Here are your upcoming SAT dates for the 2021/2022: SAT Dates 2021/2022 Deadlines And Test Center Closures -Deadlines are not yet confirmed. You can click HERE to confirm at College Board.com. As soon as College Board confirms the deadlines, you will see them updated on this page. There are late registration times, also. You need… Continue reading SAT Dates 2021/2022
Working in chunks of time is the brain-friendly way to work. When you’re young, you’re more than tempted to believe that you should just plow through hours of work in order to finish homework, complete a project, or study for a test. As enticing as this may sound, this is not a sound approach. Instead,… Continue reading Working in Chunks of Time
First thing you want to do is whisper to yourself, “I can do this.” Second, is to collect helpful resources. Third, is to learn the rules. Fourth, is learn how you do math. Fifth, is to be careful. Sixth, try to keep it impersonal. A Caveat: If you do have a learning disability, or if… Continue reading How To Do Math
Online tutoring writing tools come in various forms: interactive online whiteboard for sharing your work; method for posting your questions; and the actual writing of your work. As for your online interactive whiteboard, you can use Ziteboard. I’ll send you a link immediately before your free onboarding session. That way, you can learn how to… Continue reading Online Tutoring Writing Tools
In thinking about how to best use math tutoring sessions, think about what brought you to tutoring. Most students, regardless of their math history or ability, come to me in crisis. And that’s OK. Other students seek help of their own accord and just want to know there is help when they need it. These… Continue reading How To Best Use Your Math Tutoring Sessions
Saturdays Open for tutoring once again. For those students who are burned out of zoom & hybrid classes during the week, you can relax. Saturdays are open for tutoring once again. At least until the end of the academic year, Saturdays will be available from 10:30 to 3 for tutoring. Quite likely, as AP tests… Continue reading Saturdays Open For Tutoring!
Math subject tutoring available in math classes from pre-algebra to calculus 2. This includes statistics and every course in between. Generally, this covers all math offered in high school. However, these classes are offered all the way from about 7th grade to the first year or two of college. Math Subject Tutoring, Specific Classes The… Continue reading Math Subject Tutoring
SAT drops the essay and subject tests! Basically, the College Board, the company that makes and administers the SAT, is dropping the optional essay portion of the SAT. Additionally, it will be dropping its subject tests. What Does the SAT dropping the Essay Mean For You? You can rejoice! The SAT will no longer offer… Continue reading SAT Drops SAT with Essay and Subject Tests!
Show your math work only if you want to improve your grade and/or your math mechanics. If you’re satisfied with your current grade or your current math abilities, just keep doing what you’re doing. After all, if nothing changes, nothing changes. Why You Want To Show Your Math Work You want to show your math… Continue reading Show Your Math Work
Learning how to learn is one of the most important skills you acquire in high school after socialization. And it’s the same in college. Yes, a lot of the material both in high school and college you likely won’t use in your everyday life. If you’ve been paying attention, this isn’t a surprise. Why Should… Continue reading Learn How To Learn