by Abby Tozer The silent and damaging effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on elementary school children… Without question, the past two years have fundamentally shifted how our society functions. Not only did many lose their lives, but the COVID-...
by Chelese Belmont Each year, spring rolls around, and high school students everywhere crack open their cram books, pour over their class notes, and prepare to sit for their AP exams during two weeks in May. The culmination of a year’s worth of...
by Ali Kinkade If you’re a student trying to make your transcripts look better for college but who is wary of APs, AP History could be a good fit ⁠— and actually may be a better experience than standard history! Why? Here are several reasons:...
Moving Through the Four Stages of Competence
by Ali Kinkade Any time you learn a new skill, whether that’s ballet, Spanish, self-care, or the ACT, you move through four stages of competence: Unconscious incompetence Conscious incompetence Conscious competence Unconscious...
Many students begin preparing for the SAT/ACT as early as the summer before their junior year, while others put it off until fall of their senior year. Whether you fall in the first or last group (or somewhere in between), the important thing is...
GE College Prep families, In the last 48 hours, there has been a flood of outrage over the individuals who conspired to steal coveted spots from deserving applicants at top universities. While some may find it inconceivable that anyone would...
“How much do your services cost?” This is one of the FIRST questions we get from prospective clients and we completely understand…tutoring can be a costly investment! And with any big purchase comes research, competitor comparisons, and of course,...