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La Grange, Illinois, is a suburb of Chicago. The village is located in Cook County and has a population of approximately 16,000. La Grange has two main railroads running through the village, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe and the CSX/Indiana Harbor Belt.

Located in La Grange, Lyons Township High School is ranked among the top 75 schools in the state. The High School is located in the Lyons Township School District 204 and offers Advanced Placement courses and exams. Private tutors in La Grange can provide you online or in-home tutoring instruction to assist with your challenging course or test prep. If you are falling behind, online tutoring in La Grange is one way to potentially get caught up in your classes or test prep. Just 18 miles away is Chicago, home to multiple top colleges and universities, including DePaul University, Loyola University, and the University of Chicago. Conveniently, La Grange, 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.

La Grange offers a variety of outdoor family activities. Sedgwick Park is host to Movie in the Park on select Fridays throughout the summer. The event offers free popcorn and a free movie played on a 25-foot outdoor screen. Each summer, the community holds the La Grange Endless Summerfest. Running for three days, the festival takes place at Gordon Park and is a family-oriented event. The festival features live music, carnival rides, fireworks, and local food vendors. Less than five miles away, in Brookfield, is the Brookfield Zoo. The zoo features exotic animals as well as several learning programs, including Zoo Camp and Sleepover Safari. Zoo Camp is a summer day camp that offers kids a chance to tour the zoo, meet some of the animals, learn about different animals, and create arts and crafts projects. Sleepover Safari offers a unique look at the zoo overnight. Perfect for youth groups and families, the sleepover provides a guided night hike through the zoo and learning time with some of the zoo keepers. Each child will also make crafts full of tasty treats to feed to the animals the following morning. The sleepover includes ice cream, a movie, breakfast, and zoo admission for the following day.

Is your goal to become student at one of the top colleges or universities in Chicago? One-on-one tutoring in La Grange, IL, can potentially help you do well in your classes and exams, giving you a competitive edge for college acceptance.

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Tutoring review by Robin in La Grange, IL
History: Today, we reviewed chapter four, and I administered 2 ungraded quizzes. The quizzes are being used as study guides. We worked together on the map and reviewed some of the "important names" flashcards. English: In English, we looked over the tri-dec the student was assigned from last week's session. We discussed the concept and purpose of a dialectical journal and set one up for reading Life of Pi. We also began to discuss the idea of a writer's tool box.
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Tutoring review by Brian in La Grange, IL
The student's homework consisted of manipulating quadratic equations. She worked through the problems. Most of her homework consisted of review subjects and she worked problems for her homework.
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Tutoring review by Ty in La Grange, IL
The student and I continued to study for his final exam, covering polynomials and rational functions. We meet again tomorrow night and Wednesday afternoon.
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Tutoring review by Tina in La Grange, IL
We went through some logic problems and practiced some of the problems in his SSAT book. We practiced with negative numbers, since the student still gets nervous about working with them. He was energetic and asked lots of questions.
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Tutoring review by Alexandra in La Grange, IL
The student and I started our session by reviewing the overall format of the test and her strategy for each section. She demonstrated she knows the strategy for all 4 sections. We then completed a fully timed reading section. She was able to complete the entire section with only 2 questions omitted due to time. She was able to get a raw score of 25 which translates to a score of 625 or about 63 percentile. The 50th percentile for a 5th grader is 585 so she is outperforming her peers in reading. We also completed a math section which we split into two parts. She answered several questions which were beyond her understanding and I encouraged her to omit some of these more challenging questions since she only omitted three other questions in the section. She was able to score a 590 which is 36th percentile. Of note, the 50th percentile for a 5th grader is 587 so she is performing at grade level. We will tackle the verbal section at our next session. It is noticeable that the student is much more comfortable with the exam and is moving through problems with more confidence and in a more timely manner. Her score on her upcoming exam should be a significant improvement over her past score.
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Tutoring review by Nicholas in La Grange, IL
We discussed the fundamental theorem of calculus and average value of functions. The student had trouble applying the fundamental theorem of calculus in certain situations. Granted, the type of questions are designed to be tricky, but they are very common and so we have to hammer them out. He is very good at average value, and other mechanical aspects of the course. We talked about a couple of ways to think about different questions, that will hopefully help in the future.
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