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The Top 10 Reasons Summer is a Great Time To Learn
  • Posted on Fri, May 20, 2016 @ 14:05 PM

It’s the beginning of summer: you and your child are starting to enjoy the break. You’re relaxing school-year routines. You’re having fun! You can't help but be heedful of the need to keep little brains active and learning in the summer.  You plan on encouraging him to keep up his reading, writing, math, and vocabulary skills with creative and fun activities.

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The 10 Best Ways to Gain Academic Enrichment
  • Posted on Thu, May 12, 2016 @ 13:05 PM
How To Prevent Learning Loss With Summer Tutoring!
  • Posted on Mon, Apr 18, 2016 @ 10:04 AM
5 Awesome Tips For Finals
  • Posted on Thu, Apr 07, 2016 @ 13:04 PM


Finals season is here yet again!

Before they can enjoy all of the plans they are making; they must survive finals. Students are asking their teachers for that last little grade bump, some extra credit, a curve on a test. Anything to help before the end of the school year.Students are already thinking about all of the fun they will have during Summer break and are making plans with their friends. 

They are looking for anything they can do to finish the school year strong. Acing those finals are the perfect way to get that grade up. It's a good thing that we have compiled a list of ways to score high on those exams.

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Boost Your ACT Score With Personalized Test Prep
  • Posted on Fri, Apr 01, 2016 @ 14:04 PM

High school students spend about 5500 hours in class and 1500 hours on extracurricular activities.


These two categories reflect 50% and 25% of the college admission picture. The other 25% of a student's application is the ACT exam.

The ACT is a standardized test used to measure the success of the student with high school academics and gauge him or her for admission to college. As little as 20 hours of ACT test prep instruction can dramatically improve this quarter of a college application.

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It's Better To Be Over Prepared For The AP Exam
  • Posted on Thu, Mar 24, 2016 @ 14:03 PM
10 Reasons How Tutoring Can Increase Your Child's Learning Capabilities
  • Posted on Mon, Mar 14, 2016 @ 18:03 PM


There are many benefits to private tutoring...


Besides the obvious better grades at school example, we'll list here our top 10 reasons to find your child a private tutor: 

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5 Methods to Improving Your Child's Writing
  • Posted on Wed, Mar 09, 2016 @ 18:03 PM


Writing isn’t natural, it takes time and practice. It is a learned skill, and over time you eventually become proficient in it. However, reading and writing always go hand in hand, so if you want to better your writing skills, start with reading first.

Since we aren’t all immediately born with writing skills, it’s important to get your child started on the right path. 

1. Be a role model. Kids model after their parents’ behaviors, so it’s important to practice writing around them. Whatever type of writing you may be doing throughout the day, expose your child to it. Encourage your children to write in a journal or even write letters to their friends; not only will this enhance their writing skills, but make it will make it fun.

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Helping Students with Mood Disorders Succeed in School
  • Posted on Thu, Mar 03, 2016 @ 12:03 PM


Steps Can Be Taken

Students with mood disorders and emotional problems are more likely to struggle with their school work than their peers. In fact, sometimes the stress of school and the social atmosphere can make it very difficult for a student to complete even the most basic of tasks. When concentration and focus are extremely low, a student’s ability to keep up might feel like an arduous journey. Yet, many steps can be taken outside and inside of the school to make sure any mood disorder or emotional problem doesn’t halt or trip up your student’s success in school. Tutors can also help to keep a student organized and to aid in finding other ways to study that feel more comfortable.

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Modeling Study Skills Greatly Improves Executive Functioning
  • Posted on Fri, Feb 19, 2016 @ 19:02 PM

Modeling Study Skills Can Greatly Improve Your Student's Executive Functioning.

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