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While new research suggests that CEOs have a greater appreciation for the free thinking nature peddled by liberal arts majors, the fact still remains that engineering and business consulting ultimately make for more lucrative careers. […]
Every year, more and more parents across the nation are opting to hire tutors to prepare their kids for the common core curriculum that has been administered by high schools in nearly every state. Very […]
Despite the incessantly clamorous criticism delivered from all sides over the degree to which the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) should (or shouldn’t) determine a student’s value to a university, it hasn’t gone anywhere. On the […]
Big Apple Tutoring and Exclusive Education were recently featured in a New York Times article about the expanding role of New York City tutors.
School is back in session and it’s never too early to give your child a jump start on the curriculum, or prepare them for subjects they tend to have trouble with. Tutors are a great way to give your child support in school. Here are our picks for great tutors in Manhattan.
With the school year underway, parents may be looking to provide their child with some extra help, whether it be learning to read or preparing for the SAT. In the fast paced world of Manhattan, children start taking school admission tests at the age of four. Help give your child confidence and an academic boost throughout their academic career with these tutoring resources.
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We all want our children to excel in the classroom, but sometimes they need a bit more assistance than what’s on tap around the kitchen table. Hey, do you remember much about elementary-school social studies? Luckily, others do—and they’re here to guide your overwhelmed student to mastery.
About 75 percent of private high school graduates in New York have had some tutoring, says Sandy Bass, editor of Private School Insider, a New York-based newsletter published five times a year. Rising demand for so-called homework help, which is distinct from prepping for the SAT college entrance exam, has led the city's tutoring companies to add teachers and services.