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Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Massachusetts is a global leader in maritime trade. The most populous state in New England, the state also borders New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Boston is not only the capital but is also the most populous city in the state, containing over 80 percent of its total population. Founded in 1620, Plymouth, MA, was the first colony founded in New England, and was settled by passengers who arrived on the Mayflower. The sports of basketball and volleyball were invented in western Massachusetts in the late 19th century. The state is also the home of the prominent Kennedy family, including former President John F. Kennedy.

Massachusetts offers several highly ranked high school options to students, including Sturgis Charter Public School, Boston Latin School, and Medfield Senior High. If you're interested in online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction, Varsity Tutors can help find a skilled tutor for students in Massachusetts.

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Worked on a test review for math. Mostly worked on probability and area/perimeter of figures. The student did well on the subjects we covered, but still has problems reading the whole problem carefully to see exactly what is being asked of her.
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The student and I worked on Algebra II today, focusing on solving equations by taking the square root and by completing the square.  We then began working on her Chemistry, balancing equations and determining the type of reaction described.
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Reviewed binomial theorem, partial fraction simplification, factorization, solving complex equations, identifying types of graphs, vector and normal forms of equations, graphing inequalities on number lines, and imaginary numbers.
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During today's session, we spent the majority of the time reviewing the material covered on Practice Test #1.  We reviewed all questions of interest that either posed a problem during the exam or were answered incorrectly.  We discussed some strategies for taking the SAT as well as whether answers should be omitted or if one should venture a guess.  I assigned an essay as practice for next session.  (The student 1 must complete two, as she must make up the Practice Test #1 Essay, which she did not have time to complete.  Student 2 must complete one.)  The girls performed exceptionally well on the practice test.  I encouraged them to continue doing the SAT Question of the Day.  I look forward to next session.  
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I introduced myself to the student and asked her which parts of the SAT she had the most trouble with. She said she had trouble with vocabulary. I taught her techniques in sentence completion where she had the most trouble applying vocab. The techniques included filling in the blanks by herself, determining positive or negative associations, and trigger words that tell you the direction of the sentence. We changed the sessions from 1-2 hours starting next week.
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Today, we began to summarize all the things we've learned about the HSPT. If the student puts his focus into Vocabulary, I think he can do very well. With math, he knows all the answers, but just rushes through the problems, so he skips important words, leading him to the wrong answer. For Monday, I have assigned him a practice test out of my study book.
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