The Music of Reading: How to Help Your Struggling Reader
Is your child struggling with his or her reading skills? Here are some helpful tips from Brick, NJ tutor Elizabeth C. to incorporate music with reading...
Does your child know all the lyrics and melodies to their favorite songs yet cant read a simple sentence? Is your child the one dancing in front of the television or computer copying the latest dance moves from a pop video yet cant read a grade level book? If you answered yes to either of these questions, you have a struggl
How to Get Help Paying Your Pricey GMAT Fees
The Graduate Management Admission Test, better known as the GMAT, is a computer-based standardized test that is typically required for admission into graduate management programs (such as an MBA) at colleges and universities across the United States. This test is not a measure of intelligence or business skills. Instead, it assesses skills that are considered to be vital to success in business management, including analytical writing, problem-solving abilities, data sufficiency, logic, and criti
3 Tips For Structuring Your Creative Nonfiction Piece
Curious about writing creative nonfiction? Get started with these pro tips from Woburn, MA tutor Belynda C...
Creative nonfiction is a difficult genre in terms of development and writing, and yet it is one of the fastest-growing segments of the market in recent years. Memoir and personal essay were once limited to the rich and famous. These days, the Internet has made everyone a potential essayist. If you have a fascinating story to tell about your own life, you may feel daunted
Learning by Doing: Ways to Study as a Kinesthetic Learner
Do you learn best with a hands-on approach? Learn about the most effective kinesthetic learning strategies in this guest post by New Milford, NJ teacher Matthew H...
In a previous post on study skills for high school students, I discussed some of the different learning styles that work best for different people. Sometimes, a student can even be a mixture of two or more types of learner. As a result, the way you approach studying should reflect the way that your body and mind p
Thinking About Cramming for a Test? You Might Want to Read This
We've all felt that familiar time crunch when you have a big test coming up. But does cramming for a test the night before actually work? Read on as tutor Danh L. explains why you might want to plan ahead next time...
I expect my students to do about 30-60 minutes of homework DAILY. That's 3.5 to 7 hours of work a week. From my exchanges with other tutors, even ones charging up to $500/hour, this estimate is around what they expect, too. But what should you do if you miss a