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Arlington is a city in Washington and is a part of northern Snohomish County. The area was first platted in 1900, and Arlington derives its name from Lord Henry Arlington, a member of Charles II's cabinet. Arlington was incorporated in 1903 and is about 40 miles north of Seattle. It lies at the forks of the Stillaguamish River, and Arlington's nickname is "A-Town."

A number of secondary institutions can be found in this city, and they are all administered by either the Arlington School District or the Lakewood School District. Arlington High School may be the most well known of these schools, and it has received a bronze medal for its academics from US News.

There are a number of prestigious colleges and universities you may attend in Seattle, which is an easy commute from Arlington. Some of the excellent schools you'll find in this city are the Cornish College of the Arts, North Seattle College, the University of Washington, and Seattle Pacific University. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Arlington, WA, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction. Arlington, WA, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

You'll find many different attractions to explore in Arlington, and there are plenty of spots that are family-friendly. One spot to check out is the Outback Kangaroo Farm, which is home to a variety of exotic Australian animals. Here you'll be able to see and pet wallabies, kangaroos, lemurs, and other cute critters, and the staff are all knowledgeable and friendly. Another quirky spot to investigate is Foster's Produce and Corn Maze. This location has activities for all ages, and it also has a mini zoo with goats and many other farm animals.

The Centennial Trail is a great destination if you're looking for a relaxing day outside. This trail is paved and quiet, and bikers, walkers, and runners can all feel at home here. For another beautiful outdoors experience, be sure to visit Jordan Bridge. This spot is perfect for a pit stop on a hot day, and if you're lucky you'll be able to spot salmon swimming upstream.

Private Arlington tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. You may enjoy working with Arlington tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance.

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Tutoring review by Alonso in Arlington, WA
It has been over 2 years since he last took calculus so he feels overwhelmed with the knowledge required for solving some of these integrals. The section he just covered involved integration by substitution. I am trying to show him my method which explicitly includes all steps to ensure there are no dropped coefficients.
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Tutoring review by Kenneth in Arlington, WA
Today, the student and I spent the entire time reviewing for her final exam. We went over a practice exam and reviewed most of the questions that she had on the material. She has come an exceptional way in her mathematics education. She had an excellent attitude throughout the entire session and she felt confident about her upcoming final.
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Tutoring review by Neiunna in Arlington, WA
The student and I worked on protein synthesis. The student was not totally comfortable with the material so we will be going over again in the Sunday session.
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Tutoring review by Nagapoornima in Arlington, WA
Today was our last session, and we just went over testing strategy for the visual part of the exam. The angle ranking and box counting came pretty easily to the student , so we didn't focus too much on those strategies. We went over the strategy for the hole punching for the majority of the session, since that part is mostly strategy anyway. I think she felt better about that portion after we went over it. We also covered the folding objects part of the exam, and I think she will do great after a little more practice with that strategy.
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Tutoring review by Allison in Arlington, WA
Today, we mostly worked on proofs. The student wanted to focus on analyzing the given information to "mark up" or label the diagram. We first reviewed some homework she had and then finished off the session practicing more proofs. I would like to see her more fluent in these proofs and, like anything, I think this will happen after more practice. We will continue to practice proofs and get used to the process. I think that it's mostly just a matter of getting used to how to complete the proof. We will continue focusing on that.
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Tutoring review by Kendra in Arlington, WA
The student and I started today with solving equations by factoring and using the quadratic equation. She has gotten really good at factoring, even with higher exponents or tricky numbers. Then, I had her do some word problems where she had to read the problem, create an equation based on the information, then multiply out, refactor, and solve for her variable. The problems had many steps and were time consuming, but she stayed focused and did well.
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