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Everett is the 7th largest city in Washington, and it lies about 25 miles north of Seattle. The largest public marina on the western coast of the United States calls the city home, and Everett also hosts a Boeing assembly plant. It was first permanently settled in 1861 and now has a population of over 100,000 people.

There are two school districts in Everett, which are the Mukilteo School District and the Everett School District. Mukilteo contains Aces High School and the nationally recognized Mariner High School. Everett School District governs Cascade High School, Everett High School, and Sequoia High School. A number of other great universities and colleges are also present in Everett, and among these are Everett Community College, Columbia College, Everest College Everett, and the ITT Technical Institute- Everett Campus. To get into one of these great schools you must first do well on your ACT or SAT, which can prove difficult to prepare for. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Everett, WA, are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Private tutoring in Everett, WA, 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.

Everett is lucky to have a number of great attractions and places to visit within it, and you'll always find something new to do here. A great place to take a walk and relax is Legion Park, which offers beautiful views of Puget Sound. Schack Art Center is another place to go and spend an afternoon admiring artworks by regional and world-renowned artists, and the Xfinity arena is always hosting entertaining events for the community.

There are also a number of fascinating museums in Everett that you can check out. The Flying Heritage Museum boasts a wonderful collection of restored historic aircraft, and the Museum of Flight Restoration Center has some very iconic planes within its halls. The Imagine Children's Museum is another great spot to check out, which has a number of cool play areas for kids to have fun in.

If you choose to go to school here, you will become part of this fantastic and welcoming community. Tutors in Everett, WA, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day so you could get into that school you want. Connecting with an Everett, WA, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools.

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Tutoring review by Brenda in Everett, WA
The focus was on main idea and details. We also touched on context clues. We continued to use strategies: visualizing and making connections, underlining key words in the questions and underlining answers in the story then numbering the answers with the question number. Finally making sure that the answers chosen match what was underlined in the story.
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Tutoring review by Kalie in Everett, WA
The student finished the homework that I gave her last time and we went over the questions that she missed. She does well with most reading comprehension passages, but says that she struggles with making the decision as to which answer is right. I gave her a 15 minute practice test, which she had difficulty finishing. She missed a few of the questions. We discussed her strategy and realized that she does much better when she reads the questions before she reads the passage. I gave her a few passages to practice with before our session tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Everett, WA
- What is a histogram (versus a regular bar graph), and HOW to make one: 1) first determine your intervals by dividing the highest value data point by the number of required intervals 2) draw the x/y graph - label the x-axis with the interval levels 3) co
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Tutoring review by Clara in Everett, WA
The student and I read through an almost finished draft of his business law paper. I highlighted a few points that needed clarifying. We discussed the paper's organization and conclusion and went over the nuts and bolts of citation. At the end of the session, the student was preparing to draft a conclusion, reorganize the paper, and add citations.
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Tutoring review by Richard in Everett, WA
The student continues to impress me with his understanding of biology and chemistry. We talked about carbohydrates and specifically types of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and polysaccharides. We also discussed the importance of water for living conditions. In chemistry I was able to bring answers to the questions he had from our last session. After reviewing these questions we used the syllabus to review topics covered in his class and the objectives that should be known. We discussed the electromagnetic spectrum, ionization energy, atomic radii, nuclear forces, and electron configurations. He did remember a lot, but there were certain topics that he told me he didn't understand when he left class. I was able to answer those questions and then continue reviewing the other materials until he understood them.
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Tutoring review by Alyssa in Everett, WA
For our final session, I focused on discussing with the student on specific exam techniques to help her with her exam. The student and I discussed all five sections and the student did a few final timed exercises. The student finished with a refresher on fundamental geometry.
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