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Tuckahoe, NY, is a village in the town of Eastchester in southern New York. It is in Westchester County and has a population of 6,500 residents. The village has many lovely parks that set it apart from the surrounding villages and towns.

Tuckahoe High School is the primary high school for students in Tuckahoe. It is served by the Tuckahoe Union Free School District. Private tutoring in Tuckahoe is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Are you aspiring to go to an elite college? Sarah Lawrence, in Bronxville, is a top school, ranking 57th best liberal arts college in America. Another excellent school is Iona College. The college ranks in the top 100 best colleges to attend in the North region of the US. Several other esteemed colleges near Tuckahoe are the College of New Rochelle, College of Mount St. Vincent, Mercy College, Manhattan College, and Fordham College. You may enjoy working with Tuckahoe tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. You can work with Tuckahoe, NY, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

There are many attractions to experience in and near Tuckahoe, NY. The Bronx River Park is an excellent park for the biker. It has 23 miles of beautiful scenery and paved trails. The trail is nicknamed the "River of High Bluffs" for its phenomenal scenery and lush forestry that lines the trails. Grab a group of friends and head over to the Bow Tie Cinema for a fun night seeing a new movie. Eat a delicious pizza at the popular Burrata Wood Fired Pizza, where all the pizzas are hand tossed and made with fresh ingredients. Stop by the local Farmer's Market at the Depot Square every Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. By supporting your local growers and craftsmen, the village's community will become a better place to live because of the fresh produce and healthier food being eaten. You should get involved at the Community Center, where your neighbors from the village come together to get active and meet new people. Don't hesitate, and sign up with friends for a spot during the open gym to play some basketball or volleyball.

Are you coming up with a dream college list? If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Tuckahoe, NY, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep.

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Tutoring review by Ian in Tuckahoe, NY
The student and I covered exponent and log rules today. He said he gained a good confidence, and we will review next week after he takes the unit test.
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Tutoring review by John in Tuckahoe, NY
We reviewed for the student's upcoming test. The test covered the circle and its theorems. There were three main components to the test. The first component covered four theorems concerning angles inside and outside the circle made by chords, secants, and tangents. These angle measures could be determined by analyzing the circle's arcs that were inscribed by the chords, secants, and tangents. The second component would cover three theorems regarding line segments created by intersecting chords, secants, and tangents inside and outside the circle. The last component concerned representing circles within the Cartesian coordinate system. She was already comfortable with most of the information, so we spent most of the time doing practice problems or finding aspects of the information that she felt uncertain on. These topics mainly involved word problems where setting up the problem was a bit difficult. I highlighted telltale signs of certain problems to build her confidence. Once the problems were set up, she had no difficulties completing the problems. She should do very well on this test.
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Tutoring review by Bert in Tuckahoe, NY
The student and I reviewed problems involving circular permutations, special functions, arithmetic sequences, and tables and graphs. She didn't seem to have any issues with these topics, either when solving as isolated problems or when done mixed with other problem types as encountered on a standard section of the SAT. I had her then practice on difficulty 5 problems from the study guide and the only single major issue that she has had with these problems was the misreading of the original problem (e.g. "consecutive integer" vs "consecutive even integer"). Otherwise, she was able to successfully solve all of the practice questions. For homework, I've assigned her additional problems to do based on the topics covered today as well as issued her problems to complete in the practice SAT book.
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Tutoring review by Tam in Tuckahoe, NY
We discussed solving equations and inequalities involving exponents and logarithms, solving high-order equations using factoring and substitution, graphing functions and analyzing the graphs. We broke down the problems step by step and highlighted the key steps or the steps which students made most mistake on. She was thorough with solving logarithmic equations. She was not familiar with operations on exponents and factoring quadratics so we did several practices as illustration.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in Tuckahoe, NY
We reviewed a homework set of problems covering the rules of exponents. The student definitely showed increasing proficiency throughout the lesson, and he said he felt good about the material when we were finished. He worked most of the problems independently with only a few corrections here and there.
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Tutoring review by Cindy in Tuckahoe, NY
We reviewed the student's assignment on using proportions with scale drawings. She used the scale to determine either a distance on a drawing or the actual measurements. Then, we moved on to using similarity statements, and she was able to use the properties to determine perimeters and areas of polygons. Afterwards, we went to the online book to try the practice quiz questions. She seemed quite comfortable with the questions by the time we went to the online quiz questions.
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