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Private Tutoring in Morris Plains, NJ

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Morris Plains Tutoring FAQ

Morris Plains, NJ, has a population of about 5,500 residents. The borough is located in Morris County. The town was incorporated into New Jersey in 1926 and is named after Lewis Morris, the colonial governor of New Jersey.

Morris Plains is a member of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Schools. Students living in the town attend Parsippany Hills High School. You'll have to work hard to earn the best grades and test scores possible, because only the brightest will stand out on college entrance applications. Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Morris Plains can tutor you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Morris Plains is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. A good option for students planning to attend a liberal arts college is nearby Drew University, which is ranked in the top 125 liberal arts colleges in the nation. The school may be hard to enter for students who are not performing at their best in High School. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Morris Plains, NJ, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools.

Take a break from the studying to explore the town of Morris Plains. The town has many attractions for you to visit and learn from. The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is a great option for a fun day of learning. This year-round attraction provides guided tours through an early 20th century estate constructed by craftsman Gustav Stickley. Stickley is perhaps best known for being the founder of the Craftsman furniture movement, which focuses on simple designs made of natural supplies. Originally built in 1911, the home is a prime example of the Arts and Crafts movement. Stickley's utopian idealism is evident in the construction of the home.

If you're looking for a bit of nature, visit the Helen C. Fenske Visitor Center. The area has several walking trails for explorers and students alike. The trails wind through dozens of acres of swampland. Several plaques and exhibits line the trails, and can teach you more about the area. You can observe the local flora and fauna in the park and in the fields surrounding the trails.

Once you've relaxed and had some time away from your books, return to your studies with a fresh outlook. A Morris Plains, NJ, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Recent Morris Plains Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Jared in Morris Plains, NJ
The student and I worked on spelling, Math, Literature. I had her spell words from 8th grade level spelling words. I showed her trying to spell hard words three a few letters at a time can help her. She seems to have a great understanding of her Math and we had a brief review of Romeo and Juliet.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Morris Plains, NJ
Today we worked on some practice problems involving rational expressions, lowest common denominators, and solving rational equations by finding lowest common denominators.
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Tutoring review by Anna in Morris Plains, NJ
The student and I prepared for her midterm on the first quarter of chemistry, which included the following concepts: reviewing scientific notation, significant figures, adding and multiplying with significant figures, the density equation, naming compounds, atomic theory and subatomic particles, and trends of the period table.
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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Morris Plains, NJ
The student has started to work with expressions that involve variables. He is learning to combine like terms. We extended this learning by including variables that had a number value multiplied to them. With these problems, he had to multiply all of the number multiplied to the variables and then add the number of variables present in the expression to determine the exponent. It is clear that he has learned the rules for combining like terms, but does not always understand the mathematical concept behind the rule. He knew to add like variables and write that number as an exponent, but he did not quite understand that the exponent represented the number of times that variable would be multiplied to itself. Going forward I want to bring in mathematical concepts worksheets so that he can learn the math behind the rule. I believe this will help him from making simple errors when he is rushed on a quiz or test.
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Tutoring review by Winnie in Morris Plains, NJ
We focused on various math concepts for the student's upcoming midterm. We reviewed over algebraic expressions, rate units, simple interest, slope, domain and range, PEMDAS, inequalities, etc. In addition on working on concepts for his math review we also covered his history review for chapter 2. Lastly, I made him a study plan for the weekend which covers what concepts he should focus on each day until the start of his midterms.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Morris Plains, NJ
The student worked on her homework - a writing assignment about Flat Stanley. I helped her brainstorm things to include in her writing and we practiced capitalization and making longer, stronger sentences. She did really well in working towards a goal of completing the first page!
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