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Oregon is a coastal state on the Pacific Ocean. A large portion of Oregon's northern border is made up of the Columbia River. The state is the ninth largest in the nation, and it has been nicknamed the "Beaver State."

Oregon is a great place for students to attend school. There are many good high schools in the state, such as International School of Beaverton in Aloha, Corbett Charter School in Corbett, and School of Science and Technology in Beaverton. Students interested in pursuing a private education also have multiple great options spread across the state. Some of these options include Oregon Episcopal School in Portland and the Delphian School in Sheridan. Oregon students can be matched with private tutors through Varsity Tutors. These online or in-home tutors can work with students on their course instruction or test prep.

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The state is also a great place to attend college. There are several great local options ranked in the top 150 schools in the nation, such as University of Oregon in Eugene and Oregon State University in Corvallis. Students in Oregon can get personal test prep instruction from either online or in-home private tutoring. For more schooling options students can consider the excellent private schools Oregon has. Some of these schools include Reed College in Portland and Willamette University in Salem. If you are looking for class or test prep tutoring in Oregon, then Varsity Tutors can match you with a tutor for either online or in-home tutoring.

One of the most popular teams in the state is the Oregon Ducks, a collegiate team from University of Oregon. Another popular team is the Oregon State University Beavers. Portland specifically has two professional sports teams, the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA and the Portland Timbers of MLS.

Oregon is a very scenic state, and there are a wide variety of outdoor locations for you to spend the day at. Some of these include the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Crater Lake National Park, and the Haystack Rock. Each park features a different body of water and a particular landmark that you'll have to see to believe. These are only a few of the top outdoor attractions, so be sure to explore all of the parks the state has to offer. For a more educational outing, visit the Columbia River Maritime Museum. Located in Astoria, this museum informs visitors on the daily life of ship living and of the dangers of the local seascape.

After you've taken a break to explore the area around you, you can return to your studies. Oregon students can be matched with a tutor by Varsity Tutors' educational directors.

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Tutoring review by Sarah in Oregon
Today was our first session. The majority of time was spent doing diagnostic work, where we discovered that in math, the student is functioning at a 7th-grade standards level, with some more significant needs in operations with fractions and with algebraic expressions. I will also need to probe more into geometry, since the diagnostic only had one question on this, and he did not get this correct. In reading, we did a Lexile analysis and determined that his ability to identify details is strong up until about a level of 1000. Next time, we will work on fractions, with an emphasis on understanding fractional multiplication and division. We will also work on main idea and details as well as the tone of Lexile level 1000 materials. We will wrap up by discussing strategy for the assessment test.
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Tutoring review by Kara in Oregon
Today, the student and I went over lesson 24. We started with our normal warm-up conversation, and we are regularly switching back and forth between different tenses. He is doing a great job responding with the correct conjugation. We focused the rest of the lesson on lots of conjugation review, story-telling, and translation exercises. Additionally, we introduced new vocabulary during our conversation. He did very well during our lesson today; we use very little English except for clarification purposes, and he continues to improve with his conjugation accuracy.
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Tutoring review by Caleob in Oregon
Today, we reviewed the properties of quadrilaterals. Specifically, we used the properties of parallelograms and rhombi to solve for missing angles. We talked about the Pythagorean theorem and used it to solve for missing side lengths. Finally, we used the exterior and interior angles of a regular polygon, along with some simultaneous equations, to find the number of sides on the regular polygon.
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Tutoring review by Hosni in Oregon
We covered graphing inequalities and introduced factoring quadratic equations. The student was much more enthusiastic and confident during the session compared to the first session.
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Tutoring review by Ari in Oregon
We worked on the student's math study guide and tried to understand the concepts that were going to be on his test. He is a smart kid but needs to focus on slowing down and taking his time in writing clearly because sometimes the right answer evades him even though he did all the work.
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Tutoring review by Kerri in Oregon
Today was my first session with the student, and we did test corrections on his last Algebra 2 test. This covered topics like domain and range given points, definitions of a function, finding x- and y-intercepts, graphing linear equations, writing equations given various information, parallel and perpendicular lines, and graphing inequalities.
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