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About Salem

Salem, New Jersey, is located in Salem County. The city has a population of approximately 6,000. The name comes from the word "shalom" meaning "peace."

The city is home to one High School, Salem High School. The school is located in the Salem City School District. If you are interested in private test prep instruction, Salem tutoring is a great solution. It is available either online or in-home. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Salem is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Just 40 miles away, Philadelphia is home to a variety of top colleges and universities. The prestigious University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Drexel University, and Saint Joseph's University are just a few examples of the high educational opportunities offered in the city. In-home or online private tutoring in Salem, NJ, for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools.

Top tutors from Columbia and other respected universities serving the NYC metro area. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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The student and I discussed her upcoming quizzes and tests for this month. We also discussed if she had any new goals for this semester. We decided that we will continue going over her homework and preparing for quizzes and exams during our sessions together. We then began to review specific content from the chapters. It was a great session.
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The student and I practiced learning multiplying, adding, and dividing exponential variables. She was very intrigued by the subject! We then continued practicing for her upcoming SAT exam and went over any problems she got incorrect. I asked her to explain the correct method and also explain to me what she did wrong. We worked on the difficult questions that she was unable to answer as well, and she learned how to solve them.
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The student and I covered a lot of ground yesterday. We started by doing a review problem on Monday's material, and he did it perfectly and said they had practiced a lot in class. He had two lessons to do yesterday: Applications of Percent and Simple Interest Rate. We spent most of the session on the first lesson, which he did pretty well with. He understands that x percent is written as x/100 when setting up the proportions to these problems. For each homework problem I had him compare it to one of the examples his teacher gave in the video; I think this helped him a little bit to recognize the different ways that these problems can be written, and that you go about solving all of these problems in very similar ways. He was very motivated to complete all his work quickly, which I admire! I will continue trying to encourage him to take little breaks as I think that will ease frustration that builds up over the session. We took a little break before the second lesson, which I started by explaining the concept of interest to him and which he understood. He wanted to jump immediately into the homework problems, but I encouraged him to look at least one of the examples in the book first. We did the first homework problem together. He understood how to implement the formula but had a little trouble recognizing that the simple interest rate, expressed as a percent, needs to be converted into decimal form in order to use it in the formula. Since we did some practice with this before he watched the video, I think it will really click for him when he does watch the video and when his teacher explains it further in class this week.
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We covered how bills are passed in the House versus in the Senate. The student seems to understand the material well. The main goal is to bridge the gap between what is possible in government and law-making and the reality of the processes.
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I took the student on a whirlwind tour of Algebra today. We reviewed how the distributive property, then I showed him how to factor, both where elements share a common term as well as factoring polynomials. He did remarkably well with factoring polynomials and I was impressed. He is a quick learner and intuits all the principles behind the concept before I teach it to him. I honestly love working with him because we covered a week's worth of material from Algebra 1 in an hour and a half session and he understood it all. I will send some practice questions so that he has a chance to reinforce what I taught him.
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Today the student and I covered graphing linear equations, solving a system of equations in two variables by graphing, applications of simple systems, specifically concerning rates of money, and solving linear equations. She struggled most with being able to start the problems given. Her attitude toward learning was excellent, though, and she picked up on the material quickly. I look forward to seeing her progress after the upcoming test.
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