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Long Island City, NY, is located in the New York City borough of Queens. The residential and commercial neighborhood has a population of about 68,100. The area has one of the highest concentrations of art galleries and studio spaces in all of New York City.

The Academy of American Studies is a member of the New York City Public Schools. It is ranked within the top 80 schools in the state. Expert online tutoring from Long Island City tutors could help you work towards success in your test prep and coursework. It is important for you to focus on your academics while you are in High School, because your test scores and grades will directly impact which colleges you may be accepted into. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Long Island City are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Students hoping to stay within the state after High School graduation have a great selection of colleges available to them, including New York University. Since NYU is ranked in the nation's top 40 schools, it may be difficult for students to be admitted. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Long Island City, NY, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

Long Island City has a very rich art culture, so anyone with an appreciation for art will have multiple options to choose from. You can view contemporary art at the Fisher Landau Center for Art. The gallery is constantly getting new artists' work to display, so make sure you visit often in order to not miss any of them. Another great art location is the Noguchi Museum. This gallery displays works of abstract art and sculptures. The museum flows seamlessly from the interior of the building to the gardens out back. If you're looking for a way to enjoy art out in the open air, then the Socrates Sculpture Park will be perfect for you. The museum and public park is beautifully landscaped to complement the works of art that decorate the lawn. The statues change throughout the year, presenting park visitors with new sights to see each time they visit.

Once you've had your fill of art, you can go back to studying. Seeking tutoring in Long Island City, NY, is a great first step to work to try to get to the next level in your education.

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Tutoring review by Brian in Long Island City, NY
The material this week was the Pythagorean theorem and special Pythagorean triangles. The student was able to use the Pythagorean theorem to determine if a triangle is acute, right, or obtuse. The student was able to complete her homework, solving problems to find the third side of a triangle, with some help. She was usually able to set up the appropriate equation. The student will continue to review the 45-45-90 and 30-60-90 triangles and memorize a list of Pythagorean triplets assigned by her teacher. She will have a test next week on these subjects, so I encouraged her to complete the unassigned practice problems to improve her algebra.
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Tutoring review by Kiera in Long Island City, NY
We continued to work on graphing parabolas and completing the square. The student solved the derivation of the quadratic equation very well, which shows that she understand the concepts of completing the square. We have gone over a lot of information very quickly, but she is definitely sufficiently able to solve factoring problems and completing the square problems when prompted. She very quickly learned and was able to apply graphing rules for parabolas. This is the most important thing for graphing, so we will continue working on this, but her quick learning of these concepts shows that we will be able to continue progressing through concepts quickly.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Long Island City, NY
We went over a couple of chemistry concepts to review for the student's upcoming test as well as problems dealing with radicals for algebra 2. For chemistry, we clarified elements/compounds/mixtures, how to determine whether an event resulted in a physical or chemical change, and balancing equations. She knew how to explain physical and chemical changes perfectly, and how to identify elements/compounds/mixtures. I gave her sample problems for balancing equations and clarified some parts of the process. She was able to accurately solve the questions after a couple of questions. For math, we went over simplifying radicals, factoring, and determining degrees of expressions. We went over radicals with real numbers, then we added variables to the mix. She just started learning about the topic, so she needs more practice but was able to realize how simplifying radicals worked. She was fine with factoring the greatest common factor already, and we discussed what was upcoming in this unit.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Long Island City, NY
Taught section 2.3 and reviewed the student's homework in section 2.2. Focused on completing the square, finding zeroes of 3rd, 4th, and 5th order polynomials, and sketching graphs of functions with known zeroes.
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Tutoring review by Erica in Long Island City, NY
The student and I worked on finding slope based on two given coordinate pairs. In an attempt to cut down on her chattiness and restlessness, I timed her as she did each problem and had her cross them off as she worked. This seemed to work to some extent, though I was unable to cut down on the chattiness altogether. At the end of our session, I gave her a math riddle that she enjoyed solving. For next session, I'll bring more riddles and have her attempt to solve them every few problems or so in order to keep her interested and engaged.
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Tutoring review by Miranda in Long Island City, NY
The student is taking her test on Monday. She had a list of topics she had questions on, so I went through them with her. I had her do some practice problems as well. Finally, I helped her set up word problems.
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