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Wentzville is a city located in St. Charles County, Missouri. It has a population of 29,100 residents and is part of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Residents living in the city are roughly 50 minutes away from downtown St. Louis.

Wentzville students are serviced by the Wentzville R-IV School District, where they attend either Emil E. Holt Senior High School or Timberland High School. Online and in-person Wentzville tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Wentzville tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep.

One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Wentzville, MO, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. Working with a skilled instructor could give you the assistance you need to attend Lindenwood University - Wentzville campus, or one of the top St. Louis colleges like St. Louis University or Washington University in St. Louis.

There are a number of entertainment options that you can explore in and around Wentzville. It's county fairgrounds are the home to the following annual festivals: the Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire, the St. Louis Pirate Festival, and the St. Charles County Fair. All three of these events bring people from across the Greater St. Louis Metropolitan Area who enjoy games, food, and browsing through vendors' unique wares.

If you are someone who enjoys picnicking or walking, make sure to visit Quail Ridge Park. This community center has athletic facilities and playground equipment, making it a fun place for people of all ages to get exercise while enjoying fresh air.

Since St. Louis is nearby, you can take advantage of all the entertainment options that the city has to offer. This means that you can easily spend the day watching the Cardinals play a home game at Busch Stadium. You can also take a few hours to walk through the amazing facilities in the St. Louis Zoo, which is one of the best zoos in the United States.

Be sure to see the Gateway Arch, which is next to the Mississippi River, and was built as a symbol of westward expansion. Also, if you're interested in learning the history of the settlers who pushed west and contributed to the growth and development of St. Louis, make sure to stop by the City Museum.

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Tutoring review by Kari in Wentzville, MO
Today the student and I had a very productive session! I got to hear all about her invention. We started off by going over the practice test I gave her on Tuesday, which as a whole she did very well on. The only mistakes were minor adding mistakes within her multiplication methods. If she takes her time and checks her work as she goes, I think she could definitely get an A on her test. We then went over her homework, which she had completed without error! I gave her another practice test which I would like her to complete before our next session on Tuesday. We did one of each type if problem together, so she should have very little difficulty completing it. She understands each concept well. She just needs to take her time and neatly show her work. If there are any questions on the test, please don't hesitate to contact me!
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Tutoring review by Alexis in Wentzville, MO
We covered linear functions, average rate of change, and applications. The student just needs to be careful with parentheses and keeping up with the small details of equations. She seems to be getting most of the big picture concepts.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Wentzville, MO
- The student and I reviewed for his unit test on Monday. - His test will cover all concepts regarding exponential and logarithmic functions, including graphing, solving, and simplifying. - We also covered growth and decay word problems.
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Tutoring review by John in Wentzville, MO
The student and I reviewed the topics covered in her course in the last three weeks. She showed competence in her understanding of the topics thus far. We discussed mainly functions, their domains/ ranges, and the different transformations that can be applied to parent functions. We reviewed the main six or seven parent functions that would be covered in her class' exams and quizzes. I highlighted which function types had special considerations regarding domains (radical and rational functions) as well as ranges (quadratic and absolute value functions). Regarding transformations, we talked about the two types: dilations and translations. We practiced determining transformations graphically and by analyzing the function equation. To wrap up the session, we learned how transformations affected the domain and range of each parent function.
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Tutoring review by Jonathan in Wentzville, MO
We covered the problems on the previous exam, and found the errors made in order to prevent them from occurring again in the future. We developed an alternative preparation strategy for the next exam, starting with using the practice exam as an assessment to identify weaknesses, followed by making those weaknesses strengths.
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Tutoring review by Joseph in Wentzville, MO
The student and I got most of the rest of the way through his College Algebra final review today, covering systems of equations, systems of inequalities, Binomial Theorem, sequences, and applications. He had a bit of trouble remembering each concept, but he picked up the problems smoothly once he was reminded.
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