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Dickinson, Texas, is a city within Galveston County, and is a part of the larger Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. The city is named after John Dickinson, since the area is located on a tract of land granted to him in 1824. Dickinson grew in 1905 when an Italian ambassador convinced around 150 Italians to move from the east coast to Texas, and the population grew even more due to its proximity to Texas City and the Johnson Space Center.

The Dickinson Independent School District manages the three secondary institutions in the city, with one of the better-known ones being Dickinson High School. The city of Houston is just under 30-miles to the northwest of Dickinson, and there you can find a number of excellent colleges and universities. Some of the incredible schools that you can choose to attend there are the University of Houston, the University of St. Thomas, Rice University, and Texas Southern University. Conveniently, Dickinson, TX, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools. A Dickinson, TX, tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals.

You'll be able to explore numerous attractions and wondrous spots in Dickinson and the communities surrounding it. One must-stop Dickinson destination is the Bay Area Raceway, which is fun for adults and kids alike. There, you can ride go-karts, play around in an arcade, and even challenge your friends to a round of laser tag. For a great educational experience, make sure you visit the Dickinson Historical Society Depot Museum. This museum has several restored buildings that communicate the heritage of the city, and it has a huge collection of memorabilia and artifacts. Informative daily tours are also offered.

Nearby League City also has a pleasant variety of areas to check out, and it is just a mere ten-minute drive outside of Dickinson. A serene spot to spend some time outside is the Walter Hall Park, where you can take advantage of picnic areas, bike paths, large green spaces, and soccer fields. Every May, the park hosts a music festival complete with carnival rides, a parade, and other celebratory activities.

If you're looking to get ahead in school, Dickinson tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today. Dickinson tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam.

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Tutoring review by Frank in Dickinson, TX
Today, the student I worked on a ELA assignment on Roman Plebeians. I gave him tips on how to identify and find the critical ideas of a passage, by reviewing the questions at the end of the text first. We also reviewed an upcoming paper where he will need to make an "argument" to prove a perspective.
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Tutoring review by Phil in Dickinson, TX
The student reported that she had had a test and that it went pretty well. We reviewed problems on proportions and reasoning, followed by application problems. Next we reviewed problems on arithmetic and geometric sequences.
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Tutoring review by Greg in Dickinson, TX
Our focus is now on preparing for the student's upcoming final exams - a written portion and a multiple choice portion. The written portion is on Tuesday next week. He had two worksheets that reviewed Ch 6 (solving inequalities, graphing inequalities, and graphing systems of inequalities) and Ch 7 (exponents rules and scientific notation). We talked through each problem to review the material together. Overall, he seemed that have a good grasp of inequalities. We talked through in more detail how to determine whether to shade above or below the graph. After finishing with the review worksheets, I had him do some practice problems that I had prepared in advance. The student did well on the inequality questions, the exponents questions, and finally the transformations questions (Ch 8). We will continue at our next session with reviewing transformations, functions (Ch 9), and quadratics (Ch 10).
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Tutoring review by Patricia in Dickinson, TX
We worked with a great assortment of flashcards. The theme was verbs SER and ESTAR in present tense and past tense. He enjoyed working with flashcards and we will continue working this way.
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Tutoring review by Thomas in Dickinson, TX
This week the student and I worked some more on her math facts. She's such a bright student, and it's always a pleasure working with her.
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Tutoring review by Anthony in Dickinson, TX
The student and I went over specific review problems that she had for me. She was struggling with some algebra 2 concepts such as factoring or exponents, but understood calculus terms generally well. She had a positive attitude, and was left to continue practicing for an additional session.
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