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Montgomery, IL, is a village in northern Illinois. It is shared by Kane and Kendall Counties and has a population of 18,400. The town is known for its annual Montgomery Fest, which is held every August. It has a variety of activities for families, a parade, and a large fireworks display.

Students in Montgomery have the option to attend a High School in the several school districts that serve the village. Oswego CUSD 308 hosts two high schools, which are Oswego East High School and Oswego High School. Yorkville CUSD 115 hosts Yorkville High School and Kaneland CUSD 302 hosts Kaneland Senior High School. One way to potentially improve the chances of getting accepted into a prestigious school is by using online or in-home Montgomery, IL, tutoring for private test prep and instruction. One way to potentially improve on that important exam is by connecting with a private Montgomery tutor who has both in-home and online tutoring experience in instruction for test prep. If you are looking to apply to a top university, check out North Central College, in Naperville, which ranks in the top 15 best schools in the Midwest. Another excellent top school is Wheaton College, in Wheaton, which proudly ranks in the top 100 best universities in the United States. Either of these schools will look great on your resume and will impress future employers.

There are plenty of attractions to keep you entertained in and near Montgomery, IL. Jericho Lake Park is a fun park that you can fish in, bike, hike, run in, and picnic in. It is 40 acres of beautiful scenery for visitors and residents of Montgomery. In the months of June and July, the city hosts a concert in Montgomery Park. Each concert has a theme, so you should come prepared to have a good time. Every summer, the town hosts Montgomery Festival, which brings in people from surrounding towns for the carnival rides, delicious fair vendors, free pony rides for the kids, a petting zoo, a parade, and much more. Do you love biking? If so, Montgomery has several bike paths for bikers to enjoy and frequent. The Virgil Gilman Trail, the Fox River Trail, and the various trails on the west side of the village are great ways to exercise or go on a family bike ride.

Don't stress out about your upcoming tests. Skilled in-person or online Montgomery tutors might help students get ahead in their courses or test prep with one-on-one tutoring sessions. If you take advantage of Montgomery, IL, tutoring, you might increase your chances of getting into the top colleges and universities.

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Tutoring review by De'Jour in Montgomery, IL
During our session, we worked on math and reading fluency. Some of the concepts we covered were number patterns and place value.
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Tutoring review by Lindsey in Montgomery, IL
The student did not have any Algebra homework or tests/quizzes to study for. She had multiple assignments, projects, and tests in other classes to prepare so I helped her with those, including Biology and World History. We also talked a little about college, including the placement test versus GPA and the sliding scale some universities have for admissions, AP classes, applications, majors, and the importance of work ethic. She also shared her grades for the third quarter and so far in the fourth quarter with me. She is continuing to make A's and B's and to strive for A's, so she is doing very well.
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Tutoring review by Carol in Montgomery, IL
I met with the student for additional time to provide additional support and practice for subtracting with up to 6 digits with regrouping. He needed additional practice regrouping especially with zeros. Using a whiteboard I started with 3 digit subtraction with regrouping, then did 4 digit, moved up to 5 digits and then worked on 6 digits. He seemed to understand better. He is more successful when he can write the numbers larger so that he can easily see the problem and makes fewer mistakes. I recommend that his teacher modify his math problems to be larger for him to be more successful. Then we read a small passage and discussed author's purpose.
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Tutoring review by Pervez in Montgomery, IL
I covered the topic of Cells of Prokaryotes, and Eukaryotes. I then taught about the difference between these two types of cells. In Eukaryotes, I taught about different organelles of plant and animal cells and their functions. We covered the concept of diffusion, osmosis, passive transport, facilitated diffusion, and coupled transport by a membrane protein. I used a PowerPoint slideshow to start off the tutoring session. The student was attentive and was keenly participating in the session by asking questions.
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Tutoring review by William in Montgomery, IL
We worked almost exclusively on the quantitative section. The student had previously found finishing the section in the time allotted to be a problem. He has a tendency to be overly systematic for what is essentially a puzzle test, so ways to find answers with minimal set-up were emphasized. We will return to quantitative next meeting, with practice drills for percentage problems, averaging, and geometry.
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Tutoring review by Lindsey in Montgomery, IL
The student and I worked through many topics in precalculus and physics. We discussed working with various trigonometric formulas--sum, difference, half-angle, and double-angle-- to calculate exact solutions using the unit circle for diverse angles. We also discussed forces in circular motion, finishing up her physics homework.
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