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5 Weeks to Success: Your GMAT Study Schedule [Infographic]

5 Weeks to Success: Your GMAT Study Schedule [Infographic]

Prepping for the GMAT? You probably know better than to procrastinate - perhaps you've read our GMAT study tips, downloaded some practice tests from the Internet, and marked the test date in red on your calendar already. But how do you put your plan into action? What should your GMAT study schedule look like? Check out this handy infographic from online tutor Natalie S. to make sure you're on track... Natalie S. tutors online in English, ESL, History, Phonics, Reading, and Test Prep. She re … Read More

5 Weeks to Success: Your GMAT Study Schedule [Infographic]
Prepping for the GMAT? You probably know better than to procrastinate - perhaps you've read our GMAT study tips, downloaded some practice tests from the Internet, and marked the test date in red on your calendar already. But how do you put your plan into action? What should your GMAT study schedule look like? Check out this handy infographic from online tutor Natalie S. to make sure you're on track... Natalie S. tutors online in English, ESL, History, Phonics, Reading, and Test Prep. She re
5 Tricks for Solving Algebra Word Problems
When you're solving algebra word problems, it's smart to have a plan of attack ready to follow. Solving word problems may seem difficult, but when you read through the problem and can figure out what the specific equation is, it's no harder than a regular algebra problem. Here are some tips for getting a solid system of steps to follow when you are solving algebra word problems: 1. Read through the entire problem before trying to solve it. While it might seem tempting to start working on the
5 Fun Addition Games for Kids
Math doesn't have to be boring! Take a look at these ideas to have fun and encourage learning with your kids, from Dallas, TX tutor Kristin S.:    Are you looking for ways to get your kids excited about math? Incorporating it into familiar surroundings and activities can make it naturally enjoyable! Try these five fun addition games to give your youngster the gifts of practice and play. Count 'em Cars This is a 2-player game that's great for summer road trips! To start, eac
How to Write a Haiku | A Short History and 7 Easy Steps
Interested in learning how to write a haiku? Learn a bit about their rich history, and then take a stab at writing your own with the help of this guest post from Cherese Cobb, creative writer and self-proclaimed haiku nut:   Haiku comes from tanka, a short poem that has a 5-7-5-7-7 syllable rhythm. It was originally practiced by Japanese noblemen and Buddhist priests. During the 9th-12th centuries, writing tanka became a game called renga, where one person wrote the first three lines
Study Skills for High School: 5 Crucial Steps to Succeed
When it comes to essential study skills for high school, what do you need to know to be successful? Here are the 5 most important skills, as outlined by tutor Matthew H.:   High school can seem like such a scary place. After all, we often hear that the choices we make in high school will ultimately shape who we become as adults. Major stressors include the pressure to do well so that youÂ’ll get into a good college, so that you will land an even better job. These are understandably

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