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We require the most rigorous qualifications of Midtown Dayton tutors, in addition to a background check. Only a tiny fraction of those candidates who apply ultimately make it through our demanding interview process. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

Skilled tutors develop lessons to meet your individual needs. One-on-one tutoring sessions are held at a time and location of your choosing.

Midtown Dayton, OH, is a part of the city of Dayton. The entire city has a population of about 143,400. The Midtown area stretches between the Dayton Convention Center and the Great Miami River.

The town is served by the Oakwood City School District. Within the district is Oakwood High School, which is ranked in the state's top 20 schools. Expert tutors in Midtown Dayton could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring. While High School can be a difficult time for you, it doesn't have to be. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Midtown Dayton tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. Students pursuing a higher education in the area will be able to attend the University of Dayton, which is recognized as one of the top 110 colleges in the nation. Get assistance in pursuing these top schools with private tutoring in Midtown Dayton, OH, as you study for your courses or test prep, with instruction either in-home or online.

If you're looking for a way to get out of the house and take a break from all of your studying, then Midtown Dayton has plenty of attractions for you to see. A pleasant first stop is the Great Miami River Recreational Trail. It runs along the river that separates downtown Dayton from the rest of the town. Enjoy a relaxing bike ride, walk, or jog along the banks of the river and start to breathe easy. The trail travels 57 miles along the river, so unless you're willing to spend several days on the trip, you'll likely travel only the section that runs along the river right in town.

If hiking or biking isn't to your liking, you can visit the Dayton Visual Arts Center. The center has been around since the '90s, when it was created to show the community the diversity and wealth of visual arts that were being created in the area. The exhibitions in the center are ever-changing, featuring new artists and styles throughout its history. Every exhibit you see in the center is focused on contemporary art that is being made now.

Once you've relaxed and explored the town, you will be able to return to your studies with a new outlook on education. Midtown Dayton, OH, tutoring might help you get into the school of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Sara in Midtown Dayton, OH
At the beginning of the session, the student was paying attention extremely well. He reviewed the first two pages of his math homework relatively fast. The student understands most of the math concepts, although he sometimes forgets how to do distribution. At the end of the session, the student read his book for English and started reviewing some of his homework questions.
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Tutoring review by Ty in Midtown Dayton, OH
The student and I reviewed chapter six for his geometry class. By next week, we should be caught up with his class, and ready to work ahead.
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Tutoring review by Neetu in Midtown Dayton, OH
We worked on writing functions and graphing them using input output tables, writing and graphing inequalities, finding the missing number in sequences and writing the rule, and simplifying ratios.
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Tutoring review by Ken in Midtown Dayton, OH
The student and I covered graphing inequalities and partial fraction decomposition. He had a great attitude and quickly learned the topics covered.
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Tutoring review by Karissa in Midtown Dayton, OH
The student is working on writing paragraphs with supporting sentences from non-fiction books. Today, we worked from a non-fiction book that he chose about WWII. He did well with writing the sentences about topics from the book. He can improve by looking at the text for facts to write.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Midtown Dayton, OH
We went through using the unit circle to calculate the trigonometric functions for various angles including using negative angles and angles created by full revolutions. We defined the secant, cosecant, and cotangent functions as the reciprocals of the cosine, sine, and tangent functions and how they relate to the sides of a right triangle. Lastly we looked at the two common triangles, 45-45-90 and 30-60-90, and how the sides are related to one another. The student was doing much better with the unit circle once we defined negative angles and the reciprocal functions. In physics, we reviewed vector addition by using components, rotational motion, and objects sliding down inclined planes. We defined the tangent velocity and acceleration as well as the centripetal acceleration and related them to the rotational velocity and acceleration using the radius of the circle and the conversion of one revolution as 2-pi radians. We talked about the direction of the velocity vector and the two types of linear acceleration in relation to how the object is moving. We looked at choosing how to set the xy-coordinates to make a problem easier to set up.
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