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Paradise Valley is a small city located in central Arizona. It is a part of Maricopa County and has a population of about 13,000. It is the wealthiest suburb of Phoenix, AZ, and is known mostly for its expensive real estate, as well as its catering to tourism.

Most residents in Paradise Valley attend schools within the Scottsdale Unified School District. The top High School in the area is Chaparral High School, which is ranked in the top 20 high schools in the state of Arizona. Whether you're falling behind in class or worried about that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in Paradise Valley might help you improve in your test prep. The best college in the area is Arizona State University-Tempe. It is consistently ranked in the top 150 universities in the country. These top schools might be ones you could attend if you reach out to private tutors in Paradise Valley, AZ, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep.

There are a wide variety of things you can do in the area of Paradise Valley. One of the most popular destinations on a nice day is Barry Goldwater Park, where you can see many desert plants and animals. If a relaxing day is what you're looking for instead, the Joya Spa at Omni Scottsdale Resort is an excellent place to spend a few hours. It offers many different massages, as well as saunas, steam rooms, hot tubs, and more. A must-see for art and architecture lovers is Arcosanti. It is an art facility focused on experimental design.

Sports fans will appreciate the convenient drive to Phoenix, AZ, if you want to view any sporting events. A great place to go in the summer is to Chase Field to see the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. If basketball is more what you're looking for, the National Basketball Association's Phoenix Suns make their home at Talking Stick Resort Arena. Football fans can head down to University of Phoenix Stadium to see the National Football League's Arizona Cardinals.

Looking to take the next step in your education? To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Paradise Valley is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. Additionally, if you want to be accepted into the top colleges and universities, Paradise Valley, AZ, tutoring might help you get into the school of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Jesse in Paradise Valley, AZ
We went over free-response questions from multiple AP exams. The questions were advanced enough to be useful to the student.
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Tutoring review by Julie in Paradise Valley, AZ
Today I started the session by having the student do multiplication and division practice problems in a workbook. I showed her different ways to come up with the answer when she was stuck. I also worked with her in a language arts workbook where she had to read a sentence and then circle the best meaning. After we spent some time with a few of those problems, I then let her continue reading the book she picked out and then continued to write in her journal answering comprehension questions. It seems as though she needs a lot of repetition, and therefore today we worked mainly on the 3 and 4 times table. I will work with her on those for a while before switching to 5 and 6 times tables. The reading goal I have for her is to continue working on comprehension skills. Her fluency and decoding skills will be practiced as well, but I think the main focus for her needs to be comprehension.
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Tutoring review by Zach in Paradise Valley, AZ
We worked on percents. One area I have noticed the student needs improvement on his her ability to manipulate fractions. I think the percents and proportions unit has really helped her with this. Next session we are having a 2 hour meeting. I plan on using the time to really focus in on her high school entrance test and use what she has learned so far to improve her score.
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Tutoring review by Ryan in Paradise Valley, AZ
In our second to last session we went over a combination of math and writing sections and quickly were able to confirm that in these areas the student had improved past the goal she was aiming for on her next test. We then pivoted to the reading section, especially the longer passages and the two opposing author sections.
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Tutoring review by Bert in Paradise Valley, AZ
I reviewed how to solve math questions that included an unknown or unusual symbol, such as those involving diamond, square or other shapes. For these problems, I told the student to treat the problem like a substitution type problem - before solving what the question asks for, he needs to convert the "weird" shaped/symbol into "real" math by using the given definition of the shape. Because he still struggled with that conceptually, I explained to him that he should maybe treat it as an analogy problem - if given A * B = 2A + B for example, and he was given 2*5, he should think of it as 2 is to A and 5 is to B to figure out what 2*5 equals. This way of thinking about the problem seemed a little better for him. As a last minute review, I reiterated the basics of converting English to an equivalent math expression, as his biggest issue seems to be trying to solve the problem intuitively instead of algebraically, leading him to a lot of incorrect mental math. For further review, I linked him to the test prep site for additional practice on solving algebraic related problems.
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Tutoring review by Landon in Paradise Valley, AZ
We went over the student's test that she did ok on (same as class average). We redid the problems she missed to figure out where she made mistakes. We discussed patterns of how her teacher asks questions on the test. We also discussed critical points, an important part of the next sections of material.
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