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Canby is a city located in Clackamas County, Oregon. It has a population of 15,800 residents and is located 25 miles from downtown Portland.

Students who live in Canby are serviced by the Canby School District, which is the home of Canby High School. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Canby are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Canby 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, as well as give you the hands-on assistance you need to prepare for success outside of secondary education.

Private tutoring in Canby, or, 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. You will be able to work with a skilled professional who can guide you through your courses, ensuring that you score high enough to enroll into a nearby institution like Marylhurst University, Lewis & Clark College, or Pioneer Pacific College.

Canby is a small city that sits near the banks of the Willamette River. Because of its close proximity to this body of water, you can easily spend the afternoon fishing or canoeing down the river. This will provide you with an amazing view of the area's beautiful landscape.

If you enjoy playing golf, Canby has many golf courses nearby. Sandelie Original, Willamette Valley, Charbonneau, and Langdon Farms Portland Golf Courses are all a couple miles outside of downtown Canby. Every one of these clubs is well maintained and is an excellent way to spend the day outdoors with your friends.

Molalla River State Park is located just outside of Canby, and it is home to many different hiking trails along the banks of the Willamette River. If you are someone who enjoys fishing, hiking, or camping, make sure that you visit this wildlife preserve. You can see various waterfowl, deer, and other animals on your hikes. This is a perfect spot for anyone who is looking to get away from the suburbs for the day and spend some time surrounded by nature.

You could get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Canby, or. Work with a private tutor who can give you hands-on assistance that will prepare you for future success.

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Tutoring review by Heather in Canby, OR
I worked with the student on multiplication and division fact families. We spent the hour practicing fact families, and I showed him some different techniques to remember them.
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Tutoring review by John in Canby, OR
The student and I worked on his tablet today, doing problems in preparation for his end of the year test in math. They had done little or no geometry in this class, but problems about volume will be included on the test. We did 20 problems on volume and another 10 word problems using percentages. The verbal portion of the test is challenging. He understands the mathematical part and I think he did well on understanding what was being asked. Volume was new to him, but we did so many problems in a row he seemed very comfortable by the end.
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Tutoring review by Adriana in Canby, OR
The student began to review for the final test. We worked on stem-changing verbs on the preterite tense, 50 out of 850 vocabulary words (he scored a 100% in a multiple choice test he took). He also reviewed possessive adjectives and direct object pronoun.
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Tutoring review by Alexander in Canby, OR
Today we covered a lot of material. Most of it was review, and some of it was new. We went over the basic probability rules including the notion of sample space and a partition of the sample space. We covered addition and multiplication rules, the test for independence, and the law of total probability. We also covered how to display a scatter plot on a graphing calculator. The student was doing great on these basic topics. We also covered the basics of the empirical rule and the z score. These topics were also review for her, and she seems to remember them just fine. The formula she had a little trouble on was the conditional probability formula, but once we worked through a practice problem she was getting it. A good session. I look forward to moving on to the more difficult material, and I think that the student is completely ready for it.
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Tutoring review by Kathy in Canby, OR
We covered different ways of counting (skip two, three, five, and ten) with a 100s chart. Then we practiced addition and subtraction using shortcuts with the hundreds chart. She was using a longer way of adding or subtracting and we used tips to make equations quicker. We practiced multiplication and addition fluency. I gave her a bag of change to count. This was challenging for her. After grouping the quarters into dollar piles, she had difficulty putting the dimes and nickels together to make $1. She got stuck on two nickels being the same as a dime. I would suggest frequent practice of counting random change. I also showed her an online practice program.
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Tutoring review by Evan in Canby, OR
The student and I reviewed for her upcoming exam. We continued practicing how to perform operations on functions. We also practiced finding the domain and range of functions. In addition to those skills, we worked on graphing functions.
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