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Tulsa is the second largest city in Oklahoma. Among the cities of the US, it is the 47th most populated. Tulsa is known for its culture and arts. You can explore the city to take in performances by the full-time opera and ballet companies in the area or check out the art deco architecture throughout the community.

The Tulsa Board of Education maintains many schools in the area for you to choose from. Will Rogers College High School was awarded a silver medal by the US News & World Report. It is ranked #5 in the state. Conveniently, Tulsa, Oklahoma, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools. Private tutors in Tulsa can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. There are over 15 colleges and universities with two private ones. Oral Roberts University is ranked #2 on the Best Four-Year Colleges in Oklahoma by Best Colleges. You can work to keep up with your studies with online tutoring in Tulsa for your courses or test prep.

Tulsa houses a variety of museums that are renowned around the world. Philbrook Museum of Art offers exhibits and collections, such as Auguste Rodin, Picasso, O'Keefe, and many other artists. However, it also serves as an educational facility for people of all ages. You can enroll in classes in art making. There are many events, such as Free Second Saturdays and Gallery Talks. Special guests may offer lectures and workshops. The museum is among the top 50 in the United States. The city has many spots throughout its land dedicated to galleries, open display spaces, experimental art spaces, and small museums. You can find a majority of them in Brookside, the Pearl District, and downtown. One of the organizations that works towards these efforts is Living Arts of Tulsa. The organization works to provide all types of programs to the community. There's spoken word, where people can perform slam poetry, learn about it, and attend events, such as the Living Arts Poetry Slam. There are educational opportunities, such as the Arts Camp, numerous workshops, and after-school classes. They also provide an artist residence program and the LAB & Studios.

Put in the work if you'd like to try to improve your chances of getting into your top schools. Your goals are within reach, and you could become more confident in that by receiving tutoring in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Tutoring review by Jeremiah in Tulsa, OK
The student and I went over her math today. I helped her with various kinds of math problems including estimating the square roots of non-perfect squares, finding the edge of a square based on its area, etc. She did well after I explained to her the concepts that she was covering.
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Tutoring review by John in Tulsa, OK
During this session, forces were reviewed by reviewing a homework worksheet. Additionally, ACT practice sections in math were completed in preparation for the ACT.
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Tutoring review by Monica in Tulsa, OK
Sunday 4-6 pm: Went over the English section and part of the Math section of ACT Official Test 1. Reviewed the most-commonly tested grammar rules again and showed the student how to perform some of the commonly tested math concepts (such as ratios and averages).
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Tutoring review by Laura in Tulsa, OK
The student and I reviewed her assignment on Crime and Punishment today. She had some really great ideas and did most of the writing quickly and efficiently. We went over how to phrase certain sentences so they would be more clear.
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Tutoring review by Shayda in Tulsa, OK
The student started with his most recent homework which covered the concepts of broad sense heritability, narrow sense heritability, as well as aspects of population genetics and the chi square analysis. We then went over his old exams in order to prepare for the upcoming final. We were able to cover prokaryotic and eukaryotic replication, transcription, and translation. We also covered some basic characteristics of DNA and nucleotides. We briefly touched on the lac operon and gene expression towards the end.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Tulsa, OK
Today was spent looking over an SAT practice test, during which I highlighted the differences between it and the ACT, with which the student is more familiar. He also spoke about his experience taking the ACT last weekend. On the math section, we practiced, on a few problems, the plug-in method, which we done before in our ACT studies, but is probably more useful on the SAT than on the ACT. On reading, we practiced strategically reading along with the questions, keeping the minimum amount necessary stored to memory at any given time. We finished by looking at some error-identifying questions on the writing section, covering various strategies, including the checking of all pronouns (making sure they match up with subjects appropriately).
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