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The city of SeaTac, Washington, is a combination of the first syllables of the cities "Seattle" and "Tacoma." SeaTac is located to the outside of Seattle, and it has a population of around 27,000 people. Several communities are located within SeaTac, which are Angle Lake, Riverton Heights, McMicken Heights, and Bow Lake. The city incorporated in 1990.

The Highline School District manages the three secondary institutions in SeaTac, which are Academy of Citizenship and Empowerment, Global Connections High School, and Odyssey-The Essential School. Some excellent colleges and universities call the communities around SeaTac home. A few of the great schools in this area include the University of Washington, Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, and Pacific Lutheran University. You could potentially improve the chances of admittance to these top schools if you connect with one of the SeaTac, WA, tutors available for private tutoring, instruction, and test prep, either in-home or online. An online and in-person SeaTac 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.

SeaTac has several quaint and delightful locations to visit, one of which is the Highline SeaTac Botanical Gardens. This beautiful hidden gem boasts blossoms and flowers everywhere, and it has its own Japanese garden. Another spot to check out is Angle Lake Park, where you can enjoy the lake's gentle breeze and have a picnic. The park also has a playground for kids, and it is a lovely place to people watch.

For more activities, be sure to visit Kent, Washington, which is about a 15-minute drive southeast of SeaTac. The Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum is a great location to check out, and you'll enjoy learning about the history of racing in the Pacific Northwest. The tour guides here are helpful and knowledgeable, and they know some great stories about racing. The Green River Natural Resources Area is also worth a visit, and here you can enjoy a number of scenic trails. The area also has a tower that you can climb to gain a glimpse of the beautiful surrounding areas, and you'll enjoy spotting the various wildlife that live in this part of the region.

Want to feel more confident about your educational possibilities? With private tutoring in SeaTac, you can receive the kind of test prep and instruction you need, whether it's in-home or online. Tutors in SeaTac, WA, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential today.

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Tutoring review by Art in SeaTac, WA
The student and I began working on his review topics for his upcoming final. He has received a packet that explains every single topic that he will be responsible for and also details the what type of questions he can expect to see as well as how many total and of what type. We were able to work through the first page and a half of this review with little problems. The topics that we covered were solving systems of equations and inequalities, adding and subtracting polynomials and exponents, and factoring of polynomials. Since these are review problems, the student wasn't surprised by anything, and after I guided him through one or two problems, he had fully recalled how to do them. The student knows where he is strong and what needs more work, and we will probably continue to do some factoring practice next time. I also instructed him to begin thinking about the things that he needs on his note card. His instructor has allowed a note card to be brought to the final, and so the next session we will work on that together. The student seems to be in good spirits after today's session as he was able to recall the information.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in SeaTac, WA
The student worked through several reading passages and science sections. She performed very well on science once she was able to familiarize herself with the way the section works -- she was pretty consistently getting 6 out of 7 questions correct, which would correspond to a score of around 30. She also seems to be doing better at reading.
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Tutoring review by William in SeaTac, WA
Will and I discussed general strategies for the writing section and then moved on to discussing strategies for solving problems in the math section. We discussed a variety of topics, including solving linear equations, converting between decimals/ percentages/ fractions, finding the sales price after discount and sales tax is added, area of squares, solving algebraic word problems, evaluating algebraic equations given by word problems, and simplifying algebraic expressions.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in SeaTac, WA
We made good progress on solidifying the concepts of polynomial functions, and we expanded our coverage to include inequalities and rational functions. We had lots of discussion about how functions, inequalities, and their zeros are related to both graphs and the number line. We are going to do lots of practice problems on Thursday to solidify our methods, but this session was very promising!
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Tutoring review by Josiah in SeaTac, WA
Today the student and I covered greater than and less than, and fraction to decimal conversions. She did well with number line concepts. I provided a problem solving methods worksheet on multiplication by fractions and whole numbers, addition, and subtraction.
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Tutoring review by Travis in SeaTac, WA
We worked on radicals today. We converted them to rational exponents, and we multiplied them, divided them, added them, and subtracted them. We worked also with negative numbers and negative roots.
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