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Martinsville, Virginia, is located on the southern border of Virginia and has a population of approximately 14,000. The city is the county seat of Henry County. The city is named after General Joseph Martin of the American Revolutionary War.

Martinsville High School is the only High School in the Martinsville City Public School District. The High School is located within the city and offers Advanced Placement courses and exams. Expert tutors in Martinsville could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. Just 50 miles away is Greensboro, North Carolina, home to multiple colleges and universities. The University of North Carolina - Greensboro, Greensboro College, and Guilford College are just a few located in the city. Private tutoring in Martinsville, VA, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Martinsville tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses.

Martinsville is home to a number of family-friendly activities to explore. Visit the Virginia Museum of Natural History for exhibits on ancient life. The museum features several exhibits, including the popular Ice Age exhibit. The museum has created skeleton molds of some of the ancient mammals that roamed during the Ice Age period. The exhibit educates visitors about the Ice Age in general, as well as what the area that is now Virginia was like at that time. For a hands-on exhibit, stop by the Discovery Reef, featuring a wooden boat jungle gym, climbing wall, and activity corner with puzzles, games, and books.

For some outdoor fun, visit the Martinsville Speedway. The speedway hosts four NASCAR races each year and offers camping for visitors. The city is also home to the Smith River and the Smith River Trail System. The trail system offers eleven public canoe ramps for canoes and kayaks. Spend a relaxing day on the river fishing or taking in the sights of the river and surrounding nature. If you'd rather have an exciting day of adventure on the river, you can boat the rapids generated by the Philpott Dam.

Is your goal to become a student at one of the many colleges or universities in Greensboro? Martinsville, VA, 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 Gabriela in Martinsville, VA
During this session, I worked with the student's younger brother. We went over different types of angles such as obtuse, acute, and right angles. We did a couple of examples and then moved on to reviewing once again direct and inverse variation. He had a couple of homework problems and after a while he did really well. In the end of the session, I also looked over a couple of his other homework assignments. His mom mentioned that both students did well on a test and that the tutoring seems to be helping them.
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Tutoring review by Joe in Martinsville, VA
It was good to see the student again. During this session, we went over some of his math questions. These questions concerned recursive sequences. We discussed and worked on problems disseminated by his teacher. After working on these, we spent a good deal of time reviewing thermodynamics. Most of his questions involved enthalpy, enthalpy of formation, calculation of evaporated water using the energy generated from the combustion of ethane, and the related stoichiometry necessary to solve such questions. The session was helpful for him. He is doing well. I'm looking forward to seeing him again.
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Tutoring review by Sabrina in Martinsville, VA
With Student H, I work on algebraic equations - variable, combining terms, solving for the variable/ plugging in. With Student A, we did adding/ subtracting/ multiplying fractions, going from mixed numbers to improper fractions, and the relationship between decimals & fractions.
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Tutoring review by Kelie in Martinsville, VA
In Algebra today, we starting talking about polynomials. We defined monomials and polynomials, found degrees of expressions, and named expressions based on their degree and number of terms. We also discussed and practiced adding and subtracting polynomials. The student didn't have much issue with this. We restarted chapter 18 in science. Instead of having him read the chapter by himself, I went through the chapter and explained the individual concepts to him, and had him take notes on the most important things that I was saying. We covered why atoms bond, how they bond, electron dot diagrams, and the specifics of ionic and covalent bonds. I think we'll continue this approach.
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Tutoring review by Alla in Martinsville, VA
We worked on a review sheet on factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient greater than 1. The student needed a little reminding but was able to factor with fluency. This skill will continue to be used in solving geometry problems throughout the year. We discussed several days' worth of HW, including: writing triangle congruence statements (and marking triangles to match pre-written statements) and writing if/then conditional statements and their converses. When we had extra time at the end of the session, we talked about concepts that will be covered later this week: triangle congruence conditions such as SSS, SAS, ASA, etc. The student was eager to learn ahead of the rest of the class, and enthusiastic throughout the session. She took a major assessment last week, so we will review those results at our next session.
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Tutoring review by Emily in Martinsville, VA
We got through the first half of the student's review packet for Wednesday's final exam. She did very well with all the slope and line problems, but needs to work on remembering all the logic/ conditional statement vocab and the vocab for angle congruency. Speed also went pretty well, so I was pleased with how much we were able to get though. She needs to keep a lookout for tricky problems though; a couple had random angles thrown in to distract her from the relevant information.
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