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The city of Seagoville, Texas, is situated in Dallas County and is also a Dallas suburb. T.K. Seago laid out the city in 1876, and the community was originally named Seago in his honor. However, the United States Post Office renamed the city Seagoville in 1910 in order to prevent it from being confused with another Texas city called Sego. Currently about 15,000 people live in Seagoville.

Seagoville High is located in Dallas, and it is administered by the Dallas Independent School District. Dallas is barely 20-miles away from Seagoville, and there, you'll find a number of excellent universities and colleges. Some of the schools there are Paul Quinn College, Mountain View College, Dallas Baptist University, and the Southern Methodist University. To try to create an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the best schools, you can work with a Seagoville, TX, tutor who specializes in private test prep tutoring and instruction, both online and in-home. An expert Seagoville, TX, tutor might be an asset to anyone who wants to work to get into a top college or university.

Seagoville is home to plenty of popular places to visit and explore, and the nearby communities boast their own attractions. Post Oak Preserve is excellent if you'd like an excuse to get outside, and there you'll be able to take advantage of hiking trails and admire a small lake. The John Bunker Sands Wetland Center is another attraction, where you can learn about the importance of water conservation and recycling. The visitor center there is beautiful; the views around the center are scenic, and the staff are all friendly and helpful.

Nearby Dallas is an excellent day-trip destination, and there are a huge variety of things to do there. One stop to make in this city is the Pioneer Plaza, where you can admire life-size statues of a pioneer rounding up cattle. This area also has plaques and a picnic area, so it's easy to stay here for a little while. The Dallas Zoo is also always worth visiting, and there you can enjoy observing many different exotic animals. Pony rides, giraffe feeding, and a train ride are offered.

If you're looking for assistance in your education, you may enjoy working with Seagoville tutors, who are happy to provide you with online tutoring and test prep assistance. An enthusiastic Seagoville tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online.

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Tutoring review by Michelle in Seagoville, TX
The student corrected his cell booklet with my help so he can turn it in for a higher grade. We worked on some of the questions on his study guide for his upcoming test on the Odyssey.
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Tutoring review by Mason in Seagoville, TX
We covered the student's test review for an algebra II test tomorrow. We focused mainly on sequences and series. Writing explicit formulae for arithmetic/geometric sequences was something that confused the student previously, and we're at the point where he can do these sorts of problems easily. The student still uses the method I showed him for determining intervening means and I'm happy that my method makes intuitive sense for him! Other review focused on binomial expansion and Pascal's triangle, which he understands to the point where he can explain it to me. We did a little chemistry as well, balancing redox reactions in acidic/basic solutions.
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Tutoring review by Nathan in Seagoville, TX
The student and I finished working on his exam review guide. We reviewed system of equations word problems, the midpoints of lines based on the coordinates, the length of lines based on those coordinates, and proportionality problems involving direct, inverse, joint, and combined proportionality.
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Tutoring review by William in Seagoville, TX
As I mentioned in my last summary, the student took a timed practice LSAT yesterday, and scored a 149. This represents a 6 point increase over the practice LSAT she took at the end of her study program, and both of us are pleased with the progress. Interestingly, and as I've noted before, she does extremely well on the substance of logic games questions, and when she is untimed, can score nearly perfectly. However, on timed tests, the logic games sections are her lowest score, and she has trouble finishing them. For this reason, I'm emphasizing practice, practice, and more practice of logic games, and assigned some hefty reading in the LG bible. We will be discussing this in our next meeting, as well as the specific logical reasoning strategies I mentioned in my last session summary.
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Tutoring review by Minh in Seagoville, TX
Material: Probabilities (simple, compound, independent, dependent). Strategies: Don't confuse number of events with the number on the dice. Look for keywords/ideas (return, put back, used), Be careful of NOT.
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Tutoring review by Noah in Seagoville, TX
We spent most of our first lesson on the essay. We went over how to construct and prove a logical argument. I gave the student one to do on her own for homework. Then we began the reading section of the ACT. She had a lot of questions about whether she should be taking the SAT or ACT. I suggested she could consider doing both and seeing how they go and told her that I could teach her strategies for either or both tests.
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