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Sperry, Oklahoma, is located in Tulsa County. The town has a population of approximately 900. The majority of Sperry residents work in neighboring Tulsa.

Sperry High School is part of the Sperry Public School District serving the area. Private tutoring in Sperry is available both online or in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Tutors in Sperry, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. A short 15-mile drive brings Sperry residents to Tulsa. Home to the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University-Tulsa, and Oral Roberts University, Tulsa has a plethora of higher education choices. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Sperry, OK, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

Neighboring city, Skiatook provides Sperry residents a variety of parks to choose from. Skiatook Central Park sits on the Osage Prairie Trail and is the perfect play area for a hot summer day. The park has a splash pad, playground, pond, pavilion, and a covered shelter. Grab your books and enjoy studying in the sunshine near the pond. When you need a study break, you can take a trip through the splash pad to cool off. For a day of swimming, Exchange Bank Park includes a public pool with zero depth entry, swim lanes, and a diving board. The park also has tennis courts, a playground, and softball fields. Skiatook Lake offers more water fun for locals. You can rent a boat at the local marina and enjoy a day cruising the lake in a pontoon, or practicing your water skiing. Get a group together or plan a family reunion at Cross Timbers and rent a cabin with your boat for a full weekend of fun.

For some indoor learning fun, the you should visit the Judy Z. Kishner Library in Sperry. Several youth and teen programs are also hosted at the library, including a mini Makerspace and an after-school Teen Lounge/Maker area. Every Wednesday, you can visit the library after school hours and enjoy this free program. You can learn painting, sculpting, printmaking, and various other crafts, with all supplies provided by the library.

Is your goal to attend one of nearby Tulsa's many colleges or universities? With the assistance of tutors in Sperry, OK, students might be able to improve their chances of acceptance into the nation's top colleges and universities.

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Tutoring review by Alexandra in Sperry, OK
The student and I continued to work through her 5th grade math concepts, which include applying PEMDAS (order of operations) appropriately, long division, and use of negative numbers. We went through her last test. I noticed that she had a little bit of difficulty when subtracting whole number/fraction combinations (for example 2 and 3/4 minus 5/8) and so we spent much of our session practicing and recognizing that whole numbers can be written as fractions too! This led to practice with turning fractions into division problems. She is more than capable of accomplishing the math, but had a little trouble understanding the rationale behind turning fractions into division equations. I presented fractions as a sort of word equation where the fraction line means "divided by." She liked this strategy and subsequently found translating fractions into division problems much easier. Additionally, we worked on problems that she encountered while reviewing for her assessment test. Currently, I am working to compile a list of practice problems for this exam which I will forward onto her and her parents this evening.
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Tutoring review by Phonemany in Sperry, OK
I played math bowl with the student covering math fractions, mixed numbers, improper fractions, ratios, double digit multiplication, and long division.
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Tutoring review by Andrew in Sperry, OK
We specifically covered graphing, a little bit of science concepts having to do with the changes in states of matter, and we wrapped up with some basic algebra concepts "solving for x." We ended up reviewing a lot of her old work. My strategies including taking problems apart piece by piece to see what they were asking for, and for algebraic equations, using her times tables, and working backwards. I left her with a few algebraic equations, but I will leave her with more this next session on Wednesday. There was a big win from the session in that she really got the hang of those basic algebraic equations, as mentioned before, and working backwards with her times tables.
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Tutoring review by Avideh in Sperry, OK
The student is still on break, so we went over math and writing exercises together for when he returns back to school. We began the session by working in his math workbook for the first 30 minutes. It covered adding and subtracting fractions, rounding, multiplying three-digit numbers, and long division. He mostly did excellent with the material, but had to review subtracting long numbers. To help with this, I wrote 4-5 problems and guided him as he solved them until he was able to do it on his own. We also worked through 3 pages in his writing packet, which reviewed writing topic sentences and the rules for using commas. He needed a little guidance at first, but did it on his own by the end.
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Tutoring review by Nathan in Sperry, OK
We reviewed his first two tests to refresh all concepts. We also reviewed deriving integrals. We discussed what concavity means and discussed how to find it. The student is struggling less and less. There are just a few minor gaps in his knowledge, but we're filling them quickly. His attitude is more comfortable and more confident. I left him with additional practice problems to further solidify these concepts.
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Tutoring review by Marie-Urlima in Sperry, OK
The student I reviewed her assignment on proof of line segments and angles. She is easily understanding the concepts and doing very well on her tests and quizzes.
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