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The County of Henrico is located in eastern Virginia, and is within the Greater Richmond Region. It has a population of approximately 320,000. It was originally settled by a man named Thomas Dale, who named the area the City of Henricus, which the current name is derived from.

The main school district serving the county is Henrico County Public Schools. The best High School in it is Deep Run High, located in the city of Glen Allen, VA. It is consistently ranked within the top ten high schools in the state. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Henrico County tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. The top college in the area is the University of Richmond, located in Richmond, VA. It is often ranked within the top 40 liberal arts colleges in the country. In-home or online private tutoring in Henrico County, VA, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools.

There are many activities that people of all ages can enjoy in Henrico County. One of the most popular places to go is Maymont Park, located in Richmond. It has many beautiful gardens, most notably Italian and Japanese, as well as a wildlife center with many different animals, including bears and otters. A must-see for nature lovers is Pocahontas State Park, also in Richmond. There you can explore the various hiking trails, rent a paddleboat, or go fishing. If you're more interested in art and culture, you can go to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

If you're looking to attend a sporting event in Henrico County, your best bet is to go to Richmond. A very fun place to go in the summer is The Diamond, where you can watch minor league baseball team, the Richmond Flying Squirrels. If you're looking for soccer, the Richmond Kickers of the United Soccer League make their home at City Stadium. Additionally, football fans have the option of going to Hovey Field to see the Richmond Black Widows of the Women's Football Alliance.

Whether you're struggling to keep up in your advanced classes, or just want to ace your next big test, it could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Henrico County for test prep and help with course material. Henrico County, VA, tutors might help students gain admittance into the school of their dreams.

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Tutoring review by Christopher in Henrico County, VA
We went over the first test on her state assessment review book. We went over a slew of topics from factoring to percentiles. The student could use some more practice when it comes to finding the roots/ solutions/ zeros of a polynomial. The fundamentals keep escaping her. I recommended her to please go over the second test for further practice on topics I felt she could really use help on. I also told her to email me during the week so I can prepare a concise summary sheet of the topics that she needs help on. With all that said, she did give her best effort in understanding the material. We practiced a few problems several times and by the end of the session I saw an improvement.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Henrico County, VA
We started looking through the review packet for the student's geometry final to see which topics to focus on. We went through the equation sheets to review what the different variables are and when to use different forms of the equations. We looked at the equations for all four types of conic sections and how to sketch the graphs of ellipses, parabolas, and hyperbolas. We were able to identify how the different constants in an equation affect the graph by shifting the center of the graph or scaling the radius. We looked at using the perfect square method of factoring a polynomial to rewrite an equation into the conic form in order to be able to find the center/vertex and other key constants for sketching the graph. Lastly, we reviewed circles and finding arc length, the area of a sector, and converting between degrees and radians. She is doing well identifying which equation to use for finding arclength and area of a sector as well as using arclengths to find various interior and exterior angles for a particular circle. We also talked about easy ways to determine if an angle is given in radians or degrees. In addition to what they work on for review in class and before our next session, she is planning on working through many of the problems in the review packet for the topics that we covered today to see how comfortable she is with these concepts before we focus on the rest of the topics.
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Tutoring review by Brittaney in Henrico County, VA
The student was interested in practicing a presentation and improving how to present it to a Chinese investor audience (citizens of PRC). We discussed pacing, organization, tone, Chinese cultural norms, and English words in the presentation that would better translate to a deck in Mandarin Chinese.
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Tutoring review by Randi in Henrico County, VA
The topics we covered today included working with fractions -- finding common denominators, adding and subtracting fractions, multiplying and dividing fractions, changing mixed numbers into fractions, and reducing fractions. The material is sometimes challenging for the student, but he continues to practice each type of problem until he feels comfortable with each.
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Tutoring review by Carl in Henrico County, VA
Tonight the student and I hit Logical Reasoning hard again, after a disappointing showing on a recent practice exam. In the main, his problems are with argument family questions and identifying conclusions. Going forward, he's got to start every question by identifying the conclusion. Before our next lesson, he's going to be working independently in his book and keeping a list of topics to discuss.
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Tutoring review by Jeff in Henrico County, VA
The student and I went over the concept of factoring--how to factor, why factoring is useful, and when to factor. We also covered the mechanics of reducing radicals (roots) and how to treat them. At the beginning of the session, she said she didn't understand at all, but at the end of the session, she was able to complete every one of the problems I gave her and seemed much more confident with the material.
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