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Benbrook is a city located in Tarrant County, Texas. It has a population of 21,200 residents and is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area. Residents living in the city are 10 miles from downtown Fort Worth.

Students living in Benbrook are serviced by the Fort Worth Independent School District, where they attend Benbrook Middle-High School or Western Hills High School. Benbrook tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep. You may enjoy working with Benbrook tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance, in addition to giving you the guidance needed to prepare for post-secondary education.

One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Benbrook, TX, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. Your tutor can aid you in applying to one of the top Fort Worth Schools, like Texas Wesleyan University, Richland College, or Texas Christian University.

You have a number of different entertainment options that you can explore in nearby Fort Worth. If you enjoy animals, then take the day to tour the exhibits at the Fort Worth Zoo. Here, you will be able to see a wide range of exotic species living in environments designed to simulate natural landscape.

One of the most popular places to visit in Fort Worth is the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. Not only can you get an idea of how the town looked a century ago, but you will also be able to explore many different shops that sell custom-made cowboy hats, boots, and accessories like spurs. This is the perfect place to visit to buy some authentic cowboy material.

If you're looking to spend the day outdoors getting fresh air and exercise, then visit one of Fort Worth's parks. There are three popular gardens in the area, the Fort Worth Water Gardens, the Japanese Garden, and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. Each of these gardens has exotic and local plants that are beautifully arranged along a network of walking trails.

Before you leave Fort Worth, make a visit to the Sid Richardson Museum and learn about Texas' history. This is perfect for people who are interested in history related to cowboys and the Old West, as it tells the story of ranchers, sheriffs, and other western-related themes.

Connecting with a Benbrook, TX, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools. Work with a tutor today to work towards your future success.

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Tutoring review by Nickolette in Benbrook, TX
Today, the student continued his end of the year Math test. He completed double digit multiplication, long and short division and word problems that included addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. He also practiced identifying the correct helping verbs in sentences and identifying the main idea of short passages.
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Tutoring review by Brendon in Benbrook, TX
We covered vertex/intercept/standard form of parabolas, including how to find the vertex and intercepts in each form and how to change from one form to the other. The student did not seem to pick up the material in class, but once we covered it she seemed much more confident.
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Tutoring review by Chloe in Benbrook, TX
The student started by reading her sight words to me. She got almost all the words right. She read her book to me and flew through that. She moved to reading level 16 for her class reading book. This book was a little bit harder for her. She stumbled through some of the words. We choral read together and then she read by herself. She did much better the second time. She answered a comprehension question about the book. We ended with her reading her sight words to me.
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Tutoring review by Spencer in Benbrook, TX
I met the student and her mother to discuss where she is in her Biology class. We discussed learning styles, the difficulties she is facing, and what roadblocks are present. I then worked with her to create a cooperative blueprint for our work together that would include the participation of her teacher and mother.
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Tutoring review by Jimmy in Benbrook, TX
We covered dividing and multiplying fractions, inverse operations, and word problems. The student was positive during the session. I gave him a few tips on how multiplication and division are inverses of each other.
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Tutoring review by Allison in Benbrook, TX
Today, we worked on finding the altitude of a right triangle and we went over the Pythagorean Theorem. In doing both of these kinds of problems, we had to simplify square roots. The student seems like a very solid student, and if he is able to talk through the problem, he understands it pretty well. If he does make an error, he often catches himself as he goes along. He began the session a little less confident on simplifying square roots. However, by the end of the session, he had a great handle on these, as we practiced many. I was very impressed with how quickly he sees relationships between numbers. This is a huge asset in solving these types of problems. It not only allows him to solve them more quickly, but it allows him to check his work. I am very impressed with him; he is solid student!
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