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New Kensington is a city in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. It has a population of 13,100 residents and sits along the banks of the Allegheny River. People living in this community are less than 20 miles from Pittsburgh.

Students living in New Kensington belong to the New Kensington-Arnold School District, where they attend the Valley Senior High School. There are also private institutions in the area, like Harvest Baptist Academy and Mary Queen of Apostles. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in New Kensington? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in New Kensington is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep, so that you can then spend more time focusing on preparing for your future.

New Kensington is the home of a satellite campus of Pennsylvania State University, as well as a campus of Westmoreland County Community College. Top schools in Pittsburgh like Carnegie Mellon University and Duquesne University are also relatively close. With New Kensington, PA, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

You have a number of entertainment options around the area that you can explore. Since Pittsburgh is only a few minutes away, you can spend the day enjoying everything that the city has to offer. If you like professional sports then Pittsburgh is a city for you. The Pirates, Penguins, and Steelers all have a large fan base that makes sure that every game is exciting and energetic.

If you enjoy natural history and science, make sure that you stop by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Here, you can explore exhibits that showcase the advancements of many different civilizations throughout the world. It is a great way to spend the day learning more about various ancient cultures. Another excellent place to visit is the Senator John Heinz History Center. Here, you will not only learn about the development of the world-famous condiment company, but you will also learn about how Senator Heinz helped impact the area overall, including his family's influence over U.S. Steel, one of the largest industries in Pittsburgh.

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Tutoring review by Orval in New Kensington, PA
Today we did an old AP calculus AB exam. We went over various topics including, implicit differentiation, the fundamental theorem of calculus, average value of a function, average rate of change, first and 2nd derivative tests, and separable differential equations. The student was unaware of how to solve a separable differential equation, so I showed him the algorithm and left some extra practice for him which I will check on Thursday.
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Tutoring review by Adrian in New Kensington, PA
Today we continued our discussion of logarithms by looking at three more topics. We started off with learning how to find the inverse of logarithmic and exponential functions. Next we worked on graphing logarithmic equations and figuring out how certain translations affected the base graphs. Finally, we looked at the add-multiply property of exponential functions and how it could be used. Overall the children seemed to understand what was going on, and I left them with homework due next week.
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Tutoring review by Kristyn in New Kensington, PA
The first student was working on statistics this week. This included z-scores, normal distributions, and finding the percent in a specified set. She had the most trouble with the last category mainly trying to match less than/greater than questions with the correct distribution on the normal curve. I suggested the student draw a picture for each question and decide if it greater than (1-%) or from a to b (b%-a%). She seems pretty comfortable with the material and should do well on her test. The second student is studying for his unit test. This unit covered volume and surface area for different geometric figures (pyramids, prisms, spheres, cones). He has a very good handle on volume for all shapes. We reviewed the surface area equations and what dimensions are required for each figure. He had some difficulty with surface areas for irregular figures that are made up of multiple figures. The last topic we covered were the ratios for similar figures between dimension length, surface area and volume. Overall he seemed to better understand all his test material and is prepared for his upcoming exam.
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Tutoring review by Joe in New Kensington, PA
Discussed upcoming paper on Hamlet. Thesis, title, subtopics and supporting information as well as layout of paper. Rough draft due at next meeting.
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Tutoring review by Parchelle in New Kensington, PA
We reviewed the student's previous test she didn't do well on and corrected the mistakes. We went over function inverses, the unit circle, and the law of Sines. She felt much more confidence in preparation for her upcoming quiz.
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Tutoring review by Holly in New Kensington, PA
We reviewed the student's diagnostic testing, and decided to focus on the math section. We discussed overall tips and strategies for not only this section, but for test taking in general. She identified some areas that she wanted to work on within the math section; namely areas and volumes of spheres, as well as understanding and using algebraic functions. She has a great attitude, a wonderful sense of humor, and is eager to learn. We had a very good session and when asked if she felt better about ACT math, she said that she did. She would like to continue focusing on Math over the next week. She has many resources to use to practice questions.
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