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The city of Harrison is located in northeastern New Jersey, and is a suburb of Newark, NJ. It is a part of Hudson County and has a population of about 14,000. It was a very large trading center in the early 1900s because of its proximity to a lot of rail lines, as well as its large waterfront.

Harrison Public Schools is currently the main school district serving the city. It includes Harrison High School, which offer Advanced Placement classes and tests to its students. Whether you are falling behind in these advanced classes, or want to ace that next big exam, online or in-home tutoring in Harrison might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. The top college in the area is none other than Princeton University, less than an hour away. It is consistently ranked within the top three universities in the nation and is often ranked one. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in Harrison, NJ, is available to help you work towards your goals.

There are plenty of things for you to do in and around the area of Harrison. A great place to go on a beautiful day is West Hudson Park. Here, you can take a pleasant walk, fish, play basketball or baseball, or take a jog. Another popular destination very close is the Newark Art Museum. It holds an impressive collection, most notable American, Greek, and Tibetan art. The very short drive to Newark will also give you access to the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, where you can go see a large variety of live performances.

Sports fans should have an easy time finding sporting events in the area. Located right in Harrison, Red Bull Arena--the home to Major League Soccer's New York Red Bulls, is a great place to enjoy a soccer game. Additionally, National Football League fans can head down to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, to see either the New York Giants or the New York Jets. If hockey is what you're looking for, the short drive to Newark will take you to Prudential Center. Here, the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League make their home.

Looking to take your education to the next level? It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Harrison for test prep and help with course material. A tutor is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Harrison, NJ
Today the student and I got a head start on material he'll be covering this week in class - solving two-step algebraic equations. For example, 3x-9=12. The student does very well solving these equations. We reviewed like terms, inverse operations (addition and subtraction are opposites; multiplication and division are opposites), and PEMDAS before jumping into some examples. In the teacher's video where she does examples of the homework problems, he was always able to predict the next step when I asked him to think about it before the teacher did it. He also didn't have to be reminded to check his answer by plugging it back into the original equation. This was something he did on his own without prompting from me when we started the homework problems. The only thing he really had trouble with was formulating these equations himself from word problems. We worked through two of these, taking them piece by piece, but I think it will require more practice, so we'll definitely do some more on Wednesday. These problems involved defining a single variable, subtracting an up-front cost from a total, and knowing whether to multiply or divide the difference by the variable. Once the equation is set up he can solve it, but translating the English into algebra is going to be the tough part with this week's work.
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Tutoring review by Rong in Harrison, NJ
We covered the two tests she is going to take in the upcoming week. The first is on international metrics and the second is on order of operations. I did left her a question on the metrics so that she could have some extra practice after she memorized the different equations.
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Tutoring review by Gwen in Harrison, NJ
We went over the entire test retake on rational expressions, equations, factoring, word problems, clearing the fractions strategy, and radical expressions. I asked the student to work out those problems herself, and she tried not to look over any notes in order to prepare for the test. I also asked her to go home and go over the test at least one or two more times. She texted me today and said she made 110 on the test.
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Tutoring review by Bethany in Harrison, NJ
The students worked on the their math homework first over multiplication. Both boys did well with very few mistakes. Then, we worked on long division. They were able to complete the problems on their own.
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Tutoring review by Ramon in Harrison, NJ
In preparation for the student's exam, we reviewed polynomials, exponential functions, equations, inequalities, percentages, arithmetic, and geometric sequences. He ended the tutoring session feeling confident and well prepared for his exam.
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Tutoring review by Anthony in Harrison, NJ
We covered functions, inequalities, and slope formulas mostly. It seems like the student understands the material well whenever he doesn't try to rush through anything. He's motivated to improve, though. My goal is to get him at least a B on the next exam, so I hope we can study more work from his class, like homework.
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