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About Highland

Highland, Utah, has a population of approximately 16,000. Located just 30 miles from Salt Lake City, it is part of the Provo-Orem metropolitan area. The city got its name due to the resemblance of the Highlands of Scotland.

Ranked number five in the state, Lone Peak High School is located in the Alpine School District. The school offers Advanced Placement courses and exams. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Highland tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. Skilled in-person or online Highland tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. A mere 30 miles away is Salt Lake City, home to multiple colleges and universities, including the University of Utah, Western Governors University, and Westminster College. With Highland, UT, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

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I began this session by meeting with the student's mother to discuss the timing of events for his algebra class as well as his performance on today's quiz. She said that he felt that he had done well on this exam and he even finished with time to spare, which was a problem on past exams. I then talked with him, who also mentioned that he felt that he was more prepared for this test than on previous ones. We reviewed the two sections he had most recently covered, and did a few practice problems from each. Once I was satisfied with his performance on each section, we began to go over the next section's material. This section involved factoring quadratic polynomials in which the leading coefficient was not one. Although this was the first time he had seen this material, he picked it up and was able to do a few problems on his own, so he will be well prepared to cover it in class.
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The student worked on his test review on ratios and proportions. He also worked with percentages. He understands the concepts.
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We worked on grammar homework today. The lesson was on subject-verb agreement and identifying the subject properly. The student breezed right through it with very little difficulty.
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We covered material in preparation for the student's quiz tomorrow. We covered derivatives using the chain rule and also product rules and implicit differentiation.
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Today, we mostly reviewed homework and we began studying for the student's Geometry unit test on Thursday. We reviewed homework and made flashcards with geometry terminology on them. It took quite a bit of repetition. I asked her to do a page in section 1.7 when I left. She was awesome the entire time, and she pushed through and got very excited about the flashcards. Hopefully they help.
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We went over the student's lesson involving family terminology. She learned how to describe her family as well as how to ask about people in other people's families.
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