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The city of Medina is located in the southeastern region of Minnesota, and is a part of Hennepin County. It is within the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, and has a population of about 5000. The area was originally inhabited by the Dakota Native American tribe. It wasn't until the mid-1800s that American settlers moving west moved into what would become Medina.

Currently, the Wayzata Public School District is the primary school district serving the city. The top High School in the area is Wayzata High, which is located in Plymouth, MN, about ten minutes away. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Medina are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. The top college in the area is the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, located in Minneapolis, MN, which is just under 40 minutes away. It is consistently ranked within the top 100 schools in the nation. With private test prep instruction via in-home or online tutoring in Medina, MN, you can potentially improve the chances of getting into the top schools.

There are many things that people of all ages can enjoy in and around the area of Medina. One of the most popular destinations is the Skyrock Farm. It features a beautiful carousel you can ride, on as well as real trained horses to see. A place any golfer has to go to is Baker National Golf Course, which has very well maintained grass and a challenging course that attracts people from all over the Twin Cities. A great place to go if you are looking for unique gifts is Art 2 Heart. It has many different arts and crafts for sale that are well made.

If you're wanting to attend a sporting event, the drive down to the Twin Cities will give you access to whatever you might want to see. An excellent place to go in the summer is Target Field, where you can watch Major League Baseball's Minnesota Twins. If football is more what you're looking for, you can travel to TCF Bank Stadium to watch a Minnesota Vikings game. During the winter season, National Basketball Association fans can go to the Target Center to watch the Minnesota Timberwolves play, and hockey fans can go to the Xcel Energy Center to watch a Minnesota Wild game.

Whether you are struggling to keep up in advanced classes or want to improve your test scores, it could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Medina for test prep and help with course material. You can work with Medina, MN, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

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Tutoring review by Robert in Medina, MN
We went over homework problems involving the topics of sequences, sigma notation, and factorials. By the end of the session, the student was able to solve the problems correctly.
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Tutoring review by Zack in Medina, MN
We reviewed the student's recent test over rational polynomials. He scored a B, which is higher than he had anticipated. He lost points over distribution, simplification, and algebra mistakes, all of which he recognized immediately upon review. He demonstrated his mastery of the concepts tested. The new chapter is over graphing circles. Today focused on completing the squares to write equations for circles in standard form. We defined our strategy for solving these problems and wrote a step-by-step list for reference throughout the chapter.
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Tutoring review by Hayley in Medina, MN
Today we started off by going over the student's homework for tomorrow. We worked through two different methods of rotating figures; first, by using trigonometry, which she has been introduced to before, but is still getting comfortable with, and second, by using tools (protractor, compass, ruler, etc.). She became much more comfortable with trigonometric functions by the end of this practice, but I think she will need more practice to be able to apply it to rotation. She did quite well with rotating via tools, which is the main method her teacher has been focusing on, I believe. We also practiced dilation of figures, reflections, and other rotations by doing lots of practice problems that we made up. She became much quicker and more comfortable toward the end of our lesson. She was very positive about the whole process and eager to learn, which was very good. At this point, I feel her mental math is a little lagging, and hope to encourage her to rely on it more, in lieu of using a calculator, as I think this will help improve the speed at which she does problems.
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Tutoring review by Jacqueline in Medina, MN
Today the student and I talked through his finals schedule, Bio in particular, and laid out a plan. We will also be meeting for an extra session to prepare for his finals. Today he worked on filling out notes from Chapter 10 utilizing PowerPoint. We went through it together and filled in a few blanks that were missing. We also discussed his study schedule for his final in regards to what chapters he needs to focus on, and when we will review specific material together.
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Tutoring review by Elaine in Medina, MN
We continued to work on and finished most of the math section in the book. The question types included proportions with numbers or variables, prime numbers, arithmetic sequences, special right triangles, solving systems of equations, word problems, and percents. We learned test taking strategies, including how to set up proportions and plug in numbers for unknown variables. The student is a strong math student. He is motivated and always has a positive attitude. We needed more review on the question types involving proportions and word problems with variables.
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Tutoring review by Eduard in Medina, MN
We reviewed for the student's test next week. We covered limit rules, how to manipulate limits and functions, definition of continuity, the delta-epsilon proof of limits, etc. We worked through several problems and she seemed much more confident about the content. She was engaged and attentive during the session.
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