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Princeton, New Jersey, is famous for being the home of Princeton University, rated as the best university in the United States by US News & World Report. The historic town, founded almost 100 years before the American Revolution, has been host to many influential thinkers over the years. Albert Einstein lived there for more than 20 years, and F. Scott Fitzgerald attended college in Princeton. The city has a rich legacy, boasting two signatories to the Declaration of Independence (Richard Stockton and John Witherspoon) among its citizens.

In addition to Princeton University, Princeton is home to the Princeton Theological Seminary, the first in the country founded by the Presbyterian Church. Additional educational institutes include well respected Princeton High School, overseen by Princeton Public Schools, and private schools such as The Lewis School of Princeton and Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Princeton, NJ, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice. Gaining entrance to the city's prestigious academies can be very competitive. Private tutors in Princeton, NJ, can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. 

Although a small town of approximately 30,000 people, Princeton offers many exciting activities for visitors and residents alike. Competitive rowing has firm roots in the community, involving athletes from high school and college, and even hosting a training camp for the US Olympic team. The annual JazzFeast party combines great music and exceptional food for a day-long event in September. The Princeton Festival is another annual event that hosts some of the country's most talented children in piano and violin competitions, and features a variety of theater and opera performances among its attractions. And Einstein himself is celebrated with Pi Day - an amusing happening featuring pie eating contests, Einstein look-alike competitions, and a comedic reenactment of the famous physicist's life.  If you're a big fan of Einstein, you can even seek out his Princeton house.  You'll have to settle for a picture outside of the home, however, as it is not open to the public.

If you want to maximize your academic success, Princeton, New Jersey, tutors offer online or in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you might need to try to do well on your big exam. You will find that personal tutoring in Princeton, NJ, might help you exceed your expectations.

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Tutoring review by Cyre in Princeton, NJ
1. Literature homework had to be redone. 2. Studied vocabulary words ch 7 for quiz Monday. 3. The student had to read "Eleven" and answer story questions about it as well. 4. CEA to be done afterward.
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Tutoring review by Celeste in Princeton, NJ
The student and I continued the last push for reading today. She scored either a 26 or 27 on this one, using the same techniques that we did last time. I timed her for each section, so now she knows the "feeling" of doing about 9 minutes per passage.
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Tutoring review by Rudy in Princeton, NJ
The student has an exam on Tuesday, so we split the session going over her homework and the review for the exam.  The material was a continuation of angular velocity and translating the trig functions on graphs. The review covered everything that we have gone over in the past week - solving for the trig functions, using the trig identities, word problems, etc. Overall, the student did great. She definitely has the potential to do well on the exam.
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Tutoring review by Allyson in Princeton, NJ
Agenda: -Introductions and summary of what the client feels needs to be covered -Evaulation of writing skills -Evaulation of ISEE skills -Brief lesson on writing skills (on paper from school) -Scheduling of future sessions
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Tutoring review by Annie in Princeton, NJ
Today was my first meeting with the student.  I was impressed by her ambition, intelligence, and maturity!  We began with a review of math fundamentals.  We reviewed the rules that always hold true for odd and even number, such as an odd + odd = even.  We did a 12 problem practice drill using the 'Plugging In' technique. There was only one problem that we didn't have the exact answer for.  Most of these problems involved turning written questions into numerical expressions.  The student did really well with this concept.  We also reviewed geometry and I learned which type of problems give her trouble (congruent angles/degree measurements).  Finally, we discussed the written part of the test.  I gave the student a book of SAT writing prompts which she believes will be helpful.  We plan to meet again on Monday at 1pm.  
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Tutoring review by Caroline in Princeton, NJ
The student is studying area of trapezoids and triangles. We worked through his homework and as we were working, I noticed that he did not fully understand order of operations in math so I made up more problems for him to work on that. I think by the end, he had a better understanding of "PEMDAS" and I plan to check for any other basic math skills that may have slipped through the cracks. I stressed to him that he needs to have this good foundation before he moves into harder math classes.
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