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The ACT Test is Going Digital

The digital tests will still feature a multiple-choice format and expanded interactive sections. Test scores will become readily available.

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How the Web Changes How We Think

The Internet changes our thinking. The more we use it the more it affects how we perceive things and it even changes our levels of attention and patience.

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Pro Membership Giveaway Winner

Nataly V. is Tutoring Match’s Tutor Pro Membership Giveaway Winner

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How to Become an Online Tutor

So you’ve finally decided to try your hand at tutoring. Perhaps you are already a teacher and are looking to supplement your income. Or maybe you are a college student looking for part-time work. Regardless of your motivation, tutoring is a great …

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The Advantages of Online Tutoring

Online tutoring is similar to meeting with a student in-person, except that you and the tutee are in completely different places. Using an online tutoring platform allows you to talk with and listen to your students, send message back and …

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SAT MATCHING VOCABULARY

Match the SAT words to their meanings. The answers are at the bottom of the page. 1. _____ sedentary a. — tending to revert or go back; reverting to an earlier or less advanced state or form 2. _____ regressive …

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Henry Lane’s Interview with Channel 12 News

Henry Lane Interview on CT News 12

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Three Reasons to Get Online Tutor Training

Many tutoring centers and tutoring organizations offer some training for their tutors, if only to ensure a good experience for clients. But what about private tutors and coaches? Many private tutors have “learned by doing,” perhaps supplementing their experience by …

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The Advantages of Online Tutoring

                               There are several advantages of online tutoring. It is safer: Some times parents are worried about the safety of their children during private coaching session when both of them are not at home. Online tutorials are safer in this …

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Four-Day School Weeks – What Might They Mean for Tutors?

Driven by hopes of cutting transportation, heating and staff costs, more and more school systems are moving to a four-day school week. Small, rural school districts have been in the vanguard of this trend, but larger urban districts are also …

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