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Nassau is a town located in Rensselaer County, New York. It has a population of approximately 4,800. The town was incorporated in 1806, albeit as the Town of Philipstown. It's name was changed to Nassau in 1808.

Averill Park Central School District serves Nassau and nine other towns in the area, enrolling an estimated 3,400 students. Averill Park High School is the lone secondary institution in the district. Nassau tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. If you're looking for a postsecondary institution in the Nassau area, you can check out Hudson Valley Community College, the College of Saint Rose, the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in Nassau, NY, is available to help you work towards your goals.

Nassau has one site listed with the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, which is the Henry Tunis Smith Farm. The farm was constructed in 1789 and modeled in the Federal architectural style. The farm provides insight into an earlier time and is worth checking out if you're curious about the town's local history. Another location worth your time is the Mud Pond Preserve, which is the town's first public trail. Each trail is under a mile and takes you on a tour of the town's natural environment. On your trip, you can see interesting woodland flora and go bird watching. Nassau is located near several other woodlands, such as Taconic Ridge State Forest, Clarksburg State Forest, Mount Greylock State Reservation, and Cherry Plain State Park. The latter includes a beach on the Black River Pond. The park has space for campsites and play areas. There are trails for hiking available as well. Albany, New York, resides roughly 20 miles northwest of Nassau. It's population is around 98,400. Albany is the capital of New York. It's top attractions are the New York State Capitol, the New York State Museum, the Washington Park Historic District, and the Palace Theatre. The theatre showcases concerts, comedy shows, and more.

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Tutoring review by Terry in Nassau, NY
The student's mom has requested that I emphasize measurement and data in our sessions. Today, the student and I reviewed multiplication and partitioning into equal spaces and began to think about what kinds of things we can measure. She was able to offer that 12 inches = 1 foot, so 24 inches = 2 feet; she was also able to convert from 3 feet to 36 inches. She has to stop and count out many multiplication facts (8 x 3 is 8 x 2 plus count 8 more) and sometimes misses the count, so we will work on drills to help her memorize her multiplication facts. We discussed that two kinds of measurement are length and capacity and gave examples of these. The student's homework is to think about what the "other" category of measurement is.
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Tutoring review by Richard in Nassau, NY
The student received his previous test that covered areas of parallelograms, trapezoids, and triangles. Most of our time was spent going over problems that were missed and evaluating why he was not able to solve them correctly. The first set of problems he could have solved correctly, but worked too quickly, I believe, and used incorrect numbers for either base or height of shapes. The final set of problems it seems he genuinely still had trouble with. They were problems involving shapes he knew that were constructed in a complex context. For example, "Find the area of this octagon, given the dimensions of the two trapezoids and rectangle it is made of." I left extra practice mirroring the problems he missed for him over the break. Hopefully by our next session, he will be more confident in solving multi-shape area problems.
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Tutoring review by Christabel in Nassau, NY
Today, we reviewed for the student's test. She spent a lot of time practicing problems. She is doing a wonderful job.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in Nassau, NY
We went over some review tests for her final. Topics included net torque in static equilibrium, net force, centripetal force on a roller coaster, moment of inertia, angular momentum, and angular speed. She will need to remember the kinematic formula relating angular acceleration to angular speed, the formula for tangential speed to angular speed, and the formula for angular momentum. If she studies that, she will be able to do most or all of the problems. She easily followed the solutions when I showed them to her. We also worked on her lab. She understood that mass does not affect the period of a pendulum, and she knew how her experiment worked. I showed her how to write the lab report, with an introduction, theory and hypothesis, procedure, and analysis.
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Tutoring review by Vaishnavi in Nassau, NY
During this session, I helped the student with the concepts covered in his summer packet, prerequisites for his upcoming geometry class. We revised how to find slope, and how to find point-slope and y-intercept form using the given slope and points. We also went over how to graph the line using the y-intercept form. In addition, we went over solving equations using substitution and elimination. We also covered how to characterize a linear equation using a sequence of numbers that are given and further predicting the 20th value of the line. The student was attentive and was sure to ask questions when he did not understand any concepts. He struggled most with using negative numbers. Like I advised him, this problem can be avoided if he writes out all of his steps and double checks his work once he is done.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Nassau, NY
This past week, the student and I have worked on editing and revising her supplemental essays for college admissions. Her supplement included two essays, each with a 300-word limit. For her first essay (discussing what personal qualities made her a good fit for the university), I worked to clarify some of her phrasing and to ensure that her statements were affirmative and clear. Additionally, I replaced some of her verbs with more emphatic and descriptive synonyms (while avoiding seeming like we had dug deep in a thesaurus!). I instructed her to elaborate more on how her senior project fit well with the program the university offers. I finished by providing her with tips for her future writing such as avoiding intensifiers like "very" or "really," being aware of her use of the word "just," and correct forms of the term "alumna." Her second essay (dealing with opportunities or factors specific to the university that influenced her decision to apply) was a largely well-written paragraph concerning the programs with which she was involved and others she hoped to take part in. Again, I asked her to give greater detail on some of these opportunities and to cite specifics when possible. As always, I have invited her to contact me with any questions!
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