Back to School Tutoring Help? Better to Start Early
5 OCTOBER 2015 | JUDY HUBBARD
Preparing for the beginning of school takes weeks! There are new school clothes, shoes, uniforms, supplies, back-to-school events, orientation, and school sports to name a few. Amidst this busyness, we can sometimes forget the most important part of school “learning”. Back to school tutoring could help your student though!
Making sure your child is not only prepared academically for school but also succeeds throughout the school year is the goal for all parents and educators. Don’t wait for the first report card to assess your child’s progress, be proactive.
Seek a tutor if you see the following:
- Your child is taking a difficult class and is anxious. Having a tutor can give your child the support and confidence he/she needs to tackle the difficult subject.
- A particular subject has always been difficult for your child will probably continue to do so
- Your child struggles with test preparation, note-taking, and general study skills
- This is the year that you begin the standardized tests for college entrance ( ACT/SAT )
- Your child is applying to a private school for the 2016 school year
- School just seems to be a struggle
Back to school tutoring can provide the support your child needs to reach his/her academic goals.