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About Keller

Located in Tarrant County, Keller is a city in Texas that is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Families settled in the area in 1845. It is home to two large springs within the Mount Gilead Baptist Church, which were known as Double Springs until 1984. The streets in the original 40-acre site of Keller bear the original names they were given. Today, 336 acres are dedicated to parks and recreational facilities. Among the most popular are Keller Veterans Memorial Park, Keller Sports Park, and the Keller Smithfield Activity Node.

There are over 41 schools in the Keller Independent School District. Twenty-three elementary schools, 12 intermediate and middle schools, and five high schools. Keller High School is ranked by the US News & World Report at #100 in the state. It has a 96 percent graduation rate with a 45.4 college readiness index. These top schools might be a possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Keller, Texas, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Private Keller tutoring, either online or in-home, is one way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. The Everest College in Fort Worth is a private two-year college that serves undergraduate students. There are several unique majors offered, including paralegal, security and loss prevention, medical assistance, and more. It could be to your advantage to receive online tutoring in Keller for test prep and help with course material.

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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Keller, TX
We covered how to find the foci, center, vertex, directrix, and major/minor axes of hyperbolas and ellipses. We also reviewed various properties of circles and parabolas in preparation for the student's test/quiz tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Keller, TX
Today we went over a review packet to prepare the student for her first exam coming up this Friday. This covered converting patterns to algebraic expressions, identifying functions as linear, quadratic or exponential and combining equations graphically with or without the help of a table. She felt uneasy about multiplying two functions when combining them, so we also covered a couple extra problems on that topic.
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Tutoring review by Ashley in Keller, TX
The student and I reviewed place value, addition and subtraction. During this review, I noticed he was not paying attention to the signs. We discussed and practiced looking at the sign in the math problem.
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Tutoring review by Megan in Keller, TX
We worked on reading comprehension, which is an expressed struggle area for the student. We read several fiction and nonfiction passages. Before reading, we set a purpose and made predictions of the main idea based on the title and other text features. During reading, we paused and checked out predictions before creating a few more. At the end, we reviewed whether or not our predictions were accurate, reviewed a few vocabulary words, discussed author's purpose, and paraphrased the text in our own words. The student continues to show growth in summarization since we first began tutoring. He is more confident in identifying the main idea, and he now uses more supporting details to justify his work.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Keller, TX
We talked a little about how the student's recent physics test went. She felt pretty comfortable with most of the problems, and we talked about an object being pulled at an angle. We looked through some of her old algebra tests on quadratic functions. We reviewed the different forms of a quadratic function and what pieces of information each one gives. We went through solving various quadratic functions by factoring, completing the square, square rooting, and using the quadratic equation. She is doing well using the quadratic equation and square roots to solve a quadratic function, and she was doing better with factoring and completing the square once we went through a few problems.
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Tutoring review by Todd in Keller, TX
On Thursday, we began by working on the homework the student had on Lewis dot structures and bond strength/length. After working through a few of the problems, he did a lot better. After we had finished his homework, we reviewed some concepts that have been difficult for him so far this year. We focused mostly on electron configuration and atomic orbitals. Again, after doing some practice, he was able to do much better. I think what will work best with him is reviewing the concepts briefly and simply and then doing practice questions to reinforce the material. He should think about other areas that have been difficult so far so that we can go over them in upcoming sessions.
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