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Momentum always makes it much easier to get things done. Are you more likely to stick with and complete a task which is humming along smoothly, or one in which you keep hitting snag after snag? If you can help your child schedule and take early action on long term papers and projects, she will start to have good feelings about that project even if there have been past disasters with last minute, stressed out activity to try (and sometimes fail) to get it done on time. In this article you will learn how to help your child or teen have successful experiences with long term school papers or proje
It can be difficult to motivate struggling readers. However there are many proven methods that you can use. Encouraging fun, informal reading might seem counter intuitive, especially to parents of struggling readers who tend to focus more on reading accuracy. So here are some great tips on how to motivate your child this summer.
This post is specifically for highly self-motivated GMAT aspirants who dream of cracking the GMAT with 700+ scores. They understand that more and more test takers are getting adept at test taking and the competition is getting much stiffer.
Studying for finals can be one of the most stressful times you will go through as a student. Learning how to study for finals effectively can make the difference between a straight A student and a student who struggles to get by.
Preparing yourself for a content test; or a reading comprehension test, can seem intimidating, especially if the idea of reading through lengthy passages and writing long essay answers makes your stomach turn. But here are some study tips to help you master even the longest most boring content test.
An Experienced Math Tutor's Tips for Solving Math Word Problems. As a teacher and math tutor, I have seen many students struggle with solving word problems. Who of us doesn't remember being asked questions about 2 trains leaving different stations at different speeds, and being asked to figure out when they will meet?