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Little Elm is a quickly growing suburb of Dallas, with the population jumping from around 3,600 people in 2000 to approximately 25,900 in 2010. It is still growing rapidly, regularly getting new constructions; the finished population is expected to be over 90,000. The city has many miles of shoreline, attracting people with a variety of water sports.

Three school districts cover the city of Little Elm: Little Elm Independent School District, Frisco Independent School District, and Denton Independent School District. Most students attend Little Elm High School. Looking to advance your education through private tutoring in Little Elm? You may enjoy receiving instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or for test prep. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Little Elm, TX, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice. Nearby higher education facilities include Texas Woman's University and University of North Texas. With the assistance of tutors in Little Elm, TX, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities.

The suburb has many family activities, especially outdoor ones. Little Elm Park is a local favorite, and you may enjoy getting active on the biking and hiking trails. Volleyball courts are also available, allowing you to pick up a quick game. Fishing spots allow you to relax and take a break by the water. The barbecue pits and shelters are perfect for family outings, and the playground could keep the kids busy. In addition, a swimming area is available, and you may love to boat or kayak on the lake. Is wakeboarding your thing? The Hydrous Wakeboard Park is a nice place to improve your skills or learn a new sport. Discover Kayak will let you rent out kayaks so you can get the experience of kayaking without having to buy your own. McCord Park is a new development, with several acres of open space and woods. An 18-hole disc golf course is in the park, along with a playground, picnic area, bike trail, and fishing dock. With all of the educational and recreational opportunities in Little Elm, it's surely the perfect place for your family.

When you're ready to take your education to the next level, online and in-person Little Elm tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep and get the results you desire.

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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Columbia Heights, MN
We went over his trig homework. He's still having a bit of trouble with transformations and with sin and cos functions, but we'll keep practicing. We also did some review for the math placement exam.
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Tutoring review by Dae in Columbia Heights, MN
This was our first session of the school year and this year the student is taking algebra 2/trigonometry. His class has started off the school year with factoring polynomials and absolute value equations. His last algebra class was a couple years ago and he had some difficulty with factoring equations with x or y as a denominator and absolute value equations. Asking him to explain his work and have him point out any errors worked really well and he has become quite sharp at recognizing errors in the problem solving process. Utilizing tutorial sites also seemed to work really well. Next session I am planning on bringing some subject matter worksheets and I walked him through a website and how to get free practice problems by subject. Factoring complex algebraic equations will likely be the primary focus for upcoming sessions.
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Tutoring review by Connor in Columbia Heights, MN
In today's session, the students and I worked through another set of selected practice problems that covered each of the four sections of the exam. I increased the difficulty of questions across the board, and determined that the students still need continued practice with regards to complex vocabulary. As previously stated, I had no issues with keeping both students focused and engaged in the material. Both asked good questions after each question they missed. In the time that I spent lecturing, I mainly discussed volume and surface area formulas for three dimensional solids like cubes, pyramids, and cones. For extra practice, I would recommend continued use of the online resources. They have progressed noticeably in terms of speed and accuracy since our first meeting.
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Tutoring review by Moataz in Columbia Heights, MN
We covered extrema of a function, relative and absolute. We also covered Rolle's Theorem, the mean value theorem, first derivative test, and second derivative test. The student is now familiar with these concepts. He has an assignment that he is using for practice.
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Tutoring review by Shawn in Columbia Heights, MN
I was happy to hear that the student continued to review the material we had gone over last week and had passes his recent government test. Today he had quite a bit of math homework that took the rest of our session. He had two worksheets that involved time-consuming problems. Each problem had to be solved, then graphed appropriately. At first he could not recall how to set up these sorts of problems. We reviewed the concept and walked through a few problems together. He remembered how to do those problems and was able to complete them with prompts. By the end of the second worksheet, he was able to do the problems correctly without help.
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Tutoring review by Charlie in Columbia Heights, MN
We covered ratios and similar triangles. I had the student work independently more than I usually do to make him think a little harder. He did very well overall, and he understands multiple ways to do these problems.
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