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About Sammamish

Sammamish, Washington, is a city with over 52,000 people. Sammamish is located on a plateau and bordered by Snoqualmie Valley and Lake Sammamish.

Three high schools exist in Sammamish. Skyline High School, located in the Issaquah School District, is a very academically competitive school because it has a 95 percent average graduation rate and it offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma and Career-related Program to juniors and seniors. Northwest University, a post-secondary institution based in Kirkland, Washington, is ranked as one of the best colleges in the western United States by U.S. News and World Report. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Sammamish, WA, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Kevin in Sammamish, WA
We went over problems involving integration by partial fractions tonight. The main focus was on setting up the equation to express the given rational function as a sum of its factors. The student seemed to really understand the calculus component of these problems, but we still need some work with setting up the initial problem.
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Tutoring review by Roald in Sammamish, WA
The student has a test in math tomorrow on circles, ellipses, and hyperbola (no parabolas). For review, his teacher had assigned two worksheets: the problems included deriving the formula for the conic from a graph, deriving the formula from a description of the conic, drawing the conic from a given formula, and describing pertinent details (vertices, foci, etc.) from a formula. The student took a bit of time getting into the hang of parsing the general form of the formulas, but quickly fell into a steady rhythm for solving them. Surprisingly enough, circles were the most disorienting for him, but even that didn't take him long to conquer. By the end of the session, he was feeling very confident about the test.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Sammamish, WA
The student and I spent most of this session on confidence intervals both for means and proportions. He seems to be getting a pretty good grasp of the material. He feels like he has an understanding of the material, and about the multiple choice questions that his teacher usually asks, which can be somewhat tricky.
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Tutoring review by Carolyn in Sammamish, WA
We worked through some of her review packet for her final, focusing on logs, arithmetic and geometric sequences, and exponential functions. She did a great job using the formulas once we looked them up, but she'll need to make flash cards so she remembers them all. She looks confident and prepared.
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Tutoring review by Zachary in Sammamish, WA
Tonight we went over finding volumes and areas using Riemann sums and integrals. The student is having a hard time with setting up the problems. We discussed how to go from the problem's prompt to drawing the picture necessary to see the Riemann sum or integral. We discussed polar coordinates towards the end of the session and worked a problem on arc length. I think she is making progress. This will be a tough class to get through, but if she can do this, she can do anything!
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Tutoring review by Marie-Urlima in Sammamish, WA
The student and I went over concepts in Physics in preparation for a future quiz. We went over 2D parabolic motion and solved a few problems. We then reviewed his Algebra homework and discussed strategies for improving his Algebra grade.
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