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  • Dealing with Sensory Processing Disorder
    Dealing with Sensory Processing Disorder

    Sensory processing disorder is one in which children experience extreme physical discomfort from everyday sensory input. A sound you may find mildly annoying can make your child sick to the stomach, they may not want to eat food because of the way it feels ...

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  • Help your Child Build Confidence: Zachary's Story
    Help your Child Build Confidence: Zachary's Story

    If children struggle at school, it affects their confidence and faith in themselves. When Zachary got help with his reading and math from his in-home and online tutor, his confidence began to grow. one-to-one tutors provide the opportunity for students to ...

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  • Everything you need to Know about the Redesigned SAT® Tests
    Everything you need to Know about the Redesigned SAT® Tests

    In its first big overhaul in 30 years, the SAT® is changing and will now be more closely aligned with the ACT. If you plan to take your SAT® test in March 2016 or later, you will be dealing with the new, improved and redesigned SAT® format. Be sure to ...

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  • Tutoring for University Students--Nick's Story
    Tutoring for University Students--Nick's Story

    Whether you are in first grade or university, You can benefit from the help of a Tutor Doctor tutor. Tutors give students the tools they need to succeed at every age. Hear Nick's story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Amy624m4J-c

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  • Laptop or tablet; what's the best buy for your student?
    Laptop or tablet; what's the best buy for your student?

    Although tablets are all the rage and your budding genius may be demanding one for their next birthday, you may want to weigh the advantages and disadvantages before taking the plunge. If you want to know which device is best for your student, the answer ...

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