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The village of Grayslake, Illinois, is located in Lake County, and is a part of the larger Chicago metropolitan area. Massachusettsan William M. Gray originally settled the area in 1840, and many farmers came to the region after this. The Wisconsin Central Railroad built a station in Grayslake in 1886, which connected it to Fond du Lac and Chicago. The village then officially incorporated in 1895.

The two secondary institutions in the village, Grayslake Central High School and Grayslake North High School, are managed by Grayslake Community High School District 127. Grayslake Central High has earned a silver medal from US News for its superb educational programs, and it ranks within the top 30 Illinois high schools.

Grayslake is roughly halfway between Chicago and Milwaukee, which allows you to take advantage of amazing colleges and universities in both cities. Some of the great schools in Chicago are the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of Chicago, and some excellent Milwaukee schools are Marquette University and the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Private tutoring in Grayslake, 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. Grayslake, IL, tutoring could help you achieve academic excellence and surpass your goals.

Grayslake hosts several festivals each year, which give its residents the opportunity to celebrate their heritage. Grayslake Days is celebrated for two days in mid-August every year, and at the festival, you can enjoy seeing a pet and bike parade, a talent competition, and a number of carnival games. Taste of Grayslake is also held annually, usually a week prior to Independence Day weekend. At this festival, you have the opportunity to try out all of the delicious food that Grayslake has to offer, and live entertainment is also present.

This village is also home to a number of charming small-town attractions, one of which is the Grayslake Heritage Center and Museum. Here you can admire permanent exhibits and rotating displays that tell the history of the area, and it is as interesting as it is educational. Another popular spot is the James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts, where you can see various plays and comedies throughout the year.

If you are looking for private online or in-home tutoring to potentially improve in class or pass that big exam, professional tutors in Grayslake are skilled in instruction and test prep for all levels. Finding excellent Grayslake tutoring online might help a great deal with test prep today.

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Tutoring review by Amrutha in Grayslake, IL
The first student chose to work on an online placement test during the session. She is usually a bit stubborn about doing basic processes without a calculator so the exam challenged her in this regard. She was able to successfully divide decimals and fractions without a calc. She struggles with remembering how to divide fractions, so we did practice on that, and she was left to finish her test on her own. The second student chose to do her online test on her own and asked to review concepts for an upcoming exam. We reviewed scatter plots, and mean/median/mode for her exam. Their teacher has sent me a timeline of material for the semester, so from the next session, we'll focus on moving forward and getting ahead on concepts.
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Tutoring review by Kelly in Grayslake, IL
The student has a big history project coming up on slavery, so we discussed what topic he might cover for the project. Then, we did math word problems. He has a tendency to rush through the math portion, so I'm giving him problems with multiple questions and that require unit conversion so that he slows down and reads the question carefully.
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Tutoring review by Jayada in Grayslake, IL
The student is going to have his final semester exam on 15th of May. We worked on the review packet for this test provided by his school teacher. We reviewed the following contents: 1). Factor given polynomials 2). Add and multiply polynomials algebraically 3). Name and degrees of polynomials 4). Solve the system of linear equations by elimination, graph, and substitution methods 5). Solve Multi-step equations
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Tutoring review by Ahmad in Grayslake, IL
Today we covered factoring and completing the square. We divided the coefficient next to the first degree x by 2 and squared it. Then we factored the expression. We used this to solve for quadratic equations. When solving these equations, we did the same thing to both sides. First we moved the constant to other side. Then we completed the square using both first and second degree variables. We took the square root of both sides and separated the equation into two equations . Then we solved for x. The student was eager to learn the material. She understood it fairly well.
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Tutoring review by Rashmi in Grayslake, IL
In today's session, we reviewed her homework (area and perimeter of a figure). She showed proficiency in the concept but did not show her work. I asked to show all her work in future math problems. In addition I helped her doing work on showing fractions using a number line. Also I reviewed with her a new concept of mean/ median/ mode/ range, and she practiced a few problems with me. For homework I asked her to work on a few problems on comparison of fractions and changing fractions into decimals.
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Tutoring review by Chris in Grayslake, IL
We reviewed material for a test on Friday. The student did well with most of the work (evaluating numerical expressions, translating word problems, multi digit multiplication).
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