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Ewing Township is a township located in Mercer County, New Jersey. The township has a population of approximately 35,800. It is situated in the New York metropolitan area and borders the Philadelphia metro area. Ewing Township was incorporated in 1834.

Ewing Public Schools manages the township's educational needs, serving an estimated 3,700 students. It's lone High School is Ewing High School. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Ewing are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. If you're looking for nearby colleges, the College of New Jersey, Thomas Edison State College, Mercer County Community College, and Princeton University are some of your choices. Princeton University is U.S. News and World Report's number one rated national university. The personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Ewing, NJ, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools, like Princeton.

Points of interest in town include the William Greene Farmhouse, which is recognized on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places and the New Jersey Register of Historic Places. The home belonged to Judge William Greene. History buffs will appreciate the Washington Victory Trail, which details the trail taken by George Washington's army during the American Revolution. Located nearby is the Washington Crossing State Park. The park includes the site of Washington's crossing of the Delaware River. There's also a museum on the park grounds. The museum has more than 700 period objects, with a focus on the American Revolution and the military campaign entitled "Ten Crucial Days." The park features a nature center and observatory as well. Educational programs for schools are available, along with public observing nights at the observatory. Trenton, New Jersey, is located less than 10 miles southeast of Ewing Township. Trenton is the capital city of New Jersey. It's population is approximately 84,300. Points of interest in Trenton include the New Jersey State House, Sun National Bank Center, the Old Barracks Museum, and the New Jersey State Museum. The latter houses a planetarium and features art and history exhibits.

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Tutoring review by Greg in Ewing, NJ
The student is working through his pre calculus book on his own. He wanted to meet every 2 weeks, but asked to move our meeting back a week, as he was feeling comfortable so far without one on one help. We met and talked over what things he had been working on. I asked if there were any areas that he was having trouble. It seems like he is able to find resources when he does get stuck on a problem for how to figure it out. I'm very encouraged by his ability to learn from his mistakes. He checks his answers against the book, and when he gets one wrong, he's very quick in identifying what went wrong and why. He did have some questions for me about the rules of roots and exponents. We found that his book actually has an entire appendix on the foundational rules of algebra. We spent about an hour and a half walking through this section of the book. This covered things ranging from domain/range to real numbers to the definitions of absolute value to the definitions of distributive property and binomials to the rules of exponents and roots. He says that he finds that most of his errors come from having a rusty algebra foundation. If he really wants to prepare himself for taking college level calculus, this will be very important in improving his confidence. We decided to meet in 3 weeks time to check in on his progress. I told him to shoot me an email at any time if there's something he's struggling with, and I'll point him towards online resources if I can.
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Tutoring review by Joel in Ewing, NJ
The student is working on volume of rotation in class. Today we reviewed the disk and washer methods and worked through some example problems, including some with rotations about non-axes.
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Tutoring review by Sherna in Ewing, NJ
We reviewed his spelling words for next week and reviewed the ones from last week. He wrote the sentences for the words as well. He did his math homework: identifying and adding tens and ones, using pictures, words, and word sentences.
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Tutoring review by Kristy in Ewing, NJ
Today we went over how to convert x scores to z scores in Excel as well as how to calculate the correlation coefficient in Excel. We discussed what these tests mean conceptually as well as what the difference is between descriptive stats (mean, median, mode etc.) and inferential stats in terms of the student's report that she has to write.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Ewing, NJ
This session was entirely focused on chemistry, specifically review of chapters that we had not covered on Sunday. First we went through different chemical reactions - predicting whether the reactions would occur and what the products would be. The student seems to have a good understanding of how to determine products, balance equations, etc. The main thing to watch out for is just double checking work to avoid simple mistakes. We also spent a good bit of time working on vocabulary terms from the list of terms to know for each chapter that he couldn't quite remember. A lot of this is simply remembering definitions, so I would recommend making flashcards or even just a list of the terms he's unsure about to have something separate to study from. In general, he continues to have a good grasp of the fundamental chemistry concepts.
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Tutoring review by Mohamed in Ewing, NJ
We went over the student's test review on ellipses, hyperbolas, and circles for his upcoming test. He scored very high in his last quiz, which is great progress. The session went well, and we will stay in touch to plan for the next session.
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