Category: Secondary

School Struggles: How To Know When It’s Time For A Math Tutor

School Struggles: How To Know When It’s Time For A Math Tutor

Your child is has been struggling in math class for a while now. Is it time for a tutor? Maybe. How do you know whether your child just needs to “buckle down” more or whether he truly needs extra help? Look At Grades Grades are probably the most obvious warning […]

How To Find The Right Tutor For Your High School Honor Student

How To Find The Right Tutor For Your High School Honor Student

Your high school student is in honors classes. It doesn’t matter if it’s just a couple or his entire schedule is full. Those classes, coupled with SAT prep and college preparation work, can be a lot to handle. While your teen may have trouble keeping up, he may just need […]

The Big Decision: How Should I Decide My Major In College?

The Big Decision: How Should I Decide My Major In College?

So you’re reaching the end of your time as a high school student and are preparing for the next step. You may be weighing the options of where you want to attend college and what the different universities you’re considering may have to offer. Yet the essential question to solve […]

Science subjects’ failure rate remains high

Science subjects’ failure rate remains high

The increased demand for science courses in the colleges and universities is set to reduce this year with the applications that the institutions for higher learning receives remaining flat. Despite the increased demand for the science coursed in the tertiary level, current leaving certificates show that there is a high […]

Warning Bells Sounded As Schools Play The System For Boosting GCSE Grades

Warning Bells Sounded As Schools Play The System For Boosting GCSE Grades

Qualifications watchdogs has eminently sounded warning bells citing the alarmingly increase in the number of children forced to enter for multiple and early GCSE examinations in individual subjects for boosting pass marks. Ofqual stated that an increasing number of schools of the region started to play with the existing system […]