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Newell, NC, is a small, unincorporated community along the edge of Charlotte, NC. The town is a part of Mecklenburg County.

The town is served by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District, which includes the John Motley Morehead High School. A private Newell tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. It is imperative that you get good grades while you are in High School, because your grades can determine which colleges you will be admitted to. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Newell for test prep and help with course material. A perfect fit for students looking for highly ranked colleges in the area is the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. The school is ranked in the top 200 schools in the nation, which may make it difficult for students with less-than-superb academic records to be admitted. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Newell, NC, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into these top schools.

For a break from your studies, hit the town. Newell and its surrounding towns have a lot to offer you in terms of fun, so be sure to visit some of the local hot spots. A great way to start your day is by visiting Reedy Creek Park. The 146-acre area is a sports lover's haven. With multiple sports fields for basketball, softball, soccer, cricket, horseshoes, and volleyball, there is always a game happening. If you're looking for a way to see the park and enjoy a friendly game, you can try out the 18-hole disc golf course. The course has several obstacles that make it challenging for all levels of players. Even if you're not into sports, the park has something for you. There are over ten miles of hiking trails that run through the park and along the neighboring nature preserve. Get in a good workout away from traffic where you can feel safe. Even your furry friend will be able to enjoy the park at the fenced-in dog park. If none of the sporting options or activities interest you, you will still be able to relax and have a calm afternoon in the park.

Once your break is over, you can get back to achieving your academic goals. A Newell, NC, tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals.

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Tutoring review by Sharnita in Newell, NC
At this session, we worked through a review package the student received for his upcoming test. This package covered writing/graphing linear equations, solving linear word problems, and parallel word problems. I noticed, there were a few things he overlooked when working on the problem, so I created a list of things to remember: Convert every equation into slope-intersect form. When graphing: label and number axis; plot b (y-intersect) on y-axis first. Subtracting a negative number from a positive number equals a negative number. To help him become more familiar with solving word problems, I suggested practicing some in his textbook. Also, he planned to ask his teacher to review them with him as well. He received an 84% on his last quiz.
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Tutoring review by Johan in Newell, NC
Tonight we continued further explorations of advanced biological matters relating to people's lives. We revisited the phylogenetic tree of life and reviewed how it relates to biology. We then moved into how biology is commonly neglected by modern human health and how that relates to oral health, as well as a biological organisms' ability to restore itself. We also discussed the biological requirements and biological compatibility that must be respected in order for an organism to restore homeostasis. In our final discussion about how he needed to approach his coursework on his syllabus, I asked him to consider how all the biology we had gone over actually related to his coursework and how his coursework relates to his lifestyle. He was asked to consider thinking about what he values: what he cares about and what he would not want to live without.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Newell, NC
In today's session we reviewed properties of addition and subtraction and applied them to word problems from the textbook. The student struggled with the application at first but did get it as we completed more practice problems.
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Tutoring review by Jan in Newell, NC
During this first session, the student wanted to work on a homework assignment she was challenged by. The assignment concerned ANOVA and pairwise comparisons. She was able to cover the material included in the assignment (F statistic, omnibus test, orthogonal vs non-orthogonal tests, etc.).
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Tutoring review by Maggie in Newell, NC
The student and I worked on some homework problems that she was having some difficulty with. These problems were on using Newton's method to find roots of a function, anti-derivatives, moving particles, and finding functions using derivatives. She also wanted to review a few problems in preparation for an exam. In these problems we reviewed finding derivatives of exponential functions, and analyzing the graphs.
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Tutoring review by Ariel in Newell, NC
In this session, the student and I prepared for his upcoming test. He had a few problems to solve given by his teacher that we completed together. He was strong in calculating the problems and once he knew what formula or equation to use, he was able to get the answers correctly. We were able to work through those problems and see how to construct the graph given equations.
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