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We require the most rigorous qualifications of Galena Park 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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Galena Park is located in the southeastern region of Texas and is a part of the Greater Houston Metropolitan Area. It's a part of Harris County and has a population of about 11,000. In the early 1800s, the city was nothing but a small farming community; however, later in the century, it became a railroad center, and the population rose.

The Galena Park Independent School District is currently the primary school district serving the city. It includes Galena Park High School, which offers Advanced Placement courses and exams to its students. To help you work towards success in your courses, expert online or in-home private tutoring from tutors in Galena Park is offered for both general class instruction and test prep. The top college in the area is Rice University, located in Houston, TX, which is under 30 minutes away. It is consistently ranked within the top 20 universities in the nation. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Galena Park, TX, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

There are plenty of things to do around the area of Galena Park. Being so close to Houston, you have many options if you're looking for a fun day. One of the most popular destinations is The Houston Museum of Natural Science, where there are amazing exhibits ranging from Egyptian history to beautiful gems and minerals. If art is what you're looking for, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a must-see. It features a very large permanent collection and often has special exhibits that are shown for a limited time. Additionally, you can go to the Houston Zoo, where you can see all kinds of exotic animals from around the world.

If you want to go to a sporting event, your best bet is to go to Houston. A great summer destination is Minute Maid Park, where you can see the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball play. If you're more a fan of National League Football, you can head down to NRG Stadium, where you can watch the Houston Texans. During the winter season, fans of the National Basketball Association can go to Toyota Center to watch a Houston Rockets game.

Want to take the next step in your education? Online and in-person Galena Park tutoring might help you stay on top of your test prep. Galena Park, TX, tutors are available to students in the area.

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Tutoring review by Rachel in Galena Park, TX
This evening we mainly focused on the ACT. This was one of the first times the student had really encountered the format of this test, and he was surprised to find that some of the math he had learned a long time ago. What makes these standardized test problems so difficult is the format and understanding what exact math they want the test-taker to do. We worked through much of a practice test and talked about strategies for approaching word problems and when to use a calculator to work most efficiently. This was his first day of school which is exciting, so we talked about what to expect from his new math class as well.
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Tutoring review by Rodney in Galena Park, TX
The student and I worked on least common multiples and greatest common factors. I noticed that she excels with number problems, but misunderstands the word problems. We took some extra time to 'set up' the word problems.
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Tutoring review by Joshua in Galena Park, TX
We covered polynomial functions, graphing, and solving. The student just needed a little practice with applying the theorems.
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Tutoring review by Alonso in Galena Park, TX
The student has a test over polynomials on Friday so we reviewed how to factor them and how to use them in solving word problems. The problems mainly involved area and perimeter and finding values for each that satisfied various conditions. Aside from some mistakes in arithmetic, he has it under control. We talked about how to notice mistakes in algebra before reaching a final answer.
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Tutoring review by Hsiao-harng in Galena Park, TX
We mainly covered arranging numbers from smallest to largest or vice versa. These numbers included whole numbers, fractions, and decimals. He had no problems arranging whole numbers but arranging fractions and decimals stumped him. I showed him some tips and tricks on dealing with fractions and decimals. After that, he was able to do it. Then, we practiced doing word problems.
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Tutoring review by Matthew in Galena Park, TX
This session we specifically covered the English and math portion of the ACT. For the English section, the student struggled with vocabulary the most; many of the answers to the questions were foreign to him. For the math section, he struggled to solve math problems that required him to connect multiple concepts or equations. His attitude was overwhelmingly positive and he worked very hard. Some strategies for the English section were how to narrow our choices down to one or two answers, how to guess definitions of vocabulary based on Latin/ Greek roots, and how to properly use semicolons. For math, we covered basic trigonometry and how to calculate averages. I wanted him to finish taking the English and math practice tests we worked on. After we decided to "race" each other, he answered questions very thoughtfully.
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