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Providence, Massachusetts, is a large metropolitan area. The area covers eight counties and two states, including nearly all of the state of Rhode Island. The largest city in the area is Providence, Rhode Island. The metropolitan area has a population of nearly two million. The area is also part of the Boston Combined Statistical Area, which is among the largest in the country.

Oliver Ames High School is in the Providence metropolitan area. The High School is in the Easton School District and is in North Easton, Massachusetts. A private Providence tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Providence tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam. Sixty miles from the metropolitan area sits Boston. The city is home to the prestigious Harvard University, Boston University, Boston College, and Northeastern University, as well as several smaller colleges and universities. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Providence, MA, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

The Providence metropolitan area contains Fall River, Massachusetts, as well as New Bedford. Both towns offer a wide variety of family-fun learning opportunities. The Children's Museum of Greater Fall River has hands-on learning activities for all ages. You can explore the different exhibits ranging from the World of Water, a music room, a Lego room, and the Education Station Room. The Education Station provides books for children of every age and also includes a puppet theater. You can also be a paleontologist for a day in the Dino Dig room, or you may like to dig for fossils, play with dinosaurs, and climb the climbing wall. The museum is also available for field trips and parties. New Bedford has the Buttonwood Park Zoo, which has 30 exhibits. Zoo educators are available to lead group youth programs throughout the year. You can meet some of the animals while learning about the animals in the zoo. During the summer months, you can stop by the zoo to hear daily zoo keeper chats; throughout the day, the talks are given about different animals. Animal Encounters are available daily at the zoo, you can help a zookeeper feed and care for the animals up close.

Is Harvard University your dream school? Tutors in Providence, MA, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam.

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Tutoring review by James in Providence, MA
Tutor and student reviewed vocabulary, using flash cards and focusing on verbs. Then tutor added new nouns, making cards for each new word. Finally, student and tutor reviewed assigned translation (Latin > English) and practiced additional conjugation. Then tutor gave student additional sentences to translate as homework.
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Tutoring review by Sylvia in Providence, MA
We are still covering circle geometry. She has a packet that we are working out of to ensure she is ready for her exam when it comes.
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Tutoring review by Lea in Providence, MA
Today we went over some sections about probability that the student needed help with. These included independent, dependent, mutually exclusive, and inclusive probabilities. After practice, she was able to completely understand the concepts.
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Tutoring review by Art in Providence, MA
The student and I worked on more problems involving radicals. These problems involved the multiplication and division, addition and subtraction, and the solving of radicals without perfect squares. He took a little bit of time to get warmed up initially, but then really impressed me with how fast he recalled information from the last session. Soon he had declared that these seemed too easy and he wished to work ahead on some more advanced radicals. We then moved into finding the domain and graphing functions that included radicals. He again responded positively and we were soon working efficiently through all problems of this type. The last topic of the session was squaring functions that involved radicals. We were able to relate this to the foiling that we had previously worked on in earlier sessions, and it was no problem for him. The biggest win from the session was how organized he was being as he worked through the problems. He is beginning to understand the importance of showing all of his work, and as he works in more detail, he is catching more of his own mistakes. He reported that he had taken a quiz over radical functions and said that he feels pretty good about it. He still had plenty of questions left over to practice on, and he also agreed that he will take some of our tutoring notes with him to class so that he can go over them before lessons, quizzes, and tests.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Providence, MA
We started a review packet on the unit circle and related material. The student has his exam this Friday. We will be meeting tomorrow to work on the material and go over other material that he feels he needs more practice in. He must memorize the unit circle in order to do well on this exam!
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Tutoring review by Nkiruka in Providence, MA
We continued with the current technique. Since he says he knows this topic very well, I give him questions on the topic the teacher is teaching. We review anything he doesn't get correct. His percentage of questions between our last session and this session went from 50% to 70%. He has a quiz on Monday next week and an exam on Friday next week.
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