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Kansas City is in the state of Missouri, and is the sixth largest city in the Midwest region of the United States. It is the center of the Kansas City Metropolitan Area and has an approximate population of 460,000. The entirety of Kansas City actually goes through two states. The larger part is on the Missouri side; however, a lot of it spills over to the state of Kansas.

Kansas City has 16 school districts, including the Kansas City 33 District, the Park Hill District, and the Kansas City, MO School District. One of the top high schools in the area is the Lincoln College Preparatory School, which is the number one ranked high school in the state, and is often considered of the top 100 high schools nationwide. Private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Kansas City, MO, could give you the edge in these competitive schools. As far as colleges go, the best in the state is Washington University in St. Louis. Tutors in Kansas City might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep. Connecting with a Kansas City, MO, 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.

There are plenty of things for you to enjoy in Kansas City. One of the most fun and educational things to do is visit the National World War I Museum and Memorial, where you can learn things you had never known about a large portion of world history. A must-see destination for art lovers is the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. It offers a beautiful collection of paintings and sculptures and often features special exhibits full of rare objects and treasures of the past. Another very popular place to go is the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, where you can see live entertainment at its best.

Sports fans have a large variety of sporting events they can choose from in Kansas City. One of the local professional teams is the National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, who play at Arrowhead Stadium. A great place to go in the summer is Kauffman Stadium, where you can go see the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball play. Major League Soccer fans can also cross over to the Kansas side of the city to see the Sporting Kansas City play.

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

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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Kansas City, MO
The student did not have his Latin book today, but he did receive one quiz back last week.  We went over that in detail and it did give me a much better idea of where he is struggling, and that is with verbs - mostly when to use subjunctive and when to use indicative.  I am working on a handout of the subjunctive.  I'm hoping next week he will have his book and some more quizzes.  I am also going to bring some past national exams, since his exam is coming up for him.  Those are definitely more fun, so that will be a nice change of pace from his usual homework.
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Tutoring review by Susan in Kansas City, MO
The student and I went over his most recent practice tests, talked about the best ways to make his science content review give the highest possible yield before the test, and fine-tuned the verbal strategies we'd already discussed. We talked about integrating the other verbal strategies by reading for coherence - assuming the passage author introduces certain points or examples at certain times for specific reasons; making sure the answers to questions are mutually compatible; deciding between two true answers by picking the one that specifically answers the question and conforms to a coherent reading of the passage.
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Tutoring review by Gabrielle in Kansas City, MO
The student and I met and she wanted to mainly work on Reading, which is her weakest section, and get some more Science practice.  We worked on a prose fiction passage and talked specifically about how to find the right answer when the passage is a little more interpretive and how some answers sound good but aren't in the passage.  We also worked on multiple Science passages, still working on where to find information and how to make sure you are comfortable with it before you start answering questions.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Kansas City, MO
During our Spanish session for the week, the student and I mostly practiced and reviewed what we have been working on the past few weeks. We began with reviewing the names and spellings of the names of months in Spanish. We then moved on to reviewing the names of animals; she is definitely improving after our practice. We then did a couple activities with numbers, and finished with a review of clothing.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in Kansas City, MO
The student's Science Fair Report is complete aside from adding finishing touches and looking it over once more with her example packet to see that it has everything in it that it needs. She brought her science fair board home so we will most likely work on that on Monday.
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Tutoring review by Zhong in Kansas City, MO
Mathematically, he knows most of it.  But the SAT is tricky.  He makes minor mistakes. Like, he finds the value of y, but the problem is asking for the value of x. When he's doing the problems, he should be constantly asking himself, "did I make a mistake?" The SAT is tricky and a certain amount of paranoia is necessary for attacking the problems. For the verbal section, his reading comprehension is fine. The The difference between the two of us is that my vocabulary is a lot larger than his, which also accounts for the score difference.
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