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Evanston resides as a city in Cook County, Illinois. Evanston is one of the North Shore communities that connects to Lake Michigan. Incorporated in 1872, the city boasts a population of roughly 75,400. The town is located about 10 miles north of downtown Chicago. Evanston is the home of Northwestern University.

The Evanston-Skokie Community Consolidated School District 65 serves the educational needs of the town. Evanston Township High is the district's only public high school. Private tutoring in Evanston, IL, is available both online and in-home to help you with general course instruction or test prep. Top colleges in the area include the University of Chicago and Northwestern University. Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you could benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Evanston, IL, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction.

Evanston hosts several museums, including the Evanston History Center, Mary and Leigh Block Museum, the American Toby Jug Museum, and the Mitchell Museum of the American Indian. The latter features a collection ranging from the early Paleo-Indian period to the present day. Mainstay exhibitions depict Native American culture, such as crafts and photographic essays. Notable sites include Grosse Point Lighthouse and Ryan Field, which is the home field of the Northwestern Wildcats football team. The lighthouse was constructed in 1873 and is classified as a National Historic Landmark. The city is also home to Evanston Beach and Lighthouse Beach, which are clean and family-friendly beaches that feature several oceanic activities, such as fishing and volleyball. At these locations, you can take in the beautiful sunset and enjoy the scenic view of the coastline.

Nearby is Chicago, which has its own set of iconic sites, such as the John Hancock Center and the neo-Gothic Tribune Tower. The city is home to the Art institute of Chicago, which is one of the oldest and largest art museums in the United States. Chicago also hosts several prominent sports teams, such as the Chicago Bears and the Chicago Bulls. The teams compete in the NFL and NBA, respectively. There's plenty to enjoy and experience between these two cities.

If you are worried about that big exam coming up, online or in-person tutoring might help you get ahead in your test prep. Evanston tutors are ready to meet your specific needs and help you improve in your subject areas. Evanston tutoring could help you pursue academic excellence and surpass your goals.

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Tutoring review by Lyndsy in Evanston, IL
The student has a Chapter 5: Section 2 test in science tomorrow over the elements and the periodic table. The first thing the student and I defined and discussed was what a property was. He had difficulty grasping the concept of "property" until I substituted "characteristics" and "traits". Next, the student began to outline in a non-uniform way, so we read together a sub-section and I outlined so he could have an example. Next, the student read and then outlined following my model. We clarified the difference between "radioactive" and "reactive" as he was using the words interchangeably. He defined and gave examples of an element and a compound as well since he was unclear on their meanings. I advised the student to continue reading and outlining Section 2.
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Tutoring review by Vincent in Evanston, IL
Today, the student and I looked over a review for her upcoming quiz in exponential and logarithmic functions. She had completed the majority of the review on her own, and was very comfortable with using information from vertex-form exponential and logarithmic functions to graphically represent them, but was unsure of how to determine the inverse. I showed her a few examples, emphasizing the order of operations necessary to find the inverse of exponential and logarithmic functions, as well as pointing out that every term in the function is either inverted or opposed. After she worked some practice functions, she was able to consistently find the inverse. I left her with a paper showing the steps of finding the inverse, as well as labelled vertex form exponential and logarithmic functions as reference.
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Tutoring review by Lily in Evanston, IL
Today the student completed his math packet and English homework. For the remaining 30 minutes, he reviewed for his science test, which he will take on Monday. I left him with several math problems involving adding and subtracting fractions. The student and I will begin reviewing for his final math test this coming week.
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Tutoring review by Pamela in Evanston, IL
The student is now showing consistent mastery of turning improper fractions into mixed numbers as well as a clearer (and almost consistent) mastery of subtracting mixed numbers, finding factors, and multiples. We reviewed the differences between real, irrational, rational, integers, natural, and whole numbers. He will be receiving some extra homework from me.
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Tutoring review by Christian in Evanston, IL
After introductions, we began mapping out our expectations for working together toward the student's goals of finishing her Common Application Essay for multiple schools and specific school-focused Supplemental Essays. She will be completing additional research into the schools and programs she is applying to so that she will have more specific resources to complete her applications and feel confident while doing so. We've outlined a basic template for her to follow to begin writing her supplemental essays.
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Tutoring review by Ramon in Evanston, IL
The student and I talked about how to tell the even/oddness of functions, how to find roots of polynomials using synthetic division, and what direction quantics point at the ends. He definitely understands the material; he just needed some clearing up of certain topics.
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