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Chatham, IL, has an estimated population of about 12,000. The village is within Sangamon County and is located less than 3 miles south of Springfield, the Illinois capitol. The village fell along the original well-known U.S. Route 66.

The village's school district is Ball Chatham Community Unit School District 5. Students in the district attend Glenwood High School, which is ranked 74th in the state. You'll want to make sure your grades are in top form when applying to colleges. Professional in-person or online tutoring in Chatham is a great way to try to get ahead in your class or test prep. Private tutors in Chatham can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. Nearby college, University of Illinois Springfield is a great option for college goers. However, it is ranked in the top 50 of the region's schools, which may make it difficult to attend. Conveniently, Chatham, IL, tutors offer both online and in-home private test prep tutoring with personalized instruction to try to help students succeed at the best schools.

When you need a break from studying, visit the attractions around Chatham. The town is full of history and great places to visit. First, learn about the local history at the Chatham Railroad Museum. The museum is located in a restored 1887 railroad depot. The station served the area for nearly 50 years. You and friends of all ages can visit the museum and learn about the local history from the hundreds of exhibits. You can even go inside a restored 1910 wooden caboose. One of the museum's highlights is the New York Central Model locomotive, which was once used at the 1939 New York World's Fair.

You can check out more history at the Caldwell Farmstead. The historic farmstead is a two-story towered Italianate house from 1876. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When you're there, you will be able to admire the architecture of the old home. It features a Roman column supported front porch, decorative brackets, a hip roof, and a three story tower that rises above the front entrance.

If you're looking for a way to get out in nature for a walk, jog, or bike ride, then visit the Interurban Trail. The paved trail stretches nearly 9 miles and runs to Springfield, the state capital.

Once you've stretched your legs and relaxed, you can go back to your studies with a clear mind. A Chatham, IL, tutor might help you realize success in all of your academic endeavors.

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Tutoring review by Mia in Chatham, IL
We went over some online digits practice (topic 10). We talked about his previous grades (strengths/weaknesses). We will work on more sample items and I suggested the use of online practice problems in between our weekly sessions, for extra practice with immediate feedback and explanations.
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Tutoring review by Zain in Chatham, IL
For our last session before the student's exam this weekend, I sorted through a variety of ACT math practice questions to select the ones that I know she has needed the most practice with. Even more impressive than her soaking in a huge amount of math knowledge this past month has been her tremendous improvement in being able to intelligently follow through with the process of elimination using strategies like drawing (or redrawing) a visual for the problems, rewriting parts of the problem in her own words, and estimation. I think with these strategies she has gained far more in the past month than just trying to cram as much as possible in terms of mathematical concepts and ideas, though in that respect too she has improved. Most of the problems I worked through with the student, I selected because they drew on more than one of the concepts I have prioritized this past month: solving equations, fractions, operations with ratios and percentages, terminology (parallel/ perpendicular), and making sure to know what exactly word problems are asking for. We also reviewed a number of different units like inches and feet that I clarified with her, as she was unsure on some issues regarding how to convert between units. Besides that, I am happy with how our review went and am confident that she is well-prepared for the exam this weekend. I look forward to hearing back about how everything went.
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Tutoring review by Justine in Chatham, IL
We went over the new draft of the student's graduate admissions essays. I wanted to emphasize the inclusion of her goals and concrete experiences to make her essays as strong as possible. She gave great feedback, and I look forward to going over further revisions.
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Tutoring review by Benjamin in Chatham, IL
We covered trig, logarithms, and the quadratic function. There were no difficulties, the client is just going memorize formulas and give it some practice. He will be getting an algebra 2 book to work on practice problems. There is always noticeable progress with this client.
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Tutoring review by Janice in Chatham, IL
During this session, we reviewed 7 sections for the student's test tomorrow. He understands the material very well. We discussed ordering decimals and whole numbers, solving for a variable, and using all 4 operations with decimals and fractions. I was asking leading questions as to how the problem was solved. If he got an incorrect answer, we discussed various strategies to use so it would be less likely to occur.
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Tutoring review by Jonathan in Chatham, IL
Today, we went over implicit differentiation and figuring out the coordinates in a tangent line that make it vertical and horizontal. I gave the student many practice problems to work on to make sure he understood the application of chain rule and product rule and knew how to solve them with implicit differentiation concepts. He understood his mistakes and was able to work the problems easily. Next, I gave him practice on derivatives of trigonometric functions, and we went over the questions he didn't understand. After guiding him to the right answer, he was able to solve the problems. Lastly, we did derivative of an inverse function, and he was able to spot his mistake and figured out a way to solve the question easily.
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