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Guttenberg, NJ, has a population of about 11,200. Within Hudson County, the town is only four blocks wide, making it the ninth-smallest municipality in the state. It is also one of the most densely populated municipalities in the world. The dense city falls along the Hudson River.

Memorial High School serves Guttenberg as a member of the West New York School District. High School students must be on the top of their game in order to gain admittance into the colleges of their dreams. A private Guttenberg tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. An online and in-person Guttenberg tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. A great local college option in the area is Columbia University. The school is ranked 4th in the nation's' colleges and could prove difficult to enter for some students. A good way to take steps to try to get into the school of your choice is by using a private Guttenberg, NJ, tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online.

While your studies are important, it's also important to have fun. Explore the local hotspots on your free time and gain a new appreciation of Guttenberg. Being along the shoreline gives the town many spectacular views. One example is Boulevard East. The street offers the best views of the New York City skyline. This a great place during the day and the evening. During the day, food and ice cream trucks will occasionally stop along the boulevard, making for a perfect opportunity to grab lunch or a snack. At night, the sky is lit by the city's lights, making for a spectacular show.

If you're looking for a bit of nature and an amazing view, visit the James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park. The 167-acre park has views of Manhattan and 45 sports areas, including tennis, basketball, bocce, handball, football, volleyball, and little league courts. There is also an exercise and cross country course. Even your dog can enjoy the park at the leash free enclosure or by running alongside you on the cross country course with its leash back on. The beautiful park surrounds the Woodcliff Lake and several other natural features. The park is the perfect place for a picnic and a day near the shore.

While Guttenberg is beautiful, don't let the views distract you. Guttenberg, NJ, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals

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Tutoring review by Maggie in Guttenberg, NJ
The student and I continued our unit on fractions. The last part of the unit was dividing fractions and mixed numbers, so I reviewed that and gave him practice problems. Then we moved on how to solve different kinds of word problems and determining which operations to use to solve them. He still has trouble determining what the question is asking to do, so we will continue to review that next time.
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Tutoring review by Angie in Guttenberg, NJ
Today we discussed the topic of direct and inverse variation. As I explained the ideas, she was quickly able to understand the concepts and began being able to complete problems on her own. We worked on real world applications, and she was able to grasp the more challenging ideas.
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Tutoring review by Jerry in Guttenberg, NJ
Today we did reviews on conic sections, to prepare for the student's test tomorrow. We went through one type of problem in detail--give a long equation and organize into the form of one conic section, then do analysis. She was a little confused with the parabolas, ellipses, and hyperbolas. I mentioned that in parabola, she needed to find 3 things: focus, vertex, and the directrix. In ellipses, she needs to find center, foci, vertices, and the endpoints of the minor axis. In hyperbola, she needs to find center, foci, vertices, asymptotes. In ellipse and hyperbola, finding a, b, and c will help her--but be careful that in ellipse, a^2 - b^2 = c^2, but in hyperbola, c^2 = a^2 + b^2. She got a little confused, but finally overcame these difficulties. She made some minor mistakes in organizing the equations at first, but I told her about the Great Wall of Equal Sign--whatever she does on one side she must do the same thing on the other side. At the end she finally did three problems in a row (organizing equation part) without making a mistake. Then she gets better every time on the analysis: finding foci, vertices, center for both ellipse and hyperbola. I wish her success on tomorrow's test. Great work. Great student :-)
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Tutoring review by Karina in Guttenberg, NJ
We covered inequalities with absolute value functions by going through the student's previous homework sheets. First, we did problems where we solved for x in an absolute value inequality function. This involved first isolating the absolute value part, if necessary, and then "breaking" the absolute value by splitting the inequality into two separate equations that solve for x. She learned that problems with "greater than (>)" or "greater than or equal to", had solutions for x with ranges that were exclusive. So, "or" is needed to describe the solutions: x > a OR x < -a. For problems with "less than (<)" or less than or equal to", the solutions for x had ranges that overlapped and create a bounded range. So, "and" is needed to describe the solutions, and these can be rewritten in a form that is easier to comprehend: -a < x < a (for example). The student seemed to catch onto how to solve these very quickly after a few practice problems, and by the end was solving them perfectly. In the beginning, I gave a quick reminder that dividing by a negative number switches the direction of the inequality (< become >, or vice versa). After this, she remembered to do this for all her subsequent math problems. Then, we did problems involving using the vertex form of the absolute value function to perform translations on the absolute value function and find its slope. I explained that this was somewhat of a review from one of our previous tutoring sessions and she seemed to grasp how to do these quickly.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Guttenberg, NJ
For the first session, I began reviewing with the student the basic parts of speech in order to determine our starting point. After that, I helped him finish and edit his rough draft paper on black bears. We ended our session with beginning research on his state history assignment.
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Tutoring review by Keri in Guttenberg, NJ
The student has been doing a great job. I have been focusing on math with him. We have been working on groups of 10, regrouping, addition, money, and time. He has been doing well, with me going over the first half of the problems on a sheet with him and then letting him do the rest on his own. We are also working on adding without using fingers and using more than 1 strategy to do the same problem.
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