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Fanwood is a borough situated in Union County, New Jersey. Fanwood's population is an estimated 7,300. Incorporated in October 1895, the borough was named for Fannie Wood, who was an author. Fanwood is bordered by Plainfield and Scotch Plains.

Scotch Plains-Fanwood Regional School District serves the public schools of Fanwood. Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School is the only secondary campus in the borough. A private Fanwood tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. There are a number of nearby colleges and universities, such as City University of New York: College of Staten Island, New Jersey City University, College of St. Elizabeth, and Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey: Newark Campus. To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Fanwood, NJ, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

Forest Road Park and La Grande Park are two popular destinations in Fanwood. The parks have athletic fields, which can be used for baseball, soccer, softball, t-ball, and other games. The parks also have a recreation building that features a large, modern room, which you can use for hosting events and other activities. A variety of programs are hosted at the parks as well, ranging from sports and fitness to arts and crafts. There's even a string orchestra program for adults interested in learning how to play the violin, viola, cello, or bass. Nearby, you can find the Shackamaxon Country Club, Watchung Reservation, the Watchung Square Mall, and the Bowcraft Amusement Park. The amusement park has roller coasters, arcade games, and other types of attractions. Jersey City, New Jersey, is stationed roughly 20 miles northeast of Fanwood. It is the second most populous city in the state, boasting a population of approximately 257,300. Points of interest in Jersey City include Liberty State Park, the Liberty Science Center, and Ellis Island. The island is home to the Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, which tells the story of American immigration in its entirety. The museum tour lets you relive the immigrant experience as if you were the "new arrival."

Tutors in Fanwood, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. A Fanwood, NJ, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Jerry in Fanwood, NJ
Today we first went over the derivatives and the tangent line. My strategy of helping the student understand the definition of the derivative is "take the limit of the difference quotient as h is approaching to 0". I gave him some exercises on this. I also suggested to him to take the problem step by step. After that, we jumped to the topic of finding the tangent line. I showed him that the tangent line was given by y = mx + b, where m is the derivative at the given point, and b is obtained when y, m, and x are known. I showed him 3 examples on this, and he began to master this topic. We then headed into vectors--I showed him how to take the dot product and cross product, and how to find the angle between the two vectors. I went over the formulas with him and how to take the determinants of matrices, and he got them. I mentioned the fact that the dot product was commutative, but the cross product wasn't--switching the order would negate the answer. We ended the lesson here.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Fanwood, NJ
Finished studying for the student's final exam. Reviewed the rest of his study packet and went over formulas and processes from the last session. I think he is well prepared for the test- he knows to check all his answers, especially signs, and use his calculator to his advantage.
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Tutoring review by Walter in Fanwood, NJ
The student has made a lot of progress on her application essays and supplements--and there is still a lot more to be done. Right now we are waiting for feedback on her Common App essay from her teachers and guidance counselor before we start working on the final edits. As always, she was a pleasure to work with.
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Tutoring review by John in Fanwood, NJ
Today the student and I covered more on lines and planes before covering linear algebra material. For the linear algebra we covered what it means for a set to span another set. We covered how row operations are a way to solve a system of linear equations. We also discussed what the null space is and means. The session went very well and she seems to have a firm understanding of the material.
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Tutoring review by Nick in Fanwood, NJ
We reviewed some concepts related to light energy and discussed upcoming material. The new material concerned the Bohr model of the atom and how electron transitions produce line spectra. The student needed help with the new topics, but I believe that he will pick them up more quickly when he sees them in his class.
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Tutoring review by Susan in Fanwood, NJ
In this session, we worked on conics. We changed the formula of an ellipses from standard to general in order to find the value of a, b, and c, which would help us to find the foci points. We also briefly reviewed the topic of symmetry with the x and y axis as well as the origin.
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