the difference between the two, he had no problem deciding which one to use, but throughout the sentences he tended not to properly conjugate the verbs until prompted. With some guidance, he got to the right forms, though. Finally, we looked ahead to volo and nolo and went through some workbook exercises on those.
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