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We’re so excited to introduce our new Apollo team member, Wyatt Waters! Wyatt is our new Campus Ambassador at the TCU, and he’s an important part of our program in the Fort Worth community!
Check out this interview to learn more about Wyatt and what it’s like to be a student at TCU
“In my day, this is NOT how they did math!” Feel like screaming this when your first grader comes to you with weird multiplication tables that involve shapes, shading, and all kinds of steps you’ve never heard of? We’re here to give you the lowdown on this “new math” business.
Are you constantly falling further and further behind in your classes? Or maybe you have a student who is losing motivation as the semester comes to a close? Not to worry – we’re here to help stop that cycle!
Most of us just finished midterms, and if you didn’t pace yourself, the last few weeks probably left you exhausted! Even in the middle of a busy semester, do you set aside time to take care of your body and mind?
Motivating a grumpy eight-year-old or a sassy high-schooler to work on homework and excel in school can be a daunting task! Here are some tools that you can use to encourage your K-12 student to take ownership of his or her own education!
We hear the term “time management” used all the time, but what does this trendy skill actually look like in practice? To best use your twenty-four hours each day, you have to take action!
We’re so excited to introduce our new Apollo team member, Nick Titzler! Nick is our new Campus Ambassador at the University of Oregon, and he’s helping the Apollo family grow and reach this new location!
Let’s be honest. No one likes taking tests, and the results aren’t always an accurate depiction of a student’s intelligence or real knowledge of a subject. But whether we like it or not, our academic performance is constantly measured by these multiple-choice answers and essay responses.
“DO YOU WRITE IN A PLANNER DAILY?” This is one of the first questions that Apollo Tutors ask new K-12 students! We emphasize keeping an agenda because organization is key to academic success, & students quickly outgrow the storing-due-dates-in-your-mind method!
Did you know that most students who eventually fail a course start struggling by the second week of the semester? These students set themselves up for failure when they fail to take action from day one. But not to worry – we’re here to help stop that cycle!
Junior high and high school students may view Facebook as a “less trendy” form of social media. On the college scene, however, Facebook’s platform has networking and campus connection capabilities that are unmatched!
Tired of setting complicated and impossible New Year’s resolutions, just to end up disappointed? Instead, use these simple and manageable tips to start off the New Year as a better student!
Are you or your child graduating from high school soon? Whether you’re a sophomore or junior who is ahead of the game or a senior who just started thinking about college, we have a quick guide to help you navigate the application process!
At some point in your life, a parent or teacher has probably told you to get some rest before a big test. But is it really that important to avoid “cramming” and instead get a good night’s sleep?
Whether your student is a kindergartener developing critical primary skills or a college student tackling difficult classes, working with an Apollo Tutor is a game changer! Here are a few reasons to invest in tutoring for your child…
Do you get nervous and clammy when you have to speak in front of a group? Or maybe you are fairly confident in front of a crowd, but want to take your presentation skills to the next level? Here are a few tips…
We’ll give you the good news up front: A standard package of 12-16 one-on-one tutoring hours usually yields 3-5 points of improvement on the ACT and 100-140 points of improvement on the SAT!
Wondering how to make sure your child is prepared for college but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’re leaving for college in May and worried about adjusting? We’re here to help!
Did you know that efficient and clear note taking is one of the most important skills to develop before college? If you (or your child) are in middle school or high school, it’s time to learn to be a great note-taker!
Fall break is right around the corner, which means you’re about halfway through the semester. Do you feel like you’re behind in your classes or missing the mark on your grade goals? We’re here to help.
As students in 2018, we usually think of ourselves as technological geniuses. But are you really using all of the available resources to make studying an easier and more fun experience?
Working with a young one is a wonderful experience filled with many adventures. You are able to explore your creative side all while having fun teaching the little one. It is also very rewarding to witness their progress.