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Mounds View is a city stationed in Ramsey County, Minnesota. The city is a part of the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. Mounds View has a population of roughly 12,200. The city has a community center, event center, parks, and quality dining establishments.

The city is served by the Mounds View Public Schools System, which has over 10,000 students enrolled. The district includes Mounds View High School. A private Mounds View tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. There are a number of postsecondary institutions near Mounds View, including Northwestern College, North Central University, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. The personal test prep instruction you can get from online or in-home private Mounds View, MN, tutoring might give you an edge to get into the best schools.

The city has a multipurpose facility called the Mounds View Community Center. The center offers youth programming, senior activities, and community building programs. Amenities include an open gym that is comprised of a basketball and volleyball court, fitness studios for group exercise classes, and table sports, among others. Zero Gravity Trampoline Park is another popular recreational spot in the city. Other parks in the area include Silver View Park, Groveland Park, and City Hall Park. Nearby is the Rice Creek North Regional Trail Corridor, which is a fine spot for hiking and biking activities. Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the closest major city. It is located about 10 miles south of Mounds View. Minneapolis has a population of approximately 400,100 residents. The city is bisected by the Mississippi River and its known for its parks and lakes, such as Minnehaha Park and the Chain of Lakes.

The top destination in Minneapolis is the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The institute is known for its encyclopedic collection of roughly 80,000 objects, which span approximately 5,000 years of world history. Housed works of art range from Chinese architecture to works from Oceania and the Americas. The institute has one of the most comprehensive collections of Asian art in the United States. Guthrie Theater, Mill City Museum, and the American Swedish Institute are additional interesting tourist sites in the area. Lastly, the city hosts the Vikings, Twins, and Timberwolves of the NFL, MLB, and NBA, respectively.

You can work to keep up with online tutoring in Mounds View for your courses or test prep. You can work with Mounds View, MN, tutors to potentially improve the chances of getting into your dream college.

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Tutoring review by Lyndsy in Mounds View, MN
The student has an English paper due tomorrow. He pulled up the requirements, guidelines, and examples that his teacher gave him. Then, I read the analysis as written. With my guidance and the teacher's requirements, he rewrote the introduction and reworded his thesis regarding Mary Shelly's Frankenstein and main character Victor. Next, he incorporated and explained quotes directly from the novel. The objective of the paper is to support, prove, and analyze Shelly's use of imagery throughout the novel. Lastly, he reworked the conclusion to include the teacher's requirements. He did grow excited when some of the metaphorical references finally made sense to him.
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Tutoring review by John in Mounds View, MN
We began to review for his final that would take place on Friday. We began by discussing the laws of cosine and sine and their application when solving triangles. We learned the criteria used to determine which law should be applied. We focused on the six ambiguous cases that could arise when given two sides and a non included angle. We considered cases where a triangle would not be possible with the given information. Next, we reviewed conversions between rectangular and polar coordinates and equations. We derived the four identities used in these cases by considering the Pythagorean theorem and trigonometry. We also reviewed three types of polar equations and the methods used to graph them. Lastly, we discussed complex numbers and their graphical representations. We saw that complex numbers could also be represented in two forms. We learned to convert between the rectangular and trigonometric forms of complex numbers. We practiced addition and multiplication of complex numbers on both forms. There is a lot more to review, but he seemed very comfortable with the topics we covered during this session.
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Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Mounds View, MN
We had a great session! We spent two hours on logic games. I used the first puzzle from the logic games book. The student did really well getting the right answers...it was his best accuracy yet! We will work on more logic games and speeding up the time at our next session.
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Tutoring review by Emily in Mounds View, MN
We covered calculating the area for composite figures, a spiral review, and looked over the student's test review. The spiral review packet has gotten so much easier for her and she does it almost completely independent of me. Composite area also went well once she remembered all of the formulas for area. She still tends to mix up perimeter/area and radius/diameter when she is moving too quickly though a problem or trying to do too much in her head. We printed out a practice exam from her teacher that I want her to try to finish in 50 minutes. This will model the actual time limit on her exam and hopefully give her a better idea of the pace she needs to maintain. I also mentioned to her that exams don't need to be worked through in the order given. Jumping around to finish off the easy ones first is a great strategy. I'll grade and discuss the exam with her on Tuesday.
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Tutoring review by Joseph in Mounds View, MN
The student did extremely well on her ACT homework, scoring 27 in Science, 31 in English, and 35 in Math! We ran an abridged ACT today with all four multiple-choice sections; she boosted her Science to 28 and maintained high English, Math, and Reading scores. I have assigned a full-length ACT (including Writing) for our final session next week.
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Tutoring review by Jerilynn in Mounds View, MN
We started reviewing the previous chapter tests beginning with the most recent since we were reviewing topics from the beginning of the semester previously. We reviewed what the integral of a function means in terms of a graph and how to calculate just from the graph without knowing the function. We went through how to set up the equations from a related rates word problem and then solved it. We also reviewed linearization to approximate the value of a function at a specific point. Lastly, we started looking at Newton's method for approximating the value of a function.
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