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Dallas, Georgia, is located in Paulding County. The city has a population of approximately 13,000. The name comes from Vice President George M. Dallas, who served under President James K. Polk. Dallas is the home town to country music legend Patty Loveless. The city is located just 35 miles from Atlanta.

Just 20 miles away, Marietta is home to three high schools ranked among the top 20 in the state. Walton High School, Lassiter High School, and Pope High School are all located in the Cobb County School District. Private tutors in Dallas can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. An online and in-person Dallas 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. Just 35 miles away, Atlanta is home to a number of top colleges and universities, including Emory University, Georgia State University, and Morehouse College. Private tutoring in Dallas, GA, 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.

Dallas is home to several historical markers, including the Paulding County Historical Society and Schoolhouse Museum. The museum offers exhibits of historical artifacts of Paulding County and also sells books on the history of the area. As the name implies, the museum is housed in the first schoolhouse in Dallas. It is open for tours the first and third Saturday each month and is available for group tours upon request; admission is only one dollar for children. The historic Dallas Courthouse is another one of these historical landmarks open to the public. The courthouse includes the Paulding Fine Arts Association, which features a fine art gallery, gift shop, and art studios. You can schedule a tour of the gallery for large groups or stop in for an art workshop or class. The association is also a part of the annual Fall Fest held each October. The festival is family-oriented and is located in downtown Dallas. Featuring music, artwork, crafts, dancing, entertainment, a bounce house, kid's activities, local food vendors, and local business booths for shopping, the festival has something for everyone.

Is your goal to become a student at one of the many top colleges or universities in nearby Atlanta? One-on-one tutoring in Dallas, GA, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams, giving you a competitive edge for college acceptance.

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Tutoring review by Christopher in Dallas, GA
We covered a 4-page test review sheet which included topics such as: system of equations, finding the equation of a line with slope and intercept, finding the intersection of two lines, exponent rules (multiplying coefficients and variables, raising exponents to another exponent, and distributing exponents across parentheses), adding variables, and factoring. He seemed to need brief refreshing on setting up and solving system of equations but quickly demonstrated great proficiency. Finding the equation of a line, given coordinates in a table, was something that he needed to go through step by step and appeared to have not quite mastered. He understood the concepts as we walked through the problems and demonstrated good knowledge of slope and intercept, as well as the two main equations of a line. I wrote down some steps for him to follow to remember how to solve these kind of math problems. He has an exceptional ability to factor variables. We covered the different types of questions and concepts on the review, and I left the rest for him to do for practice. All in all, he had a very good attitude, demonstrated good understanding, and asked good questions. With practice, I believe he should do well on his test.
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Tutoring review by Stefan in Dallas, GA
We went over the student's science fair project. We brainstormed ideas for the project and came up with one that tested common foods for acidity in order to see how much it took for food to affect the acidity of the body. We also went over the periodic table and reviewed mixtures, compounds, and matter.
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Tutoring review by Zain in Dallas, GA
We went over some difficult logarithm problems and then augmented matrices. I guessed what the student's material for today was going to be, and we worked ahead in her last session, which led to her getting extra credit on her test today!
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Tutoring review by Dina in Dallas, GA
Today, we worked on derivatives of inverse trigonometric functions and completed most of the test review problems the student had in preparation for the upcoming test. Finally, we reviewed the mistakes the student made on her recent quiz.
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Tutoring review by Usama in Dallas, GA
Helped the student in solving his midterm review paper. We reviewed around 60 questions, and he solved around 60 questions from the paper. He has considerably improved.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Dallas, GA
The student already flew through his newest practice test, so I went back through the book and dug up some more math practice questions. Out of 31 questions he missed 4 (2 on percent, 2 on fractions). The 4 that he missed on this drill also had to do with percents and fractions, so I ended the session by having him do a percents drill. He started the session by completing the reading comp practice section that he had started last week. He got 20/24 correct. He then started a math achievement practice section.
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