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Lansdale is a borough located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It has a population of 16,300 and is a suburb of Philadelphia. Residents living in Lansdale are less than 30 miles from downtown Philadelphia.

Students who live in Lansdale are serviced by the North Penn School District and attend North Montco Tech Career Center or North Penn High School, which is one of Pennsylvania's top 50 institutions. Private tutors in Lansdale can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. One-on-one tutoring in Lansdale, PA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams and better help you prepare for your future outside of secondary education.

There are a number of top-tier colleges and universities in Philadelphia, like the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, and Drexel University. With Lansdale, PA, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

Lansdale has many events that happen throughout the year. If you enjoy festivals that attract people from across the Philadelphia area, make sure to attend one of the city's annual events like Lansdale Bike Night, the annual Car Show, Oktoberfest, Founder's Day, and many more. Each of these events has games, food, and various forms of family-friendly entertainment.

Since Lansdale is close to downtown Philadelphia, you can easily spend the day discovering all that the city has to offer. As a city deeply-rooted in the history of the United States, you can learn a lot about the nation's history by visiting museums around Philadelphia. Independence National Historical Park is a great place to visit to learn about the events that led up to the Declaration of Independence and the American Revolution, and you can even see the famous Liberty Bell in person.

Another popular location to visit in Philadelphia is the Barnes Foundation. This gallery is the home of many famous pieces from around the world. While the outside of the building has a modern feel to it, the exhibits on the inside are constructed in a way that simulates Albert C. Barnes' original mansion. Here, you can see more than 800 impressionist and Modernist paintings, as well as various artifacts.

If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Lansdale is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Work with a tutor who can give you the assistance you need to succeed in your studies.

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Tutoring review by Christie in Lansdale, PA
The student got a 19/22 on the Physical vs Chemical Change quiz. He took the retest on States of Matter quiz. He did much better and will take the official retest tomorrow. He completed his worksheet for the ice cream lab. We reviewed his packet again for the quiz on Friday.
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Tutoring review by Sahar in Lansdale, PA
We went over some homework assignments that the student had regarding slope intercept form and different variations of the formulas. She is overall feeling more comfortable with the concept material.
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Tutoring review by Phil in Lansdale, PA
The student is taking Algebra II Honors which is a nice jump step up for him. We discussed the importance of a strong start this year. Last year, slow starts in a couple of classes made the whole term an uphill battle. He completed his homework assignment on properties of real numbers, simplifying expressions, and solving equations and inequalities. He did well and was more organized in his writing which reflects good energy and attitude.
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Tutoring review by John in Lansdale, PA
Covered: Absolute Value Equations. Attitude: Excellent. Strategies: Registered the student for an online learning tool to help practice skills and keep track of analytics. Focused on step-by-step solving--jumping head causes mistakes. Emailed practice PSAT exam for supplemental review.
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Tutoring review by Sabrina in Lansdale, PA
The student took a practice test last week and wanted to improve her math results. We went over all the answers she got wrong in 1 of the math sections. The problem seems to be test-taking anxiety! She understands all the concepts, but under pressure, she blanks and can't apply her knowledge. We focused on reading the problems carefully and writing down all the numbers given before trying to calculate. By doing this, she was able to visualize what was going on and think about what she was solving for. Over all, I'm very pleased with her effort! For homework, she will do another timed practice section.
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Tutoring review by Francesca in Lansdale, PA
We started the session by reading the November newsletter from school. We reviewed how to read dates, for example "11/3" is November 3rd. We then reviewed the months of the year and how to spell them using vowel sounds. Then, we practiced writing various dates throughout the year in the abbreviated version, such as 11/3. Next, I presented the student with a quiz on multiplication, which I had made for her. She completed the quiz in her head, struggled with 6x9, but ultimately scored 100% on the quiz! I then presented her with a multiplication table of numbers 3-7 and 1-12, which she completed beautifully. She struggled with multiplication by 7 after multiplying it by 6 and on but was able to correct her mistake when it was pointed out to her. She is very skilled at multiplication, and we will continue to strengthen her skills. We ended by playing the writing game that she enjoys and worked on nouns and adjectives.
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