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Marina Del Ray is a small beachside community in Los Angeles county, that is home to just under 10,000 citizens. It features a town marina, which is the world's largest man-made small craft harbor. Near the marina is Fisherman's Village, a shopping center crafted in the style of a New England fisherman's wharf. Additionally, Marina Del Ray is under an hour from Los Angeles, making it close enough to commute to the nation's second largest city regularly.

Marina Del Ray is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. High school students in the Marina Del Ray area attend Venice High School. If you're struggling at school, private tutors in Marina Del Rey, CA, can provide you with online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Although there are no institutions of higher learning in Marina Del Rey, there are plenty of options to choose from in nearby Los Angeles. Two of the most popular and prestigious schools in the area are UCLA and USC. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into one of these prestigious schools is by using online or in-home Marina Del Rey, CA, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. There are plenty of educational opportunities to explore near Marina Del Rey. Whatever your goals are, a Marina Del Rey, CA, tutor could be the secret ingredient to success in your academic endeavors in the area.

Given the city's proximity to the water, there are many great water activities in the area to explore. If you own a boat, you can take it out on the ocean while docking it at the city's large marina. Additionally, if you enjoy living the city life, Marina Del Rey's proximity to L.A. ensures that you'll always have the city in your reach. There are an abundance of opportunities to pursue in L.A., ranging from famous museums like the Guggenheim, to sports arenas like Staples Center. Speaking of sports, if you're a Dodgers, Lakers, or Clippers fan, you'll be close enough to regularly come into town and see games. Additionally, the NFL's Rams now call L.A. home. In other words, there is truly something for everybody to enjoy in the Marina Del Rey and Los Angeles areas.

Marina Del Ray is a beautiful, beach front city that offers its citizens many wonderful educational opportunities. If you need help preparing for a test, finding excellent Marina Del Rey, CA, tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep.

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Tutoring review by Joaquin in Marina Del Ray, CA
Student did a great job. We went over the homework that I assigned him and he did an awesome job. I assigned him homework based on exponent rules and finding the degree of the term and the degree of the polynomial. We also reviewed adding and subtracting polynomials. He is really good in math and he will do a great job on his test. We also went over multiplying polynomials using different methods such as the distributive property and the FOIL method. We also talked about multiplying binomial squared problems. We talked about the negative rule in exponents where you can never have a negative exponent. We also talked about scientific notation and how we should read it. He did a great job today.
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Tutoring review by Benson in Marina Del Ray, CA
I worked with both students for 90 minutes. We talked for about a half hour so I could assess their skill levels, discussing their history with learning French and what they would do with it. We went through several pages of their book, pausing after nearly every sentence to note the structure of the sentence, the arrangement of the subject and object, an interesting conjunction, a false cognate, a pronunciation note, a change of tone, an ambiguity, or to define new words. We will be having a small quiz on some irregular verb conjugations and reviewing negation structures on Monday.
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Tutoring review by James in Marina Del Ray, CA
The student and I investigated impulse and momentum during our session, doing some challenging problems and working ahead of his class.  He is doing very well and continuing to be an amazing student who learns very quickly.
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Tutoring review by Paul in Marina Del Ray, CA
The student showed me his quiz from a few days ago and we went over the mistakes he made. He made great progress when we worked on the material from Chapter 3.2, including regression data plots, r-squared, s (standard deviation of residuals) and interpreting residual plots. I think the main issue for him is being comfortable with the definitions of the terms so that he can apply them in terms of the variables. By the end of the session I felt that he was growing comfortable with the material.
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Tutoring review by Marlene in Marina Del Ray, CA
The student had not completed the homework assigned. He received the text book, so we continued our content review in that book instead of the old one that he (and I) had. We completed math through exponents and elementary algebra. Some of the concepts were new to him, but he is a very quick learner, and absorbs new math concepts very easily. His reading comprehension skills are very good. We are pushing through the content review quite quickly, but he seems to be keeping up very well.
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Tutoring review by Megan in Marina Del Ray, CA
Same as Thursday's session. The topics we've been covering have been pretty broad, as we're jumping around her semester. We've been talking about the circulatory, digestive, immune systems, macromolecules, fungi phylogeny and reproduction, bacteria and archae, homeostasis, thermogenesis, and autotrophy vs heterotrophy and phototrophy vs chemotrophy.
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