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Richmond, Texas, is the seat of Fort Bend County, and was incorporated in 1837. Richmond was one of the original 19 cities that were a part of the Republic of Texas, before it joined the United States. The longest serving elected United States official, Hilmar Moore, was mayor of Richmond from 1949 until his death in 2012. The city's population is nearly 12,000, and many famous figures from Texas lore have called Richmond home.

Fort Bend Independent School District and Lamar Consolidated Independent School District serve the educational needs of Richmond, and there are a total of four public secondary institutions in the city. Perhaps the most well known of these is George Ranch High School, which has received a silver medal from US News and World Report for its quality educational programs.

The drive to Houston from Richmond usually takes about 40 minutes, allowing you to commute to one of the city's excellent colleges or universities. Some of these prominent institutions include Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, the University of Houston, and Houston Baptist University. In-home or online private tutoring in Richmond, TX, for both subject instruction and test prep, might help you get into the best schools. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Richmond tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses.

There are a number of fun and charming spots to explore around Richmond, and you are sure to always find something new to do. One quintessential Richmond stop is the George Ranch Historical Park. Here you can learn about a prominent family who first settled the area in the 1830s, and the park's exhibitions narrate their story. Fort Bend Museum is another worthwhile spot that will fascinate and educate you at the same. You'll be able to learn about the history and culture that shaped the community here, and it has staff that provide informative and fun tours. Paint Until you Faint is another location that deserves a visit, and here you can enroll in art classes that will help you unlock your true creative energy.

To do your best to try to get a great score on that important exam, take advantage of an online and in-person tutoring session with a Richmond tutor who is skilled in test prep for students at all levels. A tutor in Richmond, TX, is available to potentially help you improve in all of your classes today.

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Tutoring review by Anna in Richmond, TX
The student and I did a review of the material we've covered so far. This includes circles, solving quadratic equations, logarithms, exponents, and graphing. Overall, the student has retained stuff very well, which I was really happy to see. She remembered circles well and impressively remembered that the equation for a circle is derived from the Pythagorean Theorem, even though she didn't quite remember the circle equation itself. We reviewed the general idea of x and y intercepts and the student was able to articulate herself what those are. She remembered how to "un-FOIL" very well. The other two methods of solving quadratic equations took a bit of review, but she was able to implement the quadratic formula well and actually took only a single example on my part to remember how to complete the square. She did similarly well with logarithms and we did a brief review of negative logs. We ended this jam-packed session with a bit of graphing of linear equations. We will pick up with series and sequences next week.
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Tutoring review by Erik in Richmond, TX
Yesterday we continued reviewing and taking tests from the unit. The student showed good attention to details like negative signs and performed well on both tests he took. He showed good retention of the material since the beginning of the semester, remembering the concepts from each chapter and applying those to the test.
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Tutoring review by Matjaz in Richmond, TX
Today we calculated linearizations of functions, which amounted to calculating the formula for a tangent, and then plugging in values for x into it. This gave approximate values of functions themselves. Then we talked about differentials, and we did some exercises involving hyperbolic functions and their inverses. The student is quickly picking up on this new subject and is ahead of class.
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Tutoring review by Belinda in Richmond, TX
During this time, the student and I worked on math homework. I worked with him to help him with two strategies on how to discover "like" or "similar" fractions. What will help him immensely is to recognize when a fraction is 1/2 and 1/4, regardless of the denominator. If he starts by focusing on numbers that can be divided by 2, 3 and 5 and memorizes what those fractions look like (e.g. 1/2= 3/6 = 5/10), then that will help him improve on the time that it takes to finish these problems.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Richmond, TX
This session was a continuation of previous sessions in many ways. First, we went over the student's vocabulary pictures after a quick journal entry. Then, we went over prepositional phrases and the creative writing she completed last time. Finally, we talked about her book list and picked our first book to read together. I asked her to edit her composition for next time.
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Tutoring review by Brianna in Richmond, TX
Today the student and I worked on solving and graphing algebraic functions. We discussed three of her online homework assignments for chapter 2. She understood most of the topics covered and was able to work toward solutions fairly easily. We plan to meet again either Sunday or Monday in order to finish the three remaining chapter 2 assignments before she takes the chapter 2 test.
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