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Lansing, KS, was named after a pioneer settler named James Lansing. While the town was split into lots in 1878, it was not incorporated until 1959. The city's population currently rests around 11,300.

The Lansing Unified School District, also known as USD 469, has one public secondary school in the city, known as Lansing High. Expert tutors in Lansing could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Lansing tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. Several excellent colleges are located close to Lansing, including the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth and Rockhurst University in Kansas City. If you're looking to pursue admission to your school of choice, take advantage of a Lansing, KS, tutor, who can offer you online or in-home private tutoring and personal instruction to help with your test prep.

Lansing has many family activities available, encouraging people of all ages to get out and have some fun. The Lansing Historical Museum could catch the interest of any history buff. The museum is small, located in an 1887 Santa Fe Railroad Depot. However, it is packed full of educational exhibits detailing the rich history of the city and surrounding area. The museum also puts on many events throughout the area. Events have included cake-decorating contests, quilting workshops, Boo on the Block, a 5k run, spaghetti dinners, and Unlocking the Mystery to Grant Writing.

Lansing also has an excellent selection of parks, encouraging your family to get active. The largest is the Kenneth W. Bernard Community Park, which spans 127 acres. You will love playing on the new playground equipment, and you will enjoy resting on the benches or in the grass while you read a book. Picnic areas allow you to host family events and other gatherings. Soccer fields are also available, allowing you to play a quick game with some friends. Walking trails are all around the city, making it easy to get your exercise in or spend time with your canine companion. The community's activity center has rooms that can be rented for parties and other events of your choice.

Lansing is an excellent location to improve your education or reside with your family. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Lansing, KS.

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Tutoring review by Jessica in Lansing, KS
We worked on geometry concepts that I brought in, beginning with different types of quadrilaterals and the difference between perimeter and area. We practiced using algebra to solve for different lengths and widths, although the student seemed to have some trouble remembering order of operations. When he chooses to concentrate on a problem, he solves it easily, but it is difficult to get him to pay attention.
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Tutoring review by Cheryl in Lansing, KS
Today, the student and I discussed the materials that will be on the placement exam. I explained to her the breakdown of the questions: 45 verbal questions, which consist of the 5 scrambled paragraphs, 10 logical reasoning and 30 reading comprehension and 50 math questions on various section: word problem, algebra, arithmetic and geometry. I provided her with math problems from various sections to view her experience in answering questions on prime numbers, distributive property with variables, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing variables, PEMDAS, word problems and algebra (fractions operations, factors/ multiplies greater and least common factors and decimals). She also had 2 reading comprehension passages. Her attitude was upbeat, engaging and humorous. She answered a few of the math questions and the others she did not remember. Overall she and I had a good learning relationship. One strategy I went over was for her to remember with fraction operation: reduce and cancel out common factors from top to bottom. Multiply the numerators to get the new numerator and denominators to get the new denominator. In adding and subtracting get the common denominator and add or subtract the numerators. Lastly, when dividing by a fraction, simply multiply by the reciprocal. I did leave the student with a few more math problems to solve for practice.
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Tutoring review by Sylvie in Lansing, KS
We read an article regarding business law in France, Germany, and America. Throughout the exercise, we focused on the pronunciation, vocabulary, comprehension and summary. At the end we discuss his goals which are to manipulate concepts at ease and be able to express his idea with confidence as he works with French speakers' companies.
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Tutoring review by Nicolette in Lansing, KS
We worked on the student's quiz for Monday. He was confident in synthetic and long division and factoring. We also worked on factoring polynomials. He needs to work on memorizing special cases for factoring polynomials.
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Tutoring review by Yemi in Lansing, KS
We reviewed some questions from the student's old exams, which asked about Lewis structures, formal charges, resonance structures, and octet rules. She needs to just work on reading the questions carefully and making sure the formal charges are written carefully. We also reviewed more thermochemistry problems. She needs to identify the information that is given and the equation to use. If there is no exact equation, then she needs to use dimensional analysis to convert the units to the desired ones.
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Tutoring review by Billie in Lansing, KS
We had a very productive session. We worked on the test in a new manner. The student is going to take the test and is only spending time on the questions that he is sure of how to calculate. This method raised his correct answers slightly. Then, he should go back to his test to determine whether he would like to give an attempt to either question.
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