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Natick, Massachusetts, is part of Middlesex County. It is near the MetroWest region of the state and is home to 40,000 people. The city name means "place of hills' in Native American, though a more apt translation would say "place of [our] searching.' The area has a deeply Puritan history that began in 1651 with John Eliot and the self-governing Praying Indians, who spoke Algonquian. Overtime, it became a farming town, though it invented the sewing machine in 1858 and improved the baseball in the same year.

The Natick Public School District is home to eight schools in the city, however, you can enroll in any school within or outside of the NPSD. The top-rated schools in the area include Natick High School, Hunnewell Elementary School, and Wellesley Senior High School. Each have high graduation and retention rates. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Natick. You can additionally apply for a variety of prestigious universities, such as Amherst College, which is ranked as the #2 national liberal arts college by US News & World Report. Natick, Massachusetts, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of these prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend. You can study for your courses or test prep with instruction either in-home or online. Online or in-home private Natick, Massachusetts, tutoring is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep.

The city of Natick affords many options for its residents. You can visit Downtown Natick, or Natick Center, to enjoy a number of cultural and civic events. It houses the Natick Town Common, where you can attend Natick Days, an annual festival that celebrates the community. Youth and nonprofit groups are highlighted for their efforts. You can enjoy a variety of food, games, and entertainment that varies each year. In the past, there have been races, obstacle courses, moonwalks, and more. There are farmers' markets, Natick Nights, and other events. You can tour the Museum of World War II, which features German militia equipment, offers the Speaker Series Events throughout the year, and gives veterans priority when they visit. The museum is educational, often serving as an educational field trip for students learning about World War II history.

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Tutoring review by Ainsley in Natick, MA
The student had a chapter test yesterday on material we covered last week. On the quiz he earned a score of 13/12!! We started to cover the new material - covalent bonding and Lewis dot structures, sigma & pi bonding. This is a long chapter so we are sure to meet again before the chapter test to go over any confusing information. I hope to hear good news about the test next time!
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Tutoring review by Susan in Natick, MA
The student  and I worked through a practice math section together. It seems  his learning style is better suited to tackling a range of problems in random order rather than systematically working through topics. He responded well to this approach, and we jumped off from specific problems to review algebraic operations, number properties, and operations with fractions.
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Tutoring review by Gregory in Natick, MA
We reviewed the material covered in Exam I of Chemistry II. The topics included intermolecular forces, phase diagrams, enthalpy calculation, the Clausius-Clapeyron equation, unit cells, lattice energy, and the Born-Haber cycle. For each topic, the important points were discussed and example problems were given and solved.
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Tutoring review by Frances in Natick, MA
Tonight we did a packed review session of the following topics in preparation for tomorrow's exam: AFS vs. trading securities, depreciation, disposal of assets, net purchases, net sales vs. net income, and allowance for bad debt and bad debt expense.
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Tutoring review by Carol in Natick, MA
Solving word problems with trigonometric ratios as well as work on reviewing parallelograms as part of his recovery packet. I think he will do well on the recovery work.
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Tutoring review by Travis in Natick, MA
The student and I reviewed section 6-4, concerning properties of parallelograms. Then we reviewed some basics about proofs, which most students find to be the most difficult aspect of algebra. I modeled one proof about parallelograms. Then we modeled some more basic proofs. We reviewed the interior and exterior angles of polygons. The student is struggling with solving equations for unknowns, so I tried to emphasize as many problems that required setting up and solving equations.
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