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Garden City, New York, is a village with over 22,000 residents. It is named after Garden Village, Kentucky.

Garden City High School is the only High School in Garden City based in the Garden City Union Free School District. It is also earned a gold award from U.S. News and World Report. Garden City is home to Adelphi University, a college that was considered one of the best universities in the Northeastern region by The Princeton Review. Private tutoring in Garden City, NY, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school.

The village provides many activities to keep you busy, which includes resident sports leagues. The Garden City Department of Recreation and Parks has sports teams that play basketball, soccer, roller hockey, and volleyball. Some involve competitions while others are just for fun. Sign up to test your skills and/or to meet new people.

Go to the Garden City Community Park to participate in several recreational activities. Some of the amenities it offers include a clubhouse, roller hockey rink, a pool, a playground, and more. You can also hold private parties at its mini golf course. Are you interested in diving into painting or do you want to hone your present artistic skills? Attend art classes at Cluett Hall at the St. Paul Recreation Complex. The classes are held during the fall and winter months, and lessons are conducted according to your individual pace. Have a relaxing stay at the Garden City Hotel. It has approximately 270 rooms, a fitness center, a Sunday brunch, and other amenities. The Long Island Children's Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Garden City. It contains hands-on activities for children and adults to educate them about the arts. Bring along child in your life to join the fun. Another museum you can check out is the Cradle of Aviation Museum. You can learn about the history of air and spacecraft and even ride the Nunley's Historic Carousel there.

One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Garden City tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. Expert tutors in Garden City could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Garden City, NY.

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Tutoring review by Angi in Garden City, NY
The student will take her Math state test this week. We went over some tests and worksheets she had done in class. She made a 100 on a major grade in math and a 90 on another math assignment. We did practice state exam questions from some worksheets she got at school and we worked a little out of a workbook. She did well.
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Tutoring review by Dae in Garden City, NY
The student's class has started covering volume and surface area of cylinders, cones, and pyramids. He understands the core concepts. The session was spent mostly covering chapter review from the book and looking over homework problems he had difficulty solving. Some of the challenging problems involved surface area and volume for a-typical shapes (ex. A hexagonal pyramid), so we both worked on the problems separately. This method is proving effective, because he can explain his problem-solving process, which has helped him to show his work with more detail.
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Tutoring review by Jaki in Garden City, NY
Today we worked on the student's long term history project. We spent most of our time conducting online research. I encouraged him to try some of the data bases his school has access to instead of using a search engine for all research. We also reviewed some research-skills in terms of skimming long articles, and taking more notes during the research phase, so that he is well prepared for the upcoming writing phase.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Garden City, NY
We worked ahead in the student's class, and covered completing the square for quadratics and arithmetic with complex numbers. She picked up on the completing the square method and how it's used to get equations into vertex form. At the end of our session, we covered how completing the square is used to derive the quadratic equation. She is doing very well with all of the algebra concepts so far and picks up on new ideas easily.
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Tutoring review by Abigail in Garden City, NY
The student and I started our session by doing a bit of review on comparative and superlative adjectives. We went over the results of her last quiz, and talked in detail about the questions that she got wrong, and how to find the correct answer. From there, we moved on to the next section--how to use comparatives and superlatives in sentences. As we were talking about this topic, it became clear to me that she was still feeling a bit shaky about noun-adjective agreement. We took a slight break from going through Section 2 to review some of the basics of noun-adjective agreement. When I felt that she had a more solid understanding of this topic, we continued on with the section. By the end of the session, I felt that she was ready to take her quiz.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Garden City, NY
The student and I had a really good session where we covered a lot of material. He is taking two math courses, one in school and one out of school, so we got to cover content in both of those. For the course that he is taking out of school, we worked on the conversions between decimals, fractions, and percentages and finding certain percentages of numbers and what numbers are percentages of the whole numbers. In his school class, we were working with graphing inequalities and multi-step inequalities. He performed exceptionally well in both of these, only making a few mistakes due to moving too quickly. We worked more on testing strategies and really got a lot done. He really impressed me with the quality of his work and continues to excel!
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