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Tijeras is a village stationed in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. Tijeras's has a population of approximately 525. The village belongs to the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The Tijeras area is served by the Albuquerque Public Schools System, which enrolls an estimated 95,000 students. It is the largest school district in the state. It is home to Manzano High, which is the closest secondary campus to the village. Tijeras tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. If you're looking at local postsecondary institutions, you can check out Central New Mexico Community College, the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, Santa Fe Community College, and the University of New Mexico. Getting into top schools will be within your grasp with private tutoring in Tijeras, NM, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online.

Tijeras is a gateway to the Turquoise Trail and the mountain communities that rest along its path. The trail comprises approximately 15,000 square miles of scenic views. In town, you can find the Tijeras Pueblo Archaeological Site. The interpretive site comes with free tours, lectures, workshops, and demonstrations. You can learn about the history of the area, take a stroll through a self-guided trail, and learn how to make stone arrowheads, spear points, and knife blades. The Church is another stop in town worth visiting. It features a fine and folk art gallery. You can also visit the Cibola National Forest & Visitor Center, Creative Award Concepts, Singing Road, and the Tijeras Open-Air Arts Market. The city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, is located about 20 miles west of Tijeras. The city has a population of approximately 556,500. Here, you can visit the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, which is one of the city's top attractions. The museum is noted for its collection of dinosaur skeletons, including a Seismosaurus, Saurophaganax, Stegosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus rex. The site's exhibits take you on a tour through history, ranging from the Dawn of the Dinosaurs to New Mexico's Ice Age. Other points of interest include the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History and the Rio Grande Zoo.

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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Tijeras, NM
I assisted the student with his geometry homework in preparation for his test the next day. I went over his review sheet with him and reviewed the characteristics of parallelograms, squares, rhombuses and rectangles. We then moved on to another part of his review for which he was required to analyze shapes that looked like squares but might not have been depending on whether various combinations of angles and sides were congruent or parallel. Finally, I quizzed him to ensure he had interiorized the characteristics of special parallelograms.
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Tutoring review by Robin in Tijeras, NM
I checked up with the student to see how they were preparing for the test at school, and it sounded like he was doing well with test prep in class. We went through more practice problems and there were still some more simple mistakes. However, I now believe that the reason for this is just a lack of experience. Since the AP exam tends to recycle questions, all he really needs is exposure to the problems. It sounds like a simple solution, but it can be tedious to accomplish because there's a big pool of questions that the exam makers choose from. There are 5 more weeks before the AP exam, and I would like to start seeing the student take at least one practice test per week from here on out. It would be especially beneficial if the practice tests were treated like a real one, but the primary goal is just to expose him to as many different problems as possible. He can even feel free to grade the tests himself. It might help reinforce the importance of double checking his work.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Tijeras, NM
We took the module 8 pretest (got all questions correct), then completed the module 8 discussion activity and the activity for module 8.01, formulas for volume.
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Tutoring review by Neetu in Tijeras, NM
The student has a test tomorrow. She wanted to review the concepts that she will be tested on tomorrow. We went over the review sheet. The concepts covered are ratios, proportions, and measurement conversions.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Tijeras, NM
The student worked through his physics homework, which was a little bit difficult because the class started with energy concepts without learning the basic concepts of motion and acceleration. He just needs to make sure that he takes his time and writes out his steps clearly in the event that he needs to go back and catch mistakes. He also should make sure that he knows what the variables stand for, and what units each part of the equation takes to make sure he is solving for the right thing.
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Tutoring review by Leslie in Tijeras, NM
We reviewed all of the topics from Chapter 1 in the student's textbook: operations with rational numbers (integers, fractions, and decimals), converting between fractions/decimals/percentages, order of operations, and geometry. It was a lot of material to go over in only 2 hours, but we managed the time well and had enough time to do at least one or two practice problems on each topic, clarify misconceptions, and learn tips for a few strategies. Overall, it was a productive lesson.
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