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Circle Pines, MN, has a population of about 5,000 residents. The city is a member of Anoka County. Downtown Minneapolis is only 20 miles from Circle Pines. 

Centennial High School is the town's primary High School. The school is part of the Centennial Public School District, and is ranked in the top 40 schools in Minnesota, which may help to give students an edge when applying to college. However, the only way to be assured of college entrance is achieving great grades and test scores. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Circle Pines? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. The nearby University of Minnesota-Twin Cities is a great option for students aiming for the top. The school was ranked within the top 70 colleges in the nation. Top schools like this are not out of your grasp if you reach out to private tutors in Circle Pines, MN, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep.

Circle Pines is a great place to explore, so take a break from studying and see what the town has to offer. You can start off with a relaxing day at Golden Lake Park, and has a wide variety of things to do. The beautiful lake offers a beach for park visitors, and the sandy shore is perfect for a sunny summer day. There is also a fishing pier that's separated from the swimming area, so you can cast a line and relax in the sun. Sports players can choose between the volleyball, tennis, and basketball courts within the park. Be sure to catch a live concert at the park during the summer months. The parks department puts on a series of music nights for the community each summer, so keep an eye on the local listings. Another great venue for sports lovers is the Centennial Sports Arena. The building has an Olympic-size ice rink and seating for 1,000 people. You can watch a local team play from the comfort of the arena's seats.

Circle Pines has a lot to offer fans of the outdoors and sports, but it is also a great place to attend school. Tutors in Circle Pines, MN, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential. Enlist the help of Circle Pines tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. 

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Tutoring review by Alexander in Circle Pines, MN
We practiced solving difficult trigonometric and exponential integration problems by using the u-substitution method. By the end of the session, I was giving the student difficult problems which he was able to solve on his own.
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Tutoring review by Nasim in Circle Pines, MN
We studied Quest # 2 and did the practice problems, and kept 2 for homework. We went over the HW from last week and checked the answers. We studied exponent rules and square root operations. The student is going to finish checkpoint 2 and extra homework. She is going to also receive some problems regarding exponents.
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Tutoring review by Liam in Circle Pines, MN
We went over the student's much improved, more clear essay and then worked through a math section and a verbal section. She is a creative thinker that finds good ways to remember vocab words so I am confident she will make a lot of progress there.
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Tutoring review by Barbara in Circle Pines, MN
Today, the student had more math logic problems from school. We worked on creating a chart to help her predict the continuing outcome of a changing pattern (e.g. 1,3,7,15,__,__). We also worked on reading fluency. She read a passage as fluently as she could, while I timed her and did a word count. She read 100 words in 1 minute, with 2 errors., creating a correct word reading count of 98 words per minute. She then completed the reading and gave an accurate summary of the story.
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Tutoring review by John in Circle Pines, MN
Today the student and I covered more on linear equations, specifically in the context of maximizing profit margins. She had a worksheet of three problems and we did the first two together and then she did the last problem by herself to verify that she understood the material. She did well with the last problem and is confident that she understands the material now. She says the class is going much better and that she did very well on a recent test as a result of the tutoring.
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Tutoring review by Chris in Circle Pines, MN
The student and I worked on integration during this session. His class is just getting into the topic, so the content was mostly related to the initial workup towards integration. We spent a little time working on Riemann sums and evaluation summations of polynomial functions. Then, we began going over the basic properties of definite integrals, including analyzing them as the limit of a summation. The rest of the session was spent doing problems from his homework set. The vast majority of the problems were quite easy for him, as they simply relied on applying the basic properties of integrals such as distribution and multiplication by a constant. Towards the end of the session, we skipped forward in order to work through an integral-as-limit problem, which was more challenging. Overall, he did not seem to struggle with the material and should be well equipped for the upcoming general integration sections.
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