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Hawaiian Gardens, California, is the smallest city in Los Angeles County. The city gets its name from a 1920s refreshment stand that was the only landmark in the area for a long time, and the city ended up growing around it. Hawaiian Gardens was incorporated in 1964, and it currently has around 14,000 residents. The city's motto is, "Our youth, Our Future."

The public school needs of the community are served by the ABC Unified School District, and Hawaiian Gardens students attend either Artesia High School or Tracy High Continuation School in nearby cities. One-on-one tutoring in Hawaiian Gardens, CA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams today. Los Angeles is about a 25-minute drive northwest of Hawaiian Gardens, making it very possible to enroll in an excellent college or university there. Some of the best Los Angeles schools include the University of California-Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University, the University of Southern California, and Occidental College. Conveniently, Hawaiian Gardens, CA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

Hawaiian Gardens residents often find entertainment and spots to explore in nearby Los Angeles, which has a plethora of different attractions to try out. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is one of the city's most popular places to visit. The museum was first opened in 1965, and it now boasts a collection of over 120,000 unique works of art. Another fun location to try out is the Petersen Automotive Museum, which has over 300,000 square feet dedicated to showcasing all sorts of automobiles. Here, you'll find exhibits narrating what these vehicles were used for in American culture, and you can admire over 150 classic and rare cars, motorcycles, and trucks.

The California Science Center is another Los Angeles staple where you can gaze upon the space shuttle Endeavour, watch and IMAX movie, and browse many other fascinating and fun exhibits. Santa Monica Bay is perfect spot to spend some time outside, and there you can stroll along the soft sand, ride a Ferris wheel, or simply people watch.

Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Hawaiian Gardens look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online. Hawaiian Gardens 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. 

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Tutoring review by Travis in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
Today, the student and I worked on multiplying, dividing and simplifying fractions, converting fractions/mixed numbers to decimals, as well as ratio related work problems. At the very end of our session, we even had time to play a 5 minute multiplication board game. Afterwards, I left behind notes/practice problems for him to review.
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Tutoring review by Rownak in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
We reviewed a homework assignment and a take home quiz dealing with centers of distribution. The student had a very good grasp of the material and understood it at a very high level.
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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
The student and I went over math and his map of Canada. I ensured that he knew how to solve his math problems correctly and showed him where he went wrong on the problems he missed, and on the map of Canada I helped him identify the features he needed to color.
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Tutoring review by Leora-Dona in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
On Sunday we began working on how to multiply and divide fractions. I introduced the student to this type of problem, as they will be covering it in greater detail during class this week. Because he has been having trouble understanding them, we completed many word problems in these two subject areas and noticed how similar the wording is, which makes it challenging to know when to multiply or divide the fractions. He did very well with the mathematical process of coming to a solution for each problem. We will have to emphasize looking back at what the question is actually asking for in future sessions so that he is providing the correct response.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
The student and I worked on writing the equations for parabolas and circles. I feel that she understands the concepts but makes simple calculation errors when it comes to solving for X. For example, subtracting a constant on both sides of the equation when it should be added to both sides of the equation.
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Tutoring review by Megan in Hawaiian Gardens, CA
Today, the student and I reviewed polynomial multiplication, and we went ahead and learned polynomial and synthetic division. Both of these concepts will be taught this week in class, so I introduced them to him early. We practiced multiple problems. Synthetic division came easy to him. I feel that with more practice and doing the rest of his homework for the week, he will do well on his test on Friday.
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