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The City of Carrollton can be found right in the core of the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX area. It's considered to be an exciting residential and business community. More than 9,000 local businesses are owned and operated in this city, which is in large part because of its convenient location and affordable cost of running a business. Locals stay in the area because of its cozy neighborhoods, numerous parks, schools, and quality of life. It's a big city with an alluring small-town feel, where community, church, and family still come first in life.

Carrollton's five public high schools and one alternative high school are members of the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District, which serves more than 26,000 students. Creekview High School, the highest ranked in the district, has a student-teacher ratio of 15:1. It earned a silver medal for its college-prep programs and state-required test performance. Why not turn to tutoring to ensure high test scores? Tutors in Carrollton, TX, are a great way to work to improve.

It's second highest ranked, Early College High School, has a 99 percent graduation rate. Ranchview High School and Smith High School both have 97 percent graduation rates, with Turner High School having a 94 percent graduation rate. Brookhaven College is just five miles away, and Argosy University-Dallas is just six miles away, with numerous colleges within 40 miles. So, whether you're headed for a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Carrollton, TX, tutor is a good idea to help you with test prep and courses.

There are some really cool things to do in Carrollton, TX, including events sponsored by the city and local parks and recreations department. Some of the local community activities include aquatics, golfing at Indian Creek Golf Club, A.W. Perry Homestead Museum, two recreations centers, Crosby and Rosemeade, tennis at the Municipal Facility Oak Creek, baseball, volleyball, racquetball, basketball, and flag football. There are also many senior activities. Students in this quaint city near Dallas use local activities and events to stay active, but they're also dedicated to graduating high school and moving on to college.

Living in Carrollton means residing in a community where parents and students care about quality education and high test scores. Private tutoring in Carrollton, TX, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school in this Texas city. So, if you are worried about that big exam coming up, online or in-person tutoring in Carrollton, TX, could help you get ahead in your test prep.

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Tutoring review by Michael in Carrollton, TX
The student and I made some real progress with writing algebraic expressions from verbal statements. In between working on that, we reviewed order-of-operations with a few advanced problems.
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Tutoring review by Brett in Carrollton, TX
Reviewed results of client's timed Prep Test, for which his scaled score was 157 (3+ points below his goal). Began to analyze answers question by question so that client can understand why he answered questions incorrectly, and which questions he struggles with most (client will independently complete this process for entire Prep Test). This preliminary analysis demonstrated that client's current areas that need attention are in grouping games (particularly those with unbalanced numerical distributions), assumption questions, and method of reasoning/flaw in the reasoning questions. I reinforced the techniques of advanced setups for the Logic Games, particularly creating templates and identifying a limited set of solutions when appropriate. I encouraged client to review the strategies for these specific question types prior to his next Prep Test, which client stated he will take on Friday, 12/23.
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Tutoring review by Carolyn in Carrollton, TX
We went over some math concepts that she had had trouble with: rationalizing expressions, function notation, and the equations for common graphs. Then we talked about strategies to manage her time, and practiced on an exam.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Carrollton, TX
We sang several songs on a CD from a previous tutor, including "La mar estaba serena", "Grande y chiquito", and "Mam? y Pap?".  Though the girls knew a lot of the words, they didn't always know the meaning of what they were singing, so we talked through each song.   I read through "?Donde est? Spot?" by Eric Hill, and then the girls read through the book on their own.  It covered some prepositions of location and animal names.  We finished up by playing charades with the emotion cards made in a previous lesson.
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Tutoring review by Katherine in Carrollton, TX
The student and I met to go over a chapter of the Trojan War book for her Latin class.  We focused on the strategy of how to keep characters straight and how to analyze which events in the narrative are of primary importance. Ordering events by importance is an important skill, and understanding how the author highlights these events is crucial. We looked at the impact of the death of Achilles' friend, for instance, to go back and see how the events leading up to his death held special significance. If the person killed wearing Achilles' armor were not his best friend, then the event has less importance.
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Tutoring review by Lauren in Carrollton, TX
During this session we continued working on 4-digit subtraction with regrouping. The student did very well with this. She has improved in remembering to show her work. I feel comfortable moving on to different subjects as she has shown independence with this topic.
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