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Laurel is a city located in Prince George's County, Maryland. It has a population of 25,100 residents and is the halfway point between Baltimore and Washington, DC. Residents living in Laurel are approximately 20 miles to the downtown area of both cities.

Students who live in Laurel are serviced by Prince George's County Public Schools, where they attend Laurel High School. There are also a number of private schools around the area, including the Maya Angelou Academy and St. Vincent Pallotti High School. A private Laurel tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Expert tutors in Laurel could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring, so that you can prepare a college-ready portfolio.

Laurel is the home of Prince George's Community College, Howard Community College, and Capitol College. Washington, DC, also has many top institutions like George Washington University and Georgetown University. With Laurel, MD, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

You have many different entertainment options around Laurel that you can explore. The Dutch Country Farmers Market is the perfect way to spend the day buying fresh meat, vegetables, fruit, and produce. You can even buy baked goods, snacks, and various trinkets.

If you are interested in learning more about the history of Maryland, stop by the Montpelier Mansion. This plantation dates back to the United States' Colonial Era, and now serves as a museum. Visitors can learn about the life of residents in the area throughout different time periods.

If you are looking to get away from the city for a while, make a stop at the National Wildlife Visitor Center. This park is located on the shore of Lake Redington and is a must-see for people who enjoy outdoor activities. You can watch birds, deer, and various other animals, walk the nearby hiking trails, or spend a few hours fishing on the lake.

Since Washington, DC, is nearby, making a trip to the nation's capital is quick and convenient. This means that you can spend the day walking around the National Mall, or see the world-class exhibits at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Maggie in Laurel, MD
In this session, the student and I spent a lot of time going over some difficult integration problems in preparation for her exam on Monday. Specifically, we spent a lot of time going over some integration by partial fractions problems, and some difficult substitution ones.
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Tutoring review by Jonathan in Laurel, MD
The student and I spent this session reviewing for his chapter 9 test to be taken on Tuesday. I started with a general overview of the sections, pointing out the important ideas in each one. After this, we began working on practice problems. I started with the most recently covered sections first, since we hadn't yet worked together on those. These sections were graphs of special functions and the quadratic formula. For the graphing section, I discussed the aspects of stepwise, absolute, and piecewise functions. I encouraged the student to approach these carefully and make a table for each question. We then moved on to the quadratic function, which was just plugging in numbers. The student did not have the function memorized at the start of our session, but after a few problems, it returned to him. After we completed these sections, I assigned the student half of a practice test in order to expose him to the other question types that we did not yet cover in this section.
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Tutoring review by Connell in Laurel, MD
We covered another homework problem set that the student was given. This problem set was more work with stereochemistry and assigning absolute configurations (R/S), and this time it specifically referred to Fischer projections and manipulations. I think she is doing very well assigning R/S configurations to stereocenters, especially given different projections of the same molecule. One recurrent issue we ran into today was that she would get mixed up with assigning R/S configurations based on the clockwise/counterclockwise turn given a certain hydrogen placement, but she seemed to get the hang of it later on. I have confidence that with more practice, she will become much more comfortable with this material in the next week or so.
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Tutoring review by Noah in Laurel, MD
Concepts covered were a review of the homework, and focused on plotting, algebraic simplification and word problems. The student's biggest challenge remains in developing reliable problem-solving processes. We will continue to work on that. Strategies covered included drawing information presented in word problems. A test is occurring during the week, and will inform future progress.
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Tutoring review by Benedetto in Laurel, MD
In our last session before the second midterm, we solved the last set of the student's practice tests, and I stressed the importance of simplifying expressions, streamlining them, and writing them neatly and orderly and on the worksheet.
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Tutoring review by Jonathan in Laurel, MD
We went over the student's exam and she figured out some of her mistakes. Next, we went over functions and I helped her understand the meaning of domain and range and knowing which are functions and which are relations.
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