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Tarrytown, NY, is located in the town of Greenburgh. The village, and the town surrounding it, are members of the Westchester County. It is located only 25 miles north of midtown Manhattan. The village has a population of about 11,200. The neighboring village is Sleepy Hollow.

Sleepy Hollow High School serves the town as a member of the Union Free School District. Students who want to attend good colleges must be aware of their grades. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Tarrytown tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. Tarrytown tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam. Students hoping to enter good colleges like the New York University, which is ranked as the 32nd best college in the nation, will have to work extra hard. Conveniently, Tarrytown, NY, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

Get out and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Tarrytown. The village has many great places for you to visit. Start by visiting Lyndhurst, a Gothic Revival mansion. Originally designed by Alexander Jackson Davis in 1838, the estate is surrounded by park-like landscape. The mansion is bedecked with a collection of original decorative arts. The 19th century mansion is complete with furnishings and lighting fixtures. Including an in-house bowling alley, the mansion has two floors of art and decor. The lavish estate is open to tours year round and hosts special events during Halloween and Christmas.

Another historic building in the town is Sunnyside. The mansion lies along the Hudson River on a ten-acre lot. The historic home was once the house of the American author, Washington Irving, writer of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." Visitors can walk the curved path that leads to the unique home in its intimate setting. Guided tours will help you become a part of the story, with costume and retellings of tales about Irving.

Be sure to visit the Tarrytown Lakes Park for a lovely area with fishing, hiking trails, and green space for picnicking.

Once you've explored the historic buildings of Tarrytown, return to your studies with a renewed determination. An expert Tarrytown, 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 Steve in Tarrytown, NY
Today the student and I went over some basic concepts in derivation and integration. He seems to be getting more and more familiar with deriving functions in different ways. We also went over determining max/min from the first derivative.
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Tutoring review by Sylvia in Tarrytown, NY
We covered Factoring with large number. The student had no problem working with the information and getting questions correct.
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Tutoring review by Adam in Tarrytown, NY
Reviewed for upcoming math test on area and volume of different solids. Discussed techniques for memorizing formulas for the various shaped solids and determining characteristics for similar solids.
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Tutoring review by Tara in Tarrytown, NY
The student has her final exam this Wednesday, so today we continued working through the review guide. Most of the work we did was on square roots and graphing. She had some difficulty recalling old concepts, like point-slope form and how to find the equation of a line given only two points. However, we practiced with it and she did very well. I think she's in good shape all around, and I told her if any additional questions come up, I can help her again before the exam.
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Tutoring review by Lucas in Tarrytown, NY
We went over an online assignment that included a few problems on integration by parts. The student was struggling with keeping track of the symbols once the problems got more complex. She was eager to learn the material but she just needed a bit of a push to get it. A few of the problems required estimation of the resulting integrals via Riemann sums and that was definitely a bit of review but I think she got the idea of it pretty quickly. I also pointed out to her that having good organization really goes a long way with this material and she definitely did a great job of following the advice. That simple tip really went a long way for her and given that, I think that she definitely will do well in this class in the long run.
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Tutoring review by Cheryl in Tarrytown, NY
We spent one hour each on the math and verbal reasoning. We specifically covered the following sections with terminology and problems: PEMDAS; basics terms (number properties); adding/ subtracting variables; multiplying/ dividing variables; distributive property with variables and word problems/ variables in answer choices. The verb-scrambled paragraph section was much better for her. We went over key clues that will assist her with placing the sentences into random order. For example, I explained to her to look for transitions, sequence ordering, timing, historical and comparison and contrast. She had some challenges in the beginning with most of the math foundations. I believed she didn't remember how to apply the math concepts to the problems. But we worked on the concepts and strategies on how to apply the terminology to each problem. Once we completed that she remembered the terms and concepts. She was able to understand how to solve the problems. Her attitude was engaging and she was determined to apply the concepts toward the math section. She was talkative, mindful and had some hesitation whether she was selecting the right answer. We discussed her not second-guessing herself. The strategies for the verbal section were to continue to underline key words, transitions, sequence and anything that will provide clues to the next sentence. I informed her to take her time and read very carefully the sentences. I provided her with 4 math problems and 1 scrambled paragraph to continue practicing.
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