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The village of Schiller Park is located in Illinois, and is a part of Cook County. The village has a very interesting history of mob activity during Prohibition, and a local restaurant named The Great Escape was at one point the headquarters of gangster Al Capone. Schiller Park's motto is, "Small Town Feel With A World at its Touch," and its population is around 12,000.

Many students in Schiller Park attend East Leyden High School, which is managed by the Leyden High School District 212. The journey to Chicago from Schiller Park usually takes around 25-30 minutes, and here you'll find many of the nation's finest colleges and universities. Just a few of these schools are DePaul University, Loyola University Chicago, North Park University, and the University of Chicago. Tutors in Schiller Park, IL, provide online or in-home private tutoring and instruction to help you with test prep to pursue admission to a prestigious school. Connecting with a Schiller Park, IL, tutor is one way to try to get an edge on the competition and put yourself in a position to get into the most respected schools.

People from Schiller Park often go to Chicago to enjoy its many attractions and sights, and there's always something new to discover in this huge city. One Chicago staple to check out is the Museum of Contemporary Art, which features exhibitions, collections, performances, and even educational programs. This innovative center is a hub of culture, and it is worth visiting repeatedly. The Rockefeller Memorial Chapel also deserves to be investigated, and this beautiful building is a monument to architecture. This University of Chicago's ornate and elaborate chapel is named after John D. Rockefeller, who had at one time donated $35 million to the school.

North Avenue Beach is another exciting Chicago location, and here you can enjoy a lovely day outside on Lake Michigan. The water here is a calming shade of blue, and the area is well maintained and clean. The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum also begs to be explored, and this facility teems with excellent interactive activities and displays. The museum has a butterfly haven, nature tunnels, and many other exhibits, and it is very family friendly.

If you're looking to try to get the most out of your education, an enthusiastic Schiller Park tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep or classwork instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. You might benefit from online test prep and tutoring in Schiller Park today.

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Tutoring review by Connor in Schiller Park, IL
Today we continued our work on quadrilaterals, learning how to find the area when various pieces of information are missing. We also worked on deductive reasoning as applied to number of sides of polynomials. The student has a problem seeing patterns, we did the same problem three times in a row with different numbers, and all three times the student did not see that it was nearly identical in procedure to the previous problem. We will work on this concept next session. We reinforced the idea of writing everything down because minor mistakes are much more common when he does things in his head.
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Tutoring review by Alexis in Schiller Park, IL
The student is on Spring Break, so we reviewed exponents, which was what he was concentrating on last week. He did a great job with what we reviewed last week and would be ready for an assessment if he was given one on Friday. We also got ahead and worked on negative exponents of entire expressions.
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Tutoring review by Rachel in Schiller Park, IL
The student and I worked on those math concepts he felt he had the most trouble with during the last ACT he took. We talked about formulas, what to do when you don't have them, and ways to synthesize what the question is asking you. We worked on circles, midpoint and distance.
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Tutoring review by Tam in Schiller Park, IL
The student and I worked on a practice exam. We discussed evaluating six trigonometric functions based on a given terminal point of an angle, determining the exact value of a trigonometric expression using the unit circle, determining the period, domain, and range of different trigonometric functions by identifying vertical/ horizontal shift/ compression/ stretching/ reflection, evaluating the inverse trigonometric functions by applying the unit circle, isolating the restricted region of each type of function, and back-calculating the angle value, and evaluating double trigonometric functions. She understood the materials.
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Tutoring review by Michael in Schiller Park, IL
The student and I continued our review for his final exam. This session we focused on polynomial and rational functions. We went over the several approaches to finding zeroes of function: long and synthetic division, factoring, quadratic formula, etc. Additionally, we discussed at length how to graph these functions: identifying zeros, vertical, horizontal, or slant asymptotes, vertex, and so on. He has a great understanding of the material and we will revisit all this information for the last day before his test.
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Tutoring review by Eduard in Schiller Park, IL
The student had a test coming up, and we reviewed the content that was going to be covered. He had some trouble with logarithmic functions and conversions to exponential functions, and we took some time to go over that. He then worked on a practice worksheet/test that his teacher had given out. After numerous examples, he seemed to have grasped the content. He was engaged and attentive during the session.
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