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Hubbard, Ohio, is located in Trumbull County. The city has a population of approximately 8,000. Hubbard is part of the youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA metropolitan area.

Hubbard High School is ranked among the top 150 schools in the state. The school is located in the Hubbard Exempted Village School District and offers Advanced Placement courses and exams. An online and in-person Hubbard tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. Just seven miles away, youngstown offers a variety of colleges and universities to choose from, including youngstown State University and Avalon University School of Medicine. A good way to take steps to try to get into the school of your choice is by using a private Hubbard, OH, tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Hubbard tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses.

Hubbard offers five local parks for residents. Harding Park features playgrounds, picnic areas, pavilions, grills, horseshoe pits, bocce courts, sand volleyball, baseball fields, and a bandstand for live music. Chestnut Ridge Park is pet friendly and offers camping, fishing, swimming, pavilions, RV campsites, grilling areas, picnic areas, basketball courts, playground, hiking trails, arcade, game room, concession stand, and laundry facility. The park features a five-acre swimming lake with a sandy beach and offers kayak and paddle boat rentals. Each year, the city holds a Christmas Parade, ending at the community renovated Tylee Park, located downtown. The park features Santa's Cottage, where children can visit Santa for pictures after the annual parade.

Take the short seven-mile trip to youngstown and visit the youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor. The museum offers a look back in time at the history of the area with ever-changing exhibits. The museum focuses on the importance of the steel industry that once dominated the town. Field trip and educational programs are also offered here, as well as an archive library full of learning resources. Twenty miles away, in Warren, visit the National Packard Museum and learn of the importance of the transportation industry.

Is your dream to attend one of the colleges or universities in nearby youngstown? You could get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Hubbard, OH.

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Tutoring review by Sharnita in Hubbard, OH
At this session, the topic we focused on was properties of exponents: product, zero, quotient, negative, and power. The student was comfortable solving problems with just zero, product and quotient exponents. He had more difficulty with the problems involving negative exponents and power exponents, so we focused on those during our session. We will continue to work on these problems in future sessions as well. The student informed me that his grade has improved to a B in this course.
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Tutoring review by Meghan in Hubbard, OH
We worked on simplifying rational expressions. We started by reviewing what is a rational expression. The student was able to explain this in basic terms and I explained it to her using mathematical terms. We started by factoring in general and did a problem from her book. She had some trouble dividing fractions so we went over how to do that. She also had difficulty at the beginning because the examples from class were different from her homework. She was able to talk out what she didn't understand and then was able to see the similarities. We went through her homework and she did well. In general, her biggest problem was not factoring a term completely. She got better at this as we went through more problems.
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Tutoring review by Jacy in Hubbard, OH
The student did hypothesis testing and confidence intervals...all by hand. I'll email a template with Excel calculations tonight.
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Tutoring review by Pradeep in Hubbard, OH
I helped the student practice the homework questions for algebra assessment exam. I have explained the problems that she had trouble understanding.
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Tutoring review by Tanvi in Hubbard, OH
The student and I began our first session by going over her past ACT scores and the diagnostic test. Then we went over the math section of one of the practice tests that she took previously from the practice manual. For next week's session, I asked her to memorize the necessary mathematical formulas and review her trigonometry work.
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Tutoring review by Kacey in Hubbard, OH
During our session this evening we focused on long division and memorizing times tables. The student told me that in his class right now they are focusing on dividing three numbers by two numbers so we did a lot of problems like that with long division. NiHe ck seems very smart, and he knows the process well, but he gets ahead of himself and makes mistakes. But he is also good at realizing where he made the mistake and fixing it quickly. Next we spent a good amount of time working with the multiplication flashcards so that he can memorize all multiplication problems with numbers 1 through 12. This will help him be more efficient when doing larger math problems and is extremely important. I gave him 2 minutes to get through as many flashcards as possible, and he really enjoyed the challenge.
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