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  • The PSAT: More Than Just A “Practice” Test
    The PSAT: More Than Just A “Practice” Test

    When parents and students think about the PSAT/NMSQT, the term “practice test” often comes to mind. However, this important exam should be seen as much more than just a preliminary version of the SAT. Here are Tutor Doctor's reasons why parents and ...

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  • Choosing Extracurricular Activities That Will Appeal to Colleges
    Choosing Extracurricular Activities That Will Appeal to Colleges

    In today's increasingly competitive college environment, high school students are now recommended to pursue extracurricular activities in addition to their regular academic requirements. And for good reason – these activities are an important addendum to ...

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  • 4 Simple Steps to Teaching Children About Responsibility
    4 Simple Steps to Teaching Children About Responsibility

    Teaching kids to be responsible may be a lot to take on, but it’s not as difficult as you might think! A few small additions to your child’s daily life routine can do wonders towards helping them to understand the concept of personal responsibility. To ...

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  • Things You Can Do the Day Before the ACT / SAT
    Things You Can Do the Day Before the ACT / SAT

    The ACT / SAT are demanding tests that require patience, focus, and a whole lot of preparation. Without a doubt, getting ready for a standardized test is a lot to keep track of. At Tutor Doctor, we recommend all students consider taking a prep course ...

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