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Dallas, NC, is the oldest incorporated town in Gaston County. It was named after George M. Dallas, who was Vice President under James K. Polk. Approximately 4,500 people call the city home.

The Gaston County School District has two public secondary schools in the town, which are North Gaston High and Gaston Early College High School. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Dallas tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. Online and in-person Dallas tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep. Some of the closest top colleges include Belmont Abbey College in Belmont and Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte. Conveniently, Dallas, NC, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

Many excellent family opportunities can be found in Dallas. Do you like old homes? The Hoyle Historic Homestead is the oldest home in Gaston County, dating all the way back to the late 1700s. The Robinson Catfish Lake has a comfortable, family-friendly atmosphere to enjoy some of the best fishing of your life. Prize fishing is offered, and events are regularly held to bring community members in to have fun and meet new friends. The Gaston County Park at Dallas has pavilions perfect for family gatherings or other informal events. Softball fields are also available, along with equestrian show ring facilities, playground equipment, walking trails, lighted tennis courts, three lakes for fishing, and an amphitheater for concerts put on throughout the year.

Do you like to learn about history and the area around you? You should visit the Gaston County Museum of Art and History. The museum is dedicated to finding, preserving, and displaying the history of Gaston County for present and future generations to learn about and enjoy. Exploring the museum, you will see historical artifacts and documents to supplement your learning and make the experience more interesting. The museum also hosts many events, including concerts in the summer, lectures, and educational camps on a variety of topics and skills.

Are you trying to get into an excellent school to take your education to the next level? Connecting with a Dallas, NC, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most prestigious schools.

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Tutoring review by Mualla in Dallas, NC
We have covered similar triangles and solved 8 problems by using two methods are drawing a picture and setting up proportions. After an example he drew and set up the proportions by himself. He is doing calculation pretty fast which is pretty impressive. I have not seen a student doing operations that much quick in big numbers which helps him to save time a lot. We went over the last quiz he took and made corrections over it. We need to do a little more work on the Pythagorean theorem to figure out the missing side in right triangle. It was helpful for him to diagnose right, acute or obtuse angles by looking at given sides.
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Tutoring review by Mehreen in Dallas, NC
The student recently found out about a test (this Friday) on right triangles, so we reviewed her textbook questions on those sections, mostly word problems. I gave her tips and formulas to remember for the test. She has retained a lot of the information we went over a week ago!
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Tutoring review by Logan in Dallas, NC
Today, the student and I covered everything that would be on tomorrow's test. This included: factoring, order of operations, solving linear equations, finding slopes, proportion equations, finding the domain of a function, and adding similar terms. He did all of the above correctly and efficiently and I feel he will do well on tomorrow's test. I do recommend doing more examples of order of operations and domain of function problems, but that would be to just reinforce what we practiced earlier.
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Tutoring review by William in Dallas, NC
We worked together over the first two sections of a practice test. The student did very well with the more challenging concepts.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Dallas, NC
We spent time going over the various theorems and corollaries associated with chords, arcs and angles within a circles. We then applied them to various problems. Solving right triangles was an integral part of the solving process, so we reviewed that and incorporated Pythagorean triples when possible. The session went very well.
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Tutoring review by Francis in Dallas, NC
We continued working on the student's practice test covering statistical process control and descriptive statistics. While the student is grasping the concepts, she needs help learning how to use Minitab to conduct the statistical analysis.
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