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Ladue is a city located in St. Louis County, Missouri. It has a population of 8,600 residents and is less than a 20-minute drive from St. Louis. The median income for families living in the city is $179,300, which is the highest of any community in the state. Ladue is, or has been, the home of a number of prominent figures and CEOs, like William H. T. Bush, brother of President George H. W. Bush; McDonnell Douglas founder, James Smith McDonnell; and David Farr, the CEO of Emerson Electric Company.

The Ladue School District is ranked in the top two percent of districts in the United States, and it is home to Ladue Horton Watkins High School. The city is also home to two private schools, John Burroughs School and the Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, or MICDS. These are all excellent institutions with top-notch, competitive academic programs. In order to try to get the most of your studies, you will need to ensure that you understand the material covered. Your goals are within reach, and you could become more confident in that by receiving tutoring in Ladue, MO.

While there are no colleges or universities in Ladue, there are a number of excellent schools in nearby St. Louis. Institutions like Fontbonne University, Webster University, and Saint Louis University - Main Campus, are all reputable institutions. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the Ladue, MO, tutors available for instruction so you could receive private tutoring and test prep, either in-home or online. In order to increase your chances of being accepted into one of these pristine universities, or other institutions nearby, you will need to score better on the SAT or ACT. Ladue, MO, tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today.

Ladue is a relatively quiet city. The residents here get to experience the urban life of St. Louis, but not live in it. For entertainment, you will need to visit St. Louis. There, you can watch a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game at Busch Stadium, spend the day enjoying the rides at Six Flags St. Louis, or visit the world class Saint Louis Zoo. If you're interested in sightseeing, be sure to visit the famous Gateway Arch. You can also stop by the Missouri History Museum, where you can learn about America's expansion, as well as the history of the region.

Online or in-person Ladue, MO, tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep and place you on the road to success. By working with a private tutor, you might increase your chances of reaching your goals of entering the college or university of your choice.

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Recent Ladue Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Ishita in Ladue, MO
Test review for Friday, covering rational, inverse, quadratic, and square root functions - graphing them, finding domain and range, and discussing end behavior, along with completing the square to find the vertex form of equations.
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Tutoring review by Amira in Ladue, MO
Today, I split the session between Students A and B. First, Student A and I went over a double passage that he had done before our sessions started. I gave him some "double passage-specific" strategies, and then we went through paragraph by paragraph and applied them. He then answered the questions anew and got them all correct. After that, I gave him a new critical reading session to try, and we discussed the questions he missed afterwards. With Student B, I used some geometry practice worksheets to familiarize her with some geometry strategies. When she was finished, we discussed the sentence completions and short passages from one of the sections she had done previously. I made sure they had copies of the practice exams for math and writing, and I gave Student B some last-minute tips on vocabulary building before I left.
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Tutoring review by Khrishen in Ladue, MO
The student wanted to go over a practice test that had been given to him ahead of time to prepare for his exam in the afternoon. He specifically wanted to cover concepts that seemed unclear to him on the test. Accordingly, we went over determining the geometry of compounds, the hybridization state of different compounds, determining the molecular formula of compounds based on their valence electron availability and calculating the empirical formula of organic compounds. I was able to help him with the questions he had problems with on the test, but he will need to go back over the underlying concepts in the periodic table.
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Tutoring review by Garrett in Ladue, MO
Today we did a bunch of practice problems in preparation for the student's math test tomorrow. Her performance on the test will determine whether or not she gets moved up to the accelerated math class, so obviously the test is quite important.  We worked through many different types of practice problems, including multiplying and dividing fractions, multiplying and dividing algebraic expressions, and simplifying algebraic expressions. The student did quite well with binomial factoring and simplifying factors numerically, but she needed reminding that when you have sums or differences in the numerator and denominator, you cannot divide through by a common factor- you can only do this when you have products. This was the overarching rule that she needed to have reinforced, as it was the reason for some of her recent missteps in math questions. Over the course of the session this rule seemed to sink in, and I think she is well-situated to do well on her test tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Heather in Ladue, MO
Tonight, the student and I worked on finishing his review over one of the chapters of the book his class is working on 'Lord of the Flies'.  Student finished his assignment and was able to email to his teacher. After he was finished with his assignment over the 'Lord of the Flies', he began his work over his other reading assignment, 'The Grapes of Wrath'. His class had read the first chapter, in class, and he just needed to write a small paragraph over the plot line, characters and settings in this first chapter. He was also able to complete this assignment.
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Tutoring review by Basant in Ladue, MO
Reviewed testing and grading system for the class and how to direct study efforts so that the maximum points will be achieved. Learned and studied the 10 types of microscopes, their uses and limitations.
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