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  • Whose Expectations Matter Most?
    Whose Expectations Matter Most?

    This blog post provides a great summary of a chapter from our recently published book, Academic Success Formula: How Ordinary Students Get Extraordinary Results . The chapter was written by Chris Lien, a Tutor Doctor franchisee out of San Diego. Motivation ...

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  • Why One-to-One Tutoring is More Beneficial than Group Test Prep Programs
    Why One-to-One Tutoring is More Beneficial than Group Test Prep Programs

    Success on college admissions exams requires preparation. Test-takers must be familiar both with content as well as with unique factors like timing, scoring, directions, and formats. To meet these rigorous demands, students often seek outside help. Instead ...

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  • Why You Shouldn't Give Your Math Skills a Break
    Why You Shouldn't Give Your Math Skills a Break

    In many high schools around the world, students have their courses split into semesters. While it might be easier to manage projects and exams with fewer subjects at a time, not all courses are the same. When students find themselves studying North ...

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  • Tips and Resources to Help You Successfully Transition to Homeschooling
    Tips and Resources to Help You Successfully Transition to Homeschooling

    You’re not alone if transitioning your children to homeschooling is on your mind. According to 2016 United States Department of Education data, the homeschooling population for ages 5 - 17 had swelled to 1.7 million students. And as a percentage, ...

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  • Tutor Doctor's Top Tips For Writing a Great Essay
    Tutor Doctor's Top Tips For Writing a Great Essay

    Writing an essay can definitely be a challenging task, and many people have trouble figuring out where to start – commonly referred to as “writer’s block.” Being able to effectively compose a written response to a topic is a vital skill you will use ...

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