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South Amboy, NJ, has a population of about 8,600. The city is a member of Middlesex County and falls along the Raritan Bay. The New Jersey town was originally settled 1684 and named New Perth. Over time, the Algonquian name was corrupted to Ambo, which later became South Amboy.

The town is served by South Amboy High School, which is a member of South Amboy School District. High schoolers have a lot of pressure put upon them to perform well in High School in order get into a well-ranked college. Private tutors in South Amboy can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Expert tutors in South Amboy could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. For students pursuing a college degree, local Wagner College is a great option. The school is ranked 26th regionally. Top schools can be difficult to enter, but don't worry. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the South Amboy, NJ, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

The location of South Amboy provides scenic views of the water front, which makes for the perfect place to relax. Enjoy a trip to Raritan Bay Waterfront Park for a day of leisure at the waterfront. The lush green fields of the park are perfect for enjoying during the summer months. The park has a great view of the New York Skyline in the distance, and the nearby shoreline. The park is home to several attractions including baseball and softball fields, soccer fields, football fields, bocce courts, and a walk/ bikeway. You can enjoy a leisurely walk through the park or push themselves to the limit on a safe walking path away from traffic. The park also features a Nature Study Area and a performance gazebo to host the plethora of events the city puts on throughout the year.

If you're looking for a great activity you can enjoy with friends, visit the South Amboy Arena. This skating rink is great for open skate or for parties. You can rent skates from the arena, so don't worry about providing your own. You can skate to popular music with your friends or hang out in the arcade room. The attached snack bar ensures you'll be full of energy throughout your time on the skating floor.

Once you've explored the town, don't forget to spend your time on your studies. South Amboy, NJ, tutoring might help you get into the school of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Vincent in South Amboy, NJ
Today, we looked over an assignment that the student had over transforming graphs of quadratic functions. I started by writing out the vertex-form equation of a quadratic function and asking him to describe how each part affected the corresponding graph. Once he did that, he was more comfortable with how and why changing certain values in a function resulted in changing the shape or position of the graph. From there, the assignment had not been very difficult for him. There was a word problem that involved setting up an equation for a falling object, but he got through it after we discussed what each of the given values represented. In the review section at the end of the assignment, he showed an marked increase in comfort with identifying different types of factoring situations and handling them accordingly.
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Tutoring review by Pamela in South Amboy, NJ
The student and I continued to review for her final exam. We covered substitution and matrices. She is doing very well.
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Tutoring review by Lucas in South Amboy, NJ
We started going through the review packet provided to the student by the math department. This first part of the packet involved the distance rate time problems, mixture problems, and some of the work problems. These are definitely difficult to get used to so the student had a little trouble with them at first. After he got the hang of how to use the charts to simplify the problems, they got much easier for him.
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Tutoring review by Gail in South Amboy, NJ
The student had done well on her geometry homework. We are now finished with math. Today's chapter was on grammar and usage. It was quite a thorough review of these topics, and the student's slight hesitation here and there as we worked through the exercises suggested how helpful it would prove. Her homework is the rest of this very long chapter.
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Tutoring review by Scott in South Amboy, NJ
Today we covered some material from the student's pre-calc class, and we also reviewed part of a test she had taken. We covered exponentials, logarithms, and asymptotes. Specific points include how the "a" in the expression a^x cannot be negative in the real number system and how it is okay for a function to cross a horizontal or slanted asymptote.
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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in South Amboy, NJ
I had the student work on several worksheets in his math book. He went over shapes, fractions, multiplication, borrowing, adding four digit numbers, etc. He did a good job today. I assigned him some homework and we played a some chess toward the end of the session.
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