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The city of Crystal is located in southeastern Minnesota. It is a part of Hennepin County and has a population of about 23,000. The town was originally settled in the 1800s, when people came from the city of Minneapolis to live in a more rural setting. It later became a suburb, and attracted more people who wanted to escape the big city.

The Robbinsdale Public School District is the primary one serving Crystal, and it includes Riverside High School. Whether you're falling behind in class or want to ace that big exam, an online and in-person Crystal tutoring session will provide you one-on-one attention that could help you work to stay ahead of your peers with your test prep and class work. One top college in the area is the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, which is ranked in the top 70 of colleges nationwide. Private tutoring in Crystal, MN, 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.

There are a few things for you and your family to enjoy in and around the area of Crystal. One of the most popular places to go is Steve O's restaurant and bar, where you can get some of the best wings in the Twin Cities. If you're interested in a more relaxing way to spend an afternoon, Pure Touch Massage Therapy offers many different ways to take a load off your shoulder. Additionally, the short drive to Minneapolis gives you access to amazing attractions, such as the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Guthrie Theater, and the Mill City Museum.

Being so close to the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, sports fans have a lot of options if they want to attend an event. A great summer destination is Target Field, where you can see Major League Baseball's Minnesota Twins play. National Football League fans can also travel to TCF Bank Stadium to watch the Vikings play. During the cold seasons, you can go to Target Center to so the National Basketball Association's Minnesota Timberwolves play, or if hockey is what you're looking for, you can go see the Minnesota Wild of the National Hockey League play.

Hoping to further your education through private instruction? Tutors in Crystal look forward to tutoring you for your course or test prep, either in-home or online, and are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential.

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Tutoring review by Lindsey in Crystal, MN
The student and I discussed unit conversions (customary-metric) and probability. I made sure to position the content in a broader context, and we he was able to complete his homework related to those areas.
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Tutoring review by Ivan in Crystal, MN
Tonight the student and I started working on finding the volume of solids with cross-sections and whose bases are bounded by functions. He seemed to be struggling a bit with this topic, and he has a project coming up on it, so we went back and started with an easy example to establish the basics. He followed pretty well, but he could use some more practice. I sent him a link to some examples that he could look over, and we will continue learning these at our next session.
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Tutoring review by Saman in Crystal, MN
Today I worked on mostly geometry with the student. We went ahead a little bit so he would be better prepared for class. He also did his Spanish homework.
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Tutoring review by Dior in Crystal, MN
The student and I worked on reading and writing at the 3rd grade level. We began by reviewing two packets of notecards that he had made, one of which he had already completed successfully. The new packet proved to be not much of a challenge for him, beyond the occasional slip up! We then moved on to reading a book about bugs that he has read before. This is an area that could use improvement. He can understand words on their own pretty well, but stringing them together into a sentence to read becomes a bit challenging for him. Afterwards, we reviewed the alphabet and played an intense game of hangman!
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Tutoring review by Cynthia in Crystal, MN
I met with the student on Thursday. She informed me that she will have a test on Tuesday. We discussed Chapter 4, Lessons 1 - 6 as covered by her teacher. These lessons covered operations with exponents, the least common multiple, greatest common factor, prime factorization, and division of exponents. We reviewed these skills, and I clarified the difference between finding the LCM and GCD.
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Tutoring review by Jenna in Crystal, MN
This evening, we continued our work on geometric and arithmetic sequences. The concept of non-geometric/ arithmetic sequences was also introduced on this homework, but was not taught in class due to a scheduling conflict with math extracurriculars. The student and I were able to get through the two difficult problem on material that has not yet been taught. She did exceptionally well with the rest of the problem set. I am very pleased to see her applying some of the skills we've gone over (e.g. using exponent rules to simplify explicit sequence equations) in session to in-class work. She also expressed that she feels more prepared for class due to our work together, which is of course wonderful!
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