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Online Tutoring and Scholastic Success

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During the school year, parents find themselves with a full plate. Not only are you trying to earn money for your family, but you also have to be a human calendar and manage appointments, meetings, and extracurricular activities.

Given all of that, it can be exhausting to help your kids with their homework as well. After a busy day, with both of you drained, everyone could use some help.

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Why Your Child is Acing Homework but Failing Tests

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In a traditional school model, homework is often an opportunity to learn a concept, while tests and quizzes evaluate how well the student has learned the material. Unfortunately, for some children, tests quickly become something more—an immense source of stress.

Have you noticed that your child performs very well on homework—and seems to understand the material with little to no help from you—but struggles on their tests?

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Choosing the Right Tutor for Your Child

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When your child needs a tutor, finding the right one is critical. Not every tutor is the right fit for every child. Just like there are some teachers your child will identify and connect with more than others, you may find that your child gets along much better with one tutor than another—and therefore that your child is more willing to work for that tutor than they might be for someone else.

Want to be sure that you're finding the right tutor for your child? Make sure you're taking these factors into consideration.

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10 Ways to Motivate Yourself To Learn and Ultimately Succeed

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Myles Hunter
September 17, 2020

If you're reading this, you probably should be learning right now. You have the talent, ambition, and long term-drive to succeed. But your short-term motivation to actually sit down and start studying is nowhere to be found. Here's how to motivate yourself to get off the couch, start learning more, and accomplishing your goals.

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How To Study: 16 Tips To Master the Content

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Whether you're preparing for a high stakes test or brushing up on your math facts before tomorrow's quiz, studying is an important skill to master. Too many students fall prey to procrastination or use their time inefficiently, not realizing that studying is actually an art. The good news is that, like any art, you can develop strong study skills through practice and dedication. Here are some tips to get you started.

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