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We require the most rigorous qualifications of Washington tutors, in addition to a background check. Only a tiny fraction of those candidates who apply ultimately make it through our demanding interview process. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

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Washington, Missouri, was originally named St. John Meyer's Settlement and was part of the Spanish Empire. The area came under American control following the Louisiana Purchase, and it was renamed in honor of George Washington. The town was laid out as early as 1827, and lots went on sale in 1829. Washington is a part of Franklin County, and its nickname is "Pipe City."

The Washington School District administers Washington High, which is the community's only public secondary institution. Washington High has been awarded with a bronze medal from US News for its respected educational programs. St. Louis is about an hour's drive outside of Washington, and you may have the opportunity to attend one of this city's premier colleges or universities. Some of these notable schools include Washington University in St. Louis, Maryville University of Saint Louis, Saint Louis University, and Webster University. With Washington, MO, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep. You could work to try to get ahead of the competition by taking advantage of tutoring in Washington, MO.

There are plenty of fun things to do in Washington, and they're all worth trying out. One spot to visit is the James W. Rennick Riverfront Park, where you can relax beside the Missouri River in the park's lovely green spaces. There are plenty of walking trails available for the park's guests, and there are lots of picnic areas to take advantage of. For an educational experience, be sure to stop by Fort Charrette Historic Village. Here, you can admire a historically accurate and restored French and Indian trading post from the 1790s. This property has a wonderful view of the Missouri River from a bluff, and staff dedicated to preserving this historic building give professional and informative tours.

One gem of Washington is Addi's, which is a clothing store unique to the community. Browsing this shop's inventory is always a fun experience, and it is many residents' favorite place to shop. Washington's Fudge Shoppe is another one of the city's enchanting attractions. Here, you can choose from a large variety of different fudges and other candies, and it could bring out the sweet tooth in anyone.

If you need extra help with your education, private tutoring in Washington is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Skilled in-person or online Washington tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions today.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Washington, MO
Fantastique! Exceptionally organized and dedicated! Keep on studying that vocab! We clarified the conjugations of commonly occurring verbs (etre, avoir, faire, aller) and vocab for French class.
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Tutoring review by Yuming in Washington, MO
The topic of our session was factoring the polynomial. After practice, the student improved his performance on factoring quadratic equations. I taught him how to effectively solve the quadratic equation by using the "cross" rule. We will continue to practice the "cross" rule in future sessions.
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Tutoring review by Lyndsy in Washington, MO
The student's skill level in basic algebra has improved immensely. Previously, he could not identify a variable and had no beginning idea on how to start the problem. Now, he can solve single variable problems with ease. When more than one variable is present, he can answer the problem around 1/3 of the time, which is an improvement. He also continues to need help with the distributive property often. Today, he revised his math homework, which involved solving inequalities with absolute values and then graphing the result on a number line. He practiced several additional problems from the textbook that were not assigned by his teacher. By the end, he could solve the problem(s) and somewhat understood how to graph the inequality.
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Tutoring review by Charles in Washington, MO
Today's session dealt with language arts and reading exercises. I also looked over an essay I'd asked the student to write as an assignment at our last session.
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Tutoring review by Jana in Washington, MO
We went over practice problems to cover topics for the student's exam tomorrow. We reviewed exponent problems.
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Tutoring review by Rebecca in Washington, MO
The student didn't have any homework to work on. We reviewed several topics from his math book including converting percents into fractions and decimals. We also practiced classifying parallelograms and finding the area of rectangles. We spent the last 30 minutes of our session reading one of the student's books together.
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