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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 get accepted. 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 Hsiao-harng in Grain Valley, MO
We've looked through the problems that I assigned the student to do as homework, particularly the problems that she wasn't able to do. And I showed her how to do those problems. Those problems include factoring equations that are challenging, completing the square, a bit of using the quadratic formula, and solving proportions.
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Tutoring review by Asta in Grain Valley, MO
I reviewed the student over how to find the surface area of a sphere and guided her through her homework. Afterwards, because she has a quiz coming up, I gave her some practice problems to do regarding finding lateral and surface areas of prisms, pyramids, and cones. We spent the last half hour doing more review for her upcoming history test.
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Tutoring review by Moses in Grain Valley, MO
We went over questions that require thinking and forming equations. She was happy she was understanding the concept and the approach to solving these questions.
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Tutoring review by Benedetto in Grain Valley, MO
We graphed functions and looked at extrema, asymptotes, convexity, first and second derivatives and much more. He showed good improvement from the last session and was able to solve many exercises on his own.
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Tutoring review by Richard in Grain Valley, MO
During our second session, the student and I reviewed what we did earlier in the week. When asked to provide feedback, he said that it was helpful to have tutoring support to re-write test material to improve his score that we had discussed. Additionally, he said that he saw the practicality of improving his study and organizational skills. His statement provided the perfect transition for us to continue using the SOAR Curriculum. Having briefly explored Chapter 1 through discussion of multiple intelligences and identifying his own, we then proceeded to read and discuss the next 2 chapters on prioritizing, identifying, and taking action needed to complete goals. The student completed a series of questions and statements. That process led to writing specific action steps to complete his 4 goals. He seemed engaged and was able to converse and respond verbally and in writing. His homework includes reading chapter 4, which covers assembling and using a daily planner. At the close of our time together, he, his mother, and I explored the amount of time appropriate for his twice weekly tutoring sessions. At this point, we agreed that an hour long tutoring session seems to meet his educational needs. There maybe occasions where a session may organically extend to 90 minutes. For example, if he needed additional support and help in completing upcoming homework assignments and long-term projects. My recommendation is that we take this approach in upcoming sessions, being flexible to have sessions run from 60 to 90 minutes.
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Tutoring review by Kevin in Grain Valley, MO
Today we covered topics relating to substitution reactions. Specifically we discussed reactivity, stereochemistry, and distinguishing between SN1 and SN2 reactions. For reactivity we related it back to stability. Stereochemistry was clear after discussing reaction mechanisms. Distinguishing reactions was accomplished by examining nucleophile strength, nature of the solvent, and substitution of the substrate. The student seemed confident in the application of these concepts.
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