Have questions? We're here to help. (973) 292 - 0505
UPCOMING CLASSES & EVENTS - REGISTER TODAY!
Recent Blog Posts
Let’s face it - we live in a world of abridgment: convenient yet grammatically incorrect writing that would make English teachers of bygone days spin in their graves has become not only commonplace but also accepted. Teens have gone from diagramming sentences to abbreviating even the most casual of phrases (see btw, idk, lol, and ttyl).
Getting all of your homework done can become a daunting task. Which is a shame, because that is where most of the actual learning takes place. But these six steps should be of help to anyone who is ever assigned homework!
Limos, prom dresses, tuxedos, music, food, laughter, fun and maybe after-parties and/or overnights down at the shore. All of these things bring back memories. Yes, it was long ago but I went to high school once too, you know. Music popularity may have gone from R.E.M. to Avicii but the activities, as well as the celebration that comes with these events, will always be similar.
The same way a watched pot doesn’t boil, a stared-at clock doesn’t get an ACT Reading passage done
It’s a monster made of questions, A dragon to be trained,
It comes alive on May the third
And messes with your brain.
Its scales are countless many,
So many students (and their parents) have a “do or die” mentality when it comes to standardized tests. Allow me to be explicit: you will not be executed by firing squad if you don’t perform well on your first SAT or ACT.
This time of year, all high school students are considering their class choices for next year. There is so much pressure on students and parents to take the "most challenging classes offered by the school.” Is it really necessary to take all those AP classes? Here is what you should consider when faced with this decision:
Deciding whether to take the SAT Lit test can be a test in itself! See how you fare on our Litmus test, and make your decision easier...
I’ve had every kind of panic attack a human being can have about everything a human being can possibly worry about. When you’re a professional, card-carrying worrier, no one can tell you to “stop being anxious” or to “just relax.” Similarly, if someone tells you test anxiety “doesn’t exist,” don’t listen. You’re not mental.
We all tend to compare things and experiences to what we know when we make decisions. Sometimes this is a good thing, but when it comes to deciding what college a student will attend, using this method can be counterproductive.
WE TEACH SKILLS, IMPART KNOWLEDGE & BUILD CONFIDENCE
520 Speedwell Avenue, Suite 215 Morris Plains, NJ 07950 / (973) 292-0505 / firstname.lastname@example.org