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Patchogue is a village in the south shore of Long Island, New York. It is located in Suffolk County, and it is home to about 12,000 residents. Patchogue is about 60 miles south of Manhattan, New York, and it is located right next to a natural riverfront harbor that is modern and self-contained. This quaint village is home to many notable and famous people, including professional bowler Mike Fagan, rocker Billy Idol, MLB player Marcus Stroman, and MLB player Irv Gordon.

Patchogue is served by the Patchogue-Medford Public School District. The top-rated High School in this district is Patchogue-Medford High School. If you currently attend this facility and feel you're struggling, expert tutors in Patchogue could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Patchogue, NY, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. St. Joseph's College and Briarcliff College are located within Patchogue. If you plan on applying to either of these prestigious higher learning facilities, you may want to take advantage of Patchogue, NY, tutoring, which will increase your chances of getting into these top colleges and universities.

Fire Island National Seashore is situated in Patchogue. Fire Island is a wonderful daytrip destination. It offers a great view of both the ocean and the bay, and it is the perfect place to soak up some sun and relax in the coastal breeze. For even more fun at Fire Island, try climbing the sand dunes or exercise your legs by taking a hike up the lighthouse. The view at the top of the lighthouse is absolutely breathtaking. If you're into the arts, spend a nice evening at the Patchogue Theater for Performing Arts. This theater is known for showcasing its local talent, and schedules a ton of different shows annually, including musicals, plays, and operas.

To improve your aim, try your hand at archery at Smith Point Archery. Smith Point Archery is an indoor archery range that offers archery lessons and instruction and solo archery practice. For family fun or group fun, enjoy an evening at Bowl Long Island Bowling Alley. The number one restaurant in Patchogue is Reese's 1900. This restaurant is known for its excellent Reuben sandwich, homemade coleslaw, onion soup, and homemade pies. It is also recognized for its friendly service, fun environment, and reasonable prices. If you're seeking ethnic cuisine, try out 360 Taiko Sushi and Lounge or Del Fuego.

Private tutors in Patchogue can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Get in contact with your own private tutor today, and watch all of your educational dreams come true.

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Recent Patchogue Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Eric in Patchogue, NY
The student was ready right away with the problem I left her with in our last session. She had the first step done perfectly, but had not figured out where to go from there. This was an involved but worthwhile problem, so we spent most of the session working on it. While it started as a basic application of the Pythagorean theorem, it quickly became about recognizing when triangles are similar and using proportions to find missing sides. We spent a lot of time looking at the angles to establish that each triangle had a right angle and the two smaller triangles shared an angle with the biggest triangle. She could see this readily, but it took more time to get her to find out that this meant, due to the properties of triangles, that the third remaining angle was also the same, proving the three triangles to be similar. Once this was firmly established, to a point that should transfer beyond the context of this problem or similar problems, it was time to use that similar relationship to create proportions between corresponding parts of the triangle. With corresponding sides touching, it was easy for her to see the relative scale of the triangles and we were still able to prove their similarity by bringing back the "parallel lines cut by a transversal" from our last session. The last thing we did with this problem was look at the area of the three triangles to see how we could apply the ratio of side lengths to the ratio of the area of the two triangles. Showing that the side lengths factor into area twice, it was clear that as side lengths get longer by a factor r, area increases by r^2. Before leaving, I checked in with her about her math studies, and she seemed to be doing well with that content and it was material I'd seen her do before so I was not concerned about whether or not she could handle it. Instead, I took a guess at what would be coming up next and brought up the important points about inequalities and how they're basically done like equations with a few minor but important differences. She did well with this and I am confident she will continue to do well with her math studies. To keep her working on what we did this session, I asked her to find the side lengths of the triangle we did not use, by way of a proportion and we will look at it at our next session.
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Tutoring review by Valerie in Patchogue, NY
The student showed me some of her work she did at school. She did a great job. We reviewed subtraction with regrouping. I gave her some problems that were very challenging (i.e., regrouping over zeros, and four digit regrouping). I assured her that it was ok to be challenged, and I told her these were problems that would stretch her mind. We took it one step at a time, and by the third problem she was using her rules and was able to successfully complete the problems. I believe it is good for her to reach for some problems so that she can build her confidence in tackling challenging problems. In addition, we worked on her reading comprehension with a story that centered around poems and rhyming. We will complete the activities next session. Lastly, we worked on reading for fluency with a pleasure book she picked from her library at school.
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Tutoring review by Catherine in Patchogue, NY
We continued with strategy in math and then made our way to reading comprehension and verbal. We were still reviewing the exam they took. Once we moved on to reading they felt more comfortable and confident with their work.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Patchogue, NY
Today was my first session with the student, and it went really well. We worked on getting her ready for her exam on Thursday. We spent all of our time going over the worksheet for the exam, which covered the beginning of E.M. She had a great attitude and was pleasure to work with. The biggest thing that I pointed out was the similarity of the equations between Mechanics and E.M and how to use them. Also, I pointed out how to use energy to her advantage and make problems easier. If she remembers what we talked about, she should do very well on her exam.
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Tutoring review by Laura in Patchogue, NY
The student and I covered what she was having trouble with on the review guide. Specifically, we talked about analyzing the possible solutions of a system of inequalities from the graph, absolute value functions, and word problems involving these. We went over basic operations involving binomials, focusing on subtraction. We started going over linear factorization, and tonight, I will be emailing her sets of solutions for the last page of her review packet involving this topic, along with a clear set of step by step instructions on how to solve these types of problems.
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Tutoring review by Steven in Patchogue, NY
I think this session was an overall success. We covered concepts such as interest rate, logarithm and exponential equations, and word problems, as well as Newton's law of cooling. These are the areas that the student said she had some concerns about and wanted to get straightened out for the test on Monday. I think she grasped each concept really well. We focused mainly on preparation for the chapter 4 test.
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