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Milton, WA, is a city that is shared by the counties of King and Pierce. The population in the city is 7,000. The city prides itself on its beautiful and scenic parks and trail system.

There is not a High School in Milton, but students in the city primarily attend Fife High School, which is served by Fife School District. Private Milton tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. Are you interested in going to a top ranking college? The University of Puget Sound is one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation, which would look great on your resume. Pacific Lutheran University is also an excellent option, as it ranks highly in best colleges to attend in the West. If those schools aren't for you, try touring the University of Washington, which ranks 52nd best college in the United States. You may enjoy working with Milton tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. Milton, WA, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

There are several attractions in the Milton area to explore and enjoy. The city has several parks to play, bike, or shoot some hoops in. Milton Community Park has tennis courts for you and your competitive friends to use, while others swing their bats in the baseball fields. For the biker and runner in you, try out the paved trails of the Interurban Trail, which has a beautiful scenic element to it that you will love as you get your morning exercise. Take a day off to relax and experience the beauty of Five Mile Lake Park, which has a lake and state-of-the-art park to go along with it. This park is amazing for any type of party, especially in the summer when guests can go swimming in the lake. You could also utilize the trails around the lake for a scenic bike ride with a friend in the evening. Make a splash at the Wild Waves Theme Park, a waterpark and amusement park duo, which is fun for the whole family. Schedule a day to go to Trampoline Nation with some friends, and jump around in the fun facility. It's not only a lot of fun, it also doubles as a lot of exercise, too.

Do you need help with some of your current classes or upcoming tests? Conveniently, Milton, WA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

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Tutoring review by Madeleine in Milton, WA
The student had a worksheet on adding fractions. In school they are using fraction strips. In order to complete her assignment I showed her how to add by first finding a common denominator. With extra practice the student was catching on by the end of the hour.
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Tutoring review by Elijah in Milton, WA
The student and I went over some corrections from his last Algebra II, test as he had no Chemistry to work on. I was surprised to see that he was able to make corrections to most of the problems on his own. He really reflected a solid understanding of the subject matter. This makes me think that he may some issues not with the subject but with test taking. Next session, after we do work from his classes, I will go over some test-taking strategies with him to help him with future tests.
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Tutoring review by Ari in Milton, WA
We covered number lines and negative numbers. The student understood the material quite well. For next time, we may practice ratios and fractions again.
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Tutoring review by Xiomara in Milton, WA
Today we covered Spanish pronouns in sentences, did a sheet, covered 70 vocabulary words, made a list of the struggling ones and gave him hints on remembering, and reviewed some practice exercises. The student seemed interested in the subjects and paid attention. I am going to email him several other exercises related to the subject and provide him with a link to some PowerPoint presentations for English grammar.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Milton, WA
The student had some homework to complete on the current material in his class: piecewise functions, solving quadratic functions, and absolute value functions. He did a good job with the review material on piecewise and quadratic functions, so the jump to absolute value functions didn't cause him much trouble. He was able to complete most of the problems on his own, and only a few problems required guidance. There was also some new material he needed to look over on root functions (y=x^(1/2)) that his class was beginning to learn, so we talked about those concepts briefly as well.
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Tutoring review by Junior in Milton, WA
For our first session, we began with two important concepts: order of operations and solving linear equations with addition. Using the worksheets I prepared, the student practiced with evaluating numerical expressions using the rule for order of operations. He was familiar with the mnemonic algorithm, PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication, Division, Add and Subtract). He was correct 90% of the time. The problem was when division came before multiplication or subtraction came before addition. I pointed out that in such cases, always work from left to right. We then practiced with addition in simple linear equations like x - 7 = -11. He did well on this. Then we moved to two step linear equations, he struggled a bit, but had 80% correct on 20 problems. Before his next session, I left him with a number of exercises on these two concepts.
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