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Tips for the Day of the ACT Test
  • Posted on Fri, Nov 28, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

ACT Test Tips

Taking the ACT test, which examines students' knowledge of English, math, reading and science reasoning, can be stressful for both students and parents. Even if your child has been preparing for the test with the help of an ACT tutor, he or she may still be nervous at the thought of taking the exam. Aside from taking an ACT test prep course, here are some practical steps that you can take to make the day of the ACT test go smoothly.

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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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How to Help Your Children with Their Homework
  • Posted on Mon, Nov 24, 2014 @ 05:11 AM
Teaching to the Left and Right Sides of the Brain
  • Posted on Sat, Nov 22, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

A New Way to Teach

The left and right side of the brain serve different functions, but are both just as important to learning as the other. In order for children to learn to their maximum potential, teaching methods that educate both sides of the brain are of the utmost importance. No longer is the focus of schooling simply on analysis and memorization; creativity and visualization is also important. Many academic tutoring services realize this and use a unique approach to address this new way of learning.

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Applying to College: 4 Major Factors
  • Posted on Thu, Nov 20, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

Senior year has arrived! Your son or daughter thought it would never come after all those eager years of fantasizing about the freedom of college. The only problem is he or she probably has little to no idea on what schools suits them, what is important to look for in colleges, or what career path to even follow. This process can be a kick in the teeth for the whole family, as everyone just wants what's best for their senior. To simplify this process, I've laid out three main considerations for the aspiring college student.

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How Social Circles Affect Your Student's Grades
  • Posted on Tue, Nov 18, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

Social Influences

It is no secret that students of all ages are influenced by their peers. These influences can range from affecting the way a student dresses to the way a student performs in school. Even as adults our social networks can influence the way we eat, travel, work or think. As adults, we know that one person doesn’t often influence our way of life. The same concept applies to young students. While one student might not make a change in your student’s academic behavior, a group of them can – whether it be for better or for worse. In this case a tutor could help.

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Overcoming Shyness: A Guide by Grade Level
  • Posted on Tue, Nov 11, 2014 @ 05:11 AM

Many kids experience some degree of shyness throughout their childhood. Shyness can increasingly detrimental as a child grows up, but it can be overcome with practice. Healthy social interaction has an infinite amount of benefits to anyone – child or adult. Healthy interactions aid in self-confidence building and overall success in a society where fluency in social interaction is paramount.

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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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