What is Subject Tutoring?

What is Subject Tutoring?

Subject Tutoring is supplemental learning for a specific subject, typically for students from middle school through college. For example, Huntington helps students such as the 7th grader struggling with pre-algebra or the 12th grader shooting for an A in AP chemistry.

Your neighborhood Huntington Center may offer tutoring in other subjects.
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Math subjects Typical grade and content Science subjects Typical grade and content
Pre-algebra Typically offered in middle school.

Types of numbers, such as integers, fractions, decimals, and negative numbers. Operational properties, such as commutative, associative, and distributive properties. Constants and variables. Basic equations. Use of parentheses and order of evaluation of formulas. Exponentiation.
General science Typically offered in middle school or high school.

Scientific methodology, techniques, history of science. Hypotheses. Nature of scientific knowledge. Data collection. Units of measurements. Scientific notation. Tables, graphs, maps, and charts.
Algebra Typically offered in junior high school or high school.

Constants and variables. Equations. Polynomials. Rules of operation. Solving equations. Cartesian coordinates. Graphing.
Earth Science Typically offered in high school.

Study of planet Earth, its atmosphere; biosphere; lakes, rivers, and oceans; geology; and soil. Origin, structure, composition, and age of Earth.
Geometry Typically offered in high school.

Properties, measurement, and relations of points, lines, surfaces, and solids. Shape, size, and position of figures. Axioms, theorems, and proofs.
Biology Typically offered in high school.

Cell Structure and Function. Cell Division. Photosynthesis. Genetics. Biotechnology. Evolutionary Theory. Classification. Ecology. Biomes and Ecosystems. Systems of the Human Body.
Trigonometry Typically offered later in high school.

Relations of sides and angles of triangles. Trigonometric functions (such as sine, cosine, and tangent). Graphing.
Chemistry Typically offered in high school.

Composition, structure, and properties of matter. Chemical reactions and bonds. Atoms, molecules. Elements, compounds, and substances. Mole, ions, salts. Acidity. Bonding, reaction.
Pre-calculus Typically offered later in high school.

Real and complex numbers. Solving inequalities and equations. Functions, including polynomial, rational, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Sequences and series. Parametric equations. Polar coordinates. Matrices. Limits. Conic sections. Vectors.
Physics Typically offered later in high school.

Study of matter and energy and their interactions. Acoustics, optics, mechanics, heat, thermodynamics, electromagnetism. Physical properties, interactions, processes.
Calculus Typically offered later in high school.

Limits, functions, derivates, integrals, infinite series. Theorems. Differential and integral equations. Multivariable calculus.


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