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SAT – ACT: The Dread of Standardized Testing

There is an overwhelming amount of work that needs to be completed in the college application process.  Amidst the excitement of this time, most students look at standardized tests with dread.  They consider testing and test prep to be extremely unpleasant … Continue reading

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Multitasking Tips for Parents

Wouldn’t it be great to spend quality time with your children, get some help around the house AND help your child with basic math concepts all at the same time? Below are some suggestions for engaging your child in basic … Continue reading

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WHAT DOES MY TEACHER WANT? – TIPS ON “READING” YOUR TEACHER AND PROMOTING CLASSROOM SUCCESS

Why is it that some students just seem to know how to study, while others never learn? Are there secrets to successful learning that can make a difference? These questions, which express the frustration of countless students at all levels of … Continue reading

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