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Little Silver, NJ, is a borough of around 6,000 people. While Europeans settled the area in 1667, it was not incorporated until 1923. Notable people from the town include Karl Guthe Jansky, the founder of radio astronomy, and Mike Rice Jr., the Rutgers Scarlet Knights men's basketball coach.

Most students from the borough are zoned into the Red Bank Regional School District. Predictably, the public secondary students are expected to attend the Red Bank Regional High School. Private tutors in Little Silver can provide you online or in-home tutoring, test prep, and instruction to assist with your challenging course or test. Tutors in Little Silver, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. Some of the best nearby colleges are Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ, and Wagner College in Staten Island, NY. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the Little Silver, NJ, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

Most families head into Red Bank for their recreational activities, which is a small city that is under ten minutes away by car. Riverside Garden Park is a beautiful outside area, with lots of space to walk and exercise. The park also shows free movies every Tuesday during the summer, and concerts are regularly held featuring local talent. The views overlooking the river are splendid, especially if you are able to be there for the morning sunrise or sunset in the evening. The Count Basie Theatre has excellent cinematic hits screening for people of all ages. Because the selection is always changing, you'll never run out of new movies to see. If you love to spend an afternoon on a quick game of golf, the Navesink Country Club has an excellent course for you to enjoy.

After a long day of education and fun, head back into Little Silver for a delicious meal or snack. The Turning Point of Little Silver uses only the freshest ingredients to create masterpieces your taste buds will love. or, if you just want a quick dessert, Ye Olde Pie Shoppe has homemade cookies, cakes, pies, and other sweetened delicacies that are sure to please.

Are you ready to reach your educational dreams? Little Silver, NJ, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Andrea in Little Silver, NJ
In my first session with the student, we talked about what she is looking to get from our tutoring sessions. She stated that this is her first and only math class in college, and that she wants someone to work through problems to make sure that she understands what is going on. She has a test on Friday, so we began by looking at the practice test to see what type of problems would be on it. We worked through practice problems with the point-slope formula. She picked up the material very quickly. She developed a good understanding of how to find the formula of a line using two points, a point and a slope, and a point and a parallel or perpendicular line. Other topics on her practice test included finding derivatives and calculating interest, which we will review at our next session. Before then, she will continue to work on her homework assignments and complete the practice test.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Little Silver, NJ
We reviewed Algebra 1 concepts that the student had learned throughout the year. Specifically, we went over the process of solving two equations with two unknown variables through the process of finding a common multiple between the two equations and then subtracting the equations in order to solve for the unknown variables. We also went over several word problems, graphing inequalities, finding slope, and using slope and coordinates to derive an equation. The student's attitude was very positive and she was engaged in the work throughout the session.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Little Silver, NJ
During this session, the student and I briefly reviewed some math concepts from a previous chapter and spent the majority of our time together reviewing biology for his upcoming exam. We specifically covered DNA replication, translation, RNA, and evolution.
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Tutoring review by John in Little Silver, NJ
Worked with the student on preparing for his test on polynomials, factoring, and graphing them. He needed extra help with knowing how to graph them by finding the vertex and knowing how to use the quadratic formula, but he has it down now.
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Tutoring review by Ari in Little Silver, NJ
During this session we went over HTML part 2 and finished talking about most of HTML, specifically: forms, definition lists, links, images, divs, spans and all of the elements that you would typically find inside of a form element. The student learned this information very well and also asked very good questions. She seemed to understand the material and master it quickly. She has a great attitude towards this information and seems curious and excited to learn more. Now that she knows the fundamentals of HTML, we can move onto CSS and begin talking about styling everything. She will definitely enjoy this as it will appeal to her artistic side.
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Tutoring review by Krystal in Little Silver, NJ
Tonight, we continued with polyatomic ions and ionic compounds. The student has a Mastery Quiz tomorrow and a Unit Test. We also reviewed definition and examples of ionic compounds. We also discussed properties of metals and salts. I had her complete her ionic compounds on note cards with the charges. I also gave her a couple of worksheets to practice. I noticed that she gets the problems correct on paper but incorrect on the computer. So I suggested that she write the answer on paper 1st, then input it into the computer.
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