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Maplewood is a city located in St. Louis County, Missouri. It has a population of 8,000 and is an inner-ring suburb of St. Louis. Residents living in St. Louis are less than eight miles from downtown St. Louis.

Students who live in Maplewood are serviced by the Maplewood-Richmond Heights School District, where they attend Maplewood-Richmond Heights High School. Private tutoring in Maplewood is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Maplewood tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam.

To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Maplewood, MO, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home. Your personal tutor is happy to help you construct a college-ready portfolio that can assist you when you apply to one of St. Louis' top schools, like the University of Missouri - St. Louis, Saint Louis University, or Washington University in St. Louis.

You have many entertainment options that you can explore around St. Louis. As one of the first major cities constructed during the United States' westward expansion, St. Louis is home to a rich history that tells the story of the United States frontier. One of the ways that you can get a better understanding of this part of American history is by visiting the Gateway Arch, which stretches over the Mississippi River.

If you are interested in learning more about the history of St. Louis, as well as the country's history as a whole, stop by the Missouri Civil War Museum. There are a number of interesting exhibits that tell St. Louis' story during this complicated time in history. Another excellent facility to visit is the City Museum, which has many types of hands-on exhibits that tell the story and history of St. Louis. This museum is geared towards family members of all ages, so it's guaranteed to be an exciting experience.

Before you leave St. Louis, make sure that you stop by Busch Stadium and see the St. Louis Cardinals play one of their home games. This baseball club has a rich and successful history, as well as an intense rivalry with the Chicago Cubs. Their fan base makes sure that every game is an exciting and enjoyable experience.

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Tutoring review by Jessica in Maplewood, MO
The student and I worked on Math mostly during this session. He is learning about graphs and had homework to work on. He understands how to read the information from the graph but has some confusion about how to plot points on graphs. We worked on this concept more thoroughly and he caught on quickly. He was in great spirits and worked very hard!
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Tutoring review by Michael in Maplewood, MO
He wanted help reviewing some lessons that he did not completely understand in class. I helped him review finding the area between two functions and explained how that concept is used for other applications. I also reviewed solving differential equations, finding and interpreting the first and second derivatives, and integration using u substitution.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Maplewood, MO
We talked about adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying algebraic equations. We did multiple examples from his teacher's assigned problems. The student has improved a whole lot more, and his algebraic thinking and factoring skills are much better. Great job today.
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Tutoring review by Zachary in Maplewood, MO
Tonight was our first meeting and went very well. The student is in a conceptual physics class, so not a lot of computation is involved. This doesn't mean the class is not difficult though, as the questions must be carefully parsed to find the answer. I think he understands the concepts very well and I enjoy covering the foundations of physics with him.
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Tutoring review by Benedetto in Maplewood, MO
We did a couple of his exercises, which the student solved with no effort. Then I proposed him a hard problem for his grade. We solved it together and he was able to follow all the steps. We finished on simple arithmetic problems, like the product of ten thousands and one hundred. I worked them all the way up from very simple examples to far more complicated percentages and price discounts.
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Tutoring review by Patricia in Maplewood, MO
Warmed up with practicing multiplication facts with online game. Reviewed Order of Operations with two worksheets. Reviewed substituting values for unknowns in an expression. Presented how to write algebraic expressions from words. Followed this up with a worksheet, online word problems, and an online game. Because she mentioned she had not retaken the decimal multiplication portion of her test, I also had her review this topic online with more practice problems.
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