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Private Tutoring in Marion County, IN

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Marion County Tutoring FAQ

Marion County, Indiana, is the largest county in the state, with Indianapolis at the heart of the county. The county has a population of approximately 904,000. It is among the top 55 most populous counties in the country.

Gambold Preparatory Magnet High School is located in the Indianapolis Public School District within Marion County. The High School is nationally recognized. Private tutoring in Marion County is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Tutors in Marion County might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep. The prestigious Indiana University-Purdue University, The University of Indianapolis, Butler University, and Marian University are all in the city of Indianapolis. 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 Marion County, IN, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

Marion County offers several educational venues for its residents. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is one such place. The museum features hands-on exhibits and activities for children to learn through play. The exhibits range from science lessons, history, culture, and theater exhibits. You can walk through a railroad exhibit with a 35-foot-long steam engine, operate the train lights, flip the traffic signal switch, and see the miniature train scenes. Field trip programs are also offered at the museum and allow groups to have a guided tour through the five-story building. The programs include science experiments, archaeology digs, and instruction from a museum educator. The Indiana State Museum is also located in the county. Group tours are available. They can either be self-guided or with the assistance of tour guides. The museum has exhibits relating to the history of the state as well as a theater with educational videos. You can also attend a summer camp at the museum. you can take an even deeper look into history at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. The museum is open to the public and is housed in the President's former home, which was built in 1874. Guided group tours are available at the home and explore the history of the home as well as the famous family who lived there.

Do you wish to attend one of the many local prestigious colleges or universities in the future? Tutors in Marion County, IN, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam.

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Recent Marion County Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Zachary in Marion County, IN
We covered trig identities and how to use them to solve various problems, along with some review of the unit circle and drawing triangles for inverse trig functions.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Marion County, IN
The student had some practice sheets on for finding the area between two curves and volume of different types of solids from today's class. We went through the problems that she wasn't able to get in class. We talked about how to decide which method for calculating volume was needed based on the wording of the problem and how to visualize or sketch the graph in order to help solve it. She is becoming more comfortable with these problems as we continue to go through different problems step-by-step.
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Tutoring review by Grace in Marion County, IN
The session went very well. First we went over quiz questions pertaining to applications of integrals. Going back and looking them over again she understood them better. We then worked on properties of logarithmic and exponential functions, as well as differentiating and integrating logarithmic and exponential functions.
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Tutoring review by Kathryn in Marion County, IN
The primary focus of this session was Algebra 2. We continued with Chapter 15 on trig functions. Now that the chapter is moving more in depth the topic is becoming harder. She is having a little trouble here because with trig there is a broader picture and sometimes that isn't as clear to students. She was beginning to understand it towards the end of our session today. I'll put together a review/cheat sheet for her next session. In Chemistry we covered that final page of her packet which was interpreting a phase diagram. These charts are easy to understand so she did well. We will also do a Chemistry review in the next session since there should be a test or quiz coming up.
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Tutoring review by Charles in Marion County, IN
The student is preparing for his Algebra midterm this Friday. He was given a practice exam to solve. We worked on solving the problems on that practice test. Some of the areas covered were polynomials, rational expressions, and solving perfect squares. I made sure he understood the concepts covered and was able to solve some of the problems.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Marion County, IN
The student is learning about Trigonometric identities in school, so we went over those in detail. We started with identities he was more familiar with, such as the reciprocal, even and odd, the negative sign and complementary angle identities. We looked at some he had learned more recently, such as the Pythagorean and angle sum/difference identities. We derived where most of these identities come from. I gave the student some practice problems to help gain more experience.
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