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Tully, a town in New York, is a part of Onondaga County, and is home to around 3,000 people. The name of the town is derived from the famous Roman orator, Marcus Tullius Cicero. Many communities around this area are named after Roman generals and statesmen because one of the original surveyors responsible for naming the communities was a professor at King's College and a classical scholar. The first settler built a log cabin in Tully in 1795, and the first town meeting was held in 1803.

Tully Junior-Senior High School serves the public school needs of much of the community, and the Tully Central School District manages it. US News also nationally recognizes Tully High with a bronze medal for its educational excellence. About 20 miles north of Tully lies Syracuse, which contains many respectable colleges and universities. Some of these schools are Syracuse University, Le Moyne College, the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, and the Syracuse University College of Arts and Sciences. To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Tully, NY, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home. Skilled in-person or online Tully tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions.

There are a number of quaint and enjoyable small-town attractions to check out in Tully, and this part of New York is known for its natural beauty. One of the town's most charming spots is the Woodmansee Farm Llamas, which has been described as pleasantly relaxing and unique. Here you can pet and walk with llamas on a scenic trail, and your tour guides will fill you in on the history of the area during your hike. This is a great way to spend an afternoon, and guests 13 and older are welcome to lead the llamas. Spring Mountain is another scenic destination, and here you can choose from over 20 different hiking trails. The area is very clean, and ski lessons are offered on weekends.

Are you hoping to try to get the most out of your education? To help you work towards success in your courses or exams, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Tully is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. A personal and experienced Tully, NY, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Andrew in Tully, NY
The student has her final tomorrow so we spent time going through as much material we could and nailing down as many key concepts to give her the best chance to succeed tomorrow. We spent some time on simplifying fractions. We went through the concepts of simplification.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Tully, NY
The student did great today! I can finally see a lot of the mathematical concepts coming together, as she is now beginning to rely less on me and more on herself. FANTASTIC today!
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Tutoring review by Jenn in Tully, NY
The student had a chapter test to prepare for. We went over the entire chapter section by section. The entire chapter covers solving quadratics using several techniques: graphing (finding the vertex and intercepts), completing the square, factoring, and the quadratic equation. We had a great session today. We definitely celebrated that victory!
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Tully, NY
Today, the student and I reviewed her homework assignment. Although she said that she found it difficult, by the end of the session, she was doing other practice problems with no issue. Overall, the material does not seem too difficult for her, she just needs to be able to ask questions to make sure she is understanding all of the concepts as they come up. We also discussed doing review for ACT or SAT material.
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Tutoring review by Allen in Tully, NY
We finished up our discussion on half angle and double angle formulas. We started on Law of Sine and Law of Cosine. The student did not really struggle on these topics but requested many practice problems to go over them. The students attitude was motivated.
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Tutoring review by Alison in Tully, NY
Today, the student and I reviewed for her chapter test tomorrow. We reviewed how to calculate slope from a x and f(x) table, how to graph ordinate pairs, and how to calculate the equation of a line from either a word problem or a graph. After we did one problem together, she was able to complete other problems on her own without prompting from me. When she finished a problem, I would ask her to check her work, and this strategy helped her in understanding better ways to avoid mistakes. She was able to recognize mistakes if I pointed out where the mistake were in her work. I advised her again to work slowly through problems and write down all of her work. She did this well throughout the session. She was having some difficulty with discrete versus continuous graphs, but by the end of the session she was able to understand it. School ends for her this Friday, and we will begin sessions again after her winter break is over.
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