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Westbury, New York, is a village that is part of Nassau County. Quakers first settled the region in 1658, and their culture would shape the area's rich history. Many British and German-speaking (Hessian) soldiers occupied the village during the Revolutionary War, and many of these Hessian men decided to stay in the area following the war's end. Westbury incorporated in 1932, experienced a building boom in the 1970s, and is now home to over 15,000 people.

The East Meadow Union Free School District administers the public schools in Westbury. The only secondary institution in the village is W. Tresper Clarke High School, which has received a silver medal for its educational programs from "U.S. News & World Report." New York City is just over 20 miles to the west of Westbury, making it very convenient to attend one of the city's prestigious colleges or universities. Some of these excellent schools are Pace University, Hunter College, New York University, and Columbia University. Private tutoring in Westbury, NY, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school. Westbury tutors are available to students in the area.

Westbury has several charming and quaint destinations to check out, and culturally rich and historic communities with their own attractions surround the town. The Space at Westbury is a music venue located within an old movie theater, and is a must-see. The staff are all friendly and helpful, and this is an excellent spot to see one of your favorite bands perform. Another great music venue is the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, where every seat in the house is conveniently within 100 feet of the stage.

If you'd like to get out of Westbury for an afternoon, try visiting nearby Brooklyn. One of the most incredible spots to visit in this community is the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, where you'll find roses, a Japanese garden, cherry blossoms, and much more. It's a wonderful family-friendly spot, and you can get lost in the garden's beauty for hours. Prospect Park is another great spot to check out if you'd like to get outside for a bit, and this lovely area has plenty of green space, walking trails, and a skating rink during the winter.

If you are interested in private test prep instruction, Westbury tutoring is a great solution. It is available either online or in-home. You may enjoy working with Westbury tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance today.

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Tutoring review by Brandon in Westbury, NY
The student and I reviewed LCF, to prepare her for subtracting mixed numbers and reordering them. I showed her two different ways to solve them. One way was to make the fraction improper and the other was the takeaway method.
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Tutoring review by Ian in Westbury, NY
The student and I covered adding and subtracting fractions today. We did all of the problems from his workbook and I made up extras. He said he made a 100% on his test review and felt great about his test he took last Friday.
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Tutoring review by Okechukwu in Westbury, NY
I helped the student review her homework from that Tuesday, and the day before. I created problems based on the types of problems that she was working on. She worked on the following: 1) Multiply a 2-digit number by another 2-digit number. 2) List factors for a composite number. 3) Create a pattern of a list of numbers from multiplying the first number by the same number- 4 times. 4) Round 6 digit numbers to the nearest tenth place. 5) Given a rectangular figure with a perimeter and the width of one side, find the length of a side. 6) Add two 6 digit numbers. 7) Division problems involving the dividing of money between friends.
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Tutoring review by Adwoa in Westbury, NY
The student and I covered more multi-step math problems, including double and triple digit addition with regrouping, multiplying single and double digit numbers, as well as dividing double digits but single digits with a remainder. She did a great job! I really enjoy her enthusiasm and her desire to be challenged. She enjoyed the extra practice math problems that I left for her last week, and I will be adding more complex problems to our math plan for next week.
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Tutoring review by Nathan in Westbury, NY
The student and I worked on infinite sequences and series. We focused on convergence/divergence and some tactics for simplifying/rearranging functions. He had a slight lack of familiarity with the concepts, so it was difficult for him to reason through most of the problems. It wasn't long before they were making much more sense to him. His attitude was attentive and agreeable. The main strategy I suggested was plugging in the first few numbers of a sequence/series to get a sense of where it would go. It was only our first meeting, but I think he'll catch up quite well.
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Tutoring review by Amanda in Westbury, NY
The student brought his review work for his geometry test tomorrow. We practiced using given equations to find the lengths of arcs, chords, secants, and tangents, as well as the area of sectors and segments. He did very well making sure he was using correct equations, not making assumptions about "facts" he did not know, and following through all steps of solving. He feels confident for his test tomorrow. He also brought the quiz results from the other day and he earned 18/20, which I was very proud to hear!
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