At Sapneil Tutoring, we understand how studying can sometimes be a very involved process. Which is why we wanted to take a minute and share with you what we consider to be effective studying habits for students of all ages. Whether you are in high school studying for the SAT/ACT or in college attempting to gain acceptance into graduate school – We believe the following Effective Study Tips will help you stay more focused and bring you one step closer to achieving your goals.
- KEEP THE DISTRACTORS AWAY! That means cell phones/tablets/laptops in particular. For students, this is just another tool that can be distractive while studying. So use the following rule: bring everything you need and nothing you don’t. Ask yourself if you ABSOLUTELY need the device to study, if you don’t then leave it at home. We are positive that you won’t need Facebook/Twitter/Instagram while studying 😉 !
- Figure out what works for you. Some students can study with an iPod playing music, some need absolute silence. Finding the right environment is key – where can you be comfortable yet productive? Where will there be the least amount of distractions? We recommend the library or your local coffee
After extensive research the College Board has decided to make changes to the SAT for those taking it in 2016. However, you shouldn’t be worried one bit because Sapneil Tutoring has you covered! We’ve been aware of these changes and have already prepared lesson plans to adjust to those students taking the SAT in 2016. Please be aware of the following major changes:
- No penalty for wrong answers. Students will want to answer every question on the SAT since there will no longer be a penalty for wrong answers. Currently, students are unfortunately penalized 1/4 points for every wrong answer.
- The essay portion will become optional. Many colleges will likely require that students complete the essay, but technically, it will be optional.
- Also, the type of essay students are asked to write will be different than the type of essay students are currently asked to write. In the words of the College Board, “students will read a passage and explain how the author builds an argument. They’ll need to support their claims with evidence from the passage.” The actual essay question (what the College Board calls the “essay prompt”) will be “shared in advance and remain consistent.” What will change
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Sapneil Tutoring offers free initial diagnostic consultations to ensure that we can transform your current study circumstance from frustration to freedom. Every student that first contacts Sapneil Tutoring Inc. is given a free, no-strings attached initial consultation from our office here in Miami, FL. Whether its asking about Sapneil’s elite test preparation programs, small group courses or just a general question about the college admissions process in Miami and surrounding areas, Sapneil has the right answer for you and if he doesn’t, someone from his team of expert tutors, college faculty and college counselors has the right answer for you. Sapneil Tutoring Inc. is committed to providing accurate information that can help your child succeed and become the best student possible. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 305-968-6364 or email us at email@example.com.…Read More