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About New London

The city of New London is a seaport city in the southeastern part of Connecticut. It's located in New London County, and is built around the mouth of the Thames River. The city has an approximate population of 27,500. The area was originally inhabited by the Pequot Indians who called the area Nameaug. When the English later settled here, they built a town and renamed after London, England.

The New London School District is the primary school district that serves the city. It includes New London High School, which offers Advanced Placement tests and classes for its students. If you are falling behind in these advanced classes, online tutoring in New London is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Top colleges in the area include Yale University, ranked number three in colleges nationwide. They offer the number one ranked School of Law in the country. One way to put in work to try to give yourself a chance to get accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home New London, CT, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

Top tutors from Columbia and other respected universities serving the NYC metro area. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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Today, we reviewed a semester's worth of French. We finished filling in the review sheet and proceeded to practice spelling (focusing on accents), listening and vocabulary (via songs), verb tenses, counting, telling time, describing the weather, and stating dates. I also showed her a wonderful online dictionary with conjugations of verbs available as well, which should provide a helpful resource near-term for studying and long-term for learning.
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Covered homework problems on finding the arc length of a function, and solids of revolution. Solids of revolution is what the student needs help on the most. The student was able to grasp most of explanations. Advised student to work on finishing the exam work sheet.
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We worked on optimization problems and we worked on setting up the problems. The student seems very optimistic about her progress towards the test. We have worked on making sure that the picture the correct for the type of problem.
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We worked on writing and finding functions of exponential growth and decay using the general formula of f(t)=ab^t. We also talked about using natural log and e. After working through several problems, the student is able to complete problems with little coaching.
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This session we went over a practice AP free response problem that the student found difficult, and he was able to complete all the charts and tables required for full points. He also completed many practice problems in the exploring data/intro to stats unit.
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The student and I worked on simplifying expressions. She has a quiz in class tomorrow, so we worked on some practice problems. She has a solid understanding of simplifying expressions. She just needed some extra practice to build fluency in areas where she had to distribute the negative sign. We also went over some science concepts to prepare for her quiz tomorrow (ecosystems and evolution).
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