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Kirkland, Washington, is a large city, with over 87,281 residents. The "Kirkland Signature" store brand was born here. Kirkland is home to notable people including children's author Dori Hillestad Butler, bodybuilder Michael O'Hearn, and lead singer of Alice in Chains, Layne Staley. Kirkland is served by many media sources, which include The Seattle Times, The Kirkland Reporter, and Kirkland Views.

Kirkland is part of the Lake Washington School District. There are seven high schools in the district. The top high schools in Kirkland include International Community School, which ranks third in Washington. Juanita High and Lake Washington High are also among the top-rated high schools. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Kirkland for test prep and help with course material. Kirkland also houses Lake Washington Technical College and Northwest University. Northwest University is tied for 17th best college in the state. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Kirkland, WA, you could be more confident of getting into these top schools.

The town has plenty to offer for entertainment and culture. If you crave even more learning, there is Sponge, which offers award-winning Chinese, French, Spanish, Japanese, and other language classes. Roo's World of Discovery has indoor play space which consists of a variety of activities and workshops for you and your children. If you have kids who enjoy arts, AL Studio Fine Arts Classes will provide your children with weekly art classes and seminars.

There are many different outdoor recreation activities supported in the community. The Carillon Point and Marina Park marinas are the perfect places to launch your boat or rent paddleboards, Jet Skis, and powerboats. There are numerous bike trails, which make the perfect cycling scene. Cross Kirkland Corridor is a 5.75-mile trail connecting Totem Lake to South Kirkland. There are eight public parks, which are ideal for picnics and spending time with the family. There is also a skate court.

Kirkland is home to many featured local spots, including the Outdoor Sculpture Gallery. SkyMania is an 8,000 square foot trampoline park, which is fun for all ages. The Paint and Sip Studio is an upscale canvas painting studio, where no experience is necessary.

Are you looking to excel in your classes? A tutor in Kirkland, WA, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Kirkland tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep.

 

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Tutoring review by Andrea in Kirkland, WA
The student and I met for our final ACT prep session, although he will have one final session prior to taking the ACT. We began by reviewing his practice essay and then continued by studying strategies for the math section, focusing particularly on Backsolving and Substitution. We did a vocabulary review and finished the session by covering Chapter 10: Final Review, which refreshed many of the strategies and skills we have worked on together, as well as covering tips for what to do in the final days leading up to the test, as well as the day of the test itself.
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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Kirkland, WA
The student and I began chapter 6, which includes imperfect and future forms of the verb "to be" (sum, esse) and present, imperfect and future forms of "to be able" (possum, posse).  There are a lot of drills and exercises in this chapter, but I'm hoping to get through as much of it as possible during our last two sessions next week.  It will depend on how much he can work over this next week.
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Tutoring review by Joseph in Kirkland, WA
The student and I began his final unit today, transitioning to real calculus as we studied the slope-limit definition of derivatives, theorems for differentiating functions, and applying derivatives to graphing. With a combination of the textbook's and my explanations, the student developed a good understanding of the concepts; indeed, all of his struggles today were minor and easily correctable, and most of those struggles were algebraic mistakes, not analytic. We also finished a few of the test-review problems together. On Wednesday, we will continue the unit, hopefully finishing within two or three more sessions.
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Tutoring review by Russ in Kirkland, WA
Topics Covered: Energy & Work Progress: We reviewed material in preparation for an exam the student has tomorrow, 11/15. She has a great understanding of the principles but needs reminding of the relationships between them. For instance, she understands what kinetic and potential energies are but needed to be reminded that work is also energy, just a change in energy. We touched on some general algebraic relationships that emphasize this relationship and she seemed to pick up on it quite well.
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Tutoring review by Seyed in Kirkland, WA
The student and I met for the last time to review for her final exam. Her final exam is non-comprehensive and it covers topics including Lewis structures, resonance, the hybridization of elements, formal charges, and other topics from chapter nine and ten. We spent the beginning part discussing the concepts behind these topics. We worked out Lewis structure diagrams and also looked at the periodic trends. We also looked at conditions for ionic and covalent bonds being formed. Overall, I believe with another review of the chapters she will be sufficiently prepared for the final exam.
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Tutoring review by Dunbar in Kirkland, WA
Student has a test tomorrow so session used to review. Topics included measurement of a line, estimates and rounding, multiplication and some long division, learning decimal places. Student did very well on review in class. Cleaned up some mistakes and worked extensively on multiplication of double digit numbers
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