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Mead, WA, is an unincorporated suburb and census-designated place in Spokane County. The suburb takes its name from George Meade, a Civil War general. The population of the suburb is approximately 7,300.

Students in Mead will attend Mead High School or Mt. Spokane High School, both of which are served by the Mead School District. Online or in-home tutoring in Mead might benefit anyone who wishes to have private, one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. Are you hoping to go to an elite college after graduating from High School? There are a few colleges near you in Mead that you could choose from. A well-respected and elite college, Gonzaga University is an excellent choice for you, as it will prepare you for a successful and fulfilling future. It ranks in the region's top five universities. Whitworth University is another superb college if you want to get a high-quality education. Whitworth ranks in the region's top 10 universities. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Mead, WA, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

Take a day off from the busy life of school and work, and enjoy the attractions in Mead waiting for you to enjoy them. The Cat Tales Zoological Park is a popular attraction in the area. Mike and Debbie Wyche opened the Cat Tales Zoo in 1991 because of their love of wildcats, and their desire to help animals in need of care. They wanted to rescue injured cats and nurse them back to health, but also allow the public to admire them up close, so they opened Cat Tales. Another lovely outdoors attraction near Mead is Mount Spokane State Park. This 13,919-acre park is a hub for campers, hikers from all over the state, and nature lovers of all kinds. There are 90 miles of bike-friendly trails, and 100 miles of hiking trails. In the cold months, break out your skis, snowboards, and snowshoes for a fun weekend in the park.

Are you hoping to boost your grade before the end of the semester or that final exam? Tutors in Mead, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. Mead, WA, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which prestigious college or university you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Jessica in Mead, WA
We reviewed the recent test. We also did practice questions using irregular verbs in the preterite tense, and indirect and direct object pronouns.
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Tutoring review by Melissa in Mead, WA
We decided that the student and I would finish reviewing her math packet and then do some work on a math website. We finished the packet without too much difficulty; the student didn't struggle with the mental math component of it at all. She really wanted to play her typing game, so I let her practice typing for 15 minutes. Finally, we spent the last part of our session together working on the website. I had her work through some fraction division problems. She learned (or re-remembered) how to do the problems quickly and got pretty much all of them right.
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Tutoring review by Hemerson in Mead, WA
We covered hypothesis test for proportions, 1-proportion confidence intervals, conditions for a 1-proportion confidence interval. The student attitude was very positive!
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Tutoring review by Jan in Mead, WA
This session time includes 45 min prep time from yesterday when I reviewed a document for the student. During this session we reviewed independent t-tests including how to formulate null hypotheses, how to run them on SPSS, how to interpret the printout and how to write them up. Then for the last part of the session, we discussed possible research topics for her paper in the same class.
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Tutoring review by Mia in Mead, WA
Student went over setting up inequalities, solving word problems with inequalities for test prep, and math vocabulary to aide in understanding how to change word problems into equations.
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Tutoring review by Ashlie in Mead, WA
In Wednesday's session, the student and I worked on basic probability, box-and-whisker plots, and word problems. She understood the concepts we worked on very well, as they had been covered in class recently. We started the session with a few basic probability word problems. The questions, which asked about the probability of single events occurring, required her to set up simple equations and to add fractions. She had not learned about calculating the probability of a sequence of events occurring yet, but we touched on this briefly; I explained that in these cases, multiplication is used instead of addition. We will review this more in-depth in future sessions. She had a good handle on box-and-whisker and stem-and-leaf plots already, so we did not spend a great deal of time on these. I set up word problems and asked her to create tree diagrams showing all the various combinations of events that could occur; for example, if she is choosing between three sports, for which she could wear either a white or purple jersey in size small or medium, how many possible jerseys might she wear? We then explored how the tree diagram relates to mathematical calculations of probability. She did make some errors in her math. I suggested that rather than waiting until she makes it through an entire problem to check her work, she double check after each step in solving a problem. Once she finishes a line of work, she should check the line before it to make sure she has copied everything correctly and has not made any arithmetic errors. This strategy will help make checking her work a bit less time-consuming. I asked her to continue working on the word problems I had given her in the previous session. This will be a good review, to make sure that she still understands the concepts. In our next session, we can go over these problems and work on reinforcing the probability concepts she has worked on in class.
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