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Private Tutoring in Linwood, NJ

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The city of Linwood is located in Atlantic County of New Jersey. It was originally a borough of the state until 1931, when it was reincorporated as a city. Prior to 1880, the city was Leedsville. It had to be changed to avoid conflict with an existing post office with the same name. The city's park system spans 36 acres of land, not including the 33-acre bicycle path system. You can play hockey, baseball, soccer, football, and softball, among other recreational sports.

The school system that serves the community is the Linwood Public Schools. There are also charter institutions available, such as the Atlantic County Institute of Technology. It is ranked well out of the state's public high schools. These top schools might be ones you could attend if you reach out to private tutors in Linwood, New Jersey, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. A private Linwood tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. The most prestigious college in the state of New Jersey is Princeton University. It is nationally ranked amongst the best schools in the country and is considered the best in the state. You may enjoy working with Linwood tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance.

The Board of Recreation organizes a wide range of annual events for the community. Families enjoy the Halloween Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt, the Miss Linwood Pageant, and the Memorial Day Parade, among many other events. The Linwood Arboretum is designed to be an educational reprieve into nature. You can attend the educational events during the year, whether you'd like to learn to develop your own butterfly and hummingbird garden or learn to sustainably landscape. People often visit the area to read among the plants and flowers. Visit All Wars Memorial Park to enjoy the fireworks display during the Fourth of July. There is a playground area that is suited to kids from five to 12, as well as lakes and creeks, pathways, and a pavilion. Check out the Art Room Studio to view a wide range of local works, purchase some of them, and learn to make your very own creations. There are technique classes, as well as arts and crafts days for kids.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Katelyn in Linwood, NJ
My student missed two days of math class last week due to an illness so we had a lot to catch her up on. The class has now moved into a new unit of their three part class and is focusing on probabilities. We focused on really getting the theoretical concepts and terminology understood in sections 6.1-6.4, which is the material her class has covered in her absence. Luckily, she had a worksheet from the missed class that a friend gave her and she was able to fill it out using their class notes. Probability notation is a little difficult for her, especially speaking in terms of "and," "or," and "not" (and their corresponding symbols). We drew a Venn diagram to help her understand overlapping sets and independent sets, and shaded in regions for "or" as well as "and". Finally, we worked ahead on sections 6.5-6.7, which were about permutations, contingency tables, and Monte Carlo simulations. We did a few sample problems from each section to apply the concepts. She seemed to understand most of them, and will have further instruction this week as well (though she will be missing more classes).
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Tutoring review by Kristopher in Linwood, NJ
We reviewed the ANOVA and the context in which one would use an ANOVA. We also looked at how to interpret the output from an ANOVA. The session went well. We reviewed the directions and some questions for an upcoming assignment. We also talked about how to write up the results of the ANOVA. By the end of the session I believe the student had a good grasp of the concepts reviewed. The student continues to do well on her homework assignments each week.
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Tutoring review by Debra in Linwood, NJ
Today we did a math worksheet involving decimals and fractions. Then we worked on a social studies assignment to end the session.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Linwood, NJ
We went over her first geometry assignment which was pretty basic. It just prepared her for general math thinking. Then, we went ahead with her algebra.
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Tutoring review by Jackson in Linwood, NJ
During this session we continued our recent trend of building the student's math skills up for her test. We finished 5th grade math and began our examination of 6th grade math. Specifically, today we looked at ratios and percents. She is a sharp kid; she picked up everything quickly. At our current rate she will easily be up to speed by the time her test comes around. Our plan for the next few sessions is to finish with 6th grade math, then to return to the specific questions that she will see on the test.
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Tutoring review by Gerard in Linwood, NJ
The student and I started by going over the verbal section she had worked on since our last session. She did better on the reading comprehension than the vocabulary, so we went through a few examples of fill in the blank vocab questions. She seems to understand what these questions are asking for, but needs to work on increasing her vocabulary if she wants to improve in this section. I stressed the importance of learning unfamiliar words she encounters, and we talked about some strategies she can use to help predict what words will be correct. For the second half of the session, we started to review some geometry concepts, including identifying different types of triangles, calculating angles in a triangle, the triangle inequality theorem, and Pythagorean Theorem. I will send her a practice set to reinforce the topics we talked about today. Next time, we will continue with our geometry review.
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