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Godfrey, IL, is a village in southwest Illinois, located in Madison County. It has a population of 17,900. The village is named after Benjamin Godfrey, the first of settler of the village. He arrived in 1832 and essentially created and fostered the village to be what it is today.

There are no high schools in Godfrey, but the closest school is Alton High School, located in Alton. It serves the Alton School District. Private Godfrey tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. Tutors in Godfrey, IL, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam. There are several top ranked colleges near Godfrey. Principia College is in the top 200 best liberal arts colleges and is in the neighboring city of Elsah. The Southern University of Illinois Edwardsville is an outstanding college option because it ranks in the top 50 best colleges in the Midwest. Private tutoring in Godfrey, IL, for test prep instruction, which is available online and in-home, is a great way to make the effort to try to get accepted into and excel at an elite school.

There is something for everyone to enjoy in Godfrey, IL. There are several fun parks to visit. The Robert E. Glazebrook Park is a town favorite. It is a great for bikers and walkers because of the paths. It would be great for you to host a party there because of the rentable picnic shelters and the luxury of being on a one-acre lake, the bathrooms, and the grills. It is home to the "The Great Godfrey Maze," which is a shrub maze for people to try. Every summer, there is monthly movie played in Glazebrook Park on a large screen. These movies are always family-friendly and can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Every month, The Nature Institute invites the community to go on a moonlit hike through the Mississippi Sanctuary. It usually lasts an hour. LaVista Park is Godfrey's largest park, with 93 biking and running acres of fun. There is a community garden in the park, called the "Discovery Garden" for people to contribute to. To relax in Godfrey, you can stop by Josephine's Tea Room, a quaint tea cafe that serves up English-like dishes and desserts, and of course, a large assortment of teas.

Are you stressing about a big test coming up? Godfrey tutors offer online and in-person tutoring sessions to give you the test prep and instruction you need to try to do well on your big exam.

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Tutoring review by Ivan in Godfrey, IL
Tonight the student and I covered volume between curves, which is the new topic that his class will be covering. We discussed the relationships between the radii and the set up of the integrals, along with the idea behind the volume of the objects themselves. We plan to continue discussing this topic on Wednesday, after his derivative/integral test involving natural log, which he has on Monday. Good luck to him!
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Tutoring review by Manelle in Godfrey, IL
The student and I covered some free response questions. We focused on Euler's method and infinite series. Euler's method was not difficult but took a few practice problems to get the hang of it. Infinite series went very well and we'll continue to practice them on Monday.
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Tutoring review by Dalia in Godfrey, IL
We went over the reading, quantitative, and vocabulary sections of an ISEE exam I had assigned her over the summer break. The student has really focused on improving her vocabulary skills. The flashcard idea has helped her a lot. She received above a 75% in each section, with math being her highest score. She still needs to passage map to help narrow down to the answer which corresponds to what the question is specifically asking. I assigned her two passages to map for the next session as well as an essay, so that we may work on grammar and essay structure. In the math section she was introduced to two special right triangles, the 30-30-60 and 45-45-90 right triangles and their rules. Memorizing the math rules will help her get to answers much more quickly on this timed exam.
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Tutoring review by Olivia in Godfrey, IL
Today we worked on homework and a little bit of science fair project research. We started with 2 social studies worksheets. These were simple worksheets with a reading passage and a few comprehension questions following. We then moved to math. The student was tasked with printing game cards for class. She had to come up with equations, solve them, and print them onto the cards. She also typed her first draft of her personal narrative. It was a relatively simple day. We finished talking about her science project, and I showed her a YouTube video of the experiment I thought would be good to reproduce and vary.
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Tutoring review by Moses in Godfrey, IL
For honors chem, we covered: mole concept, percentage yields, Avogadro's number, percentage composition, and stoichiometry. We went over how to convert moles to mass using mole ratios, how to calculate percentage yield and percentage composition.
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Tutoring review by Maxwell in Godfrey, IL
The student and I covered some quantum mechanics and physical chemistry, specifically converting between wavelength and frequency and then applying them to chemical concepts. We also went over the electromagnetic spectrum and how frequency and wavelength relate to energy. She is going to read up on quantum numbers before next session, and we will go over those.
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