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McDonough, GA, is a city with a population of 22,100 residents. It is in central Georgia, in Henry County. The town is known for its appearance in the film A Madea Christmas, starring actor Tyler Perry. Another popular film that McDonough is known for being shot in is Smokey and the Bandit, from 1977.

Union Grove High is a top ranking High School in McDonough. It is in the top 50 high schools in Georgia, and serves the Henry County School District. Professional in-person or online tutoring in McDonough is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. College is around the corner, meaning you need to start doing research for your future. Clayton State University is a superior option for any college-seeking students. It is ranked in the top 100 best colleges in the South. Agnes Scott College is a private, all-women's college that ranks in the top 100 best liberal arts colleges in the country, making it stand out among other women's colleges. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a McDonough tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses.

There is quite a list of things to do in McDonough, GA. Walking through Historic Downtown McDonough Square, the neighborhood is surrounded by well-preserved storefronts from the nineteenth century, a beautiful Romanesque Revival courthouse, cute boutiques to shop in, and delicious eateries. The town provides events like movie nights, karaoke, ghost tours, and every spring, a Geranium Festival. Check out the Hood Street Art Center for a unique experience; this historic factory building in downtown got a makeover to be a multi-use center for the arts. There is 20,000 square feet of room to display the art. There are also community workshops, live-action performances, and of course, galleries. The Heritage Park and Historic Village has it all. It has picnic pavilions, walking and biking paths, community gardens, an outdoor arena, and athletic fields. There will always be something to do in McDonough because no matter where you go, there is always another park, museum, or historical monument.

With McDonough, GA, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep. Falling a little behind in your schoolwork? Don't worry. You will find that personal tutoring in McDonough, GA, might help you exceed your expectations.

 

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Tutoring review by Molly in McDonough, GA
First, I created a chart for the student to record his multiplication fact fluency over time. We saw how many facts he could complete in one minute, then made a bar graph to show his progress. We will continue monitoring his fact fluency progress every lesson. Then, we played a division game. I encouraged him to use his knowledge of multiplication facts to solve the division problems. Then, we completed two quite difficult enrichment lessons: estimating products and estimating quotients. Here, I challenged him to solve larger multiplication and division problems, like 332x7 and 798/2 using rounding and estimation. For example, first, he rounded the larger number to the nearest ten or hundred, then did the basic fact he knew (332x7 becomes 300x7; he knows 3x7=21 so we used hundred blocks to prove that 300x7=2,100.) This sort of multiplication and division has many steps, so it was difficult at first, but he was able to solve every problem correctly! We also played a "Tic Tac Toe" game to practice rounding to the nearest ten and hundred. Great job today.
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Tutoring review by Michael in McDonough, GA
We had an excellent session this week, where we continued our work with rational expressions. We first practiced addition and subtraction, which necessitated finding common denominators and simplification. We also worked with solving simpler equations involving rational expressions. Moving forward, we will look at some more complex examples, pulling in more of the addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in McDonough, GA
This was my first meeting with the student, and we spent the majority of our time doing test corrections and homework assignments. He is a really bright kid, and he certainly is not bad at math. Rather, he is so good at performing the basic operations quickly in his head, he tends to forget parts of problems and his wrong answers often come from not going back and reading the question. He has a good attitude and wants to do well and ace every question, we simply need to continue working on strategy and going a LOT slower when moving through problems. Topically, we covered simplification of fractions and conversion factors. He gets every single fraction problem right when he goes slow and writes down all of the steps. He struggled a little bit more with conversion factors, and when we finished his work, I made up a number of practice questions for him to try. He improved greatly by the end, by slowly reading the question and writing down exactly what the problem was looking for. He and I will continue working on strategies for answering math problems, and how to be more organized within a single problem so that he doesn't lose track of his place and leave something out!
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Tutoring review by Paul in McDonough, GA
We went over a test from earlier in the year. The student is aware of the fact that her biggest problem is minor errors, so we reviewed some techniques to alleviate that. We reviewed rules of logs and trigonometry. I assigned her homework before we meet again.
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Tutoring review by Ashley in McDonough, GA
First, the student requested we work on practice problems for a concept in math he just learned but didn't have homework over. He picked up on inequalities quickly regarding how to read them and write them. After that, we covered three major topics of adjectives that he scored the lowest on the last test: adjective clauses, adjective/ prepositional phrases, and locations of adjectives. We chunked this information and then he identified that the prepositional phrases he still needed practice so we did more questions on that. In all, about 40 sentences we used to practice. He got much better at the different concepts as the session progressed. Great session!
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Tutoring review by Rachel in McDonough, GA
We reviewed the student's scores from the SSAT she took in November. We then focused on analogies and synonyms, as they were the areas in which she needs the most improvement. We also covered math concepts, to continue building her skills. She struggled through synonyms, due to unknown words, and struggled through analogies with unknown words. She struggled with fractions in math. Now we know what areas to study for her next try. Scores: 41/62 synonyms, 30/44 analogies, 18/25 math.
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