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About Murrieta

Murrieta, CA, is a city located in Riverside County. It is a commuter town with approximately 115,000 people, who work in the surrounding areas of Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange Counties. It is located right in the middle of the San Diego/Los Angeles area. Murrieta had always been a rather small town until the early 1980s when Interstate 15 was built. In 1991, it was established as the City of Murrieta.

Murrieta Valley Unified School District is responsible for all of the public schools in the city, including 11 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 3 high schools. Murrieta Valley High School, Vista Murrieta High School, and Murrieta Mesa High School are the three high schools in the district, along with Creekside High School, which is an alternative high school. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Murrieta, CA. Murrieta, CA tutors offer online or in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam. There are several colleges and universities near Murrieta, including Mt. San Jacinto Community College District, California Baptist University, California State University San Marcos, and even the Professional Golfers Career College. You'll potentially improve the chances of admittance to these schools if you connect with one of the Murrieta tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online.

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Tutoring review by Mark in Murrieta, CA
In Math, the student and I worked on decimals, fractions, and percentages, as well as her current class subjects - negative number basics, and order of operations ("PEMDAS"). The student has little difficulty with homework - she rarely needs additional explanation and rarely makes errors. We also worked on a practice sheet that I made on decimals, fractions, and percentages, which proved more elusive, especially as concepts. Next week, I plan to focus on learning the concepts and then move to basic problems. I left her with the practice sheet and several word problems to try for next week. The student made the outline for an expository, personal essay using a useful acronym for organizing paragraphs with four core sentences (READ: Reason, Example, Anecdote, Detail). The topic of the essay was: explain to a girl moving to and from so and so, why her move is a good or bad thing. The student had no trouble coming up with positives about urban living. Sometimes, she needs prompting to focus her ideas, and to use specific ideas or details rather than abstractions. For next week, she is writing the essay from the outline she made in our session. We continue to keep a list of grammar rules and vocabulary in her class notebook. The student promised to send me her weekly blog post for ELA, and to bring a sheet from her class much like the READ one, that provides a structure for expository writing.
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Tutoring review by Nihal in Murrieta, CA
The student worked on his homework for class. He is continuing his lessons with mean, median, mode and range. Today, the homework problems consisted of the comparison between stem and leaf plots with histograms. I taught him the differences in the two representations as well as highlighting the things they have in common. He worked through his homework along with mini-lessons on the subject.
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Tutoring review by Kayleigh in Murrieta, CA
The student and I went through parametric equations and conic sections today. We did a few practice problems before working on some problems in his homework. Tomorrow he and I will be reviewing for his final exam and go over parametric equations, conic sections and graphing in polar coordinates. He is going to go through some problems tonight so that we can focus on what he is struggling with tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Colin in Murrieta, CA
We went through the student's unit review and the pre-test for the first half of the course. He has shown quite a lot of improvement in recent topics, and just needs a little refresher for some of the topics we haven't touched on in awhile.
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Tutoring review by Kumuda in Murrieta, CA
We prepared for the student's exam. It included unit conversions with feet, inches, yards, pounds, ounces, minutes. We also studied fraction multiplication with an unknown and percentages, as well as word problems involving the prior. She struggles with simple operations like fraction multiplication. She had a hard time with unit conversion, so we drilled it multiple times until she got it down.
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Tutoring review by Shaneureka in Murrieta, CA
During this session, we focused on how to write a story using the seven elements of a story. We discussed character development and setting. I provided the student with a graphic organizer to help plan his stories. For homework, I asked him to use the graphic organizer to start another story.
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