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Rotterdam Junction is a town in eastern New York. The town belongs to the county of Schenectady, and has a population of 29,100. The town was named after the port in the Netherlands, because the main settlers of this area were Dutch.

Mohonasen High School, served by the Mohonasen Central School District, is the primary school students from Rotterdam Junction attend. Rotterdam Junction tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. Do you wish to go to an elite college where it will prepare you for a successful future? Union College, in Schenectady, is a top school that ranks in the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the country. Another great college is the SUNY University at Albany. This school ranks in the top 150 best universities in the country, reported by US News and World Report. You might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of Rotterdam Junction, NY, tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction.

There are plenty of things for you to do in Rotterdam Junction. Ten miles away is Proctor's Theatre, an amazing place to see, whether it is to see a performance of some sort, like a play or live music, or just to get a tour of theater. The vintage, grand atmosphere will send you into a different era that will leave you begging to come back for another show. If you want some fun, but still want to learn, the Museum of Innovation and Science is a hit for people of all ages. Experience the stars up close and personal in the Planetarium, or check out their awesome exhibits. The exhibits and events change every month, so don't hesitate coming back each month a new set of exciting and interesting exhibits. In Scotia, five miles away, the Glenville Mini Sportplex has a lot of fun activities available to the public for a small price. They Sportsplex has go-karts with a track, mini golf, bumper cars, batting cages, a driving range arena, and bankshot basketball. The Sportsplex is for people of all ages, except really young children.

Are you ready to excel in your education and start your successful future? Expert online tutoring from Rotterdam Junction tutors could help you work towards success in your test prep and coursework. An expert Rotterdam Junction, NY, tutor might be an asset to anyone who wants to work to get into a top college or university.

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Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Rotterdam Junction, NY
The student is currently learning restaurant talk in his Spanish class. We reviewed how to express what you want, what you would like, tasting, and expressing likes and dislikes. We engaged in dialogue including foods, table settings, and useful phrases in a restaurant setting. The student also described locations of the items on the table. We reviewed in detail how to use several verbs such as servir, poner, ser and estar. The student was able to complete all of the activities, and has shown improvement. I want to see him improve his spelling, and I assigned a writing assignment for the next two days to prepare the student for this week's quiz. We will meet again next week.
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Tutoring review by Ryan in Rotterdam Junction, NY
Today we first reviewed some questions we went over last time, using adjectives. I could tell that the student had reviewed these questions during the week because she was answering much faster. I told her about a flashcard site that she could use to review vocabulary and pronunciation, and also to pick up new words. A strategy we went over today was to think about the question in English and consider which elements would be necessary before immediately answering in Swedish. She is going to look over the next chapter's dialogue in the book so that we can move forward with chapter two next time. I think her intuition and pronunciation in Swedish is really improving!
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Tutoring review by Benedetto in Rotterdam Junction, NY
We covered an important portion of the student's textbook chapter 4, from composite functions to logarithms. We only covered theory, and at a fast pace. The student was able to follow almost everything, but she needs time to let all of this settle in.
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Tutoring review by Sharyn in Rotterdam Junction, NY
During this session, the student wrote an essay for school about what sports can teach us. He began writing without outlining, so I had him stop and we did an outline together. He still seemed a little resistant to using it when he started his draft, instead writing stream of consciousness. I had him rewrite several parts using the outline as a guide until he finally worked off of it, and the rest of the essay improved greatly. He says the outlining helped him, but I think he could still use more practice in order to make this a habit for all essays.
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Tutoring review by David in Rotterdam Junction, NY
I started teaching Student 1 how to solve systems of linear equations by graphing using x and y-intercepts. We went through a few problems together, and then he did some on his own. I continued with Student 2, going through his homework on the aforementioned subject. They both did very well with the problems and both had very good attitudes today.
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Tutoring review by Samuel in Rotterdam Junction, NY
In this session we reviewed the student's last quiz, and she finished most of her homework for the day. The topic currently being covered is similar right triangles, section 9.1 in her book, and she seems to understand the concepts well. I'm trying to encourage her to work more independently, so that she will be better able to complete her tests.
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