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All Tulsa County tutors possess the highest qualifications. In addition to completing a rigorous interview process, tutors in Tulsa County, OK must pass a background check and have academic credentials verified. An expert director will help you find the best tutor from this elite group; we stand behind these matches and even offer a money-back guarantee.

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Tulsa County, OK, is a county in the northeastern corner of the state. It has approximately 603,400 residents. It is home to Tulsa, the second-largest city in Oklahoma. The county has the highest population density in the state.

Daniel Webster High School is one of the few high schools in the county. It is served by the Tulsa School District. Booker T. Washington High School is also served by the Tulsa School District. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Tulsa County is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. Are you hoping to attend a top school that could take you far in your future? There are many near you in Tulsa County. The University of Tulsa is an exemplary school that ranks in the nation's top 90 best universities. Another standout college is Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, which ranks in the region's top 50 universities. Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Tulsa County tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses.

There are a lot of attractions in Tulsa County for you to explore and enjoy! The Tulsa Zoo is a local favorite. You might just find yourself there every weekend in the summer if you're a big fan of seeing animals like chimpanzees or snow leopards. Visit the Mary K. Oxley Nature Center, which provides the community with a well-kept piece of land where you can hike, bike, and experience nature. Bike the Green Dragon Trail, the Blackbird Marsh, or perhaps the Flowline Trail. These short trails are perfect for a morning ride or walk. Observe and admire the world's largest collection of art from the American West at the Gilcrease Museum. The museum also has artifacts from Central and South America. Located just five minutes from Tulsa, you can enter into a wide world of Western and Native American art. The museum is often busy due to its popularity among visitors from all over the region.

Are you worried that your studying habits are not up to par? Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Tulsa County, OK, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools. Tulsa County, OK, tutoring might bring you closer to your goals, no matter which of the prestigious colleges and universities you wish to attend.

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Tutoring review by Dallas in Tulsa County, OK
In today's session, the student and I reviewed his algebra homework. We went over proportions and exponential functions.
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Tutoring review by Jesse in Tulsa County, OK
The student had a substitute teacher in his Math class the last couple days so we had to learn the content of the chapter prior to starting the homework. I am working to reinvigorate his zeal for math. He chugged steadily though his work and stayed consistent throughout the studies. We will continue to improve.
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Tutoring review by Lalitha in Tulsa County, OK
The student has a milestone test coming up next week that he needs to review for, so he and I started working on his extra credit practice test. We got through almost a third of it, and he will have to do the rest before I see him again. He also completed his retake exam. He did well during our session--he understands concepts quickly and is good with mental math. All he needs is more practice and to remember certain rules and formulas.
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Tutoring review by Maggie in Tulsa County, OK
In this session the student and I continued to study series and sequences and the various tests of divergence and convergence. Specifically, we went over the integral, limit and ratio tests of convergence.
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Tutoring review by Sam in Tulsa County, OK
The student and I began by reviewing the equations for the area and circumference of circles. He knew both without any help. Next, we went over slope, mid point and distance. He needed to be reminded of these formulas, but seemed to quickly gain comfort after doing a few practice problems. Next, we worked on finding the equations of lines using point-slope form as well as slope-intercept form. Next, we moved into figuring out if a point is on a line or not, as well as finding the x and y intercepts of a line. Finally, we worked on figuring out if lines are parallel, perpendicular, or neither. I think with some studying he should be just fine for his final. His attitude remains positive, as always.
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Tutoring review by Derek in Tulsa County, OK
During this session, we covered a review packet for the student's upcoming test on circular functions. We discussed how to find the reference angle of a given angle using the unit circle, as well as how to find the values of the basic trig functions using a table. We then used the cosine and sine functions to find the coordinates of a given angle on a unit circle. Lastly, we manipulated sine functions to fit real-life models. We learned to adjust the amplitude, period, and the vertical and horizontal shifts.
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