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Geneva, IL, is a suburb of Chicago. The city has a population of about 21,700. The city was named as the best place to raise a child in Illinois by "Bloomberg Businessweek."

Geneva Community High School is a member of the Geneva CUSD 305 district. It is ranked as the 69th best school in Illinois. Coming from a well-known High School will help your applications to colleges, but only if your exam scores are impressive too. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Geneva, IL, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice. Local Wheaton College is recognized as the 57th-best liberal arts college in the United States. Whether you want to go to a prestigious university like Wheaton or a different college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Geneva tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. It could be to your advantage to receive tutoring in Geneva for test prep and help with course material.

Visit the Fabyan Villa Museum to learn about local history. The Villa is well-known due to its redesign by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1907. While visiting, you will learn about the history of the Fabyans through the collection of natural history items and animal specimens. The collection also includes Asian sculptures, original Mission-style furniture, and photographs that show the history of the old home. The house's garden has become an attraction as well. The Japanese Tea Garden was designed by a Japanese architect in 1910 for the Fabyan family. You can stroll through the pristine garden on a self-guided tour and learn the site's history and the theories of Japanese gardening.

More of nature's majesty can be beheld at Peck Farm Park. This 385-acre park has a plethora of activities for people of every age. You can learn about local history at the History Gallery, commune with insects at the Butterfly House, or view the entire park at the Observation Silo. The park offers trails throughout the expansive park for bikers and walkers. Pickup games of soccer and baseball can be played in their respective fields within the park. Geneva is also home to The Viking Ship exhibit. A replica Viking ship that once stood in Lincoln Park, Chicago, is now maintained by the Friends of the Viking Ship.

Once you've applied yourself to learning, Geneva, IL, tutors could help you try to gain admission into the school of your dreams.

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Tutoring review by Kori in Geneva, IL
Completed this week's POW. Topics included finding rectangles whose perimeters are equal to their areas, determining the length of an unknown side of a triangle, estimating the exponent in an exponential equation, determining the number most likely to be rolled by two dice and the probability of rolling that number, and deriving the equation for the area of a trapezoid.
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Tutoring review by Roozbeh in Geneva, IL
We went through her worksheets. It was about exponents and how to add, subtract, multiply and divide them. I explained them to her and we went through almost 15 questions together. She understood how she has to do them. Then we went through the polynomials and their graph. We used degrees and leading coefficients to find the end behavior of each graph. She understood them but she needs to practice a little. She is doing great.
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Tutoring review by Aaron in Geneva, IL
We discussed reasons for why the student may need help performing better. We addressed all the subjects for school individually. I made sure to address any problems in any subject. He had a question about fractions in math class so we reviewed the rules and arithmetic for multiplying, dividing, adding and subtracting fractions. We also discussed ways to stay organized and how to study. The student had an understanding after finishing our review of the math and I left the student with ways to be successful in the classroom.
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Tutoring review by Shawn in Geneva, IL
Today we covered transcription, translation, the role of RNA polymerase, mRNA, tRNA, promoter sequence, and termination sequence in transcription and translation. We also covered briefly the signaling system in cells using the G proteins.
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Tutoring review by Donovan in Geneva, IL
We covered simplification of polynomials and rational functions. The student struggles with minor errors when calculating algebraic expressions. She seems confident about being able to understand all of the material. I taught simple strategies for reducing minor errors. She is ranging in the C to B- in her quizzes. I look to increase this to at least the B+ mark and she's definitely capable of achieving A's.
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Tutoring review by Cordoro in Geneva, IL
We went over multi-step problems that included addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. The student did an excellent job of articulating where she was struggling, which was interest. We worked a few examples and now she's very comfortable with interest problems. She had a great attitude and was eager to learn.
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