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Every Colorado tutor must meet our high standards for qualifications, pass an interview screening, and submit a background check. From this elite group, a Varsity Tutors director helps pair you with a tutor ready to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help connect you with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

Colorado is a beautiful state, with the south lined by the Rocky Mountains and the north lined by the Colorado Plateau. The state has an approximate population of 4.5 million people. Denver is the capital and the largest city in the state.

Peak to Peak Charter School, The Vanguard School, Fairview High School, and Telluride High School are all esteemed private and public institutions and rank in the top 10 high schools in the state. Private tutoring for students in Colorado is available, either online or in-home, to help with general course instruction or test prep. There are several nationally ranking universities in Colorado, such as the private institution of University of Denver. The Colorado School of Mines is a public college located in Golden. Both of these excellent schools reside in the top 40 best schools in the West. Whether they're interested in pursuing a private or public college or university, there are benefits of seeking a personal tutor who can offer online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction for students in Colorado.

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If you find yourself exploring Colorado, there are several cities to visit that will give you a once in a lifetime experience. In Colorado Springs, plan a day to spend at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, where they have the Australia Walkabout, which features animals native to Australia, like the emu, wallaby, tree kangaroo, and alligator. Their most famous exhibit, All About Giraffes, is a Savannah-designed home for several giraffes. Visitors can even feed the giraffes out of their hand! Colorado is home to the NFL's Denver Broncos and the MLB's Colorado Rockies, and the NBA's Denver Nuggets. For the adventurous type, the Broadmoor Seven Falls is one of the state's most charming natural wonders. It has a series of waterfalls that will make your reality feel like a dream. The waterfalls are situated in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon between the Pillars of Hercules. It is quite a trek to commit to, as it requires visitors to climb 224 steps to get to the actual hiking trails, but it is said to be worth it.

For art fanatics, the Denver Art Museum is your ultimate destination. In the past, exhibits have been centered around women abstract painters, photography of small towns, and contemporary sculptures bigger than the average person.

Are you interested in advancing your studying skills? Varsity Tutors' education directors will help you find a tutor to help you in the subject areas you struggle with. Private tutors for Colorado students will guide you in your test prep and studying efforts. Finding educational support doesn't need to be a struggle. If you're looking for tutoring in Colorado, Varsity Tutors can find you a tutor, either in-person or online, that could help you with test prep and instruction.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Montrae in Colorado
I assisted the student with studying for her upcoming Social Studies test. She did a great job with memorizing the facts of all of the significant people. She will study the vocabulary until our next meeting.
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Tutoring review by Erin in Colorado
The student and I continued to work on reflexive verbs, the past tense, and his vocabulary sheet. There are many types of irregular conjugations in Spanish, so it was helpful that the teacher provided him with a study guide for their final. We will continue to work on the study topics next week to help him continue to prepare for his Spanish Final.
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Tutoring review by Catherine in Colorado
The student and I covered solving linear inequalities by addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. We also reviewed solving multi-step linear inequalities using the distributive property. She has a quiz over these topics on Friday and has a good grasp of the material we covered.
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Tutoring review by Martin in Colorado
The student and I had a busy session on Sunday night, as we reviewed for a big quiz he has coming up on Tuesday this week. The main topic of the quiz is quadratic equations, and he is expected to know a number of specific details, including how to factor quadratics, how to solve equations by completing the square or using the quadratic formula, how to graph parabolas by hand, and how to find both real and imaginary solutions. He had a review sheet with many items, both from his book and from class handouts. We worked through the entire review sheet, and did practice problems on each topic. He has a number of practice problems that he can review on his own before the quiz, and he should be in good shape.
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Tutoring review by Dana in Colorado
The student and I started by looking on the teacher website for his homework assignments. He has been utilizing the website in order to stay on top of his assignments. We began by looking over his science assignment. He had to read two articles and provide a write-up for both articles. He finished article 1 without me, and I helped him with article 2 and the corresponding write-up. Next, he and I read 30 pages from his ELA story. He had to complete his ELA assignment, which included finding evidence from the story he was reading. He completed this with my help.
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Tutoring review by Christine in Colorado
We covered the student's vocabulary words from a recent science test he had taken. He admitted that he forgot to study for his test, which is why he scored so poorly on it. I told him that we can study his vocabulary words together if he knows what they are ahead of time. I then had him read short passages aloud to work on his fluency. He tends to speed up and omit words as he reads, so I had him slow down and focus on what he was reading. He was able to answer comprehension questions regarding the text and wrote one-sentence summaries. I encouraged him to start challenging himself with more difficult books to read for enjoyment; he said he is currently reading "Nate the Great." He participated very positively and responded well to my questions. He was able to answer my "why/how" questions and did not give up on any of my questions. He is a terrific student!
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