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Ferguson is a city in St. Louis County in the state of Missouri. It is currently home to around 21,000 people and is a part of the Greater St. Louis metropolitan area. The area that would become Ferguson was founded in 1855, and it was later incorporated in 1894. The city's nickname is "Community of Choice," and its motto is, "Proud Past. Promising Future!"

McCluer South-Berkeley High is the only secondary institution in the city, and the Ferguson-Florissant R-II School District runs it. The city of St. Louis is only about a 20-minute drive southeast of Ferguson, making it possible for you to attend any of the city's excellent colleges and universities. Saint Louis University, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, and Washington University in St. Louis are a few of these schools. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the Ferguson, MO, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online. Expert tutors in Ferguson could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring.

St. Louis also makes a great day trip destination if you're looking for something to do during your free time. One place to check out is the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, which was built between 1907 and 1914. The cathedral is famous for its beautiful mosaics, which took almost 80 years to complete and used more than 41 million pieces of glass. Another educational and fascinating location is the City Museum, which is family-friendly and fun. This building doesn't just have exhibits, but it also has a number of attractions that include a rooftop Ferris wheel, a giant playground, a skate park, and a jungle gym. The St. Louis Zoo is also always worth checking out, and here you can admire and interact with a number of animals from around the world. Over 6,600 animals call this facility home, and it has 15 major exhibits. The Missouri Botanical Garden also begs to be explored, and this wonderful garden has been educating visitors for over 140 years. Here, you can find a Japanese garden, lantern festival, tropical plants, and year-round special events. you could become lost in these wonderful gardens, and the sheer amount of lovely flowers are sure to cheer anyone up.

Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Ferguson look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. Seeking tutoring in Ferguson, MO, is a great first step to work to try to get to the next level in your education.

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Tutoring review by Adam in Ferguson, MO
We went over function arithmetic, functions in side of functions, review of arithmetic involving constants, and variables with exponents and the associated rules. I also helped with English paper edits.
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Tutoring review by Ronald in Ferguson, MO
We went over Logarithmic functions. The student felt comfortable with the material for the most part. We also went over practice exams in order to review some of the important chemistry concepts.
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Tutoring review by Klotilda in Ferguson, MO
I helped the student understand the exponential and greatest integer function. She solved the problems at the end of the section. The lesson went very well. The student is bright and grasps the concepts very quickly. I note great progress in working with this student.
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Tutoring review by Lydia in Ferguson, MO
First, the student and I went over his math homework (I checked for errors and explained how to correct them), and there were very few items he needed clarification on. He also got a 14/15 on his last test, bringing his grade up to a B, which was his personal goal for the class, so we were happy about that. He has a lot of confidence in his abilities, and in math, I think it is deserved. Next, we went over his vocabulary; I had him make his flashcards and explain what he was writing, and we talked through definitions that he was unsure about or that I felt were incomplete. He had trouble on his last test, which he attributed to not knowing or recognizing the definitions that were provided for him (his grade was saved because he remembered how to spell). I left him with an assignment to go back through the recent section (and any other sections he has time for) of his vocabulary and redo the definition quizzes and the final quiz at the end of the section. I think those could be helpful in giving him a more comprehensive definition. We ended the session with me quizzing him on his current flashcards, and he got most of them right. The last thing we did was to review for his history unit test, which is next week, but will be difficult for him (he has never passed a unit test). For a little while, we talked about why he was struggling with them, how he felt during the tests, and what kind of questions he was used to seeing. According to him, he feels very confident before and after tests, and (I saw this firsthand today) is very surprised when he doesn't do as well as he expects. He also said he goes over the test every time and is usually the last one done because of it, rereading the questions to make sure he put the right thing. So his test-taking, at least in theory, should be working. I don't think his methodology is the source of his disconnect. To help him, I talked through some different strategies of reading the chapters (things to look out for when people are discussed, ways to understand cause/effect of events) and had him re-summarize sections of the book out loud to me after reading them again. From there, I gave him three sheets of paper for him to use to re-copy his notes (I think it would be helpful for his memory) and told him to write bigger and leave space for adding things later. This doesn't need to be done tomorrow, but should be done by next week. So that is his second "homework" assignment. He's very motivated by success and achievement and being able to give the right answers quickly. The goal is to work on getting him to come up with his own answers, or putting answers in his own words; I think that's what his learning needs, although it may be a little out of his comfort zone.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Ferguson, MO
The student and I first worked on using regrouping to do subtraction. She seems to be catching on to it and is a very eager learner. Then we did some language arts exercises in a workbook. After that she read a chapter in her book "Sophie the Snoop." We discussed the book and it is obvious that she is understanding what she is reading and is enjoying it as well. Finally we talked about writing stories. She did not seem to understand how to make a story, but was able to tell me all about her birthday party. We turned that into a story and I gave her special stickers for writing her first story.
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Tutoring review by Andrea in Ferguson, MO
The student and I went through her latest blog post for edits. I covered independent and dependent clauses with her in very simplified terms. We talked about where you put commas in the sentences based on these rules. She did a great job editing and seemed to be very receptive to the lesson. Her speed was also quite good this session.
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