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How can Honors tutoring help you succeed?

Even the best students can use guidance to make progress in school and to prepare for the future. Your honors student is no stranger to years of hard, dedicated work. Many teachers and mentors have encouraged him or her to undertake the most difficult academic tasks, set the highest goals, and strive to be the very best that he or she can be. Now that your child is thus established, do not overlook the ongoing importance of such guidance. Varsity Tutors helps in many areas. Connect with us to help you find private honors tutoring, and your child's advanced academic development will continue.

A personal tutor, selected from among the brightest students and teachers, can provide your child with an energetic and encouraging instructor to help him or her set new goals for studies, reaching beyond the basic outlines provided by a standard curriculum. Personal instructors can evaluate your child's strengths and goals and provide you with an advanced study program that builds on the strong foundation that you have already provided. Your honors tutor can also help your student begin to develop a list of specific goals for the future. Such early consideration can help give your student's current studies much more direction. Likewise, private tutoring can help your student make the most of the general curriculum he or she is studying, helping him or her to focus on the rigors of honors classes.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Honors Tutoring review by Courtney
We spent some time at the beginning reviewing the student's scores in Comm Arts and her recent Spanish exam. She wasn't very forthcoming about why these scores didn't correlate with the full credit homework scores and the amount of studying we did for the exam. We focused the rest of the session on her Comm Arts essay. The student wrote the three body paragraphs based on her teacher's notes from the outline. She wasn't able to locate the introductory paragraph we worked on last session (she turned this in to her teacher, and thinks it's in her mom's email). The rough draft is due this Friday. For our Thursday session, I asked her to list out the sources for the essay, locate the introductory paragraph and move it to the rough draft, and to find two more examples from her book to add to the paper.
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Online Honors Tutoring review by Megan
We worked on a rough draft for a persuasive essay she had to write. Specifically we worked on forming her idea into a thesis and then following the rubric the teacher assigned to formulate the first three paragraphs. It was a really great session.
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Online Honors Tutoring review by Courtney
Today the student and I focused exclusively on studying for tomorrow's history test on WWI. I revisited the process of studying before a test with her by walking her through reviewing chapters, answering questions at the end of chapters, thinking about timeline, and quizzing herself along the way. She is becoming much more comfortable stopping and thinking through questions rather than just giving up immediately. I think she will be well-prepared for her test tomorrow.
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Online Honors Tutoring review by Brittany
The student and I spent Sunday evening breaking down the week ahead. We went through each of her classes and found out that she had some pretty big assignments coming up both this week and next. We planned out how she would tackle preparing for some tests and quizzes and made a realistic timeline for getting things accomplished. We then went over goals. The student is to make goals for each day and make sure they've been met before going to bed. She is to share them with her parents and me, so that we can make sure she is staying on track.
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Online Honors Tutoring review by Benjamin
Went over last week's assigned organizational work (binders, planner, etc.) Cleaned and organized binders (again), went over school-assigned vocabulary words and taught him that just copying definitions is not the best way to understand the words, and tweaked the format in which he should write down his homework in his planner (more descriptive and more clarity).
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Online Honors Tutoring review by Teresa
The student and I worked on his English homework as well as history. We mostly worked on his English, which he had some catching up to do. We read through the book and worked on his vocabulary.
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