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Private Tutoring in Quincy, WA

Only the best Quincy tutors are able to work with you. The tutors go through a rigorous interview, possess excellent teaching skills, and pass a background check. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

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Quincy, WA, is a small city in central Washington. It has a modest population of 6,700 residents, and is located in Grant County. The area is great for hosting events, as the natural land is prime for winter sports like skiing, and summer sports, like swimming, fishing, and water skiing. The city's Gorge Amphitheatre is a popular venue for concerts and other live events.

Quincy High School is the only High School in the city, and it is part of the Quincy School District. Private tutors in Quincy can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Elite colleges are not out of your reach in Quincy, WA. Central Washington University is ranked within the top 100 universities in the west. Perhaps Walla Walla University or Eastern Washington University are more to your liking. Both of these colleges are top-ranking schools in the Quincy, WA, area. If you are looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college, online or in-home test prep tutoring in Quincy, WA, is available to help you work towards your goals.

There are several local attractions that will leave you with unforgettable memories. The Frenchman Coulee is perhaps the most popular attraction in Quincy. There are spots for rock climbers to practice climbing and to strengthen their belaying skills, as well as a flat trail for hikers. The trail is an easy four miles, and passes by a stunning waterfall that is at its best in the spring. You can also spend a day with your family walking the trails of the Beezley Hills Preserve. It covers 4,788 acres that provide hikers with the pleasure of seeing the beautiful wildlife and nature of central Washington. You will find several fields full of all different sorts of native plants, like larkspur, prairie star flowers, squaw current, bearded owl-clover, death camas, lupine, and many more. The lush forestry and scenic views will keep you in awe the whole time. Take your time walking the three-mile loop; it is great for beginners and just as fun for average or advanced hikers.

Do you need an extra push in your classes to keep you motivated and excited to learn? If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Quincy is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Quincy, WA, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Travis in Quincy, WA
Today the student and I covered division strategies for mixed numbers, simplification/multiplication of fractions, ratio related word problems as well as his most recent homework assignment. All in all, he worked very hard and stayed focus the entire sessions. He is awaiting the results from his most recent math exam, and he feels confident that he performed well.
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Tutoring review by Chris in Quincy, WA
The student is getting ready for her chapter 5 test that is over simplifying radicals and solving equations with radicals and exponents. She was able to finish her study guide during this time for her test on next Tuesday. She has shown improvement with her rules involving exponents. We do plan on meeting Monday before her test as well.
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Tutoring review by Phoebe in Quincy, WA
I met with the student on 5/12 for 1 hour and covered preparation for an Algebra CRT. The topics included defining dependent and independent events, mutually exclusive events, and using Venn diagrams. I also met with the student on 5/19 for 1 hour. The topics of review included permutations and combinations, and probability. We reviewed questions missed in assigned class assignments. I provided clarification on what permutations and combinations are useful for, as well as the value of Geometry.
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Tutoring review by Lora in Quincy, WA
We started with a worksheet: the first side was writing numbers in expanded form to standard form, and they were accompanied by a little fact about the year they were representing. On the other side of the worksheet, he worked to reduce fractions in their simplest form - some of these problems were straight numbers, whereas some problems were word problems. Lastly, he had 4 word problems to complete, mainly dealing with fractions and percentages. He seems to do very well with the word problems. I notice he is getting very comfortable using his calculator, but will also do some problems by hand then check it with a calculator, which is good.
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Tutoring review by Brett in Quincy, WA
We worked on using a compass/protractor/straight edge to make constructions of equivalent angles, equilateral triangles, regular hexagons inscribed in a circle, bisecting angles, 60 degree and 30 degree angles, etc.
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Tutoring review by Hsiao-harng in Quincy, WA
The student and I reviewed his math homework in this session. The homework covered finding areas of rectangles and using pre-algebra to do some word problems. He demonstrated his ability to apply Algebra to do the word problems, which I was happy to see. After finishing the homework, I tested his ability to arrange fractions from smallest to largest. He wasn't able to fully remember how to do that, so I'll be revisiting this area for next time. Finally, I assigned him a two page homework sheet that involves adding/subtracting fractions.
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