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About Aurora

Aurora, IL, is a suburb of greater Chicago and is the second largest city in IL. Its population is approximately 200,000. The city extends into Kane, DuPage, Kendall, and Will Counties. With close access to big city attractions in Chicago, as well as to open farmlands to the west, Aurora provides balance and opportunity. Striving to give the best education to its youth, Aurora has 46 public schools operating within its city limits. In the Indian Prairie Community Unit School district 204, Metea Valley High School and Waubonsie Valley High School each earned silver medals in "US News and World Report" rankings. The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy is a state-funded magnet school that accepts any Illinois student who meets admission requirements. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in Aurora, IL, is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep.

The city is also home to Aurora University, where approximately 5,000 students are enrolled in bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs. Aurora also has two branches of Waubonsee Community College and a branch of Rasmussen College. Competition for excellent test scores is a priority for students seeking college admission. A good way to work to potentially get into the school of your choice is by using a private Aurora tutor who can offer you expert test prep instruction and tutoring, either in-home or online. Completion of a Waubonsee Community College campus on the Fox River has sparked redevelopment of downtown Aurora. Plans include adding parks, walking paths, and a new pedestrian bridge to cross the river. The area is also home to the Paramount Theatre, a large live performance venue on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Tara in Aurora, IL
The student finished a draft of his research paper for his English class. He will make the edits we went over before it's due on Wednesday.
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Tutoring review by Travis in Aurora, IL
Today, the student and I focused on reviewing topics for his upcoming final exams. Mainly, we covered multiple step word problems, dividing fractions/mixed numbers and descriptive statistics. He continues to work hard and be enthusiastic about learning! I'm highly confident that he will perform well on his final exams!
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Tutoring review by Shivani in Aurora, IL
Student 2 and I discussed his algebra homework and studied science. Student 2 and I worked on multiplication tables and read two chapters in a book.
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Tutoring review by Annika in Aurora, IL
The student and I started off with a freewrite, then we continued a topic from the previous week, talking about maps and the elements of a map. We practiced making pretend maps and I had her explain what the map helps us find, what information it gives, etc. We switched gears and did a drawing activity that uses the multiplication table to help you draw a pattern. Later, we went back to mapmaking so that she could work on her US map for social studies. We used the concepts we had spoken about to determine what her map should include and she was able to get started on that during the session. She will be able to continue that this week for class. She was able recall concepts we had discussed last session and apply them this time, which showed she is engaged and retaining the information. I'd like to continue to work on problem solving and critical thinking skills, so that when she is faced with a large assignment, like drawing a map of the US, she can break it down into smaller parts and it will be easier to do. This was a great session!
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Aurora, IL
The student worked on division with remainders. She is doing well with this concept and only making few errors. We also discussed adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions. She then worked on her two multiplication facts. I left her with extra practice problems. She is to practice for five to ten minutes a night on these facts.
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Tutoring review by Ingrid in Aurora, IL
Today we discussed and planned the approach to working with the boys. I had each of them take a practice placement exam sample math test. One covered the quantitative skills and the other focused more on mathematical concepts. They all did well on the practice. I reviewed all the questions and helped them with their questions and concerns. I also showed them the website and had them begin taking the ISEE middle grade pre-test in math. Again this was more of a pre-test to evaluate their skills. I have asked the 3 boys to complete the practice test this week so I can assess their areas of strength and weakness. I also recommended that they use the math website to help with math questions or areas where they need additional help. All three boys were cooperative and did a great job this session.
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