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About Hampton

Hampton, VA, is a city in southeastern Virginia on the peninsula, located right on the Chesapeake Bay. The city has a population of about 140,000 people, and is one of six cities that make up the Hampton Roads region. The area has a mild climate with an average snowfall each year of only about 6 inches, with some years having no snow at all.

Hampton City Schools operates the public schools in Hampton, VA, with nearly 21,000 students in 31 schools. Included in the top schools are the Academies of Hampton. These top schools might be within the realm of possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Hampton, VA, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. There are several colleges and universities in and around Hampton, including Hampton University, Thomas Nelson Community College, Old Dominion University, and Norfolk State University. A tutor in Hampton, VA, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes. You might benefit from online test prep and tutoring in Hampton, VA.

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Tutoring review by Jesse in Hampton, VA
The student and I looked at his work from math class again, as we had focused on his college essay and SAT. The student had trouble solving certain equations involving radicals, but I think he improved by the end of the meeting. The student and I also looked at an outline he had been working on for an essay for his English class.
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Tutoring review by Vincent in Hampton, VA
Today, the student had a review of her previous material in Algebra, to prepare for her upcoming standardized Math test. For the most part, she remembered the different kinds of math necessary to complete the given questions, but she did have difficulties with systems of equations. We spent time going over how to identify systems, and how to know when to substitute or when to set them equal to one another. I encouraged her to look over the review later to ensure she remembered what she did for the systems. In addition, we discussed strategies to overcome test anxiety.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Hampton, VA
We reviewed angles created by two intersecting lines, vertical angles, right angles, straight angles, and adding angles in geometry and units, the SI prefixes, and the chapter 2 equation list in physics. Since both of the student's classes just took tests, we started to look ahead at what they will be covering next. We talked about 3D definitions for lines and planes and looked at picking out parallel, skew, and intersecting lines that make up a 3D object. In physics, we talked about how projectile motion is similar to the linear motion problems from the previous chapter. He is getting better at remember the standard units for distance, velocity, and acceleration, and he is doing well at identifying the different variables in the physics equations and choosing which equation to use to solve a particular problem.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Hampton, VA
Today we kept practicing multiple step problems and the student did great in these problems; he missed only one problem. The rest of them were correctly solved. Next session we'll do a test of this and some other operations to access his performance.
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Tutoring review by John in Hampton, VA
The student and I covered a couple of worksheets that were the study material she needed for a quiz. The topics that were covered dealt with adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing of functions, recognition of whether or not a graph was a function, determining a function with just points, range and domain of functions, function restrictions, composite functions, and synthetic division. She seemed to be struggling the most with the composite functions and where to start in order to solve them and I showed her how to start from the inside of the composite and work to the outside. She seemed to pick up the concepts rather quickly as she remembered some of the examples that were covered in class.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in Hampton, VA
The student's reading fluency with the first couple of books is near 100%. In this session we also learned new vocabulary with her set of verb flashcards. We then completed a lesson on her language app, where she advanced to next level.
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