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About Montana

Montana is in the western region of the United States and is known as the "Big Sky Country." The state rests on the northern border of the country, against British Columbia and Alberta of Canada. The state has an approximate population of one million residents. Every year, millions of people visit Montana to hike and camp in Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park.

A few of Montana's top ranking high schools include Gardiner High School, Bozeman High School, and Red Lodge High School. As a student in Montana, you could work with a tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, either online or in-home. Montana State University and the University of Montana are both top ranking colleges in the country. If you are interested in pursuing a private or public university, a tutor who can give you in-home or online instruction and test prep can help you with your studies and coursework.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Lindsay in Montana
I continued to edit the student's web-based intervention paper. She had a positive attitude and was willing to edit the paper for perfection.
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Tutoring review by Peter in Montana
We continued making excellent progress in honing and refining the student's writing skills. His paragraph drafts are stronger than before. He is making rapid and constructive decisions regarding correcting grammar, and organizing the narrative. I am encouraged that he is willing to focus on perfecting fewer works, and aiming for quality as opposed to quantity. He is doing very good work all around.
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Tutoring review by Neil in Montana
She and I had a good session. She is working to study for a quiz and test she has coming up dealing with thermodynamics. We worked through several problems dealing with entropy and determining the sign. We then worked through several problems that dealt with Gibbs free energy and its relationship to partial pressures and equilibrium. Our next session is scheduled for Friday.
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Tutoring review by Patricia in Montana
Today we corrected worksheets with weather. We also reviewed seasons, weather, formation of the date, numbers, today's date, greetings, and health questions. I introduced Spanish subject pronouns. We did a worksheet where the student had to replace subject with subject pronoun. There is another I assigned for homework. I spoke to both parent and student about practicing vocabulary about 10 minutes per day to prevent regression each week.
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Tutoring review by Zachary in Montana
Today, the student and I went over implicit differentiation, derivatives of log functions, and logarithmic differentiation. We did several examples of implicit differentiation. While working through these, we also got to practice using the chain rule, product rule, quotient rule, and the derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions. We then went over how to take the derivatives of log functions, and we did some examples of that as well. We also went over the properties of log functions (sum/product rule, difference/quotient rule, and exponent/constant rule). These came in handy when we did logarithmic differentiation. We did a couple of examples of logarithmic differentiation as well, including a problem involving the tangent line to the graph of a function. We will meet again next Tuesday.
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Tutoring review by Samantha in Montana
At the beginning of the student's session yesterday, we went over his homework problems, and he expressed to me that he was still confused about the check-step that we covered in the last session. So, for the duration of this session, we continued to work on the check-step and practice his solving of linear equations. I explained to him the purpose of the check-step and that it was important to power through it. It helps him stay organized, check his work, and pay attention to detail in the problem that he is checking and in future problems. Toward the end of the session, I started to work with him on how to use a calculator appropriately during a check-step as well. I left him with a few problems for homework.
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