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Want to go to an Ivy League?

“The path to the Ivy League is most successfully traveled through exclusive private schools,” according to CBS Market Watch. In fact, their research showed that of the 100 U.S. high schools sending the highest percentage of students to Harvard, Yale … Continue reading

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Why Are Proctored Practice Tests So Important?

Why are Proctored Practice Tests so important? They are a key factor in our student’s success. We recently spoke with a few of our top tutors to get their views on how practice tests help our students succeed. Here is … Continue reading

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3 Tips to Decide if Your Teen Needs Tutoring

By Kelsey Sheehy Recent SAT and ACT exam results show most high school graduates aren’t ready for college courses, and those that are prepared often feel added pressure not just to achieve, but to excel. With classroom time as a … Continue reading

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Overcoming Test Anxiety

“My child knows the material, they really do, but they just freeze up when they take the test.” I have heard this from more than one parent. Knowing the material is important, very important. Explaining the material to your child … Continue reading

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Ten Skills Every Student Should Learn

Posted By Meris Stansbury eSchool News What students should learn in school is at the forefront of the education reform debates taking place across the U.S. and elsewhere. Ed-tech stakeholders for years have been touting the need for students to … Continue reading

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Does Only My Child Need a Tutor?

Today’s economy has made every parent aware that educational achievement is a determining factor in a child’s ability to prosper in a rewarding career. But somewhere between kindergarten and 12th grade your child may fall behind in the demands of … Continue reading

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Organizational Skills Are Important

Studies show there is a direct correlation between academic achievement and organizational skills. Yet organization and planning ahead are learned skills. Therefore, for your child to become more organized, your student must develop a plan and practice it. Develop a … Continue reading

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