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Monongahela, PA, has a population of roughly 4,300. The city, more commonly referred to as "Mon City," is part of Washington County. Downtown Pittsburgh is less than 20 miles south of the city. Monongahela is the second-smallest city in Pennsylvania.

Ringgold Senior High School is a member of the Ringgold School District and serves the students of Monongahela. Tutors in Monongahela might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep. It may be difficult for students to get into good colleges without a good academic record. Private tutoring in Monongahela is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. The University of Pittsburgh is a well-recognized school, and it is within the top 75 colleges in the nation. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Monongahela, PA, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction.

Take a break from studying by visiting some of the local attractions in Monongahela. You can start your time by visiting the town's Historical Society Museum. The museum was founded in the '80s with a budget of only $500. Since then, the museum has grown to include items from throughout the town's history. The items include knick-knacks such as ashtrays, election buttons, and clothing from earlier eras.

The Historical Society also maintains several historic homes throughout the community. These sites include the Longwell House, Chess Park Gazebo, the Steward House, and the Vanvoorhis House. While the buildings are spread throughout the community, you can tour them all through the online walking tour. Using your smartphone, you can listen to and read all about each historic building while you walk through town. The presentation will give you directions and guide you from one location to the next while regaling you with tales from the history of the town.

Another local museum is the Monongahela River Buffs Museum. The museum covers the history of steamboats and the local river. Exhibits in the museum discuss how boating on the river first began and eventually transformed into the steamboat industry of today. The museum is complete with models, diagrams, and artifacts from early boats.

Once your break time is over, you can return to studying with a newfound knowledge of the town. A tutor in Monongahela, PA, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes.

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Tutoring review by Eric in Monongahela, PA
Today the student reviewed and corrected her exam before the holiday break. The exam entailed all the previous material from earlier sessions on congruence, right triangles, indirect proofs, and solving for missing variables. We focused on the reviews she made when answering the questions. I did this to exemplify the notion that if an answer doesn't make sense, it may need to be reevaluated. She informed me that she had made flashcards to help prepare for the exam. I asked that she continue using the flashcards as a study aid and to make more as new concepts are introduced. She mentioned that she is understanding the most recent topic covered, which is quadrilaterals.
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Tutoring review by Jayar in Monongahela, PA
I met with the student to help him prepare for his math final. We discussed how listening to music could help him focus on the material and tried an exercise to see how he worked while listening to music. It worked out rather well. We reviewed multiplication and division of fractions and decimals. I reminded him to slow down when he works. I also worked with him on remembering to carry the decimal places throughout the problem. I gave him a short, timed exercise to see how he works under pressure, and he did very well.
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Tutoring review by Gabriel in Monongahela, PA
The student learned new things today which included fruits and vegetables in Spanish such as sandia for watermelon and manzana for apple. He did very well at remembering these when we reviewed them. He also did well when we reviewed colors such as azul (blue), rojo (red) and verde (green). When I asked him, for example, what color his blue plants were in Spanish he replied with azul (blue). He is a very fast and sharp young boy. Today we also reviewed his numbers 1-10 and he proved that he learned them very well. If I ask him how many objects there are in a picture with five candles he knows it's cinco (five). He has so much more Spanish to learn and I am excited to keep teaching him.
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Tutoring review by Corbin in Monongahela, PA
For this session, the student and I focused on preparing for his upcoming quiz on Thursday. We covered multiple areas, including multiplying and dividing exponents, order of operations, some scientific notation, as well as simplifying rational expressions. To further prepare for his quiz, I gave him my own quiz, with him missing only five questions out of 20. We then worked out the problems that he missed and some additional problems. I purposely gave him problems on a more difficult level so that easier problems would be second nature to him. He seemed to struggle most on dividing exponents and simplifying. We practiced numerous examples of this type, and by the end of the session, he was solving them with ease.
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Tutoring review by Marc in Monongahela, PA
We went over some basic thermodynamics and figured out a structure through which Student 1 could approach each thermo problem. For Student 2, we talked a little about biology.
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Tutoring review by Adelina in Monongahela, PA
The student has a test tomorrow, so today we reviewed all of chapter 3. I think I'm going to start focusing more on word problems, so as to help her with writing her initial equation.
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