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About Gloucester City

Gloucester City is a city located in Camden County, New Jersey. It has a population of 11,500 and sits along the banks of the Delaware River. Residents living in Gloucester City are less than 10 miles from downtown Philadelphia.

Students living in Gloucester City belong to the Gloucester City Public Schools, where they attend Gloucester City Junior-Senior High School. The community is also the home of Gloucester Catholic High School. An enthusiastic Gloucester City tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Gloucester City is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep.

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The student worked on his assignment in chemistry for Phase Changes. I explained to him the easiest way to read phase diagrams and how to use it to answer commonly asked questions on the topic. He did very well with his assignment and his attitude toward the subject was very positive.
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We covered zeros and graphs of polynomials and rational functions. A lot of time was spent on asymptotes: vertical, horizontal, and oblique. The student needs to write more things down and not try to do it in his head. He needs more one-on-one tutoring to solidify the concepts.
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The student and I went over uniform circular motion and 2D kinematics. We were able to finish most of his problems as well as cover the theory behind some classes that he had missed. He seems to understand the problems of 2D kinematics and uniform circular motion well now.
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We covered the topics of forces, circular motion, gravitation, and Kepler's Laws as review for the student's upcoming exam later this week. She seems very comfortable with the concepts and did not seem to struggle at all with what she was learning.
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In this session, I helped the student work through various triangle properties and theorems such as midsegment properties to find the lengths of different sides or segments within a triangle. We also reviewed median and centroid concepts to find the lengths of different segments inside a triangle. Finally, we discussed the triangle inequalities theorem. Using color coding and drawing out the figures via the online whiteboard, I explained the meaning of this theorem and how to apply it when determining whether given lengths would make a triangle. I love color coding techniques and would definitely recommend she try using a few different colored pens/pencils when working on this independently to see the geometric patterns.
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In this session, the student and I reviewed the full length test that she completed prior to our meeting. She did well overall on the reading section, and we reviewed the verbal section together. We went over each wrong answer and determined why she missed the question, as well as ways to come up with the right answer for words or analogies that she may not be completely sure of. I suggested that she try to come up with her own definition before looking at the choices, to think about the part of speech used for the words in the analogy section, and to determine the relationship between the analogies.
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