It’s no secret that the SAT is a daunting exam. Not only is it difficult, but the results can impact your college admissions, scholarship opportunities, and, in some cases, even job prospects. While having all the time in the world to prepare would be great, this isn’t practical. Juniors and Seniors in high school are busy! That’s why it’s important to understand the ideal time to start studying and the best ways to do it. Here are some of the top tips you need to know.
Earlier this year, the COVID-19 pandemic thrust unsuspecting parents and students into a virtual learning environment. While most are adapting to this new way of life, it still presents some challenges. From difficulty focusing to time management issues, virtual learning families have had a lot to overcome.
Have you been wondering whether your child needs a tutor? If their grades have suddenly plummeted or their teacher has recommended extra help, then the answer is obvious. However, in many cases, it’s not as clear. Children often won’t come right out and say that they’re struggling with learning. They may be embarrassed to ask for help or not realize that it’s available.