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  • Why you should Teach your Kids to Code
    Why you should Teach your Kids to Code

    Kids have busy schedules and are already over-burdened with work at school, so it may seem a little unnecessary to find the time to teach them to code. Coding is no longer the vestige of computer geeks and programmers. Knowing how to code will give your ...

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  • Twins Improve in Academics and Confidence with One-on-one Tutoring
    Twins Improve in Academics and Confidence with One-on-one Tutoring

    When students struggle, their confidence tends to suffer. This means they are less likely to participate in class, to ask questions and to say when they don't understand. This means they fall further behind with each passing semester. one-to-one tutoring ...

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  • A Tutor Doctor Testimonial that will make you Smile
    A Tutor Doctor Testimonial that will make you Smile

    Need a little pep in your step this Monday? Watch this dad tell you all about his daughter's experience with Tutor Doctor's in-home and online tutor and I guarantee you'll have a little chuckle. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkDRP_F ...

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  • Teen Girls Challenge the Boundaries of Science
    Teen Girls Challenge the Boundaries of Science

    In celebration of women’s history month and international Women’s day, we are looking at all the things that girls are doing right. When girls are supported, encouraged and educated, there is no limit to the wonders they can achieve. Let’s take a look at ...

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  • Surrey Mum tells how Tutor Doctor Helped her Dyslexic Son to Excel
    Surrey Mum tells how Tutor Doctor Helped her Dyslexic Son to Excel

    "We are over the moon with all the help we got from our Tutor Doctor tutor," says the relieved mother of Surrey boy who had been struggling with English reading and writing. Dyslexia is fairly common, but it doesn't mean your child can't apire to achieve ...

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