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The city of Piedmont is located on the western coast of California and is surrounded by the city of Oakland, CA. It is a part of Alameda County, and has a population of about 11,000. The name comes from the Italian region of Piedmont, as the California area shares a similar setting of rolling hills. Piedmont, when translated from Italian, means "foothills."

The Piedmont City Unified School District is the primary school district serving the city. The top school in the area is Piedmont High, which offers Advanced Placement classes to its students. If you are struggling in some of these advanced classes and are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Piedmont tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. The best college in the area is none other than Stanford University, located in Stanford, CA, which is just under an hour away. It is often considered to be one of the top five universities in the nation. Piedmont, CA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

There are a wide variety of things that you and your family will enjoy in and around the area of Piedmont. One of the most popular destinations is the Oakland Museum of California, where you can learn about the history of the area and view the amazing art exhibits. Additionally, there are often special exhibits that don't stick around forever. A must-see for nature lovers is the Redwood Regional Park. It features a large variety of hiking trails, so have a picnic and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Another very interesting place to go is Free Oakland UP. It hosts a unique collection of trinkets, and everybody is allowed to take one thing for free.

If you want to see a sporting events, the very short drive into Oakland, CA, will give you access to whatever you might want to see. A great summer destination is Oakland Alameda Coliseum, where you can watch Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics. If football is what you're into, the Oakland Raiders of the National Football League make their home at the same venue. During the winter, basketball fans can travel to Oracle Arena to watch the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association.

Want a boost to your education? It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Piedmont for test prep and help with course material. Tutors in Piedmont, CA, are a great way to try to improve.

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Tutoring review by Mark in Piedmont, CA
As it was our first session, the student and I spoke for roughly fifteen minutes about her school subjects, homework, tests, hobbies, and interests. She caught me up on the structure of her Math, Social Studies, Science, and English Language Arts classes, as well as what topics they've covered lately. In Math, the student reviewed a homework sheet that introduced basic concepts of the Cartesian coordinate system (x's and y's, and reflecting across axes). I gave her several problems testing %'s, fractions, and decimals. While the student is very comfortable with mental multiplication, mental division is more difficult for her, which can be an impediment to working easily with fractions and their %, as well as decimal counterparts. We'll continue to work on mental division and fractions, along with her school subjects. With writing, we looked at several work samples, and began to record in her school notebook some basic rules that had been tripping her up (their vs there, to vs too) along with examples. We began to work on simplifying sentences, keeping them short when possible, and discussed essay structure at a high level. These are areas to continue to work on. Overall, it's apparent that the student is extremely bright and with work on some of these areas, she should see much improvement. She also appears to have a great attitude about schoolwork in general, and was amenable to taking on some extra homework for our future tutoring sessions.
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Tutoring review by Luke in Piedmont, CA
We covered problem solving with trigonometry, graphs of trigonometric functions, and a bit of statistics. I noticed the student was having trouble with visualization, so I did my best to draw out clear diagrams. At one point I used objects on the table to help visualize something in 3D space.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Piedmont, CA
The student seemed to be unsure with money so first she did some worksheets on pennies, then worked with nickels. By the end she understood that 20 nickels make 100 pennies. Then we read out loud a chapter from her reading book Sophie the Snoop. I asked her questions to help her with her comprehension. We are designing a book together. Tonight she will make all the drawings and tomorrow she will dictate the story to me. She is a great student who is a lot of fun to work with.
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Tutoring review by Nichole in Piedmont, CA
We went over simplifying exponents, foil again, and adding and multiplying variables with exponents. We also went over decimals with place values identifying which was larger than the other.
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Tutoring review by Jack in Piedmont, CA
Good work today. We just about finished going over the Math portion of the ACT. I think we might spend a few minutes next week wrapping up geometry and reviewing trigonometry. The student seemed confident on the questions he has already covered in school, and by the time he takes the test, he should have covered all the info that's going to be on the ACT.
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Tutoring review by Colin in Piedmont, CA
This session was devoted to helping the student study for his upcoming test. The test will cover everything from factoring to synthetic division. Fortunately, he performed well on the quizzes on these topics, so the studying went smoothly. He was able to complete all of the practice problems with minimal supervision.
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