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Gaston County is located in North Carolina, and its county seat is Gastonia. Dallas was the former county seat of Gaston, and it served this role from 1846 through 1911. This country is also a part of the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area, and it is the third biggest county in this metropolitan area. The first settlers of Gaston County were English, Scots Irish, and Pennsylvania Dutch, and in the 1750s, a Dutch settler named James Kuykendall established the first permanent community in the area. The county was eventually founded in 1846.

Many students in the county live in Gastonia, which has several secondary institutions that include the Highland School of Technology, Forestview High, and Hunter Huss High. The Gaston County Schools District administers all of these high schools.

You'll find Charlotte just to the east of Gaston County, and this large city hosts many excellent colleges and universities. A few of these esteemed institutions include Johnson C. Smith University, the Charlotte School of Law, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and Queens University of Charlotte. Are you looking for private instruction to help you get into your top college? Online or in-home test prep tutoring in Gaston County, NC, is available to help you work towards your goals. Tutors in Gaston County, NC, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential.

Gastonia offers many attractions and fun spots to check out. One of these spots is The Schiele Museum of Natural History, which is family-friendly and has something for everyone. Here, you can learn about the Stone Age, dinosaurs, geology, and many more fascinating and educational topics. You'll also find Martha Rivers Park in Gastonia, which is the perfect place to spend an afternoon outside. There are plenty of walking trails at this park, as well as soccer fields and baseball fields.

Belmont is also a part of Gaston County, and it has its own worthwhile destinations. One of its most popular locations is the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, which contains over 380 acres of beautiful flora and fauna.

A private Gaston County tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. To potentially improve your score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Gaston County tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels.

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Tutoring review by Justin in Gaston County, NC
The student and I reviewed some homework problems from his textbook about implicit differentiation, marginal profits and revenues, and derivatives. He seemed very sharp and willing to learn the material.
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Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Gaston County, NC
Today we started to work through the review material. We reviewed concepts that they learned at the beginning of the year, and worked to memorize formulas and properties that are repeatedly on the test. Once we discussed the setup of the problem, the students were able to solve most of the problems. We will continue the review at our next session.
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Tutoring review by Meghan in Gaston County, NC
The student and I started by going through critical reading passages. We went through questions involving the purpose of quotes and/or phrases. In general, he is doing better on the extended reasoning questions. We went through a few quick math problems; I had him do counting, primes, odd/even, and selecting values for variable questions.
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Tutoring review by Yiyu in Gaston County, NC
We have covered word problems, inequalities and visualizing inequalities on number lines. The student was struggling with the word problems and had questions about number lines, but I believe she now feels more comfortable about these. Skills of simplifying the word problems (take notes and organize the information) have been included. We have agreed on that she can always send me her homework/ quiz/ test throughout the week for me to evaluate, and hence we can faster focus on the areas that need most attention in the next session. The session was productive overall and the student was focused and hardworking. I believe we will soon see bigger progress.
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Tutoring review by Christian in Gaston County, NC
We covered chapter 3 (Migration). The student did well on the questions at the end of the session and once they were explained, she seemed comfortable with the material. One skill we worked on was reading graphs. She struggled with this at first, but this is something that I am going to introduce more and more as we move on.
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Tutoring review by Travis in Gaston County, NC
The student read an editorial over current events and wrote a summary of the editorial. The editorial was surprisingly difficult and complex, and took some background research for him to accomplish. He did pretty well with what he has written so far. He is improving in his ability to logically structure summaries. He even asked if he could outline the paper.
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