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We require the most rigorous qualifications of Prospect Heights tutors, in addition to a background check. Only a tiny fraction of those candidates who apply ultimately make it through our demanding interview process. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

Skilled tutors develop lessons to meet your individual needs. One-on-one tutoring sessions are held at a time and location of your choosing.

Saratoga Springs, UT, is a city in Utah County. It has a population of 17,800 residents. This city was incorporated in 1997. It is known for being the one of the first cities in the 21st century to start a municipal library completely off of donations from volunteers.

Westlake High School is the High School that serves Saratoga Springs, and it is in the  Alpine School District. Westlake is a top ranking High School in Utah; it is ranked in the top 25 best high schools in the state. An enthusiastic Saratoga Springs tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Tutors in Saratoga Springs, who offer tutoring sessions either in-person or online, can provide you the test prep assistance to potentially improve on test day. Westminster is an exemplary school ranked in the top 25 best colleges in the West. The University of Utah is another great option, as it is a top ranking college. It ranks in the top 150 best colleges in the United States. Attending a top ranking university is not out your reach, because tutors in Saratoga Springs, UT, are waiting to work with you in pursuit of realizing your greatest potential. 

There are several attractions that will keep you busy in Saratoga Springs. The city is loved for its variety of parks. There are 20 parks in the city, but there are a few that outshine the others. Neptune Park has a gigantic pyramid that's entirely for climbing on. All of the park's play structures look like they're from the future. It's also known the be the park that the city hosts its many events in throughout the year. It has a large pavilion for picnics, as well. Harvest Hills Park is a beautiful park that sits up on a hill, allowing visitors to see over the roofs and hills of the city. There is also plenty of space for playing sports and hosting events on the large grassy areas. A great way to spend your time outside and brush up on your golfing, is to have a membership at the Talons Cove Golf Course. It has a beautiful view of Utah Lake. The course can host weddings and receptions, as well.

Are you nervous about applying to a top college? Whether you are looking to attend a private or public college or university, you might benefit by seeking a personal tutor in Saratoga Springs, UT, who can offer you online or in-home tutoring sessions for test prep instruction.

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Tutoring review by Terry in Prospect Heights, IL
I wanted to see how the student responded to grade-level questions on geometry and measurement topics in an actual problem set, so I had her work with me through two problem sets online. She was very quick at the geometry questions. We moved into an online problem set on reading analog clocks and calculating elapsed time. She was able to read and calculate time with reminders about each hand and with direction to read the minutes first.
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Tutoring review by Dylan in Prospect Heights, IL
During today's lesson, the student and I reviewed many properties of equality and number properties. For number properties we covered associative, cumulative, distributive, multiplicative inverse, multiplicative identity, etc. For properties of equality we covered reflexive, transitive, symmetric, additive, multiplicative, etc. The student went over many practice problems and problems he had missed on his "Check Your Mastery" section of his Algebra 2 course. We scheduled next week's time, and discussed that the next lesson will cover topics in applying algebra 2 concepts to real-world problems.
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Tutoring review by Justin in Prospect Heights, IL
Today, we prepared for the student's quiz next Thursday regarding parallel lines and angle theorems. We were almost able to complete his 3.2 worksheet, and we went through the difficult problems that he had questions on. He should be able to finish the rest on his own with no problem. I'm confident he will do well on his test next week.
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Tutoring review by Amelia in Prospect Heights, IL
We went over her first full practice test attempt. She did all sections except for math--she attempted half of the questions. Then we went over the problems she answered incorrectly in all sections, and focused the last hour on just math. We went over practice problems together and one by one talked about the concepts they were testing on, and reviewed those concepts again in full if she was unfamiliar. These included scientific notation, angles of a triangle, probability, and proportions.
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Tutoring review by Susan in Prospect Heights, IL
Today we worked on reviewing the student's Harvey Milk paper. This focused mostly on matching details from his outline to the paper as well as grammar and sentence structure. We also talked about the importance of following through with strategies and collaboratively developed plans that we make together. This relates to being held accountable as he implements them. He worked on his last reading assignment for his current novel. This included looking back in the text to refresh his memory and occasionally re-reading parts. Before he started reading, he and I read over the directions/ questions. This focused his attention while he was reading/ re-reading to find the answer. He took his time to write neatly and only a few times had to re-write words/ letters. I look forward to hearing how he did on his chunked schedule to finish his assignment over the weekend.
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Tutoring review by Audrey in Prospect Heights, IL
The student is working on reading credit card statements and computing remaining balance. We reviewed several worksheets he had in his folder. His main problem is knowing the vocabulary: balance, credit, payment, annual, finance charge. He read over the vocabulary on his bell worksheets. I role played borrowing money and having him decide whether a payment, finance charge, or credits were added or subtracted from the balance. On his worksheets, he wrote out equations and can accurately compute on his calculator. We also practiced multiplication of decimals.
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