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Port Orchard, WA, is situated less than 15 miles west of West Seattle. The city is the county seat of Kitsap County and has a population of about 11,200. The town is connected to Seattle and Vashon Island by ferry.

The town is served by South Kitsap High School, which in the South Kitsap School District. Students should focus on their goals of entering a good college, because this is only possible through good grades and test scores. To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Port Orchard is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. An online and in-person Port Orchard tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. The University of Washington is an excellent choice for those pursuing higher education. The school is ranked 52nd in the nation, which could make it difficult for the average student to attend. Conveniently, Port Orchard, WA, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

It's a good idea to take a break from studying every now and then in order to refresh your mind. While you're resting, visit some of the great sites around Port Orchard, including Manchester State Park. The 11-acre area is a great place for camping, fishing, hiking, and relaxing. You can spend an entire week in the park, living off the land, or just visit for a short day trip. Either way, there are dozens of activities for everyone to enjoy. Water access allows for boating, diving, and saltwater fishing. Nature lovers can hike the nearly two miles of hiking trails and enjoy spectacular wildlife and bird viewing.

Another great stop is the Veterans Living History Museum. The small museum has a variety of pieces from the Civil War to the war in Afghanistan. The collection includes pieces on women's military contributions. The curators of the museum will be happy to walk you through the history of the pieces on display.

For a more outdoor museum experience, visit the Sidney Museum and Arts Association. The museum is a series of buildings from the 1900s, including a Masonic Temple, a general store, a school, a doctor's office, and a hardware store.

Once you're done relaxing, focus on your studies. Port Orchard, WA, tutors are available to students in the area.

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Tutoring review by Avni in Port Orchard, WA
The student and I tried to finish the rest of the packet from her study guide. We moved deliberately today because there was so much graphing involved, and I really wanted to make sure that those principles were strong because they show up again and again through high school and college. However, she did a great job and I taught her a few little algebra tricks on how to check your answers on a test so that you know your final answer is correct!
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Tutoring review by Kevin in Port Orchard, WA
For tonight's session, the student and I went over parametrically defined functions and polar coordinates. I spent the first half of our time going over the basic definitions; this seemed to be easy for him. I expect faster progress next time when he has more material from class to go over.
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Tutoring review by Maddy Grace in Port Orchard, WA
The student and I worked on a series of advanced problems involving volume and surface area. In particular, we talked about scalar values and how they affect the aforementioned attributes. It took a bit of theorizing, examples, and practice, but eventually the student got the idea of applying scalars of dimension at a time multiplicatively, and how for example the radius of a cylinder counts for "two" dimensions at once, etc. I also gave him some harder problems that weren't on his sheet about applying different scalars to different dimensions and finding surface area, to show him that there actually isn't a consistent formula for it, but rather you just have to do it manually, "the long way," by finding each face.
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Tutoring review by Peter in Port Orchard, WA
The student and I continued to cover exponential equations. We went over several practice problems. I taught her how the multiplier in an exponential equation is related to percents. For example, a 5% increase can be represented by multiplying a number by 1.05.
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Tutoring review by Joel in Port Orchard, WA
For a majority of the session, we worked to memorize all of the prime numbers from 1-100; her teacher promised $100 to the student who could recite them all by Monday. In addition to creating jingles to remember the numbers, I also asked some clarifying questions to ensure that she understood why the numbers were prime (What are the factors? Why aren't any of these numbers even?) We then closed the session by reading one of the books she selected from her class library. Her reading has improved much over the past few months, and her newfound eagerness to read was a delight. She is also showing more patience while reading, which is helping with her comprehension.
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Tutoring review by Max in Port Orchard, WA
For this session, we moved on to the student's class' next unit, logic. Though she struggled initially in distinguishing the different kinds of conditional statements, she was able to tell a converse from an inverse and a contrapositive by the end of the session. I was also impressed by how quickly she understood the concept of logical necessity and adapted to the symbology I taught her. A proper introduction to basic logic involves a lot of intricately connected information, and she processed it all very well.
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