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Inola is a town in the northeastern region of Oklahoma. It is a part of Rogers County, is within the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, and has a population of about 2000. The town was originally founded when the Missouri Pacific Railway built a railroad through the area, and it was built as a midpoint between Wagoner, OK, and Kansas.

The main school district serving the city is the Inola School District. It includes Inola High School, which gives its students the opportunity to take Advanced Placement courses and exams. Whether you want to improve your grades or test scores, private Inola tutoring sessions can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. The best college in the area is the University of Tulsa, located in Tulsa, OK, about 30 minutes west. It is consistently ranked within the top 100 universities in the nation. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Inola, OK, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online.

There are plenty of things that you and your family will enjoy around the area of Inola. One of the most popular destinations is Davis J. M. Arms and Historical Museum in Claremore, OK, a 15-minute drive from Inola. It features a very large collection of antique weapons and other objects. Another great place to go is the Redbud Valley Nature Preserve in Catoosa, OK, which is about 30 minutes away. There you can explore the various hiking trails, and see a lot of different wildlife you wouldn't normally see. Additionally, the trip to Tulsa will give you access to many more amazing attractions such as the Tulsa Zoo or the Philbrook Museum of Art.

If you want to go to a sporting event, the trip to Tulsa is probably your best bet. A great place to go during the summer is ONEOK Field where you can watch minor league baseball team the Tulsa Drillers. If soccer is more what you're into, the Tulsa Roughnecks FC of the United Soccer League play at the same venue. During the winter, hockey fans can go to BOK Center to see the Tulsa Oilers of the East Coast Hockey League.

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Tutoring review by Kaitlyn in Inola, OK
We went over synthetic division. We used synthetic substitution to evaluate equations. We factored polynomials and found zeros using synthetic division. He said he understood everything, and I had him tell me how to do some of the problems to make sure he understood.
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Tutoring review by Michelle in Inola, OK
The student worked on her writing for a Social Studies assignment. This included looking up the topic, reading aloud the text--working on reading words correctly--and writing a paragraph from information distilled from the text. I had brought a spelling exercise puzzler: short word/short vowel types, double consonants with -le ending, long vowel+consonant+silent e, and words ending in -ent, -ant, -ence. The goal: become familiar with spelling patterns to become a better speller. The student had a 7th grade handout which we worked through. Various problems to do with slope-intercept equation, the math related to it, and deducing same equations from graphed lines. She had a few ratio and proportion problems that we reviewed.
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Tutoring review by Ian in Inola, OK
The student and I did a section review covering rational expressions, factorization, and graphing. Overall, he is doing very well. Next time, we will continue with Ch 8 in his algebra book, and we will work on biology.
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Tutoring review by Janiece in Inola, OK
Today, the student showed me flashcards she made to memorize her square roots and cube roots! And she proved she has been using them as well by getting them all correct when I drilled her. We then worked on a little unit analysis, dividing by a fraction, and multiplying and dividing decimals. The student caught on to these concepts quickly and did very well!
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Tutoring review by Jacob in Inola, OK
As this session took place just before the student's first real ACT, we went over some final test taking strategies. I assigned him a full practice exam to do before his test date. As I believe is the case for most first-time exam takers, the exam itself will give him a clearer picture of the test environment and will prepare him well for the next exam.
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Tutoring review by Kristof-Pierre in Inola, OK
The student was able to draw on a lot of the things we did yesterday, and apply it to what she has moved on to. She had a little trouble with parts of the problems, such as identifying where the angle should be imagined from, but on a whole she was able to set the problem up and solve it on her own. We will continue to work on this.
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