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Ridgewood is a village in Bergen County, New Jersey. The village has a population of roughly 25,000. Ridgewood is classified as a suburban bedroom community of New York City. It has been ranked as one of Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live."

They city is served by the Ridgewood Public Schools System. Ridgewood High School is the city's top ranked secondary campus according to U.S. News and World Report, which has awarded the institution its prestigious gold medal. Online or in-home tutoring in Ridgewood might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. William Paterson University of New Jersey, Fairleigh Dickinson University: Metropolitan Campus, and Ramapo College of New Jersey are a few of the nearby postsecondary institutions. With Ridgewood, NJ, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

Ridgewood hosts an estimated 12 locations that are registered on the National Register of Historic Places. The David Ackerman House, the Paramus Reformed Church Historic District, and the Van Dien House are some of the historic sites. These locations are great places to visit to gain a sense of the village's history. For recreation, why not visit Ridgewood Parks & Recreation, Saddle River Park-Wild Duck, and Graydon Park. Graydon Park features a beach-like pool with picnic facilities and sports courts. It's a fine place to unwind and have some fun. For a free concert under the stars, check out the Kasschau Memorial Shell.

New York City, New York, is one of the closest major cities. It has a population of more than eight million. The city is the location of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Called "the Met," it is the largest art museum in the United States. The museum's collection ranges from European sculpture and decorative arts to medieval and contemporary art. It also has a collection of antique weapons and armor from across the globe. However, many visit the site for its encyclopedic assortment of musical instruments. Nonetheless, the museum constitutes a fascinating stop. Central Park, the Manhattan Skyline, the Statue of Liberty, and Radio City Music Hall are several more top draws in the city.

Professional in-person or online tutoring in Ridgewood is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. Connecting with a Ridgewood, NJ, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools.

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Tutoring review by Rachel in Ridgewood, NJ
This week we reviewed material about angles and transformations. The student made flashcards for definitions and rules that he needs to memorize for his test. He should practice with them for five minutes every night. His other assignment this week is to finish the last page of the parallel lines and transversals sheet and "Find the missing vertical angles."
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Tutoring review by Sherna in Ridgewood, NJ
I worked with Student 1 on her essay. She had a nice introduction and a thesis sentence. We need to work on her fleshing her points out more. I worked with Student 2 on vocabulary. He took the vocabulary assessment and made a 97. He scored 80 on the reading assessment. He is going to retake reading for a higher grade for homework.
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Tutoring review by Eileen in Ridgewood, NJ
Yesterday when I arrived, the student had been practicing w/the 30 flashcards I'd purchased for her. As such, I proceeded to "quiz" her. Of the dozen words that were designated "difficult," I assigned her these 7 to work on for this week: they, this, who, now, like, are & all. After I had her write this list in my student journal writing book, we reviewed the Dora adventure Book #1 emphasizing the "short a" and read a couple of new pgs. We then learned the vowels with a little song and broke up a few words according to their syllables. We'll continue to do more of this for faster fluency. Finally, we had her choose a panel for the spelling tiles. Although she was struggling w/the word "rug," she got it when I shared a variety of rhyming words w/her. It really was an excellent session!
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Tutoring review by Paul in Ridgewood, NJ
Today we worked on forces and torque. The student struggled only slightly when setting up some problems. His attitude was positive and he remained engaged in the material throughout the session. I included strategies to simplify the material.
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Tutoring review by Ben in Ridgewood, NJ
The student got a 96% on her make-up quiz and continued to show independence and improved attentiveness in our session today. Right triangles with common ratios for side lengths based on radicals (45-45-90 and 30-60-90) were kind of tricky on Tuesday. However, her teacher's reinforcement of the formatting (ex. no radicals in the denominator) was very helpful, and her work looked much more consistent today as a result. We went through a review of all of sections 5.7 and 5.8 for her quiz the next day.
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Tutoring review by Sarah in Ridgewood, NJ
Today we continued to work on trigonometry, specifically, the unit circle. This is one of the more challenging parts of trig and the student is picking it up quite well. After explaining the concept with the circle, triangles, and the actual sin and cos graphs, I gave her a few strategies for deciphering the circle more efficiently in a test setting. We spent the rest of the time reviewing the conversion of radians to degrees (and vice versa) of special angles. Great session!
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