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10/06/2020



Tips to Prepare for the School Year

Even if the school year has already started, it's not too late to prepare for a successful one. Help your child stay on top of it all this year with these helpful tips.

Set School Year Goals

To start the school year strong, be sure your child has some goals to guide them. If they haven't set goals before, this is a good time to teach them how to set SMART goals. Talk about what they would like to accomplish and teach them to turn these ideas into achievable goals. Check in on them every once in a while to be sure they're still on track.

Improve Note-Taking Skills

Taking notes may sound very simple, but your child can probably improve their note-taking skills. Since their notes will be very helpful when studying, it's important that they take notes that make sense for them. Even so, some basics still apply, including not writing everything the teacher says and only taking note of the most important things. They can use colored pens and highlighters to color-code their notes and make them easier to study from.

Ask for Help When It's Needed

Finally, it's important that your child learns to ask for help when they need it. This is an important skill that can help them throughout their academic career and beyond. Remind them that it's not embarrassing to ask questions in class and that they shouldn't be scared to admit when they're lost. They can even enroll in tutoring if they feel like they could use the extra help.

Academic Tutoring in Sugar Hill, GA

Help your child reach their academic best by enrolling them in tutoring in Sugar Hill. Check out the academic programs offered at The Tutoring CenterSugar Hill GA to find a great one for your child. To learn more about these, give their learning center a call at (678) 926-9475, and don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment.

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