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Oklahoma City is the largest and capital city of Oklahoma, serving as the county seat of Oklahoma County. It is home to the one of the largest livestock markets, as well as an active oil field. When it was settled in 1889, the land was opened for settlement in an event called "The Land Run." Men essentially lined up to race for a piece of the two million acres that were unclaimed.

The city has the state's largest school district: Oklahoma City Public Schools. The highest ranked schools are Harding Charter Preparatory High School and Classen School of Advanced Studies. Each boast a number of International Baccalaureate, Advanced Placement, and Cambridge opportunities to their students. These top schools might be within the realm of possibility if you reach out to private tutors in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for tutoring either in-home or online, to receive subject instruction or test prep. Private tutors in Oklahoma City can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. There are a wide range of high education facilities available. Oklahoma City is world-renowned for its programs in athletics, business, performance arts, law, and science. You can work to keep up with your studies with online tutoring in Oklahoma City for your courses or test prep.

There are many options for culture and entertainment. The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is located in the Donald W. Reynolds Visual Arts Center. The exhibits are rotated on a regular basis, though there are displays from personal collections to peruse. You can take in classic, foreign, and independent films at the theater in the museum. There is a restaurant as well, which offers an innovative menu selection. You can hit the restaurant for lunch, brunch, dinner, drinks, and even the dinner and a movie night. The museum itself is home to an extensive collection of Chihuly glass, which is the world's most comprehensive in the world. Explore the Civic Center Music Hall, an art deco building that was renovated in 2001. There are performances throughout the year from traveling Broadway shows, the Oklahoma City Ballet, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, and the Oklahoma City Opera.

You can view many specialty museums. The Science Museum Oklahoma houses a number of unique exhibits revolving around aviation and science. There are educational films at the IMAX theater. In addition, there is the Museum of Osteology, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, and the Oklahoma City National Memorial.

Don't leave your educational opportunities to chance! An Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, tutor will encourage you to meet and then exceed your goals.

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Tutoring review by Peter in Oklahoma City, OK
We reviewed the geometry homework and covered topics like number lines & coordinates, volume, and functions. I asked the students to do the unfinished problem from the geometry packet, to do the first practice test, and to do an online PSAT diagnostic test and SAT diagnostic for next time.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Oklahoma City, OK
This was my first tutoring session with this student, and she was very attentive. I went over a series of spelling words associated with 4th grade, and she missed a few. We did a read-aloud from a book she was reading and she went through math exercises really fast. Her writing could use a more organized structure and I want her to explain her answers orally as opposed to writing them down because there is a difference.
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Tutoring review by Daniel in Oklahoma City, OK
Yesterday's session was one of the most productive ones we've had so far. The student was still having some difficulty adding and subtracting negative numbers. More than anything else, that was what was causing him to get problems wrong. We focused on arithmetic with negative numbers for a large part of the session. We used the number line to help visualize those arithmetic problems. He was able to see the main idea behind negative numbers, and he will have it mastered soon. Aside from negatives, he is mostly able to solve equations correctly. He solved some difficult absolute-value equations by himself near the end of our session.
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Tutoring review by Kelsey in Oklahoma City, OK
The student is a hard worker, and I was thrilled to hear about her progress over the summer. We went over some the practice problems she had completed for our session and reviewed strategies from last semester.
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Tutoring review by Cindy in Oklahoma City, OK
The student and I reviewed some of his homework. This was multiplying 2 digit numbers. I gave him reinforcement to keep his numbers organized and placing the 0 in the ones column when multiplying one factor by the tens column. Then we created a study guide for the properties of multiplication. He was able verbally explain the definitions and write them. He developed 3 out of 5 examples. Next, we discussed the order of operations, and he completed a few practice problems. I asked his grandmother to have him use the study guide and other topics for the unit test on Thursday.
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Tutoring review by Traci in Oklahoma City, OK
The student had gotten the results from her November test, which were mixed. We spent our time today working on analogies. It was tedious work, but she made progress at understanding relationships between words.
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