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Elizabethtown, KY, is a home-rule class city located in central Kentucky. It has a population of 29,300 residents and is in Hardin County. This is the 10th-largest city in the state, and has an area of just under 26 square miles.

Elizabethtown High School is one of Kentucky's top 50 high schools. It is served by the Elizabethtown Independent School District. Another school in town is John Hardin High School, which is served by Hardin County. Skilled in-person or online Elizabethtown tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. Are you hoping to attend a top ranking college? The University of Louisville is an excellent college near Elizabethtown. It is one of the top 200 universities in the United States and is highly esteemed in the area. Bellarmine University is within the top 15 southern colleges. Another exemplary university in the area is Campbellsville University, which ranks in the top 100 colleges in the region. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Elizabethtown, KY, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep.

There is always something new and exciting to try in Elizabethtown. In the summer and fall months, Freeman Lake is a peaceful and relaxing place to visit. Catch up on some reading there or meet a friend. There are seven miles worth of trails for anyone to run or bike on, an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, and much more to keep you coming back every week--or maybe every day. If you enjoy watching theatrical performances, live music, comedy, or magic acts, you need to check out the upcoming events at the Hardin County Schools Performing Arts Center. For a truly authentic Elizabethtown experience, you should take in a classic film, concert, or play at the Historic State Theater Complex. The 1920s-era interior will take you back to a time you never knew, but will now feel familiar with because of the theater's well-preserved historical exterior and interior decorations.

Are you looking for some extra help on your classwork? If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Elizabethtown tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. Elizabethtown, KY, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Johnita in Elizabeth, KY
The students both had math assignments to work on. Student 1 was working on problems with volume of prisms, and Student 2 was working on problems involving surface area and perimeter of various shapes. Student 1 also worked on a Language Arts adjective assignment. I told the girls we would check their classes next session to see how they were doing and check for any missing assignments.
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Tutoring review by Casille in Elizabeth, KY
The student and I reviewed the grading of all back assignments and reviewed for the make-up test she will be taking the next day on quadratics.
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Tutoring review by Shivalika S. in Elizabeth, KY
The student and I started by reviewing the book and seeing which concepts he had trouble in. His foundation is strong in Mathematics, but he just needs a bit of practice. I explained ratio problems that he was having trouble with and then we worked on some examples of them. Then we went over percentages and the concept of what percentage means, how to calculate a percentage of a number and how to work the other way around from it. Then we reviewed over algebraic expressions and how to isolate x and the whole numbers on opposite sides to solve x. As I suggested when I was leaving, if the student is able to complete the questions (4 questions after each chapter) on his own, he won't have any trouble doing well on the test.
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Tutoring review by Shivam in Elizabeth, KY
The student and I practiced his current lesson of volume today. We discussed real world applications to volumes and discussed the units of measurement. We then moved on to graphing ordered pairs and determining ordered pairs for particular points on a graph. He understood this concept very well.
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Tutoring review by Eli in Elizabeth, KY
Today I got introduced to my new student. We talked about his major challenges with his school work and went over several study and organizational strategies. Then I gave him a math assessment to see what areas need support.
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Tutoring review by Natalie in Elizabeth, KY
Today, the student and I covered ratios, transformations, and graphing. We also worked on circle formulas as well as some basic algebra. He has a test coming up on Wednesday, so we covered his quiz to prepare for the exam. He then asked any questions that he had. He is very confident in his test on Wednesday. I left all the notes with him, and I am excited to see how well he will do on his test. He worked really well; we just have to keep working on repeating concepts and practicing over and over again!
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