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Located in Lake County, Zion, IL, has a population of approximately 24,000. Founded in 1901 by Dr. John Alexander Dowie, the city is the home of Fielders Stadium, where the Lake County Fielders baseball team, owned by Kevin Costner, play. Zion is the birthplace of several notable people, including actor Gary Coleman, members of grunge band Local H, and baseball player Jarvis Brown.

Zion-Benton Township High School District 126 oversees two high schools, one of which is New Tech High-Zion-Benton East. Even at a High School level, studying can be difficult. A private Zion tutoring session can give you expert in-home or online instruction to potentially help you improve in your test prep or course. Recognized in the U.S. News and World Report at the bronze level in both national and statewide rankings, New Tech has achieved many academic accomplishments. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Zion is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep.

Northwestern University, located just 30 miles away from Zion, is ranked 12th among national universities by U.S. News and World Report. One of three campuses, the Evanston campus is a leading research university. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Zion, IL, tutoring for private test prep and instruction.

While in Zion, be sure to stop by the Shiloh House, the residence of the city's founder. Touring through the 25-room mansion, you will find that no expense was spared when designing it. Designed by Swiss architect Paul Burkhardt, it contains unique fixtures brought from Europe, such as the silver swan-shaped bathtubs and pink fireplace. The house contains historical items that were donated back to the house by those who purchased them from the original estate sale. Featuring mementos from the Zion Radio Station, Zion Industries, and Dr. Dowie's medical practice, the house has been completely restored to its original magnificence.

Just a 15 minute drive away is the Genesee Theatre in Waukegan. Originally opening in 1927, the theater has since been renovated from a movie theater to an auditorium with careful planning to work towards that it maintained the historic integrity of the building. While the theater does have a plethora of shows to catch, the building itself is a sight to see.

If you're looking for assistance with course prep, tutors in Zion, IL, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam.

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Tutoring review by Carin in Zion, IL
The student started by completing his worksheet that he had started in class. It was already mostly completed, and he finished it quickly. After checking his answers, we moved on to his review sheets covering fractions and decimals. He managed to complete a page and a half. Then we moved to the computers upstairs, and did some practice with multiplying and dividing exponents. He was able to complete 20 questions in about as many minutes. With practice, he should be able to pick up his speed.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Zion, IL
We worked on material in the student's test review packet. Her next test with cover exponential growth and decay functions, recursive formula, and matrices. The student did well with a topics covered. She made algebraic errors a few times when solving for the unknown variable. We went through the correct steps to solve this equations. The student also did well writing the functional and recursive formula for geometric and arithmetic sequences. Again, I told her to slow down when solving the problems and to ask herself if the answer makes sense.
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Tutoring review by Payal in Zion, IL
In this session ACT reading/ math/ writing/ science subjects were covered. For each subject, practice questions were answered by the student and tutor. In math, graphs, matrices, and logs were covered. In reading, strategies for answering passages were covered. In writing, grammar rules and practice questions were covered. The student was excited to learn new strategies and did well in the practice sessions. I left the student with a few links to review books and I will follow up in an email with videos on specific subjects. The student did not have a complete understanding of certain subject material (ex: chemistry and physics) so I recommended her to get a better understanding of the material before answering passages on those topics. Overall, she did a great job and with practice she will get significantly better.
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Tutoring review by Maggie in Zion, IL
This was our first session. We jumped right into reviewing some homework problems involving polynomial functions (factoring and simplifying). We also worked on simplifying rational functions. The student is missing some conceptual algebra knowledge, so every time she got stuck on approaching a problem, I'd take some time and review some properties, theorems, formulas, etc. so she can apply them to the problems.
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Tutoring review by Melissa in Zion, IL
The student's first 6 weeks is wrapping up so he just has one more test and two projects to complete. He is pretty prepared across the board and doesn't have a lot of any one thing to complete in order to finish everything on time. He is ending the first 6 weeks feeling pretty good, which will give him the confidence to head strongly into the second 6 weeks.
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Tutoring review by Cedric in Zion, IL
The student completed subject content and practice problems that focused on the basic trigonometric functions, congruency, triangle postulates, converting from parametric to rectangular coordinates, degrees to radian conversion, and unit circle calculations in preparation of upcoming test.
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