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About Sayreville

Sayreville, New Jersey, is a medium-sized borough, with over 44,920 residents. It is near Raritan Bay. Sayreville initially began as a township in the year 1876, but in 1919, it was reincorporated as a borough.

The main school district in Sayreville is the Sayreville Public School District. There is one high school in the district, the top-rated Sayreville War Memorial High School. Private tutoring in Sayreville is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. For higher education, you can enroll in many nearby colleges, including top-rated DeVry University, Rutgers University, and CUNY College of Staten Island. A Sayreville, NJ, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and work to try to get into your top school choice.

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

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Sayreville, NJ tutoring
We covered PVA equations and inscribed shape maximization. We also covered equation asymptotes and holes. The student picks up the concepts very quickly, and did not seem to have too much trouble with anything. The hardest part was the inscribed geometries, and, after going through the process a few times, he has it down.
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Sayreville, NJ tutoring
The student completed a take home exam for Calculus AB final. The student had a good understanding for the material and was able to complete most problems without much assistance.
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Sayreville, NJ tutoring
We went over u-substitution. She understood the basics well, but missed some of the tricks that simply take more time to absorb. It was an effective session.
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Sayreville, NJ tutoring
This session we worked more on percentages and ratios. We put continued to emphasize checking her steps along the way, being a little more deliberate to make sure that she check herself at every major step (copying the problem, setting up the proportion, seeing if the answer is reasonable) and that she has answered the actual question rather than just one part of the question or something else entirely to make sure that everything still seems to be reasonable and that she is properly answering the question. Her problem solving skills seem to be improving a bit, at least with regards to anything involving a proportion. We will have to continue to push for her to check her work along the way and to set up proportions to solve every single thing.
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The student is beginning to learn how to construct equations from graphs and data points. We went through the homework and did additional problems from his math workbook. He is starting to multiply and divide fractions. In addition to the homework, we explored some future concepts regarding the division of fractions.
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Sayreville, NJ tutoring
We went over the student's school-assigned homework which covered solving inequalities for an unknown variable, with an emphasis on whether or not to flip the inequality sign based on multiplying or dividing by a negative number. Overall, he seemed to grasp this concept and was relatively confident in his abilities. We also went over the problems I left with him from Monday's session (square roots and squaring) and did extra practice on all aforementioned concepts. We finished with combining all concepts with problems such as 2x - 4^2 > 16. I left him with 10 problems to work on for our next session.
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