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Greenville, Texas, is a city of 27,000 people, and was a prominent town during many conflicts in the United States. The city is named after Thomas J. Green, who was a general of the Texas Army in the war of independence between Mexico and Texas. It was also the location of people who were instrumental during the Civil War, including State Senator and attorney of Greenville, Martin D. Hart, who was a very significant Unionist.

The city has many great academic opportunities for every student. Greenville High School is one of four schools in its district, Greenville Independent School District. Texas A&M University-Commerce is a great university right in the nearby town of Commerce. This school is just a short twenty-minute drive away. A Greenville, TX, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice. If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online and in-person tutoring in Greenville might help you improve in your test prep.

Greenville has fantastic activities for the whole family. One of the most popular attractions is the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum. Audie Murphy was an American Veteran of World War II, who was the most decorated veteran of the time. The museum focuses on the county's history in the cotton business and the experiences of local heroes like Audie Murphy. You can experience life in the early days of Greenville, during the height of the cotton era, and learn what life was like for those who served in world War II. For a great outdoor adventure, Splash Kingdom is another of the city's many family-friendly places. It's pool is a great way to escape the intense Texas heat! This enormous park has many different pools and slides for everyone in the family to enjoy. The park has many fun features that make it a whole day's adventure. After a fun day at the pool or museum, stop at Corner Street for great food! It is a popular place to eat and have a wide variety of foods from sandwiches, pizza, or wings. The most popular meal is the BLT.

Online or in-home tutoring in Greenville might benefit anyone who wishes to have private one-on-one instruction for their test prep or school work. Skilled in-person or online Greenville tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. 

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Tutoring review by Lyra in Greenville, TX
The student and I specifically covered her recent quiz on solving equations with radicals/rational exponents, as well as a review for the entire chapter that she is about to be tested on. We looked at properties for combining and simplifying rational exponents as well as best orders for doing so. Her biggest struggle was in understanding how to go about simplifying radicals, and then specifically rewriting terms in an appropriate/standard order. We took the time to really look at it and let her work through a few examples and she eventually came to her own understanding of how to do it correctly - big triumph! At the end of the session we reviewed the problem solving skills we practiced when going over the quiz at the beginning, and she showed noticeable improvement in her approach. I left her with the homework that she should work on memorizing the squares of 2-9, cubes of 2-5, and fourths of 2 and 3 since these are commonly occurring and speed up the work significantly when you know them. She seemed in good spirits by the end!
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Tutoring review by Randy in Greenville, TX
The student and I went over specific problems from class. With the AP exam coming up, the solidification of concepts is needed. She is still very enthusiastic and ready to learn every session. For next time, we will be doing more AP problems for more practice.
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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Greenville, TX
I assisted the student with his geometry review. We went over parts of circles, triangle similarities, and different geometry formulas. He is almost done with his geometry review, which he is planning on finishing tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Elaine in Greenville, TX
The student started with a timed session of 12 problems in a minute. We reviewed addition and subtraction fact families. I showed her how to use the multiplication chart when she got stumped, and how you count from one section to the next. We did four multiplication fact wheels. We worked on the 11 facts, 10 facts, and we ended with the 7 facts.
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Tutoring review by Edgar in Greenville, TX
The student is doing a good job at understanding the concepts during the tutoring session. Today, we went over the present subjunctive along with going over vocabulary from previous weeks. We learned the difference between when to use the present progressive and when to use the present subjunctive. The subjunctive is used when expressing desires, emotions or influence. As always, the student took pictures of the textbook to go over.
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Tutoring review by Charles in Greenville, TX
Today we covered the last section of the review material from the review book, and took on the review questions from the book. In addition, we went over a practice US History exam.
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