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Lincoln Park, Illinois, is a neighborhood located on Chicago's North Side. The neighborhood sits between the shores of Lake Michigan and the Chicago River. It houses the Old Town Triangle as well as the Children's Memorial Hospital.

Northside College Preparatory High School is ranked the number one school in the state. The school is in the Chicago Public School District. A private Lincoln Park tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Lincoln Park tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam. Chicago offers such top universities as the University of Chicago, Loyola University, and DePaul University within the big city. DePaul University is located within the Lincoln Park neighborhood. If you seek online or in-home private tutoring for test prep and general subject instruction from Lincoln Park, IL, tutors, you could potentially increase your odds of getting into your top school choice.

The Lincoln Park Zoo is positioned at the heart of the neighborhood. The zoo is home to a variety of exotic animals for visitors to view. It also hosts several special events throughout the year as well as education programs. Zoo Explorers offers a great field trip program for students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The program provides a one-hour structured learning environment with a zoo educator. Students are able to participate in hands-on learning activities and are given data worksheets to fill out while they carefully observe the animal exhibits. Just before the entrance of the zoo is the unique Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool. The park features a stone walking path circling a tranquil pond. Stroll around the pond, or take a seat and soak up the natural surroundings under the pavilion.

Also located in the neighborhood is the Lincoln Park Conservatory. You can visit the four display houses within the conservatory and step into a world of tropical palm trees, lush ferns, and beautiful orchids. The fourth house is used for the annual flower shows you can also attend here. You can stop by and walk through the gardens every day of the week, or stop by Friday, Saturday, or Sunday during the summer months for a tour. Group tours can also be scheduled in advance. 

Is your goal to attend the local and prestigious DePaul University? Lincoln Park, IL, 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 Sara in Lincoln Park, IL
We reviewed her fraction work from class. Then we reviewed a word problem. Then we reviewed math facts. She tends to forget multiplication facts from the higher numbers. I will review them with her next time and look at her class work to where math is headed.
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Tutoring review by Gabrielle in Lincoln Park, IL
The student and I met for a final review session before he retakes the test on Friday. He scored a 159 on both sections and a 4.5 on the essays. We spent the session first reviewing two practice test sections and then going over general math problems (specifically, proportion, ratio, rate, and algebraic quantitative comparison). Speed was his greatest problem on the last test, so I recommended doing some more practice problems tonight to make sure he's in good shape for tomorrow. It was a pleasure working with him today!
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Tutoring review by Joel in Lincoln Park, IL
The student had a problem set on constant velocity motion. We worked on careful units conversion, speed of sound in air, speed of light in vacuum, and d=vt problems. We worked on careful substitution with units, and careful algebra (with units) and final answer (with units). He was attentive and solved the problems well. I only had to remind him that the sound went across the canyon and back on that problem, otherwise he made no mistakes.
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Tutoring review by Laura in Lincoln Park, IL
Today, the student and I worked on converting percents to fractions and decimals. She had a bit of trouble converting 4%, 6%, 8%, etc. to a decimal, as she would forget to put a zero in front of the 4, 6, 8, and so on. We'll keep working on this. We did a lot of word problems tonight that involved money, both on her homework and some extra problems that I had.
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Tutoring review by Patricia in Lincoln Park, IL
I worked on Stats homework with the student (which he was completely able to do himself, and didn't need any help from me), and then reviewed his past SAT Writing portion. We then went over ways he could improve his score for his upcoming SAT test this weekend.
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Tutoring review by Josh in Lincoln Park, IL
We looked at a couple of outside sources for the student's essay, including a recent newspaper article and the transcript of a Ted Talk. We discussed ways this material might expand or complicate her argument.
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