The Top Four Orange County Tutoring Posts From TutorNerds
We love the communities we serve, which is why we often share tips relevant to Orange County, Los Angeles, and San Diego families. Form tips on the best museums to how to make the most out of your summer, TutorNerds is here to help SoCal students succeed.
Offering the best private tutoring in Orange County means working with the most experienced and skilled tutors in SoCal. Many of our tutors graduated from Universities in the area, which makes them an excellent source of tips and knowledge for current students. Our Orange County tutors know what’s it’s like to go to school in the area, which makes them easy people for students to relate to.
As we continue to provide Orange County with the best private, in-home tutoring, we’ll also continue to share our insights and tips on our blog and in the press.
In this guest post on our favorite OC family blog, one of our tutors explains why it’s smart to get an Orange County tutor early in the school year.
“Many kids will need to work with a tutor at some point in the school year either for one particularly challenging subject or for overall study skills improvement. The child may be in elementary school or they may be entering their college prep years. More often than not students wait until there is a particular problem before they start investigating one-on-one tutoring and, unfortunately, fall far behind by the time they start their sessions. It’s definitely beneficial to work with a tutor early in the school year so that students can stay on track academically and maintain positive feelings about education.”
In this post from 2014, one of our private tutors shares five of her favorite study tips. “Getting advice on studying from teachers and parents can sometimes yield ordinary, old-
fashioned or just boring results. Private tutors are great resources because they’re usually peers; students who have recently had to go through many of the same things you do.”
Another helpful OC Mom Blog guest post from one of our private Orange County tutors. Though these these tips are focused on summer tutoring, they are still applicable during the school year as well. “Many students will work with a one-on-one tutor over the summer in order to catch up on difficult and complicated subjects or get ahead of the game by completing test prep or college applications before the school year starts up again. Sometimes students already know their tutor because they’ve worked with them during the year and, as a result, their supplemental educator already knows what’s going on in the student’s academic life. In other circumstances the tutor will be a brand-new element to the child’s education. Regardless, there are definitely a few things every parent should tell their kid’s Orange County tutor this summer.”
Taking the ACT soon? Our Orange County test prep tutors share their best ACT tips in this post on our blog. “If you are generally stressed out when the clock is ticking, you’ll be relieved to know that the ACT allows 35-60 minutes for the multiple choice sections and 30 minutes for the essay portion. The ACT English portion focuses heavily on the proper use of grammar and punctuation, so this is something that you’ll surely want to practice. You will need to act as an editor to make passages better.”
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