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Fruitland, MD, is a city in southeastern Maryland. It has a modest population of 4,900 residents and belongs to Wicomico County. This city is very small, only having an area of 3.79 square miles.

The primary high schools for Fruitland students are James M. Bennett High School and Parkside High School. Both of them are served by the Wicomico County Public Schools School District. Mardela Middle and High School is a seven-year school for those who choose to attend it, and it is also served by the Wicomico County Public Schools School District. An enthusiastic Fruitland tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Do you hope to attend an elite college after graduating High School? Look no further than the schools surrounding Fruitland, MD. Salisbury University is an exemplary college that ranks in the top 100 colleges in the region. If that is not for you, perhaps the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, which ranks in the top 10 liberal arts colleges in the nation, could set you up for a successful and thriving future. Washington College, in Chestertown, is a great choice. It proudly ranks in the top 100 liberal arts colleges in the country, and will definitely impress any future employer when they see it on your resume. With Fruitland, MD, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

You are likely to always find something new and exciting to do in Fruitland, MD. The 38-acre Fruitland Recreational Park is the best place to spend your weekends. There are multiple fields to practice your favorite sports, like baseball or lacrosse. There is an accessible playground for children, paved trails for runners and bikers, and more. If you love art and are itching to learn more about wildfowl art, the Ward Museum at Salisbury University is perfect for you. The museum focuses on studying and teaching visitors about the relationship between culture, nature, and art. After a long day of viewing sculpture and wall art, go the local Regal Cinemas Salisbury to see a film that will satisfy your live art need.

Are you nervous about an upcoming exam? To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Fruitland tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels. Tutors in Fruitland, MD, are a great way to try to improve.

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Tutoring review by Bejoy in Fruitland, MD
This was the student's first session and we spent some time talking about what topics she struggles with and what her strengths are. She said she has difficulty with parallel lines and angles and today we started going over the angles formed when 2 parallel lines are cut by a transversal. She was very good with the math vocabulary and knew what transversal, congruent and parallel lines were. Her mental math was exceptional and she was able to do simple algebra equations in her head and did them all correctly. I taught her how to properly identify the different angles by using the vocabulary. She felt very confident with the topic after a bit practice we did using online worksheet. I thought by the end of the session she understood how to identify what are corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, alternate exterior angles and same side interior angles and what supplementary means.
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Tutoring review by Nathan in Fruitland, MD
The student and I reviewed geometric series, alternating series, ratio test, as well as some basic integration methods, in preparation for his Calculus 2 final exam. I think he'll do well. He retains/recalls information well and is rather intuitive at problem solving.
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Tutoring review by Caroline in Fruitland, MD
Today we started off by finishing the state exam review packet we had begun last time. The problems at the end of the packet were more focused on the material with which the student was struggling, so we worked in more detail on those problems, especially the ones involving tables. After that, we did an online review. The review mainly focused on material from the previous year, so it was not too much of a challenge. However, there were some concepts that the student needed a reminder on, so it was still good practice. After that we did a little more in depth work with solving quadratic equations. She does well with factoring when the leading coefficient is 1, but struggles in the more complex ones. However, she was able to solve some by writing out all of the steps, so I think it is more a matter of pressing all the way to the end of the problem. It seems that the student prefers to use the quadratic formula on these types of problems, which works well except for when she makes tiny errors. Most of the mistakes on the test she showed me were either because she left of the denominator or the negative sign. However, with repetition and focus this should not be too much of a problem. I also advised her to always check her answers using the graphing function on the calculator, especially on the state test, when she has such a long time to work.
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Tutoring review by Raul in Fruitland, MD
The student and I covered conics, the geometry and algebra behind circles, parabolas, and ellipses. At first, we reviewed finding key points in these conics when given an equation. We then practiced graphing conics, given the key points and tangential lines. He did not show any struggles with the concepts within conics; he shows great confidence in his math! I did notice he often goes through problems too fast. With all the small details in algebra, this led to minor errors. I encouraged him to take his time a little, and assured him that being among the last to finish an exam is not a bad thing at all. I gave him our session's notes for later review.
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Tutoring review by Chantal in Fruitland, MD
The student and I worked on algebra. She worked on problems from her textbook to prepare for her exam. We reviewed addition and subtraction of numbers with the same sign and opposite signs, the order of operations, using a number line to better understand how to add and subtract numbers with opposing signs, multiplication of decimals, powers, and understanding verbiage for conducting operations. Excellent session.
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Tutoring review by Peter in Fruitland, MD
We spent the sessions working on the 8 problems that the student struggled with on the review test in preparations for finals. Problems included ratios, proportions, inequalities, linear functions, and outliers. By the end of the session, she felt better prepared to take the final exam.
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