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Surprise, Arizona, is known as the second-fastest growing city in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. More than 115,000 residents live in the city, which was founded by Flora Mae Statler, in 1938. The single neighborhood purchased, platted, and sold as a development by Statler has grown to 85.6-square miles. Some say that when Flora Mae Statler created the community, she named it Surprise because she "would be surprised if it amounted to anything." It is less than 30 miles from Phoenix.

Students attend the Dysart Unified School District. The district includes Valley Vista High School, a bronze medal winner from "U.S. News and World Report's" rankings of the best high schools in the country; Paradise Honors High School, another bronze medal winner from the same publication, is a charter school that operates in the community. As a student, you'll find that a Surprise, AZ, tutor could be a key component of your academic endeavors. In-home or online private tutoring in Surprise for both subject instruction and test prep might help you get into the best schools.

Whether you're preparing for college or attending one of the institutions of higher learning in the Phoenix area, you can potentially improve your score on that important exam, simply by taking advantage of an online or in-person tutoring session with a Surprise, AZ, tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels. Some of the well-known schools in the area include Arizona State University's west campus, Grand Canyon University, the University of Phoenix, Rio Salado Community College, Paradise Valley Community College, and Gateway Community College.

The Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers both hold spring training in Surprise, Arizona; the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex hosts a stop on the Champions Tour, and there are eight golf courses for visitors and residents alike to hit the links. There are 13 different parks in the community, a lighted World War II Memorial, two dog parks, four recreation centers, and two municipal pools. Phoenix is a short drive away, and it offers a wide variety of events throughout the year, including Arizona Diamondbacks baseball games. You can explore Camelback Mountain, learn and play at the Musical Instrument Museum, or let the Desert Botanical Garden take your breath away.

You can enjoy all the city has to offer and be successful in your academic work as well. To help you work towards success in your high school and college courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Surprise is offered for both general class instruction and test prep.

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Tutoring review by Carol in Surprise, AZ
We reviewed questions from chapter 7 review and discussed the mistakes that were made. I encouraged the student to K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple Sweetie) when multiplying with fractions, a way to remind her to always simplify her answers. We then reviewed the comprehension readings that she had difficulty on during the week. We went over scanning for keywords and reading directions very carefully. The student expressed that she rushes through her work because those around her finish quicker and she doesn't want to seem like she doesn't know the information. We discussed ways for her to ignore what others are doing and the importance of taking her time to avoid simple mistakes.
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Tutoring review by Aneesh in Surprise, AZ
We completed all of his make up algebra homework to get him back on track since he was absent from school.
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Tutoring review by Chad in Surprise, AZ
Today we learned how to write a given equation in standard form with integer coefficients, to write a given equation in standard form of a line that passes through given points with a given slope, and how to write an equation in standard form of a line that passes through two points. We discussed horizontal and vertical lines, and the tricks to tell the slope of each respectively. Other topics covered include: solving equations, graphing equations, and slope-intercept form.
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Tutoring review by Gabriela in Surprise, AZ
Today the student completed Tuesday's algebra 2 math homework relating to absolute value equations, and we reviewed for her anatomy exam from PMAT to tissue types and function. She will continue to study for anatomy exam. She is doing a great job on her math and anatomy assignments.
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Tutoring review by Anne in Surprise, AZ
The student got 100% on his previous two assessments. Today we worked on functions and their properties, and completed sections on inverse functions and graphing transformations. We also worked through the Module 1 practice test and the discussion based assessment. He did an excellent job paying attention and working hard on the practice problems and assessments. He wrote up and completed the discussion based assessment after discussing it with me.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Surprise, AZ
Today's topics included linear and quadratic functions. Both brothers seemed pretty strong on linear functions, and the review was helpful. They had less experience with quadratic functions, so that was where we spent most of our time. The method of completing the square had been a subject of some concern, but things started to register when I showed them how to interpret the method graphically. We spent considerable time on it, since it is essential when graphing quadratic functions by hand. I emphasized that the point of graphing functions is to convey information about the graph; hence, it is imperative to label at least three points in order for the equation to be uniquely determined, and to locate the vertex for easy translation between graphical and equation form.
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