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About Kent

Located firmly in the middle of the Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan corridor, Kent, Washington, combines urban convenience, quiet suburban living, and access to breathtaking natural landscapes. While being able to view Mt. Rainier, residents are only a thirty-minute drive away from the metropolitan areas of Tacoma and Seattle. Plentiful public transportation options, like the King County Metro trains, the Sounder Commuter Rail, and a bus service, allow residents to make the most of their options.

Public education in Kent is primarily handled by the Kent School District, which includes the award-winning Kentridge High School. For private school options, institutions like the Lakeside School and the Annie Wright Schools are nearby in Seattle and Tacoma. If you're thinking about attending one of these high-level institutions, seeking tutoring in Kent, WA, is a great first step to help you work to improve in your education. Even when it comes to university entrance, the personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Kent tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools. There are a number of excellent post-secondary institutions nearby, including Seattle University and the University of Puget Sound. Once you've enrolled, private tutoring in Kent is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep.

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Tutoring review by Youcef in Kent, WA
Topics Covered: Percentages (Unit 10-8): Example mixing solutions of different concentrations to obtain a third solution of desired concentration. Homework (Unit 10-9): Competed with the student on each of the homework problems and kept the student focused through the end of the homework. Explained to the student how to: Divide a polynomial over 1) one monomial, 2) Binomial. To do the latter, the student now masters two methodologies; Long division and factorization. We looked ahead into unit 10-10
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Tutoring review by Steve in Kent, WA
During this session, the student and I went over how she performed on her test as well as how she felt about the math portion of the ACT. She seemed to feel alright about her performance on the ACT and felt confident about her performance on her calculus test. Since she has a second part to the test coming up this week, we reviewed all of the concepts we had covered with derivatives. She did exceptionally well with all of the concepts besides the chain rule. I gave her specific steps on how to solve the problems that require the chain rule and recommended she do a couple more problems as practice before her second half of the exam.
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Tutoring review by Spencer in Kent, WA
Today the student and I worked on problems related to triangles in the xy-plane. We worked on altitudes, medians, and perpendicular lines. We also worked on two examples that are formative towards an understanding of triangle properties. He seems well prepared for his test tomorrow. I suggested that he slow down and check the signs of any slope he writes down. Great session today.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Kent, WA
In this session, the student wanted to study for her upcoming unit multiple choice test in government. This covered material from three chapters, some of which she hadn't looked at in over a month. To help her review, we gathered all of her notes, study guides, and flashcards. I had her sift through the material and recognize what she knew very well and didn't need to look over. This helped to narrow down what she needed to look over and make studying more manageable. I then orally quizzed her and we discussed the material that she needed clarification on. Overall, she seemed comfortable with most of the material and confident going into the test.
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Tutoring review by Shanika in Kent, WA
Today we covered short vowel sounds, initial blends with -l, using context clues to determine the meaning of words in a text, and the RUNNERS comprehension strategy which was used on a short passage. The student struggled some with vowel discrimination. We will continue to work on this weekly until mastery is achieved. He was very successful in the other areas. He had an awesome attitude towards the session in general. We used RUNNERS as a study skill today. I left him with vowel tents to practice the vowel sounds with family members.
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Tutoring review by Lee in Kent, WA
The student asked to focus primarily on an essay that she has due for English class. Her essay is centered around the deployment of the word like as an era accent. She has the ability to write well but struggles primarily with the structure of her arguments. She is often uncertain in differentiating the purpose of introduction versus support. We put a great deal of energy towards the following process: Introducing evidence, stating evidence (via quote or paraphrase), interpreting evidence, and connecting evidence to main argument. The process has taken a couple of times of re-explanation but she has been quicker to pick up on the purpose each time we've discussed it.
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