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Hyattsville is a city located in Prince George's County, Maryland. It has a population of 17,600 residents and is a suburb of Washington, D.C. People who live in Hyattsville are slightly more than five miles from DC.

Students who live in Hyattsville are serviced by the Prince George's County Public Schools and attend College Park Academy or Northwestern High School. The area is also home to a number of private schools, including DeMatha Catholic High School. An enthusiastic Hyattsville tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Hyattsville tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels.

There are a number of excellent schools in Washington, D.C., like George Washington University, Georgetown University, and Howard University. These top schools might be within the realm of possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Hyattsville, MD, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep.

There are a number of entertainment options that you can explore in and around Hyattsville. The city has a historic district that tells the story of the region. If you are interested in learning more about the area, as well as United States' history overall, take time to walk through the Hyattsville Historic District and visit the various buildings and houses from different time periods that are still standing.

Since you are so close to Washington, D.C., you can easily find things in the nation's capital to keep you busy. If you enjoy walks outdoors, spend time exploring the National Mall. There, you can see many of the famous areas that Washington, D.C. has to offer, like the Washington Monument, the Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, and many more. The area is also home to famous war memorials, like the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the National World War II Memorial.

Washington, D.C. is also home to a variety of world-class museums and art galleries. If you like learning about history and science, make sure that you visit the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. There, you can see a number of famous and rare artifacts.

You can work with Hyattsville, MD, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college. Work with a skilled tutor who can give you the assistance you need to succeed.

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Tutoring review by Anuradha in Hyattsville, MD
Today we discussed in detail about the formation of the Covalent bond. Covalent bond is formed by mutual sharing of electrons between 'non metals'. The compounds containing covalent bonds are called covalent compounds. We discussed a little bit about acids and bases. Acid is hydrogen ion donor and base is hydroxide ion donor. The reaction of an acid with a base gives salt and water. She worked on the School Assignments related to naming of various compounds, writing molecular formulas and categorized those compounds as acid, base, ionic and covalent compounds. She is in the process of learning the formulas of oxide, sulphide, phosphide, fluoride, chloride, bromide, iodide, etc.
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Tutoring review by Nihal in Hyattsville, MD
The student was introduced to his topic on inequalities in his math class. We had previously discussed number lines and negative numbers so it was a great segue into reviewing those topics. He sent me his homework beforehand and together we worked through some of the inequality problems. Along the way, I created some practice problems for him to make sure he understands fully. We then moved on to word problems during which we practiced inequalities with a cost example.
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Tutoring review by Brandon in Hyattsville, MD
The student and I continued our review of Taylor series and worked on problems involving polar coordinates and parametric equations.
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Tutoring review by Alla in Hyattsville, MD
I worked with the student on an algebra review worksheet: solving quadratics by factoring. Her skills of factoring a quadratic with a leading coefficient of 1 are strong; she is also quite capable in basic equation manipulation (getting one side of the equation to =0, and quickly setting up and solving two-step equations). We worked on factoring quadratics with a leading coefficient other than 1, factoring a common term from a quadratic before attempting to factor into binomials, and factoring by different paths (that ultimately lead to the same answers). We went over last week's quiz (score: 41/50) and corrected each mistake. She had difficulty answering questions because of vocabulary and nomenclature: interior of an angle; linear pair; naming a line. Overall, her understanding of the material was strong; a few points were lost due to rushing when taking the quiz. She completed a geometry homework assignment based on surface area of a 3-dimensional figure. We discussed different ways to visualize the area of a trapezoid, and how each of those visualizations results in equivalent formulas. We also worked on being able to reconstruct any area formula if you just memorize the basics: rectangle, triangle, circle. Finally, I gave her a mental challenge to review and reinforce last week's topic of polygon angle sums. I pretended to be a student who misunderstood the method, and thus had an incorrect sum. At first, she could only tell me the correct sum; eventually, she could both use the formula, and explain to me--the student--where I had gone wrong in my thinking. She is very willing to persevere to make sense of math problems, and to explain her thinking aloud. These skills make her a joy to work with--in addition to being good for acquiring higher math knowledge.
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Tutoring review by Nicole in Hyattsville, MD
The student finished her homework in science before reviewing her math for her quiz the next day over multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers.
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Tutoring review by Melvin in Hyattsville, MD
During this session, we focused on PSAT questions. The student wanted to focus on PSAT questions because he has the exam coming up. He needs to work on proportions and working with fractions. We went over various questions. Overall, this session went well.
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