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Introducing Technology in the Classroom

Our society is advancing through the remarkable use of technology, especially within education systems. The use of technology in an individual’s education prepares him for the future. It is a huge advantage for an individual to be tech-savvy. Aside from the experience of using technology, by introducing technology in classrooms, students are able to explore […]

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Features to Look for in Online Math Services

When looking for online services to enhance a student’s education, there are a few specific characteristics to look for within the service, especially for services teaching math. According to the U.S Department of Education, “Online learning offerings are being designed to enhance the quality of learning experiences and outcomes”.  It is important to look for […]

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Struggles with Reading

Difficulty in reading can result from specific weak areas. It is important to target these weak areas students struggle with as soon as possible in order for them to catch up. A main area students seem to struggle with is vocabulary. Vocabulary sets the tone for everything a student reads. One way to fix this […]

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Struggles with Math

Many students who develop struggles in mathematics often blame the subject as being too abstract, or nonconcrete. However, their struggles are often the result of a few main problems. It is difficult to keep up with each new topic if a student falls behind on one topic. It is extremely important for each student to […]

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An Engineer’s Son’s Struggle with Math

I was talking with a good friend of mine, a senior mechanical engineer, about his son’s struggle with math. I mentioned that my friend is a senior mechanical engineer to point out that he is incredibly bright, well-respected and very good at math. Since he is so good at math, he couldn’t understand why his […]

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SAT Practice Tests Available

Our first two SAT Practice tests are now live. Students can learn from their mistakes by watching video explanations of questions they answered incorrectly. Both tests include three critical reading sections and three math sections. The tests are scored out of a total of 1600.

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