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Pacific, WA, is a city that is shared by King and Pierce Counties. It is located in the western region of Washington and has a population of about 6,600 residents. The town is known for the Interurban Trail, a bike trail that runs all around the town that's popular with community members.

The primary High School in Pacific is Auburn High School, which is part of the Auburn School District. Online or in-home tutoring in Pacific might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. If you are aiming to attend an elite university, you are not out of luck. The University of Puget Sound is an exemplary school that ranks in the top 100 liberal arts colleges in the nation. Another great option is the University of Washington. UW ranks in the top 100 best colleges in the United States. Pacific Lutheran University is an elite school, as is the University of Seattle, which ranks in the top 10 universities to attend in the West. To work to get an edge on the competition and try to put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Pacific, WA, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home.

There are several great places to visit in Pacific. If you love the outdoors, you can bike over to Pacific City Park. It has a modern children's playground, a basketball court for you and your friends, a picnic area to eat lunch in, and a scenic trail along the river. Don't miss out on the Interurban Trail, which runs for over 20 miles. Check out the hiking paths of Placemark 18 and Levee. If you love your morning walks, try out Aspen Park, Beaver Park, Elise Park, Milwaukee Park, or Otter Park for nice walking paths. If you need a boost in the morning or if you're getting sleepy around lunch time, grab a cup of coffee at Pacific BigFoot Java. You can also visit the many museums near Pacific, like the Washington State History Museum, the Pacific Bonsai Museum, and the Pacific County Historical Society Museum. All of these centers of history can teach you something new about the surrounding area!

Are you struggling in a specific class or subject? You might benefit from online test prep and tutoring in Pacific. A Pacific, WA, tutor can help you work towards success in your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Terry in Pacific, WA
The student reported that although she had felt prepared for test on special triangles, she did not get the outcome she had hoped for. She will get this test back and bring to session to review what happened. She said it was 35 questions to do in 30 minutes and that she had felt rushed. She says this is typical pacing for the class. She asked to review tonight's homework, which was on applying definitions of sine, cosine, tangent. Her understanding of the use of the definitions is solid enough but she showed several misunderstandings of basic algebra (that we can't add whole numbers and radicals, that we carry out multiplication of expression before subtracting a value from both sides, and how to simplify 5 square root of 3 over 10) that she needs to work on. We discussed all errors as they come up. The student's mother would also like an ongoing probing of prior geometry concepts. We used a few items from practice sets to begin this. The student suggested that her next topic in class will be transformations, so we will work on this as well.
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Tutoring review by Adrian in Pacific, WA
Today we decided to go over finding the volume created by the cross section of a plane, and a set of shapes perpendicular to that plane. We applied the concepts to her homework and worked through several examples.
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Tutoring review by Erin in Pacific, WA
The student and I continued to work on vectors for most of our session. Specifically, we discussed in depth how to add and subtract vectors graphically. We practiced many problems like this and the student made significant progress in that area. We additionally reviewed how to find the components of vectors and how to find the distance from a point to a line using a given formula.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Pacific, WA
We covered some basic quantum mechanics concepts. The student was very attentive towards learning the material.
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Tutoring review by Tashnin in Pacific, WA
The concepts that we covered was mostly chemistry and Spanish. The student was receptive. I included some study skill material towards the material that I reviewed with him. I also included extra practice problems for the PSAT.
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Tutoring review by Emily in Pacific, WA
Today we reviewed addition and subtraction flashcards, and studied multiplying by six with several worksheets and flashcards. We also read for 20 minutes with questions to test comprehension and vocabulary along the way. I left the student with flashcards to practice multiplying by 6.
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