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Waldwick is a borough located in Bergen County, New Jersey. The borough's population is an estimated 9,600. Waldwick is surrounded by the boroughs of Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, Midland Park, and Saddle River. Waldwick was incorporated in April 1919.

The Waldwick Public School District serves the youths of the community. An estimated 1,600 students are enrolled in the district. The only secondary institution operating in the district is Waldwick High School. Private Waldwick tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. Some of the postsecondary institutions around the community include Ramapo College of New Jersey, William Paterson University of New Jersey, the Ohr Somayach Tanenbaum Educational Center, and St. Thomas Aquinas College. The personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Waldwick, NJ, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools.

Waldwick is home to a handful of parks, such as Borough Park, Veterans Park, Emmet Park, and Ted Bell Park. At these facilities and others, you can participate in a variety of sports, like baseball, soccer, basketball, and tennis. There are sports leagues available and playgrounds for children. The town also hosts a municipal pool, where you can enjoy a nice swim and other aquatic activities. At the Oval, you can enjoy some of the borough's premier events, such as its free Summer Concert Series. Tribute bands are a staple of the concert season. Campgaw Mountain Ski Area, High Mountain Park Reserve, and the Outlets at Bergen Town Center are other nearby attractions. New York City, New York, is located approximately 30 miles south of Waldwick. New York City hosts a population of roughly eight million. The city has several notable museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the American Museum of Natural History. The latter is one of the largest of its kind in the world. It hosts more than 32 million specimens, ranging from humans and plants to rocks and meteorites. The site also has an exhibitions lab and research library. The New York Yankees and Knicks are two popular major league franchises in the city. The teams compete in the MLB and NBA, respectively.

Waldwick 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. You might excel in your school work with the benefit of tutoring in Waldwick, NJ.

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Recent Waldwick Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Alexa in Waldwick, NJ
First, the student worked on her science homework, which covered protein synthesis and genetic mutation. I discussed with her the importance of the key terms, and how she can use the key terms when she goes back to the textbook to study for her exams. For both math and science, she may need to get a little more comfortable with reading a question, figuring out what exactly the question is asking and then answering it. For science, she does know that she can consult her textbook to assist her with her homework. Referring to the textbook is a newer skill for her, but she seems to be doing just fine. For math, we worked on using the equation of a line. We will continue to practice all of these concepts, especially solving for different variables using a graph and the equation of a line. In the past, increased repetition of a certain type of difficult problem has helped her to better understand and independently solve them, so that is what we will do.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Waldwick, NJ
Today we went over a 2-page worksheet that the student had received from class. The first page covered completing the square, which he had mostly finished and is quite comfortable with. His only question was to do with solutions of square roots of negative exponents. I instructed him that these solutions were imaginary. Next, we covered simplifying radicals and square roots. This was unfamiliar territory and took several examples, but he had many good questions as we went through the process. The main strategy was 1) factor the number, 2) find factors that have square roots, 3) simplify. His understanding of factors is very good. I also showed him that he could check his answer by putting into the calculator and comparing the value to the original radical. His understanding is good. Next, we covered discriminants (b^2 - 4ac). He asked very good questions and picked it up quite well, but will also need to practice these before he becomes comfortable with them.
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Tutoring review by Ian in Waldwick, NJ
We reviewed for the student's placement test on Basic Algebra II and Pre-calc concepts including solving inequalities, factoring polynomials, finding GCF and LCD of rational expressions, etc. He has more problems in a packet to work on. He does an excellent job of showing his work.
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Tutoring review by Eduard in Waldwick, NJ
We went over chapter 3, which covered limits, definition of derivative and different differentiation techniques. We reviewed the power rule, the product/ quotient rule, the chain rule as well as derivative rules for trigonometric functions. We worked on various practice problems that tested each of these topics. The student seemed to have grasped the content. We will meet next week to review and preview next week's material.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Waldwick, NJ
I supervised the student completing his Module 1 assessment. Based on what I saw, I think he will score well on the assessment. He continues to get over 90% on the assignments we have completed so far. We worked on his discussion assignment for Module 1 together, and then got ahead of schedule by completing his study plan for Module 2 and studying and doing the assessment for the first assignment in Module 2. Module 2 will be all about polynomials, and the first assignment was about quadratic equations, especially understanding vertex form and completing the square to transform an equation into vertex form. He has good intuition about math, and is doing a good job of remembering his previous work.
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Tutoring review by Larry in Waldwick, NJ
We reviewed unions and intersections but towards everyday scenarios. We went over the practice exam for the student's exam tomorrow. At this point, I did not see her struggling with the concepts she needs to know for tomorrow. We talked about how to manage time during the exam.
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