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Fairfax, VA, is located in northern Virginia and has a population of about 24,000 people. It is a popular location to visit and live because of its close proximity to Washington, DC, and its beautifully landscaped streets and neighborhoods. It recently was on the Forbes list as one of the top three places to live in the country. Fairfax has a great small-town feel with the luxury of being so close to some great metropolitan areas.

Fairfax, VA, schools consistently rank high among schools nationally. The Fairfax County Public School System has over 180,000 students enrolled, and is the largest school system in the state. Some of these great schools include Woodson High and Fairfax Academy. These top schools might be within the realm of possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Fairfax, VA, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Skilled in-person or online Fairfax, VA, tutors can help students work to get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions.

George Mason University is located just outside of Fairfax, and is the largest university in the state. The university is well known for its law, creative writing, computer science and business/economics. Private tutoring in Fairfax, VA, is available both online and in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Also located just to the east of Fairfax is Northern Virginia Community College, which is a two-year college with six campuses in Virginia. NVCC also provides dual enrollment options for students enrolled in high school that are age 16 and above. Online or in-home tutoring in Fairfax, VA, might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work.

Fairfax has a wonderful museum and visitor center, staffed by volunteers, to provide all sorts of information to visitors about Fairfax and the surrounding area. The city has several historical buildings in the area and even hosts guided walking tours of Fairfax's historical district. The Fairfax County Courthouse is the most historic building in the city and was established in 1742. The building was moved several times until it resided in its current location today. The city has a plethora of dining opportunities, including African, Caribbean, and Mediterranean cuisine. Fairfax holds many popular events throughout the year, including Fairfax Civil War Day, Irish Festival, National Trails Day, the Fall Festival, and the Festival of Lights and Carols.

Are you looking to increase your knowledge base? Fairfax, VA, tutors are available to students in the area.

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Tutoring review by Salome in Fairfax, VA
We worked on more reading and vocabulary and lastly went over basic fraction concepts so the student knows how to deal with different kinds of problems. Did well on the reading section he tried at, but didn't do well when he wasn't trying. As long as the student puts all his efforts into the test, he should do well.
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Tutoring review by Loc in Fairfax, VA
Student A: Exam review. Go over all sections and review strategies for each. His math and reading is strong.  Student B: Exam review. Went over math and reading. his reading comprehension has improved a lot.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Fairfax, VA
Worked with the student to study for the AP test. We went through a practice test that she worked on by herself, and I gave her help when she needed it or made her think about the answer choices she eliminated or chose. Overall, she did well and got most of the questions right.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Fairfax, VA
Reviewed questions she worked on earlier and covered more questions from the Official Guide. Often sets up a lot of the work perfectly, but misses one crucial step that would allow her to solve the problem. Overall goals: slow down to avoid careless mistakes -- get the question right; step back and remember the basic concepts being tested (e.g., if the question asks for probability, remember that you're looking for [desired outcomes]/[total possible outcomes]); use numbers that are easy to work with to confirm answers.
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Tutoring review by Amira in Fairfax, VA
The student really impressed me this time! We scored the test he took for HW, and he scored the following: English, 28; Math, 36; Reading, 34; and Science, 36. We discussed the English questions he missed, and he found most of his own errors. We spent the rest of the session working on creating specific details for the essay.
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Tutoring review by Kimika in Fairfax, VA
The student and I worked on rational numbers today.  We simplified fractions, converted fractions to decimals, and converted decimals to fractions.  The student had a question when it came to dealing with the place values when converting the decimals and consistently did well after I answered it.  She completed her homework and worked additional problems in the book. We also reviewed her science vocabulary involving descriptions on physical and chemical characteristics.  She knew a few terms beforehand and we worked on her mastery of the other terms as the session went on.  I feel like she has a good understanding of the words and she should do well.
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