What to Consider When Building Your Summer Test Prep Calendar

If your student is planning on taking the SAT or ACT, spending extra time during the summer break is a great way to squeeze in more practice and improve their scores. Here are Tutor Doctor's tips for your student's summer test prep calendar!

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  • What to Consider When Building Your Summer Test Prep Calendar

    SAT Prep

    With summer vacation right around the corner, now is a great time to start planning a schedule for summer test preparation. If your student is planning on taking the SAT or ACT, spending extra time during the summer break is a great way to squeeze in more ...

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  • The Importance of Developing a Growth Mindset for Children [Podcast]

    Parenting Advice

    Academic success isn't just about a student's grades, but also their attitude towards education. Building confidence is a key goal with all the students we work with for this very reason. Students that believe they can learn, make an effort, and improve ...

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  • Towards a Better Understanding: OCD

    OCD

    Obsessive compulsive disorder, often known as OCD, affects 1 in 100 children in the United States . Symptoms of OCD can be obvious or invisible, so it can sometimes be difficult to diagnose, especially in younger kids. Unfortunately, students with OCD may ...

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  • Benefits of Introducing Online Tutoring Into Your Tutoring Sessions

    online tutoring

    In today's day and age, technology has monumentally changed the way we approach educational instruction. As an addendum to tutoring, online resources and instruction can be a valuable addition to any academic routine. Although nothing can ever fully ...

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  • Gift Ideas to Show Your Teachers Some Love During Teacher Appreciation Week

    teacher appreciation

    Teacher Appreciation Week starts on May 6! This is a great time to show teachers how much we value their contributions to society. Teachers work incredibly hard to mold young minds, and unlike many jobs, their responsibilities don't always end when they ...

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  • The Complete Guide: Preparing For Your College Interview

    College Application Tips

    Many colleges and universities require prospective students to attend an interview during the application process. This can be a great opportunity to make a positive impression and improve your chances of admission. Last year, we shared a career readiness ...

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  • How to Prepare For and ROCK Your Next Class Presentation!

    Class Participation

    Got a big class presentation coming up? Tutor Doctor can help! Although speaking in front of a classroom can be intimidating, there are lots of great ways you can prepare (and hopefully take some of the edge off). Here's how to prepare for and ROCK your ...

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  • Why Executive Functioning Skills are Imperative for School and Life

    Executive Skills

    Executive functioning skills play a main role in time management, organization, and effective planning. It's important to start developing these skills at a young age, as children will use executive functioning abilities for the rest of their lives. Tutor ...

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  • How To Take Effective Notes For Each Learning Style

    Study Tips

    All students have different learning styles. Let's use an example – in early math classes, some students will best understand multiplication and division concepts by seeing it done in front of them. Many of us may have grown up with traditional ...

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