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Watauga, Texas, is a suburb of Fort Worth and has a population of approximately 24,000.

Ranked in the top 100 schools in the state, Keller High School is located in the Keller Independent School District, which serves part of Watauga. An enthusiastic Watauga tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Watauga is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Texas Wesleyan University is located in nearby Fort Worth, along with multiple colleges and universities to choose from. A Watauga, TX, tutor can offer you private instruction, through either online or in-home tutoring sessions, to help with your test prep and try to get into your top school choice.

Capp Smith Park in Watauga features a playground, gazebo, amphitheater, and picnic area, but the main attraction is the lake. The lake is kept regulated naturally by springs within it, and is stocked with several types of fish. Fishing is permitted on the lake, but fish must be released back into the lake once caught. Also at the Capp Smith Park each spring is Watauga Fest. The festival includes carnival rides, food, live music, food trucks, and shopping venues. Each summer the city holds two youth summer camps hosted at Foster Village Center and Watauga Community Center.

The Foster Village Park has a concessions stand and a recreation building that can be rented for special events. The park also has two lighted tennis courts, four baseball fields, two kickball fields, a basketball court, picnic areas, and a playground. If you prefer an edgier park, the Watauga Skate Park is located on Indian Springs Road right next to the Community Center. The park has a playground and a half-mile walking trail. Capp Smith Park hosts the Watauga Kid Fish and Campout each year. Fishing equipment is provided, but you will need to bring your own camping gear. The event features a fishing derby for children 16 years old and younger as a catch-and-release event. Enjoy a variety of food vendors during the derby, then set up your tent and camp out in the park. A free breakfast is provided at the Community Center for participants.

Is your goal to be a student at one of the top colleges or universities in Fort Worth? With the assistance of tutors in Watauga, TX, 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 Amrutha in Watauga, TX
With both students today, I covered Geometry. They were introduced to the topic in school this week. With the first, the session was spent on understanding her HW on angles and parallel lines. After her time was up, the second student was left with left over HW to finish on her own. She completed her homework and worked on some more advanced 8th grade math, which she finished without a problem. I will be emailing her practice ACT problems to help her prepare for her test in February.
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Tutoring review by Jessica in Watauga, TX
The student and I spent the first 15 minutes of our session getting to know one another. He shared that he enjoys history the most and language arts the least. He was optimistic and outgoing from the very beginning and was eager to dive into the content. In order to gain more data about his math skills, I asked him to independently work on problems from an assessment math quiz for his grade level. While he worked independently for 20 minutes, I analyzed a sample of his writing. His work was neat and organized and he was able to complete 14 problems in 20 minutes, so his pace of work was efficient. Because fractions are so foundational to other topics (i.e. decimals, ratios, division, percentages, etc.) I decided to extend our conversation in order to get a clearer picture of how much he understands fractions. During our next session, I will begin developing his conceptual understanding of fractions. Looking at his school's textbook, he will need this foundation as he begins work on ratios and proportions (and should have had this foundation during the Integers and rational numbers units). Long term, working with fractions will allow us to work on operations and variables, other foundations of algebraic thinking. While we spent most of our time on math, I did get a chance to share my thoughts about how to approach his writing. He used powerful verbs in his narrative "Earthquakes" and painted a picture for the reader. By mapping out his work before writing, he will be able to stay on topic and develop a cohesive narrative arc or informative claim. Overall, he was a pleasure to work with and I'm very excited to be tutoring him! After the next session I will bring some fraction work to further cement his conceptual understanding, as well as some practice prompts for which he can plan out a written response. I'm looking forward to next week and having a solid hour devoted to math and another hour to work on writing!
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Tutoring review by Alan in Watauga, TX
We covered a new topic today involving statistics and Z-scores. I showed the student how to use both the table in his book as well as the function on his calculator to find the appropriate z-score for a given question. We also talked about how to interpret the score as a probability of an event being greater than or less than the given value. We also talked about Cramer's Rule. I was able to show him that Cramer's Rule was just another way of looking at a problem we had done in a previous session.
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Tutoring review by Duyen in Watauga, TX
This was the first session we held together. We managed to go through the problem type the student was struggling with the most in preparation for her quiz the next day. The student is smart in nature, he studied well in his Algebra 2 class, and he didn't need much tutoring on the most recent topic covered in class (quadratic function- graphing, factoring, and finding zeros). However, he skipped Algebra 1 before taking this class, so he had a bit of trouble on some very basic problem types of Algebra 1. I chose the shortest solving method to help him through this problem.
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Tutoring review by Sayaka in Watauga, TX
We studied with the student's book from his class. We covered, grammar-- good at, not good at, very well, like, does not like, etc. We also studied colors in Japanese. He memorized each vocabulary word very quickly and did well.
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Tutoring review by Sabra in Watauga, TX
The student and I worked on his review for Monday's test, focusing on the log/exponent word problems of compound interest, continuous interest, and exponential growth and decay. The most important concept was to remember that if a variable appears in the exponent, it's usually a safe bet to assume you have to take the log of each side of the equation in order to solve.
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