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Receive personally tailored PARCC lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can a tutor help you master the PARCC?
The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) exams test students multiple times over the course of each academic year, in grades three through eleven, in order to evaluate how their progress in math and English language arts measures up against the Common Core State Standards. The results of PARCC exams can be used by educators to diagnose areas in which remedial attention may benefit a particular student, to help him or her gain the skills that they will need in college classes or in a professional working environment. Thus, the results of the PARCC can have huge consequences for your child's educational experience. Test anxiety or the computer-based standardized format of many PARCC exams may present obstacles to your student and prevent him or her from demonstrating the knowledge and skills they have gained.
If you'd like to provide your child with a personal, experienced tutor to help improve their performance on the exam, individual PARCC tutoring may help you do so. Varsity Tutors understands that each person is a unique student, and is eager to help your child find someone who is best suited for their academic needs. Your tutor will custom-tailor your child's lessons in order to efficiently address their specific strengths and weaknesses. Moreover, your child will benefit from a completely customizable learning program that allows you to dictate the pace of every lesson. Unlike classroom-based learning, where the teacher has to manage a room full of students, your child's tutor is dedicated to fulfilling only the needs of your individual student. This means that you are able to slow down the pace covering problematic content, making sure that your child has an understanding of various concepts. On the other hand, you can completely skip material that your child understands, so that precious time isn't wasted covering content that he or she has already mastered.Show More