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How prepared should my child be before getting back to school?

It is common knowledge that these days’ children often get derailed or sidetracked while they’re on their summer breaks. With distractions such as video games, social media handles, multiple TV shows and movies on Netflix, students tend to get involved with such...

Does a good PSAT score matter?

The Preliminary SAT or PSAT is answered by about 3.4 million high school students in their junior and sophomore years nationwide. It doesn’t help in the process of college admissions directly, but it serves as a great primer and prerequisite to the SAT tests and even...

7 Vital Steps Towards College and Career Readiness

The decision of whether to go to college or start a career directly after graduation from high school can be difficult. There are so many opportunities available, the choice can feel overwhelming, especially to a high school senior dealing with the culmination of...

Do End-of-Year Exams Matter?

Tests and exams strike dread in the hearts of many students and especially if they are end-of-year exams. Some children approach them by studying diligently weeks. Another group ignores the reality of exams until a last-minute cramming session is the call of the hour!...

Why Good School Education compares to none other?

Learning in a good school opens doors of opportunities for a student the way Harvard graduates are accepted unquestionably as great scholars around the world. Good school education is a means of refining knowledge and skills. Nonetheless, getting enrolled in an...

Finding a Caring Math Teacher

Despite the progress civilization has made, there persists the difficulty of finding a caring math teacher. The misconception that math teachers tend to be cold is an age-old one. Maths is associated with rational thought process, hence is considered non-emotional....