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Hazel Crest is a village in Illinois that is located within Cook County. The area was originally known as South Harvey and was first settled in 1870 by farmers. The community changed its name to Hazel Crest in 1900 in honor of the abundant hazelnut bushes that grew in the region, and the community officially incorporated in 1912. Many descendants of the original settlers still live in Hazel Brush, and these residents continue exercising excellent community spirit.

Though there are no secondary institutions in Hazel Crest, a majority of residents attend Hillcrest High School in neighboring Country Club Hills. Hillcrest High is administered by High School District 228.

Chicago is about 20 miles north of Hazel Crest, and is home to many world-famous colleges and universities. Some of the excellent schools there are the University of Chicago, DePaul University, Columbia College Chicago, and Saint Xavier University. Private instruction and test prep from tutors in Hazel Crest, IL, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools. Seeking tutoring in Hazel Crest, IL, is a great first step to work to try to get to the next level in your education.

Chicago also makes a great day trip destination, and Hazel Crest residents often visit the city in search of entertainment. One of Chicago's most beautiful locations to visit is the Garfield Park Conservatory, where you can admire a huge variety of beautiful and lush plants. It is easy to spend hours in this garden, which is completely free. The Lincoln Park Zoo is not far away from the conservatory, and there you can observe and interact with exotic animals from all over the world. This wonderful place was first established in 1868, covers 35-acres, and is also one of America's only free-admission zoos.

Holy Name Cathedral is also worth paying a visit, as the architecture that has gone into constructing this building is amazing. The cathedral was built in 1872, and the entire structure is ornately and elegantly decorated. If you'd like to get away from towering skyscrapers for a while, try visiting Lakefront Trail. There you can take a walk or ride your bike alongside a serene waterfront.

Whether you are going to a prestigious elite university or a community college, private online or in-home tutoring and instruction from a Hazel Crest tutor is a good idea to help you with your test prep and courses. Expert tutors in Hazel Crest could help you get ahead with in-person or online test prep tutoring.

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Tutoring review by Kori in Hazel Crest, IL
Completed challenge problems. Topics included a Singapore bar model problem involving proportions, finding a pattern in the sum of the digits of all the counting numbers in a given range, the number of degrees between the hands of a clock at a given time, a probability calculation combined with visualizing cube that has been divided into 64 smaller cubes, and a combinatorics problem.
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Tutoring review by Dion in Hazel Crest, IL
We reviewed exponents, logarithms, and conic sections in preparation for his upcoming final exam. The student seemed to get most of the material. I left him with some pointers on test taking, tips on formulas to remember, and general good wishes on his exam.
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Tutoring review by Lisa in Hazel Crest, IL
The student was continuing to review for his final exam. For this session, we focused mostly on graphing. We worked on graphing linear functions, linear inequalities, and quadratic functions. Again, he was a little rusty, but picked it back up quickly. I think he is in very good shape for his final.
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Tutoring review by Marie-Urlima in Hazel Crest, IL
The student completed her homework on solving equations using the quadratic formula. Her only question was on what to do when the art under the radical is negative. I explained to her that the problem had no solution.
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Tutoring review by Garrett in Hazel Crest, IL
On Sunday, the student and I focused on electric fields, which I initially detected to be a weak area for him, in preparation for his midterm exam today. He was focused and on the ball and seemed to have a firm grasp on the topic by the close of our session. I gave him a few follow-up problems from his textbook to practice to solidify his new learning.
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Tutoring review by Kimberly in Hazel Crest, IL
The student and I began reading his book "Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry." We went over ways for him to take notes as he reads the book so that his book report will be easier to write. I taught him how to write character analyses for each major character and how to recognize themes for each group of paragraphs. We also created notes, and I showed him different strategies he could use to annotate his work in his book. I informed him that we will look back over his book on Monday, and I'll go over his notes with him to make sure he continued to take notes and understood how to do them in a way that is easy for him to understand. I will also look over his vocabulary sheet to make sure he has been adding new words that he does not know from his readings. I believe this is a great way to improve his vocabulary and reading comprehension skills.
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