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Washtenaw County, Michigan, was originally founded in 1822 and organized itself as a county in 1826. Ann Arbor is the county seat, and it contains the Ann Arbor Metropolitan Statistical Area. The earliest recordings of activity in the area come from trade conducted by French traders. These French traders established the first permanent settlement in the county in 1809. The name "Washtenaw" is derived from the Ojibwe phrase "Wash-ten-ong," which means, "far away waters."

Many students in the county attend one of Ann Arbor's secondary institutions (which include Skyline High School and Huron High School), which are mostly administered by the Ann Arbor Public Schools District. Students may also attend schools such as Arbor Preparatory High School or Washtenaw International High School in Ypsilanti.

Many of the state's best colleges and universities can be found in Washtenaw County. Some of these respected schools are the University of Michigan, Concordia University, Cleary University, and Western Michigan University. You might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of Washtenaw County, MI, tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction. If you are interested in private test prep instruction, Washtenaw County tutoring is a great solution. It is available either online or in-home.

There are many attractions and locations to check out in Washtenaw County, and many of them can be found in Ypsilanti. One spot to explore here is the Michigan Firehouse Museum, which is home to many fire truck- and fireman-related memorials. The facility is very well maintained, and the tour is inexpensive. Another Ypsilanti attraction is Depot Town, where guests can get a glimpse of the area's historic railroad tracks, and this area is home to many curiosity shops and delicious restaurants.

Ann Arbor also hosts a wealth of worthwhile places to visit, one of which is the Matthaei Botanical Gardens. These gardens span across more than 300 acres. You'll find a great variety of lovely trails and outdoor displays to admire here. Be sure to stop by the children's garden, as well as the bonsai exhibit or peony garden.

Are you looking to try to get the most out of your education and work towards getting into the college of your choice? If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in Washtenaw County might help you improve in your test prep. Washtenaw County, MI, tutors might help students gain admittance into the school of their dreams.

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Tutoring review by Ronald in Washtenaw County, MI
The student and I continued his review of the chapter 9 study packet, particularly dipole dipole interactions, and polar and nonpolar distinctions. I helped him understand the topic from examples from the book, my understanding of the topic, and the notes he took in class. After many practice problems, he was able to understand the topic and answer practice problems from the book. We had a very productive session.
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Tutoring review by Catherine in Washtenaw County, MI
1. Power Write: Tell the story of the painting - focus on homophone spelling. 2. ELA test prep: Reading and mult. choice - focus on context clues and making inferences. 3. ELA test prep: Reading and short answer - focus on using relevant details to answer the question. 4. Math test prep: Multi-step open-ended questions - focus on answering all parts of the question, slowing down, and reading details carefully. The student has a good grasp on material. He needs to remember to slow down, read carefully, and check his work. Today's work showed him a few good examples of why this is so important.
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Tutoring review by Amy in Washtenaw County, MI
We reviewed for the student's test tomorrow on quadratic functions and completing the square. She seemed to have a good understanding of this material, and we spent some time focusing on problems involving fractions. We then worked on solving and graphing linear inequalities, a topic from earlier in the semester that she had missed.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in Washtenaw County, MI
We went over problems involving present value, future value, accumulated present, and accumulated future values. After doing a couple the student had no problems at all.
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Tutoring review by John in Washtenaw County, MI
Today the student and I went over some review problems that she had some questions about. She has a test today and wanted to make sure she understood the material. We went over material we have been covering for the last few weeks including: implicit differentiation, limits, trig differentiation, and related rates. This session went well, and I have confidence that she will do well on her exam today.
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Tutoring review by Jon in Washtenaw County, MI
We continued to work on the student's online calculus class covering derivatives and how the first and second derivatives affect graphs (increasing/decreasing, concave up/down). We worked on online quizzes and tests. She is working very hard and doing well in the class. She is always a pleasure to work with.
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