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Getting the High Score - ACT Test Prep
  • Posted on Wed, Dec 09, 2015 @ 14:12 PM

For the college bound high school student, there can be no more nerve-wracking experience than taking the ACTs.

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How To Get Over Pre-College Jitters
  • Posted on Wed, Apr 08, 2015 @ 14:04 PM

A fairly common complaint amongst potential college students, from high school freshmen to those seeking where they’ll be attending university, is that they don’t feel adequately prepared to make it at a university.There are ways, however, to lessen these seemingly unsolvable anxieties. Students seeking assistance need look no further. Whether it be with an Academic Tutor or on your own, the following tips could prevent you from putting a stop to a much needed education due to fear.


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Tutoring: What You Should Know
  • Posted on Wed, Nov 26, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

Seeing your children succeed in their scholastic endeavors is one of the greatest rewards that come with the parenting territory. While it’s great when our kids can succeed with nothing more than natural talent, sometimes they may need a little bit of help to stay on the right track. Even students who typically excel academically can have difficulty with a subject that doesn’t come naturally to them.

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Getting the High Score - ACT Test Prep
  • Posted on Tue, Nov 04, 2014 @ 06:11 AM

For the college bound high school student, there can be no more nerve-wracking experience than taking the ACTs. Years of extracurricular activities and grade point average maintenance can be undone by a score on a single test.

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Tutoring: What You Need to Know
  • Posted on Wed, Oct 01, 2014 @ 05:10 AM

  

Seeing your children succeed in school is one of the greatest rewards that you as a parent can experience. While it’s great when your children succeed with nothing more than their own natural talents, sometimes they may need a little bit of help to stay on the right track.

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Changes to the Common College Preparatory Expectation
  • Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2014 @ 15:09 PM
Tips for Writing an Awesome ACT Essay
  • Posted on Thu, Jul 10, 2014 @ 11:07 AM

With summer here, tests are probably the last thing on your mind. However, if you're going to be a college-bound junior in the Windy City, you should start thinking about any college tests you may have to take, such as the ACT. Is there a certain test section that's making you consider taking ACT test prep classes in Chicago? Are you dreading having to take the math portion, or are you more worried about English?

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Changes to the Common College Preparatory Expectation
  • Posted on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 @ 11:04 AM

From the moment children enter high school, the distant threats of college and entrance exams stand as a marker on the horizon. College preparatory tests have been the proverbial finish line for generations and while this fact isn’t likely to change anytime soon, researchers suggest there may be a change in the way students should prepare. The commanding rise in online education has changed the dynamic of the academic world, bringing those living within lower income brackets up to the same opportunity level as wealthier families. The tests have also shown signs of change over time, striving to become more relevant to this generations classroom environment. The following suggestions have been offered by professors and test developers alike in order to help students and their parents intercept the evolving format.

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How To Get Past Pre-College Fears
  • Posted on Wed, Mar 05, 2014 @ 10:03 AM

A fairly common complaint amongst potential college students, from high school freshmen to those seeking where they’ll be attending university, is that they don’t feel adequately prepared to make it at a university. There are ways, however, to lessen these seemingly unsolvable anxieties. Students seeking assistance need look no further. Whether it be with an Academic Tutor or on your own, the following tips could prevent you from putting a stop to a much needed education due to fear.

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