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The city of Middleton is located in southern Wisconsin, and is a suburb just outside of Madison, WI. It is a part of Dane County, and has an approximate population of 18,000. The city was founded before Madison, and it is often known as "The Good Neighbor City."

The Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District is the primary school district serving the city's students. Included is Middleton High, which is consistently ranked in the top ten high schools in Wisconsin. If you are looking to succeed in all of your classes and tests, tutors in Middleton might give you a boost through flexible online tutoring and help with test prep. The top post-secondary school in the area is the University of Wisconsin-Madison. It is often ranked in the top 50 universities in the nation. A good way to take steps to try to get into the school of your choice is by using a private Middleton, WI, tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online.

There is a wide array of things that you and your family can enjoy in Middleton. One of the most popular destinations is the National Mustard Museum, a very quirky museum where you can learn about all things mustard, as well as have a few laughs. A great place to go on a nice day is Lakeview Park. Here you can enjoy a pleasant walk, have a picnic, and let your kids play on the playground or in the splash pools. A must-see for nature lovers is the Pheasant Branch Creek Conservancy. Here you can take beautiful hikes, and see wildlife that you can't see in the city.

The short drive to Madison, WI, will give you access to a large variety of sporting events. Football fans have a few minor league options they can choose from, including the Madison Wolves of the Independent Women's Football League. Additionally, the Continental Indoor Football League's Madison Wolfpack also plays there. Soccer fans can go to Breese Stevens Field to see the Madison 56ers of the National Premier Soccer League. Fans of collegiate sports also have many options, as the UW-Madison Badgers have events for every sport, most notably football, basketball, and hockey.

Looking to take the next step in improving your education? Private tutoring in Middleton is available both online and in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. A tutor in Middleton, WI, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes.

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Tutoring review by Sandi in Middleton, WI
We worked on some test review, volume of rectangular prisms, decimal operations, area and perimeter, and word problems.
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Tutoring review by Julienne in Middleton, WI
We worked on multiplying and dividing fractions, as well as changing improper fractions to mixed numbers so that she could work on her division skills.
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Tutoring review by Mualla in Middleton, WI
Today she brought her textbook which has been delivered this week. And we looked over the chapters quick and understood it is a mathematics for statistics. We went over the 2nd chapter about add, subtract, divide and multiply fractions and did several exercises on that chapter. After that we checked over her homework she has been assigned and had some questions on specific problems and we addressed them over. Next we continued with next chapter about center of a data (mean, median, mode) We did a couple examples on each center of a data terms. At the end she has been assigned with homework on mean, median, and mode.
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Tutoring review by Tami in Middleton, WI
This is our last session before the exam. The student seems un-phased by the pending test. He's not nervous which is great. Since there was no homework to complete, we moved straight into review of the year. We started with modeling some 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication. Using some online worksheets we modeled the answers to some word problems. We also had a discussion about the possibility of an answer. For example if we know that the sum of a triangles angles is always 180 degrees, and we have an angle labeled 40 and another labeled 120, it is impossible for the missing angle's measurement to be 90 degrees. This lead into a discussion about ways to do a quick self check of all our answers by thinking about each word problem logically and drawing models of the given parameters. We covered place value, triangle types, dot plots, area, and perimeter. He did very well in the post review game session. He seemed to really enjoy the games on area vs. perimeter. While he still has some confidence issues with multiplication, I think he will do well on the exam.
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Tutoring review by Charles in Middleton, WI
Today we focused mainly on limits, including limits of rational functions and trigonometric functions. The student seemed to understand each problem as we worked through them, although a little more time was needed for a few trig ones. Good strategies for limits of rational functions include factoring, trying to eliminate the denominator, and then plugging x into the function. For trig, it's trickier, but manipulating trig identities will usually lead somewhere. Often the most important thing is confidence, especially with keeping a motivated mindset when faced with a seemingly difficult problem. Once we get a solid understanding of functions and limits, I would like to work on strategies for increasing the student's speed.
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Tutoring review by Mike in Middleton, WI
The student and I had a productive session this afternoon and it was great getting to know him. We worked through his PSAT book, and completed the first chapter. We covered linear equations this afternoon which included slope, y-intercept, solving linear equations, and understanding linear equations in word problems. He seemed to struggle with doing some of the simple math calculations, and often rushed through his work to get to the right answer. When prompted though, he was easily able to correct, and take in new information about seeing different ways to solve problems.
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