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The borough of Palmyra is located in Burlington County of New Jersey. The area was originally settled by the Swedes in the late 17th century. You can still view the oldest house in the borough, a farmhouse that was constructed in 1761. Before the Camden and Amboy Railroad, the land was primarily used for farming. Originally known as Texas, Palmyra's name was chosen by Isaiah Toy, who was related to the original Swedes and owned stocks in the railroad. The name was chosen based on an ancient trading center in Syria.

The Palmyra Public Schools serve the community of Palmyra, along with students in Riverton and Beverly. Palmyra High School is one of the oldest institutions in the county. It is highly regarded by the US News & World Report. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Palmyra, New Jersey, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep. Palmyra tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. You can apply for the most prestigious schools in the state of New Jersey, such as Princeton University. It is ranked #1 in the nation by the Niche report. An online and in-person Palmyra tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work.

The borough has a variety of options to choose from. Explore the history of the borough with the Palmyra Historical and Cultural Society. The volunteer group strives to collect and display information, artifacts, photographs, and more. It is the ideal location for historical research. In addition, the group hosts cultural and informational events during the year. Among the local collections, you can peruse Captain Charles Hall's Civil War diary, explore newspapers and books, and more. The Palmyra War Memorial contains several stones with thousands of names from numerous wars, including Bosnia, Korea, the World Wars, Lebanon, and more. The community enjoys an annual Halloween Parade together, organized by a group of volunteers.

There is a plethora of activities available for you to enjoy. The Palmyra Riverton Athletic Association offers softball and baseball for youth from five to 18 years old. There is the Palmyra Riverton Soccer Club for those from four to 18, as well as the Palmyra Panthers Pop Warner Cheer group for girls from five to 16. You can play football and wrestling, as well as join the Boy Scouts of America and the Triboro Girl Scouts.

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Recent Palmyra Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Jessica in Palmyra, NJ
In this session we worked through a review packet for the student's final exam. She was able to recall the majority of the information once one problem that was similar was completed. She has some issues when it comes to dealing with variable equations in triangles. She also did not have any recollection of doing parallelograms at all during class, so this concept needed to be retaught, but she caught on to it fairly quickly. She seems to be doing well and is working hard at understanding the concepts. For the next packet, she is to attempt the packet on her own by looking through her notes prior to the next session.
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Tutoring review by Nicole in Palmyra, NJ
For this session, we practiced various math equations including using order of operations, fractions, and decimals. We went onto a website and took a timed multiplication quiz. The student scored 100% in 2:50. I have asked him to go to this website and practice his multiplication with the games and timed tests daily for at least 15 min per day. I would like him to take the timed test at least 1 time per day and write down his score. His goal is to try to beat his last score each time he takes the test. We also read about memoirs and discussed their purpose. I asked him to write a new essay about his grandma rather than add to his previous essay. I would like him to write 3 paragraphs about grandma for our session on Sunday.
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Tutoring review by Dorothy in Palmyra, NJ
Today I helped the student work on supplementary and complementary angles and triangles. She had quite a bit of homework, so we reviewed that most of the time. I had also brought a worksheet on reading in word problems, because she said she struggled some with knowing how to set up an equation from word problem information.
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Tutoring review by Priyanka in Palmyra, NJ
The student had homework in chapter 3. I reviewed some topics she hasn't covered in class yet ( finding patterns in arithmetic sequence) since I'll not see her before her test. She seems to understand the concepts well. I also left practice questions for her to do before the test.
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Tutoring review by Miguel in Palmyra, NJ
We further discussed recursion, structs, arrays, loops, and file handling. I explained the difference between a function that uses direct recursion versus one that uses indirect recursion. The student was having trouble understanding the concept of having an array made out of a struct type. I explained this in detail to him and he seems to understand how it works now.
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Tutoring review by CORINNE DEKKERS in Palmyra, NJ
We focused on the ins and outs of slope-intercept form (including graphing, solving, and writing linear equations), and made some flashcards to help the student remember each part of the equation. We also made flashcards for remembering when numbers are positive or negative (using S.A.D.S. for addition and subtraction, and Integer Person for multiplication and division).
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