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Jeffersonville, KY, has a population of about 1,500 residents. The city is a home-rule class city in Montgomery County. When the town was first formed in the 19th century, it was called Ticktown because of the tickgrass that grew in the area.

Montgomery County High School serves the town as a member of the Montgomery County School District. Private tutors in Jeffersonville can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Grades are very important in High School because they dictate where you may be accepted to attend college. To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person session with a Jeffersonville tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels. A great school for students aiming for top schools is the University of Kentucky. The school was ranked in the top 130 schools in the nation, which means it could be difficult to enter if you are not performing well in school. To gain an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Jeffersonville, KY, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

Explore Jeffersonville as a means of taking a break from studying. Sometimes stress can build up to the point that you just need a break! Indian Creek Golf Course is the perfect location to vent some stress and enjoy the great outdoors. The golf course is a regulation length, 18-hole loop. The course offers challenges for all with a variety of obstacles such as water hazards, sand traps, and foliage. The course has been open since 1960.

The town is also near the Olympia State Forest. The stretch of mountains and forest runs through Kentucky and ends at the state line in the Daniel Boone National Forest. While there are few developed trails or campgrounds in the forest, explorers are welcome to navigate the area. Several roads run through the park, so you can either follow a road or bring a guide who is well-versed in forest exploration. The unsettled parts of the forest are filled with local flora and fauna, so nature enthusiasts will get a chance to be close to their local ecosystem.

Once you've explored the area, return to your studies. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Jeffersonville, KY.

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Tutoring review by Richard in Jeffersonville, KY
We reviewed some online homework that dealt with graphing quadratic equations (parabolas), finding the vertex and line of symmetry, choosing which graph best represented an equation. He generally did great. He got 17 out of 18 right, and one of the 1/2 points he missed was a typo, so he did really well. He has a really intuitive sense of math that needs to be nurtured, and I was very happy with today's results.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in Jeffersonville, KY
We went over problems involving right triangles, and especially 30-60 and 45-45 right triangles. Also involved were trapezoids, rhombi, and kites. The student is excellent. She sometimes makes math calculation errors, but she understands the concepts just fine.
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Tutoring review by Kewanta in Jeffersonville, KY
Today we studied the letter C. We danced and sang a song about the letter C. We also learned words that begin with the letter C. Afterwards we looked at a few high frequency words. The student was able to write a capital and lowercase C. He spelled and pronounced his sight words. I left the sight word cards with him to practice.
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Tutoring review by Sean in Jeffersonville, KY
The student and I covered several Spanish topics: vocabulary (storms and other natural disasters), conjugations in the preterite and imperfect, irregular verbs, and phrasal verbs. He is able to do well on his homework and tests, but it seems like he forgets what he learns and is unable to recall past work that he's done. I think it would help if he tried a bit harder to learn these topics more permanently (as opposed to memorizing them for a test and forgetting them). It may take greater upfront effort, but Spanish classes generally repeat the same topics, so it will pay dividends in the long run.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Jeffersonville, KY
Today we reviewed for the student's upcoming test regarding similar topics as last session covering derivatives of specific functions. Specifically, he was still struggling with understanding taking the derivative of composite functions using the chain rule. We worked through examples and I reminded him how to do so. Similarly, he was forgetting the rules of the quotient rule as well. Overall, we worked through examples and I reminded him of these rules. As a final reminder before I left, I reminded him to review the quotient and chain rules and how they apply to taking derivatives. Also in the session, we continued our review of implicit differentiation, working through examples with me reminding him to follow certain rules either with calculus or in the algebraic manipulation of the final equations. Overall, the session went well and he should be better prepared for his test and should continue to review the specific items we discussed today.
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Tutoring review by Jalyn in Jeffersonville, KY
We reviewed the alphabet with flashcards, practiced writing letters A-C, read a book and identified letters A-C in words, and sang a song with hand motions. I left the student with letter practice sheets and a coloring sheet. The student understands English very well and follows directions when prompted.
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