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Palmyra is a borough that is located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. It has a population of 7,100 and is less than 25 miles from downtown Harrisburg.

Students who live in Palmyra are serviced by the Palmyra Area School District, where they attend Palmyra Area Senior High School. This institution is nationally recognized and has received a bronze medal from "U.S. News and World Report." A private Palmyra tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Palmyra is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.

Nearby Harrisburg has many different institutions that you can apply for, like Penn State-Harrisburg, the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, or the Harrisburg Area Community College. With Palmyra, 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.

While Palmyra is a quiet community where residents who work in Lebanon or Harrisburg live, there are many different types of entertainment options outside of the borough that you can explore. Nearby Harrisburg, which is the state's capital city, offers many venues that are exciting. If you are interested in learning more about Pennsylvania's unique cultures and history, take a guided tour through the Pennsylvania state capitol, where you can access its local museum. In addition, Harrisburg is also the home of the National Civil War Museum, which tells the story of the Union soldiers who fought in the American Civil War.

Wildwood Park is the perfect place to spend the day outdoors getting your exercise. It has a variety of different hiking trails, which range from easy to challenging. If you are looking to get away from the city for a while and get some fresh air, this is the perfect place for you to go.

Harrisburg also has a lot of facilities that cater to the arts. The Susquehanna Art Museum is a small museum located in Harrisburg that hosts a number of works completed by some of the area's most talented artists. If you enjoy performing arts, make sure that you see the award-winning Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, which usually performs in the Forum Auditorium.

Palmyra, PA, tutors are available to students in the area. Work with a tutor today who can give you the assistance you need to meet all of your goals.

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Tutoring review by Kimyen in Palmyra, PA
We went over math homework and Mock Trial material. For her math, the student was studying more recursion and rate of decay problems. She needed help translating the word problems into numbers and patterns that should could recognize more easily. She is very good at the math problems once should could understand what they were asking for. The recursion problems also dealt with exponents. She has a strong grasp on exponents but had misunderstood anything raised to the 0 power is equal to one. All of her problems that had to do with 0 exponents had 0 as the answer instead. I explained to her the difference and realized that she was computing exponents by multiplying things out instead of using "to the power" symbol key. I will be sure to bring additional worksheets dealing with exponents next time to see if she remembers the concept. We also worked on Mock Trials which she is going to be a witness in. She did her research on her witness and understood the case, but needed help to realize how the prosecution would attack her witness and how to prepare for it.
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Tutoring review by Timica in Palmyra, PA
The student and I took a math practice test. We will need to work on her basic mathematics in future sessions because these are the concepts that give her the most trouble and lead to mistakes in solving problems. The concepts we will cover are: multiplying/dividing fractions, solving an equation, and graphing concepts.
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Tutoring review by Carin in Palmyra, PA
The student started with his math homework, adding, multiplying, subtracting and dividing polynomial exponentials. He grasped the concepts fairly quickly, and only made a few systematic errors. After we finished his math, we moved on to science. I quizzed him on cellular biology terminology and definitions. He needed help with remembering some of the associations, but he says they are allowed open notes for the quiz, so he shouldn't have too much problem with it.
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Tutoring review by Valerie in Palmyra, PA
The student had a math worksheet and a paper to write which he completed. We spent the majority of the time filling out and trying to review for a Theology test he is having tomorrow. I emailed the teacher to see if we could get a copy of the next study guide at the beginning of the chapter so we could be sure to use the time to prepare for the test.
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Tutoring review by Alejandra in Palmyra, PA
We mostly covered geometry in this session (angles, area, and circumference of circles), along with variable expressions. We learned the equations for finding circumference and area of circles, and practiced expanding variable expressions with fractions. The student continues to pick up concepts quickly, but needs to remind herself to check her work and thoroughly read the questions to glean what it is that the question is actually asking. She showed a lot of progress in the session alone, and I'm hopeful with more practice she'll have it mastered in no time.
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Tutoring review by Violet in Palmyra, PA
In this session, we started going through the materials found on the precalculus course website. We went through the PowerPoints for all of the first quarter materials, including analyzing linear, quadratic, power and polynomial functions and the graphs of these functions. These were mostly topics the student had already studied. When we moved on to the second quarter, we started touching on topics she hadn't yet studied. We went through synthetic division and the rational zeroes test and she did practice problems on each. This session was very productive, and we are just about halfway through the course.
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