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About Richardson

Situated in Dallas and Collin Counties, Richardson, Texas, is a Dallas suburb with more than 100,000 residents. The city is known for the Telecom Corridor, where AT&T, Cisco Systems, Texas Instruments, and MetroPCS are located, among other telecommunications companies.

Students in Richardson attend either Richardson Independent School District (RISD) or the Plano Independent School District. High schools in RISD include the "U.S. News and World Report" silver medal high schools: Richardson and Pearce High Schools. Connecting with a Richardson, TX, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and try to get into the most prestigious schools. No matter what your post-high school plans are, Richardson tutoring lets you receive private instruction, either in-home or online, for your class or test prep today.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Phillip Carlo in Richardson, TX
Covered exponents and scientific notation. The student made progress on not just regular (positive) exponents but also negative and fractional ones. I would like to see him improve further in scientific notation, especially in the context of conversions - though he showed some skill in that department too. I gave him, as reference material, the list of SI prefixes and their matching scientific notations.
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Tutoring review by Kendra in Richardson, TX
The student is just getting started with angles and triangles in class. I came prepared with worksheets that gave her practice with solving equations and finding angles. We worked with finding angles in regard to parallel lines and angles around a point. She did very well overall, and just needs to look closely at the problems before beginning, because she sometimes misses some short-cuts. We will keep practicing finding missing angles, and I will bring some more difficult triangle worksheets to our next several sessions.
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Tutoring review by Rownak in Richardson, TX
We covered classification of geometric configurations. We also did some fraction review in which he excelled in.
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Tutoring review by Ian in Richardson, TX
The student was much more focused and able to remember the things we worked on. We tied working on multi-digit multiplication into area problems.
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Tutoring review by Christie in Richardson, TX
I helped the student review for a biology quiz on water. He completed two worksheets on water. Then we worked on math. He had two sheets that he didn't understand so I clarified how to translate words into an equation. Then we reviewed biology again.
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Tutoring review by Edgar in Richardson, TX
The student completed his textbook homework by first learning the lesson chapter 1 provided. He now knows the difference between when to use gustar vs. when to use gustan. They both mean "to like" but we use gustar when liking one singular item but use gustan to refer to multiple things. Next, we learned how to use "tener." As a very important verb that means "to have," he learned the conjugation of this verb and completed the exercises provided.
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