Our Private Orange County Tutors Share Their Expertise via Guest Posts
Here at TutorNerds, we believe that every student and parent should have access to quality education information and tips. That’s why, in addition to our blog, we encourage our experienced tutors to write for outside publications. As you know, our private Orange County tutors (we also have tutors in San Diego and Los Angeles) are full of useful information that can help students succeed in and out of the classroom. Our tutors love to help out parents as well, offering tips on how they can help their kids stay focused and get ahead on their studies. From test prep to study tips, our tutors have years of experience in how to do well in school and beyond.
Today, we are going to share a few guest articles from our Orange County English tutor Robyn Scott, who has written for many websites, including USA Today and College Recruiter. As an Orange County tutor and educator, Robyn has a tremendous amount of knowledge and insights to share when it comes to doing well in school. Robyn also contributes many of the posts on our blog, which we encourage our patrons to use as a supplemental resource for their Orange County tutoring sessions.
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In this article, Robyn focuses on how parents can make the most of summer tutoring for their kids. From goals to organizational issues, summer is the perfect time to communicate with your tutor.
College is hard, which is why students use the summer break to relax and enjoy time off of studying and doing homework. College students should enjoy their time off, but they should also focus on staying sharp. Robyn offers a few tips on how they can have fun and stay sharp over summer break.
“Students and teachers have so many options these days when it comes to receiving or offering supplemental education services. They used to be limited to speaking in person or, perhaps, talking on the phone and sending the occasional e-mail that may sit in an inbox for several days.”
As you see, our experienced Orange County tutors have a lot of valuable knowledge to share. Sign up for your tutor today!