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Englewood is the twenty-third most populous city in Colorado, and it is located in the South Platte River Valley near Front Range and Denver. The city traces its history directly back to the Gold Rush, when William Green Russell discovered gold there in 1858. Currently, Englewood is a city that contains its own park, library, and public works systems.

Englewood is home to the Englewood Public Schools (EPS) District, which contains two high schools (Englewood High and Colorado's Finest Alternative High School). The city is also near a number of great colleges in Denver, which include the University of Colorado-Denver, the University of Denver, and the Metropolitan State University of Denver. UC-Denver is ranked by US News as the 199th best university in the country, and the University of Denver is ranked at 86th. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Englewood, CO, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online. You have the opportunity to get into these great schools with a little bit of assistance, and you can easily further your own educational or career goals. Want to feel more confident about your educational possibilities? With private tutoring in Englewood, CO, you could receive the kind of test prep and instruction you might need, whether it's in-home or online. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Englewood, CO, for test prep and help with course material.

Englewood is home to a variety of fun activities that can be taken advantage of by its residents and visitors. If you are looking for an entertaining time, you can check out the Pirate Cove Family Fun Aquatic Center, Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, the Gothic Theatre, and the Epic Escape Game (where you can choose from a number of different rooms, and gather clues to figure out how to make your escape). The Front Range Ski Bus also provides the great service of escorting its clients to various ski areas in the winter and frequently makes stops at Red Rocks for concerts.

Another great family-friendly location is the Museum of Outdoor Arts. This quaint venue features an outdoor sculpture garden collection at Marjorie Park, and its physical location is located at the Englewood Civic Center. The museum has indoor galleries with rotating exhibits, so there's always something new to check out.

If you're looking to attend one of the fantastic schools around Englewood, then get started with your preparation today. Tutors in Englewood, CO, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential.

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Tutoring review by Nainesh in Englewood, CO
Today was my first meeting with the student since the beginning of school. She is doing very well in her studies, and we covered a basis for Geometry and Chemistry. We will be meeting again on Sunday to cover more topics.  She has a renewed value of and attitude for school, which was really cool to see.  I think she will do much better this semester/year in school.
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Tutoring review by Seyed in Englewood, CO
The student and I started by discussing vocabulary at the beginning before doing strategies on a few verbal passages. We finished the day with Math strategies and also worked out some questions from that section. We are scheduled to meet on Sunday at the same time.
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Tutoring review by Lee in Englewood, CO
Made a plan to study for his algebra final. There are 5 chapters so we reviewed the first 2. I assigned the practice problems for those chapters and for him to look over the last (current) chapter. Next time we will do the 3rd and 4th chapters.
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Tutoring review by Patricia in Englewood, CO
Today, we worked through the assignments together.  In critical reading, the student did much better than before. She has a strong logical capability and can often arrive at the correct choice through elimination and deduction. She also did generally well on the math problems. In between the reading and math activities, we did some quick exercises from among the writing and editing items. She also did well there. This was our last session because she takes the assessment on October 16. Her odds of doing better are very good. As with previous sessions, she was thoughtful and hardworking.
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Tutoring review by Emily in Englewood, CO
The student and I discussed his organization techniques, which I will discuss with his mother next week. We also worked on the organization of his thoughts for his social studies paper.
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Tutoring review by James in Englewood, CO
The student's current homework was on first order linear differential equations. I showed him the process of finding the integrating factor, multiplying the whole given equation by it, and then rewriting the LHS of the equation in terms of the derivative of (integrating factor times y). He understood the process well after a few simple examples. There were small mistakes when the coefficient of y was a little more complicated, but he was able to work through them after some explanation. I also gave him some context for differential equations: back in algebra, you have some stuff happening to a number on the LHS, and a known quantity on the RHS. You have to try to figure out what number satisfies that. In differential equations, instead of having stuff happen to a number, you have stuff happening to a function and its derivative, and you have to use calculus to determine what function satisfies your initial problem.
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