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Overland is a city located in St. Louis County, Missouri. It has a population of 16,100 residents and is part of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. People who live in Overland are less than 15 miles from downtown St. Louis.

Students who live in Overland are serviced primarily by the Ritenour School District, where they attend Ridenour High School in neighboring Breckenridge Hills. Want to feel more confident about your educational possibilities? With private tutoring in Overland, you can receive the kind of test prep and instruction you need, whether it's in-home or online. You can put in the work to try to keep up with online tutoring in Overland for your courses or test prep. Your tutor will give you the hands-on assistance you need to try to see that you always stay ahead of the curve.

Nearby St. Louis is the home of many excellent schools, like Saint Louis University, the University of Missouri - St. Louis, and Washington University in St. Louis. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the Overland, MO, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

Overland is a quiet community designed to let residents live close enough to experience St. Louis' amenities while living far enough out to appreciate a quiet, suburban lifestyle. The city is known for its historic district, Overland Park, which has various monuments celebrating the city's history. You can get your daily exercise while learning more about the area by walking through this district, where you can see the historic Lackland House, the McElhinney Log House, and the Garnett Estate.

If you're someone who enjoys being outdoors and surrounded by nature, make sure to visit Lake Sherwood. This body of water is a great place to spend the afternoon canoeing, fishing, or just relaxing along its banks.

Since you're only a few minutes away from St. Louis, you can explore everything that this city has to offer. If you enjoy baseball, stop by Busch Stadium and see the St. Louis Cardinals play one of their home games. Also, don't forget to stop by the iconic Gateway Arch, the city's famous monument that celebrates America's expansion westward.

With the assistance of tutors in Overland, MO, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities. Work with a tutor today so you can get the guidance you need to prepare for future success.

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Recent Overland Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Kalea in Overland, MO
Today we discussed analyzing data and distribution specifically looking at dot plots, and box and whisker plots. In these problems we looked at the symmetry of the set, the cluster areas, gaps, peaks, outliers, center, and spread of the data. For the symmetric data sets this included finding the mean and the mean absolute deviation. For the non-symmetric sets it included finding the median and the IQR of the data set.
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Tutoring review by Antonio in Overland, MO
For this tutoring session we covered more on acid and bases. The student had worksheets that he needed to work on. He finished most of it while I was there. The student was definitely understood most of the concepts, he just needed more clarification on the subject. I made sure that the student understood the concept before we moved on. The student seems to be improving as each session goes by.
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Tutoring review by Angie in Overland, MO
The student and I worked on graphing rational functions. We learned how to find the x-intercept, y-intercept, domain, range, vertical asymptotes, and horizontal asymptotes in order to graph the rational function. We created a system/check list of things needed to do in order to graph. Once the student practiced going through the steps, she became much more comfortable. We did problems out of my textbook, so she is able to do her HW as more practice.
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Tutoring review by Julie in Overland, MO
This session, we went over a review sheet assigned by her teacher. This sheet included finding the domain and range of functions; transforming, composing, and inverting them; graphing functions; and expanding and condensing logarithms. The student struggled the most with finding domain and range of functions, their transformations, their compositions, and their inverses. It is really important for her to remember the domain and range of basic functions, like the square root and logarithm functions. She also expressed reservations about graphing functions, but it seemed that by the end of the session she was more comfortable with his: all she needs to remember is that graphing is a two-step process, involving 1) finding intercepts and 2) analyzing end behavior. I think the most helpful thing for her to do would be to create a study guide. She doesn't need to summarize her entire syllabus, but I think it would be helpful for her to note the following concepts: -Definitions of even & odd, including how to determine if a function is even or odd. -Domain and range of square root & logarithm functions. -How to reflect over the x- & y-axes, shift, and stretch a graph. -How the domain and range of a graph change when it is reflected, shifted, or stretched. -Logarithm rules. We also discussed probability (specifically, the multiplication and addition principles), but we only had a chance to touch on it briefly. She mentioned that her teacher did not cover this topic in class, so if she has any other questions, please let me know!
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Tutoring review by Clara in Overland, MO
We looked over the student's schedule for next year and talked about strategies for processing and focus. We also worked through Spanish exercises (focusing on food vocabulary) and made flashcards for the words he had trouble remembering.
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Tutoring review by Jonathan in Overland, MO
Today was our introductory session. We worked on data sufficiency questions. The student hasn't seen this stuff for many years so will need to relearn most of the math rules from the ground up. I gave him the link to online GMAT questions which I think will be very helpful to him. We were mostly looking at inequalities with exponents and he was starting to understand. We will review the progress he makes on his own next time and begin from there.
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