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About Leander

Leander is a Texas city located in Williamson and Travis Counties. It has a population of 26,500 residents and is part of the Greater Austin Metropolitan Area. Residents living in Leander are approximately 25 miles from downtown Austin.

Students who live in Leander are part of the Leander Independent School District, which includes Leander and New Hope High Schools. Some students in the area also attend the Leander Charter Academy. Private tutoring in Leander is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. You can work to keep up with your studies with online tutoring in Leander for your courses or test prep, so that you can focus on preparing for success after high school.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Leander, TX
Solidified understanding of mole-mole and mass-mass stoichiometry. Worked through mistakes from last exam (and found potential points to reclaim). Previewed and practiced limiting reactant problems. Introduced percent yield as a ratio of actual to theoretical yields.
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Tutoring review by Kory in Leander, TX
Focused mainly on geometry today. The student seems to have a very good understanding of the concepts; however, needs to watch out for small mistakes such as recognizing similar shapes, etc. Keep up the great work!
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Tutoring review by Linda in Leander, TX
Today we discussed references for the PowerPoint presentation and putting the slides in order. In addition student submitted her final paper for the course, and we previewed the final discussion questions and how she may go about creating answers for them.
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Tutoring review by Benson in Leander, TX
The student and I worked on cancelling fractions, expressing and graphing compound inequalities, defining sets, using sets to express solutions to absolute value equations, expressing number theory related word problems in symbols, moving between general and specific cases to check symbolic expressions, producing word problem expressions using two variables, and continuing to break problems down into steps with clearly shown work.
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Tutoring review by Jane (Elizabeth) in Leander, TX
Today we worked on planning out the student's assignments for the week and the evening. We then spent the rest of the lesson reviewing her homework for the night, and looked at her history assignment since she said it would be the hardest.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Leander, TX
The student's calculus review covered the chain rule, product, and quotient rules as well as the Power/Trig/Angle derivative methods.  She has a basic understanding of the material but needs more practice to be proficient.  She knew that before I got there.  She also agreed that she would need to start sooner in getting familiar with the material as it was too late to "Cram" for a test of this magnitude.
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