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Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ, known simply as Parsippany, has a population of about 53,300. Parsippany is only ten miles north of Morristown, and was ranked in the top 20 "Best Places to Live in the United States' by Money magazine for several years. Parsippany is also known as the birthplace of Jane Krakowski, an actress from 30 Rock.

Parsippany High School serves Parsippany as its most populated high school. The school is a part of the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Schools. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Parsippany is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. A private Parsippany tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Close-by university, New Jersey Institute of Technology is rated in the top 140 colleges in the nation. One way to make sure you get accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Parsippany, NJ, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

Parsippany is a great place to relax, with a number of day spas, but if you're looking for more to do, look no further than ten miles south in Morristown. Morristown is an excellent place to visit if you have a thirst for history. With locations such as Jockey Hollow, Morristown National Historical Park, Washington Headquarters Museum, the Morris Museum, and the Ford Mansion and Museum, you'll have plenty to learn about. At Jockey Hollow you'll be able to learn about the Revolutionary War and hike through the hills George Washington once brought his troops through. The Morristown National Historical Park continues the story of Washington through their artifacts and exhibits. The Morris Museum has constantly changing exhibits to keep the small museum fresh and interesting each time you visit.

For some outdoor adventures, you can visit the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, Loantaka Brook Reservation, and Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. The Frelinghuysen Arboretum is always an interesting visit in each season. The gardens include a range of gardens from herb and produce to rock gardens. Landscaping and gardens combine to create a beautiful park with sights to see in every season. Fosterfields Living Historical Farm has been maintained since its days as a gentleman's working farm. A variety of animals and historical tools litter the grounds, providing learning and interest for all who visit.

Parsippany, NJ, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Rudy in New Haven, CT
The student is preparing for his math assessment test, so we actually spent this session reviewing some practice problems that his teacher gave him.  The problems included review of both algebra 1 and geometry. We were able to cover how to work with and graph functions, inequalities, and word problems.
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Tutoring review by Jamie in New Haven, CT
We went through a practice test together. We talked about the different topics covered under each section of the ACT including rules of grammar and punctuation, graphing, algebra, geometry, logic, reading comprehension, etc. Assigned sections from an ACT website for him to complete which he will go over tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Michael in New Haven, CT
The student and I covered material that she had for her final this week. It covered the entire breadth of statistics, from population parameters, to hypothesis testing, to regression analysis. We were able to compare the different test statistics with each other, when each one should be used, or what information needs to be given to perform a specific test.
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Tutoring review by Lauren in New Haven, CT
The student and I read a non-fiction piece that was about his grade level. He did pretty well with the words when I reminded him to sound them out. The purpose was to see if he was comprehending what he was reading. We had to discuss some of the vocab. We will work on fluency next time. We also worked on sections of a hundreds chart. He did fine with the patterns and addition work, and his number sense will increase once he is able to finish these assignments quickly.
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Tutoring review by Aimee in New Haven, CT
We went over topics for the quiz later this week.  She knew most of the material.  Usually she misses only a step or some small detail.  I think she understands a few of the problems better.  
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Tutoring review by Frank in New Haven, CT
I met the student to go over her test and to help her prepare for her next text. We went over the problems on the test and found that to the most part, she actually understood the concept but under time pressure of the test, she misapplied the concepts and/or made calculation errors.  Once concept that was missed more than others was the chain rule.  We did a number of problems that emphasized the chain rule and I was careful to let the student make and correct her own mistakes.  The new test will be on the product rule and the quotient rule.  We first went over the basic concepts and then did a variety of problems that utilized chain rule, product rule and quotient rule together.  I left the student a worksheet with about 25 problems to do for homework.
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