Blog Posts in May, 2016

  • Combating Exam Anxiety

    Whether it’s a case of sweaty palms or a debilitating panic attack, exams can cause stress and anxiety that could affect your child’s performance. Learning to cope with exam stress is important given ...
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  • Test Anxiety? We've got the cure!

    Most students experience test anxiety at some point in their academic careers. When they have fallen behind or are feeling overwhelmed, test anxiety can really affect their performance. Poor test ...
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  • The Unparalleled Benefits of Music for Children

    “The theory of relativity occurred to me by intuition, and music is the driving force behind this intuition. My parents had me study the violin from the time I was six. My new discovery is the result ...
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  • One-on-one Tutors Inspire Confidence in their Students

    "My tutor never gave up on me. She was able to provide private sessions that suited me and helped me with my individual learning style. Now I'm actually able to develop confidence in my subjects and ...
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  • Summer Reading Challenge

    The summer holidays are the perfect time to brush up on reading skills. Students often don’t have the time for reading during their busy semester schedules. Now we have a reading challenge that will ...
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  • An End to Homework Hassles

    "I like doing homework now..." says this Tutor Doctor student. Homework and test preparation can be a daily struggle for families. If you find yourself nagging your children to do their homework and ...
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  • Use this Summer Vacation to Go Up a Grade

    The summer is a great time for students to take a rest from their busy schedules. And while this is good for them, their lack of learning over the summer leads to a phenomenon known as the summer ...
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  • Give your Child an Academic Boost this Summer

    Children who are struggling at school have to face more than a bad report card. Large class sizes mean teachers simply don't have the time to help them to catch up, so each passing year they get ...
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