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Homewood, Illinois, is a village with over 19,000 people. It is a sister city to Homewood, Alabama. Forbes rated Homewood as one of three most livable Chicago suburbs.

Teens in the Homewood area attend Homewood-Flossmoor High School located in Flossmoor, Illinois. The school is based in the Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233 and was listed by the Washington Post as one of the country's most challenging high schools. You would need to travel to Chicago to attend a university. The University of Chicago is a "Top Five" university according to U.S. News and World Report. You might improve your chances of getting into the best schools if you take advantage of Homewood, IL, tutors for either online or in-home private tutoring and test prep instruction.

In Homewood, you can play sports like volleyball and kickball. The village's Parks and Recreation Department offers them to residents who want to participate in tournaments and meet new people. Sign up, and bring along some buddies if you wish.

Join locals in one of the biggest outings in town: Homewood's Giant Block Party. The block party occurs every August and includes activities like live music, face painting, and a Pooch Parade where you can dress your dog in a funny costume and show it off. Another August event in Homewood is National Night Out at Irwin Park. You will be able to spend the night engaging in festivities with police officers. You can consume food from Homewood eateries and play balloon toss and other games with local law enforcement. You will also see the Security Helicopter and other emergency vehicles on display. Spend a day out with your dog at Rover's Run Dog Park. The park has agility equipment for your dog to exercise itself and a training area where you can teach it new tricks or practice current ones. Do you have a younger sibling or another child in your life who is 10 years old or younger? During those scorching summer days, take them to Millennium Park Splash Pad to run around and cool off. The splash pad is open seven days a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

An enthusiastic Homewood tutor is eager to help you in your private test prep instruction, whether the tutoring session is in-home or online. Expert online tutoring from Homewood tutors could help you work towards success in your test prep and coursework. Tutors in Homewood, IL, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam.

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Tutoring review by Lee in Homewood, IL
The student and I went over some math and chemistry problems he encountered during class. Through some explaining, I think he's grasped the concepts completely.
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Tutoring review by Vanessa in Homewood, IL
During this session, the student and I reviewed factoring. She had a positive attitude and after a brief refresher of algebra skills from the previous school year, she moved along fairly quickly with the problems we practiced. Among these included the differences of squares strategy, target product/ target sum, recognizing a common factor to factor out of an expression, and using a strategy that she learned from her algebra teacher to factor expressions with a number other than one in front of x^2. I also suggested tips to manage her school work better like color coding her tasks in her agenda based on priority or order that she needs to complete them in to prepare for exams or meet certain deadlines. We then began making flashcards for her upcoming world geography test. Great session.
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Tutoring review by Ralph in Homewood, IL
The student is an engaging young man. We talked about expectations and he wants to do better in reading and math. I did some preliminary work with questions and answers about his reading/LA class and what they have done. We were able to ascertain his possible likes and dislikes in reading/LA. He seems to have problems remembering things, but is engaging well in school. We also did some early math to figure out where his strengths lie. He is good at adding and subtracting. Multiplication was a little rougher. Overall, the day was good and we should do well together.
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Tutoring review by Derek in Homewood, IL
This was my final session with the student before her SAT tomorrow. Since we covered math yesterday, we focused primarily on reading today. We started with a practice test in the SAT book, working through some vocabulary questions and then a passage, discussing principles along the way like always. We looked at a few sample reading sections like this. At the end, we reviewed general tips for each portion of the test, such as when to guess and how to narrow answers down. She has shown a lot of improvement. I recommended that she do only a tiny bit of review tonight so that she can rest her brain, and that she go to bed early tonight and eat a good breakfast in the morning. She should do well on her test tomorrow.
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Tutoring review by Cyndi in Homewood, IL
We covered stoichiometry and molarity. The student understands the basic concepts but has some trouble understanding word problems. Once she knows what they are asking for, she normally does well. We will continue to go over word problems next session.
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Tutoring review by Jennifer in Homewood, IL
In this session, we worked with dividing rational expressions, using division to find the equation of a slant asymptote and how to divide rational expressions using both long division as well as synthetic division.
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