Math Help: Support Your Kids When You Have No Clue Where to Start
Is your child struggling in school? You probably know that having a few tools to aid your child with math help is better than just one single approach. While hiring a private tutor can be a huge help, what happens the rest of the week in between meetings with the tutor is also important. So how can you as a parent help your child learn math when the tutor isn't sitting alongside you? Here are some ideas:
Have a Positive Attitude
One of the biggest hurdles you need to overcome in order to be
How to Score a 5 on the AP Environmental Science Exam
Getting ready to take the AP Environmental Science exam? Brush up on these study tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...
The three-hour AP Environmental Science exam has two 90-minute sections: a 100-question multiple-choice section, accounting for 60% of the final grade, and four free-response questions (one data-set question, one document-based question, and two synthesis and evaluation questions), accounting for 40% of the final grade. As you begin studying, incorporate these t
5 Science Tips for Those Struggling on the ACT
One of the big differences between the ACT and the SAT is the science section presented in the former. Nervous? Don't worry! Get ahead of the game with these ACT science practice tips from Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...
When I first started working with students who were preparing for the ACT, I was a little squeamish when tackling the science section. Not because of the content, but because the presentation of the material seemed almost foreign to me. As a math person, I was use
10 Fascinating Idioms in Different Languages
Surely you've heard at least one of these English idioms:
It's raining cats and dogs
Don't cry over spilt milk
It cost me an arm and a leg
By definition, idioms are phrases with culturally-understood meanings that aren't meant to be taken literally. They're basically fun and interesting ways of expressing your thoughts.
Below are 10 fascinating idioms derived from cultures across the globe. Check them out:
Idiom: Nie mój cyrk, nie moje ma?py.
5 Pro Tips for the ACT When Youve Already Taken the SAT
Wondering about the difference between ACT and SAT? If both are part of your admission requirements for your schools of choice, you can make the most of your prep time by knowing a few simple pointers. Learn more in this guest post by Merrick, NY tutor Justin L...
So by now you've taken your SAT, received your score, and just received an email from the college admissions office about your ACT. Until now, you may have never even considered the test. A few of your friends may have