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About Hendersonville

There are various reasons why people make Hendersonville, TN, their home. Between its lakes, parks, and great school system, it is definitely a city to brag about. Hendersonville has a population of about 51,000, and it is located in Sumner County. This lovely city is one of the fastest growing communities in Tennessee, and it is full of scenic beauty and welcoming residents. Hendersonville has been named one of the ten best cities for families by Family Circle Magazine. Hendersonville's schools are governed by the Sumner County Board of Education. Beech Senior High, E.B. Wilson High, and Hendersonville High are all competitive high schools. Hendersonville, TN, tutors are available to students in the area. As difficult as some high school classes are, you can work to keep up with online tutoring in Hendersonville, TN, for test prep or for your classes. Volunteer State Community College, Miller-Motte Technical College, and National College are three of the more popular colleges in the Hendersonville area. Tutors in Hendersonville provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to potentially increase the chances of admittance to a prestigious school.

Hendersonville is home to a number of attractions and points of interest, including Hendersonville Memory Gardens, Historic Rock Castle, and Trinity Music City. Trinity Music City is an entertainment complex that was also the home of singer Conway Twitty from its opening in 1982 until his death in 1993. This entertainment complex will take you back in country music history with a relaxed tour and stroll around the premises. Breakout Plan cannot be missed if you're into puzzles and real life escape games. Breakout Plan is where gaming comes to life. Book a room with some of your closest friends and test your wit to see if you can escape the room in an hour or less.

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Tutoring review by Tessa in Hendersonville, TN
Today the student needed help mostly with math. After discussing two practice problems in-depth, he was solving the equations quickly and accurately. After studying language arts the rest of the session, we went back to review the math work, and he was amazingly quick to solve review work. We also covered ways to check answers on linear equations by "plugging-in numbers." We covered reading comprehension, followed by sentence structure. Identifying the different parts of the sentence (verb, subject, object, etc.) will need more work. Vocabulary words come easily, and he is able to use context fairly well to discern meanings of previously unseen words. I recommend on days we don't meet, to read 15-20 min a day from either class work, or self-selected works.
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Tutoring review by Lalitha in Hendersonville, TN
The student will have a test on Thursday regarding coordinate planes, reflections, and shapes. We looked up practice problems online and completed many of them. After we did some of the practice pages, we did upper level practice to make sure that he understood the more advanced concepts (since he is in advanced math). He seemed to have no problem with the work and got most of the questions right--we practiced the ones he got wrong multiple times until he understood them. Then, since we had some extra time left, I asked him if he had any other homework, and he told me about two assignments he had for English. He completed the planning for one of them that is due this week. In the last few minutes of his session, he practiced European geography for social studies online, using a link his teacher posted on his blog. After our session, he was caught up on all his work and prepared for the rest of this week. For next week, I will try to find some advanced math worksheets that we can do if he doesn't have any homework because it could help him prepare for his final.
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Tutoring review by Kori in Hendersonville, TN
Student 1 worked on word problems in which she was required to set up algebraic expressions. The later problems also required her to isolate the variable -- she began by using guess and check to solve these problems until she was reminded that she could do it faster analytically. Student 2 continued to work on solving systems of linear equations analytically, and then learned how to solve them graphically. The latter method also gave us the opportunity to review plotting lines in slope-intercept form.
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Tutoring review by Liban in Hendersonville, TN
Continued with normal distribution and significance testing. She just needed a review on when to implement certain tests and the standard errors needed to conduct them. We reviewed some questions and identified key words that identified the test needed to answer them. We then went over a newspaper article and I showed her the statistics behind its statements. I then connected the article to significance testing so that she could understand how the article could make such statements. We then reviewed the rest of her study guide to make sure that she was prepared for her exam. I showed her what to include in her review sheet and what to expect come test time. She felt much more comfortable with the material by the end of the session.
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Tutoring review by Toure in Hendersonville, TN
We discussed decimals, fractions and percents. We reviewed the practice problems for the student's math exam. We reviewed the correlation between decimals, fractions and percents and how one can be used to identify or solve the other. He had some questions about ratios, it was challenging for him to identify equal ratios that had different numbers.
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Tutoring review by Kevin in Hendersonville, TN
Tonight we finished the last chapter section from last session and continued to the law of sines and cosines. At first the student seemed intimidated by the formulas for these laws, but I was able to work through some practice problems with her and showed her an easy way to memorize the equations associated with the laws.
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