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Redmond is a city located in western Washington state. Nicknamed the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest," Redmond is located within the Seattle Metropolitan area, and it has a population of around 54,000.

The students of Redmond attend school within the Lake Washington School District. The fifth-largest school district in Washington state, Lake Washington School District provides educational services to over 26,000 students. The district is comprised of 30 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, and 10 high schools. Students in Redmond attend two of the ten high schools in the district -- Redmond High School and Nikola Tesla STEM High School. There are also several private schools in Redmond, including The Bear Creek School and The Overlake School. A Redmond, WA, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and coursework within one of these excellent schools. There are two higher educational institutions located within Redmond -- The Digipen Institute of Technology and one of Lake Washington Technical College's campuses. Online or in-home tutoring in Redmond, WA, might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work at one of these collegiate institutions.

As a Redmond resident, you have the opportunity to visit numerous interesting landmarks and attractions, like O.A. Wiley Home and Earl and Elise McWhirter Farm. Redmond is home to 23 beautiful parks, the largest of which is Marymoor Park. Marymoor Park boasts a rock-climbing wall, dog park, amphitheater, garden, sports fields, playground, and much more. You can also spend time outdoors by hiking the extensive trail system that weaves through the city. Every year, you'll be treated to a variety of festivals and events hosted by the city. The Redmond Derby Days is an annual festival that features races, a parade, live entertainment, food, and dancing. Around Christmastime, Redmond hosts the Redmond Lights festival. During the festival, residents of the city gather together for a tree lighting ceremony, ice skating, food vendors, and a luminary walk.

You may enjoy working with Redmond, WA, tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance for all of your academic needs. So, if you're considering enrolling in one of Redmond's many educational institutions, or you are already a student and you're looking for some academic assistance, connect with a personal tutor today. One-on-one tutoring in Redmond, WA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams and develop confidence as a student.

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Tutoring review by Kory in Redmond, WA
Reviewed the chapter today. The student seems to have a very good understanding of the subject matter, but seems to have trouble knowing where to apply such knowledge. That being said, the best way to combat this problem is to read through the book and learn to use the terms it uses. This way, you will be able to know what the question is asking. After understanding the question, the student has little to no trouble coming to the correct solution. Keep up the great work!
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Tutoring review by Marcello in Redmond, WA
We did a quick review of previous integration techniques and covered integration by parts and improper integrals. We'll continue with improper integrals and move on to sequences and series for this upcoming Saturday.
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Tutoring review by Karen in Redmond, WA
Tonight's math concept was comparing amounts by totaling the amount of change in a purse and indicating if there was enough money to buy an item with a price tag. The student understood the comparison portion perfectly, but had issues with adding the change. We used the base ten blocks after the first two, which helped. Next, we worked on adding ed and ing to words. Then we applied the practice to sentence completion. I also gave her another spelling quiz. She only missed plan (wrote 2 n's) and jogged (wrote 1 g).
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Tutoring review by Marcus in Redmond, WA
The student completed a biology assignment.  He also did two new algebra worksheets about inequalities.  In addition, he finished the biology packet that he started on Monday.  Finally, we corrected a probabilities worksheet that he had to redo from Monday.
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Tutoring review by Joseph in Redmond, WA
Today the student and I resumed our normal program for the session.  We went through some language lessons and reviewed things we had studied in previous weeks.  She is now recalling a great deal of what she has learned, and most impressively, she is recognizing some characters by sight.  Her listening comprehension is more progressed than her reading or speaking comprehension at this point.
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Tutoring review by Bethany in Redmond, WA
To begin, Student 1 learned three new vocabulary words. We also discussed the prior weeks' words. Then, we went through Student 2's word list of the 600 most commonly used words. He only missed 9 out of 600. Lastly, we read a few pages from his novel. He struggled on a few of the big words but was able to sound many of them out without my help.
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