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Peoria is a city in Arizona. It is primarily in Maricopa County, but a portion of the municipality extends into Yavapai County. It has a population of 154,100 residents and is part of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area.

The majority of the residents in Peoria are serviced by the Peoria Unified School District, with a small percentage that is serviced by either Deer Valley or Nadaburg Unified School Districts. There are a number of excellent schools in the city, like Centennial and Liberty High Schools, which are both nationally recognized. If you are looking for private tutoring, whether in-home or online, you may enjoy working with Peoria tutors. Their instruction and test prep could take you far. Expert tutors in Peoria could help you work to try to get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring so that you can prepare for success outside of secondary education.

Peoria is home to a satellite campus of Trine University, and there are a wide range of schools in Phoenix, like Everest College Phoenix, Grand Canyon University, and Arizona State University. A good way to work to potentially get into the school of your choice is by using a private Peoria, AZ, tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online.

If you are interested in getting a bit of exercise while seeing some of Arizona's natural beauty, consider walking around the New River Trail. This walking trail runs along the banks of the New River, and it is part of the Rio Vista Community Park. Another excellent way to get the exercise you need is to stop at the Rio Vista Recreation Center, located conveniently in the park. Here, you can take advantage of the free exercise equipment.

From Peoria, you are less than a 30-minute drive to downtown Phoenix. That means if you're a sports fan that you can easily travel to the city to watch the Phoenix Suns or Arizona Cardinals play their home games. You can also take advantage of the entertainment options that Phoenix has to offer. If you are interested in learning about the indigenous cultures of the area, visit the Heard Museum and look at the various exhibits. Also, if you enjoy music, the Musical Instrument Museum has exhibits that explain the history of musical instruments from around the world.

If you take advantage of Peoria, AZ, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities. One-on-one tutoring is a great way to get the assistance you need.

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Tutoring review by Lucas in Peoria, AZ
This week the student and I worked to prepare him for his semester exams, which start next Tuesday. We focused first on chemistry and math on Thursday before spending our session today on math and essay writing (for both his history and language arts finals.) The student received another excellent score on his recent math test (98%) which is a solid indicator that he's prepared for his PreCalc test. He also received an improved grade on a chemistry test which he retook. Overall, I'm very confident in his preparation for math and history, while more work needs to be done in chemistry and language arts. He is working on his language arts final with his book talk partner this afternoon, so I'll have more guidance on how to help him prepare for that exam during our next session tomorrow. I'd like to take a moment to also acknowledge how impressed I am with Simon's work ethic and character. Over the past few months I've watched him put in the necessary effort to improve his grades, and it's paying off for him. He showed great discipline today by staying focused for a longer session, and I continue to be impressed by his work ethic during our sessions. We have one more hurtle to prepare for with his exams next week, and I believe he's going to do very well after continued preparation tomorrow and Tuesday. Good work!
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Tutoring review by Richard in Peoria, AZ
I continued to work with the student on factoring, use of the quadratic formula, and introduced completing the square to solve quadratic equations.
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Tutoring review by Hannah in Peoria, AZ
We completed corrections from a practice AP style test. The student did very well on the test. We were able to work through the problems she had trouble with, and she understood most of them very well. She has another packet to complete for class, which we will work on tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Shivalika S. in Peoria, AZ
The student and I worked on her test corrections today in science. We started by going over what she missed and what concepts she felt uncomfortable with. I noticed that most questions she missed in science were related to geography. I also had her write out the terms she did not know and I gave her the definition and real life examples of the questions so that she can review over it before her test in science. She also tends to get stuck if she doesn't know a term in the question instead of using context clues to figure out what the question is asking. I think that if she goes over every question that she missed on the test and reviews the definitions I gave her on her own, she will have no difficult passing the test satisfactorily. I recommend another timed practice test in science to measure her progress and get a realistic idea of how she will perform the real thing. I also provided multiple worksheets for her to do on her own in mathematics and I will check them next time we meet. We will focus on math and going over the problems that she missed during next week.
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Tutoring review by Lora in Peoria, AZ
We started by the student working on his math homework, which was on converting between U.S. Customary and the metric system. He completed 1 page, then he took a 1 minute break by competing in an online division challenge. Then he completed another page that involved more conversions, line plots, number lines, and fraction to decimal conversions. He's really great at doing it all in his head. I had him work on two more problems that I found that involved number plots and finding the "fair share" (or average) of the number plot. He has a math test tomorrow that he said he feels confident on. Before leaving, I told him he has to do at least 3 more division competitions on his own.
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Tutoring review by Saul in Peoria, AZ
The student will be taking his Chapter 8 exam on Monday, and today we continued reviewing material from that chapter. We have now gone over sections 8.1 through 8.5, which means we only have to cover 8.6 and 8.7 before his test. The chapter is about rational expressions, what the graphs look like, where they have asymptotes, and where there are no solutions or holes. He seems to understand the material. He had small gaps here and there, but we eliminated those by going through each section to find out what he didn't understand. Holes, for example, were difficult for him the first time around, but after talking about them for only a few minutes, he was able to see what they were and how to determine whether an expression contained a hole or not. I provided him with a simple list containing the things he has to memorize and how to apply the rules, and I also explained where the rules came from. I then had him explain to me in his own words the rule that I had just explained to him- which he was able to do.
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