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About Selah

Selah, Washington, is a tiny city with approximately 8,000 residents. The Yakima County town is a commuter town to the larger city Yakima. It is known as "The Apple Juice Capital of the World" because it's home to apple orchards and juice processing plants. Selah happens to be the headquarters of Tree Top, a world-famous fruit processing company.

The only High School in the town is Selah High School, which is located in the Selah School District. An expert Selah, WA, tutor might be an asset to anyone who wants to work to get into a top college or university like Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington. U.S. News and World Report ranks it as one of the best universities in the western United States. A Selah, WA, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by Gonzaga Honors Students. 4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating*

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Today, we looked at a mixed review. The student did very well with these questions. One question was a tad bit difficult because it was taught in a lesson that she missed in school. Two others were tricky because they were a step beyond the problems she has been given in school. After a short explanation, she was able to successfully complete them as well. Given that it was spring break, she did not have any questions for me, so we continued by practicing simplifying rational expression. Her assignment for the week is to complete skill builders 20 (even) and 21 all. As always, it was a pleasure working with her.
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We went over missed problems from a recent quiz and some additional problems from a makeup classwork assignment. We talked about the formulas required. I advised her to spend 5 mins three times per day looking at her formula sheet to help prepare for her exam.
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The student is working on a unit involving circles. The unit involves proving and solving for the measure of the arcs, angles, tangents, chords and secants.
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We discussed math, social studies, as well as Spanish. Math is a strong subject: we reviewed the material for his test on Thursday. We worked on a social studies packet. Today we worked on Spanish. He was doing well in all subjects.
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Today went really well! We started by working on a revision of the student's analysis of the Scarlet Ibis. We worked from the template provided by her teacher, and she did a really excellent job thinking outside the box/wording things. At the end, she said she felt much better about it than she has on previous assignments, which was awesome to hear. She is going to double-check with her teacher, regarding the instructor's preference on some in-text citations. Afterwards, we went over biology definitions, specifically ones regarding competition and symbiosis.
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Today we mostly worked on math and reading, but we also worked on a brief review of what the PSAT will look like and how its content will differ from that of the SAT. We also spent some time at the beginning going over his essay from this week and how he could improve it with a better second source and a clearer line of argumentation. In math we concentrated on hard problems from most of the subject areas and paid special attention to how the test can play tricks. We then did a vocabulary review, which went well. We finished up with a timed short passage section and focused on how to keep track of what the questions asked and how to parse the text when the answer is not clear. We ran 15 minutes over today. For review, in addition to the PSAT this week, he will complete a math problem set focusing on a specific technique.
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