Our Test Prep Tutors evaluate students’ strengths and weaknesses during their first session. Each session targets areas where improvement will have the greatest impact on test scores. But what happens if you’re unsure of which test your child to take? When do you start preparing for these exams? What even is the difference between the

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There are major changes to the SAT and it is important to know some key differences about this test to best help your child. It seems that some changes are beneficial while other factors make the test much more difficult. One major change is that there are no longer point deductions for incorrect answers, which

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A common question we get from students and parents is what is a good score on the ACT. Here in the DC area, average ACT scores are a lot higher than the national average, which is around 21 (the maximum score is 36). Here  is a detailed breakdown for the national distributions for ACT Test

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Tutoring Decreases Math Anxiety

Thursday, 03 December 2015 by

Do anxiety and frustration hold your child back when it comes to math? If so, there’s help. A recent study from Stanford University Medical Center found that one-on-one math tutoring can help reduce anxiety about doing math problems.  Once anxiety is reduced, performance improves. Anxiety doesn’t just affect kids who struggle with math. In fact,

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