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We require the most rigorous qualifications of Douglas County tutors, in addition to a background check. Only a tiny fraction of those candidates who apply ultimately make it through our demanding interview process. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

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Douglas County, Nebraska, has a population of approximately 518,000. It is the state's most populous county and includes the largest city in the state, Omaha. The county is part of the Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA metropolitan area.

Douglas County is home to the number one ranked school in the state, Elkhorn South High School. The High School is located in Omaha and is within the Elkhorn Public School District. If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Douglas County are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. You may enjoy working with Douglas County tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. Located within the county are several colleges and universities, including the University of Nebraska Omaha, Creighton University, and Clarkson College. With Douglas County, NE, tutoring in-home or online, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into these top schools, especially through private instruction for test prep.

As the state's largest county, Douglas County offers residents a wide variety of recreational and educational options. Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium features 130 acres of exhibits, including gardens, indoor and outdoor areas, an IMAX theater for educational videos, and interactive exhibits. The zoo caters to families and children and has day camps, field trip programs, scout programs, clubs, birthday parties, and campouts. You can also attend a class at the zoo to learn more about the animals, their habitats, and how they are taken care of. Classes are offered for every age level and allow children to explore the different types of professions available for animal lovers. The Omaha Children's Museum is also located in the county. The museum provides hands-on exhibits and children's educational programs. Exhibits rotate throughout the year and also include several permanent exhibits as well. Children can also attend summer camps at the museum, with a different theme for each camp session. The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is in Omaha and provides an ever-changing display of art. The center has started the Community Arts program; the program aims at increasing community awareness and appreciation of contemporary art.

Do you want to attend college, but stay close to home? Douglas County offers several options for higher education locally. A tutor in Douglas County, NE, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes, giving you a competitive edge for college.

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Tutoring review by Andrew in Douglas County, NE
The student didn't have any major homework that needed to be worked on, so I worked with him on the skill of being able to find the M.A.D. of a number set. We worked on a number of various examples from this skill and he showed that he is able to pick up new ideas extremely quickly. At the end of our session, he realized that he needed to get quizzed on half lives for science. We worked on that for the remaining 30 minutes of the session. I also gave him a tool for the next week or so since we will not be meeting next week. The website was focused on estimation and number sense. I see tremendous progress each and every week and continue to be very impressed with him and his work ethic.
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Tutoring review by Zachary in Douglas County, NE
We covered parent functions of quadratics. We did a brief review of vertex form vs standard form and then covered concepts related to parabolas like axis of symmetry. The student didn't struggle with today's material too much and had a good attitude. Test taking strategies were covered (eliminating obviously wrong answers first) and I reminded her of what a credit hour means to the university (3 hours of outside class time for every credit hour) in order to help motivate her to work hard outside of class.
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Tutoring review by Leslie in Douglas County, NE
We played a Jeopardy game that I made with flash cards. It had 17 questions in total and covered material that we have been going over for the past few weeks, so it was a fun way to review. The student seemed to enjoy it. It covered factoring, exponents, shapes, scientific notation, etc. He has significantly improved on his factoring skills since we first started having sessions.
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Tutoring review by Brandon in Douglas County, NE
We covered adding fractions with whole numbers. We also went over the work over area that I left her last week. The student let me know of another good grade she received.
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Tutoring review by Eli in Douglas County, NE
Today we reviewed addition of fractions and the conversion of improper fractions into proper fractions. We then reviewed analog clock reading and word problems related to time.
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Tutoring review by Katie in Douglas County, NE
The student and I warmed up by playing a problem solving game together and we continued this game during the breaks throughout our session. We then reviewed the order of operations and did practice problems while explaining our thought process behind each solution. We then moved on to reviewing complex addition and subtraction. We will cover multiplication and division next week before her school year starts.
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