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Lower East Side, New York, is an area located in the Manhattan borough within New York City. Orchard Street is the main street in the area and is famous for its boutiques; the area is also home to multiple contemporary art galleries. The Lower East Side sits along the banks of the East River.

Manhattan Bridges High School is ranked among the top 25 schools in the state. It is in the New York City Public School District. Lower East Side tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Lower East Side for test prep and help with course material. New York City offers something for everyone in the college department. Columbia University, New York University, Fordham University, and St. John's University are all available in the city. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Lower East Side, NY, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep.

The Lower East Side is a constantly changing area, with several local parks, playgrounds, and a museum. The Tenement Museum has tours lasting between one and two hours. The interactive tours are led by a museum educator through the tenement building and the Lower East Side neighborhood, educating visitors about the history of the area and the city. Several programs offer further educational opportunities. The programs feature costumed staff representing different characters that would have lived in the area. Students have the opportunity of playing Tenement Inspector, making sure the building is up to code. Another popular area, Seward Park, is the first municipally built park in the country. The park has a large playground area and park benches for parents. The Sara Delano Roosevelt Park, named for the mother of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, is also located in the area. The park includes a basketball court, a roller skating rink, and a soccer field.

You can get to know the ever-changing neighborhood as well as the history of the area with Nice Guy Tours. The guided walking tour meanders through the neighborhood, stopping at popular local food places and historically significant areas.

Do New York City's many prestigious colleges and universities have you thinking about your academic future? A Lower East Side, NY, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Matthew in Lower East Side, NY
The student prepared for his math quiz over exponents. We did approximately 70 questions for practice. He only missed 3 and seems very familiar with the material. I'm sure he'll do quite well on his quiz.
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Tutoring review by Edward in Lower East Side, NY
We covered hyperbolas and their equations. After the initial review of figuring out the properties of the hyperbola equation, the student had no problems solving her homework problems. I think she is on track for success!
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Tutoring review by Julia in Lower East Side, NY
In our session today, the student and I prepared for her upcoming English research paper. We discussed writing and research techniques, and I introduced her to online databases as an available resource base. We talked about the process of quote selection and outlining, and also did some research together on her topic, the Turing Test. For our next session, the student is going to arrange her selected quotes into an outline for review so that we can then begin constructing the actual paper together.
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Tutoring review by Paris in Lower East Side, NY
With the student, we went over problems that involved mass/mole (stoichiometric) conversions, as well as determining the number of moles and the mass of a product using the molar ratio of reactants to products if a given quantity of reactants was provided. In addition, we also worked on several problems related to her lab, where she heated up a compound on a crucible and determined mass loss of products. As we continued to work through the problems, she appeared to understand the concepts to a greater degree, but this will require more practice.
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Tutoring review by Rochelle in Lower East Side, NY
On Wednesday, the student and I primarily worked on his Pre-Calculus homework. He had two days worth of Pre-Calculus homework to do, so I wanted to make sure he understand how to do all the assignment problems. I also skimmed over the outline he created for his Religion essay, and it looked good. He had the thesis and body paragraphs due for his Religion essay later that Wednesday night.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in Lower East Side, NY
In this session, the student and I reviewed properties of trapezoids, parallelograms, and areas of triangles and parallelograms. I used different math tools, graphs, and color coding to help her break down multi-step problems, as well as identify missing parts of shapes.
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