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San Anselmo, California, is located in Marin County and has a population of approximately 13,000. The city is just 20 miles from San Francisco and is the hometown of George Lucas. Mount Tamalpais can be seen from the city.

San Anselmo's Sir Francis Drake High School is ranked among the top 100 high schools in the state. The school is located in the Tamalpais Union High School District. If you are interested in private test prep instruction, San Anselmo tutoring is a great solution. It is available either online or in-home. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in San Anselmo for test prep and help with course material. Just 20 miles away, San Francisco is home to a wide variety of colleges and universities. San Francisco State University, the University of California--San Francisco, and Golden Gate University are just a few of the best schools located within the large city. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in San Anselmo, CA, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools like these.

The city of San Anselmo hosts a wide variety of youth activities throughout the year for residents. The city features after school enrichment classes ranging from science classes to guitar lessons. The learning doesn't stop when school is on break; the city also offers multiple camps during school breaks throughout the year. The camp options include art, music, sports, and technology. Each fall as the kids head back to school, they can also sign up for specialty education sessions for evenings. Babysitting safety classes, carpentry classes, dance classes, and sewing classes are just a few of the evening opportunities available for children in the city.

San Anselmo is home to a 20th century mansion that's open to the public, located in Robson-Harrington Park. The park features 30 community garden plots and is surrounded by a beautiful handmade brick wall, built using the bricks of old houses. The walls line the entryway, paths, and stairs to the gardens and picnic areas. Robson-Harrington Park is conveniently located just two blocks from downtown San Anselmo. The house itself has been restored and is available for rent, making a unique and beautiful setting for weddings, parties, and special events.

Is your dream to become a student at one of the top colleges or universities in nearby San Francisco? You could get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in San Anselmo, CA.

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Recent San Anselmo Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Christine in San Anselmo, CA
The student is preparing for his final exams, which are scheduled for the following week. In preparation, I asked him to get started on his chemistry study guide between our scheduled sessions together. During this session, we went over the answers to his study guide questions and made sure he understood all concepts. We made a list of concepts he would like to review together. We covered how to find limiting reagents and excess reagents using stoichiometry. He seemed confident in solving this type of problem after we worked through just one together. He is very bright and eager to learn! We also went through his geometry study guide, which included mostly algebra. He seemed comfortable with the problem types given, so he wanted to mostly spend our time on chemistry.
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Tutoring review by Adam in San Anselmo, CA
The student is preparing for a test, so we reviewed several questions from old review packets, paying special attention to the definition of derivative and limits. He seems very confident and prepared.
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Tutoring review by Kataryna in San Anselmo, CA
This lesson turned out great! I found some practice problems for her and we went over them and now she and I are confident that she has these concepts down, like factoring for example. I am very confident with her. There are still a few concepts we need to go over but we have another lesson next tomorrow. I will be sure to have more practice problems as well!
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Tutoring review by Liban in San Anselmo, CA
We continued reviewing for the AP exam. The student has improved on definitions, conditions, and experiment setup. I quizzed her on normal distribution, chi squared tests, regression, and random sampling. She just needs to memorize how to calculate standard error for testing scenarios. We began to review how to identify which test to select. We then reviewed her previous work to make sure she understood her mistakes and how to correct them. She takes the AP exam in two weeks.
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Tutoring review by John in San Anselmo, CA
We prepared for a quiz over graphing three types of equations. The types of equations covered were linear, absolute value, and quadratic equations. The student had no problems graphing linear equations, especially if they were already in slope-intercept form. We discussed the method of how-to convert linear equations into slope-intercept form. Absolute values and quadratic equations proved a bit more difficult for him to digest. For absolute values, we began with a discussion regarding the parent function and its general v-shape. We discussed its translations and how to determine them for the equations. I switched from teaching a theory based method of graphing absolute value functions to an algorithm based method to simplify it for him. We broke it down into finding the vertex of the function (by finding the x value that made the absolute value zero) and taking a couple of test points around the vertex. He can apply the algorithm fairly well but still is not comfortable with the "why" behind the method. Once he became more comfortable with graphing absolute value function, graphing quadratics became less difficult because the methods were similar. We found the vertex and found test points to graph parabolas. Finding the vertex was easy when the function was already in vertex form but we had to complete the square to transform standard equations into vertex form.
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Tutoring review by Edward in San Anselmo, CA
We went over the different types of triangles that depend on angle and side measures. The student took a little while to remember all of them but eventually he had a solid grasp on the different types. After he finished his homework, we worked on a few system of equations problems because he felt he needed more practice. He made a few mistakes but for the most part, he was able to easily solve the problems.
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