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About Franklin

Franklin, NJ, is an interesting place because of its rich mining history. It's nickname is the "Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World," due to the large fluorescent mineral deposits and the resulting mining. It is home to 25 minerals that are not found anywhere else on Earth.

The city is full of top-of-the-line educational opportunities, making it a great place to enroll. Ramapo High School performs extraordinarily well in academics, with high subject proficiency rates. This school is one of two in the Ramapo Indian Hills Regional High School District. If you are looking to further your education, Caldwell University is a great option. Small class sizes are a contributing factor for the college's high ranking regionally. The university is located a short distance away in the town of Caldwell. The college's campus is only an hour drive from Franklin. You are potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the Franklin, NJ, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online. Tutors in Franklin, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day.

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Reviewed calculating the areas of composite shapes in preparation for an upcoming test. Created variations of completed review problems for the student to work on.
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Franklin, NJ tutoring
The student and I focused primarily on Critical Reading this session. Her timing has improved a great deal.
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The student and I spent the session doing her homework. It was more problems than usual, but she did great. We worked on factorial pairs and prime factorials mostly. This required reviewing long division and the multiplication tables. We used the rules for divisibility a lot. We put those up on a whiteboard so we could easily reference them throughout the session. We used the RAMPS method her class uses. The assignment was long, and the word problems were at the end. Next time, I think we will start with the word problems because those take the most mental energy.
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The student and I began by going over some harder math problems. She performed fairly well and we worked on her ability to pick numbers and test them. We then advanced to vocabulary and reading comprehension where she performed really well.
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The student and I worked on math today. We focused on our 2s by playing hopscotch. She had a little difficulty with the upper numbers (skip counting by the number boxes), but I could see improvement by the end of the session. We may continue to use this method, but I would like to try my matching game next week and see which is more effective. Good job!!
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Today's homework assignment was on the topic of arithmetic sequences. The student's class had already reviewed the basics of this topic. She seemed to already have a good grasp on the relevant ideas, so we started with the problems from her homework. She was given a word problem and asked to write out a sequence from the sentences. I was impressed at how organized she was in writing out a table to organize all the terms. She was also asked to graph the sequence, which she was able to do . She is also very good with mental math calculations without using a calculator. She received a 93% on her last test in her algebra class because on a few problems she interpreted the graphs incorrectly. She was able to immediately tell me why her problems were wrong, so we did not do a more thorough review of these topics.
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