Learn on your terms
Almost everybody has those one or two subjects. The ones that don’t quite click, where every homework assignment requires extra effort and where exams are adventures rather than stately processions to fantastic grades. Those subjects.
Fortunately, we know some people who can help. Whether you’re looking for short-term reinforcement or more regular support throughout the school year, Inspirica Pros has academic tutors with black belts in dozens of content areas. Scroll down to learn more.
Not only did they take the time to understand their learning styles and match them with suitable tutors, but they also provided clear pathways to improving their test-taking and academic skills. More importantly, their open dialogue and clear communication have taken all family anxiety out of the picture!
What is Academic Support?
Success in school relies on a variety of factors, and no two academic programs look exactly the same. Our Pros are adaptable—they’re just as comfortable following along with a student’s class syllabus and offering reinforcement of important concepts as they are generating their own lesson plans to help students break new ground in a given area.
Regardless of the structure, though, all our academic programs share the same core tenets:
- Engage each student as an individual
- Create an individualized learning experience for each student
- Set goals to get the most out of each student
- Build confidence and reduce stress & anxiety
We’ve been doing this for a while now, and we’ve got more than enough knowledge to share. So if you have questions about standardized testing, from scoring to accommodations to fundamental strategies, you can find the answers here.
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Andrew is engaging and does a fine job of being in command while still being approachable. He understands the mindset of a teenager, and is firm and friendly in his approach. For a 13 year old boy to never complain about a session - during the summer afternoons when the rest of his friends are at the pool or playing Fortnite or having fun elsewhere, and now after a long school day and football practice is what makes Andrew exceptional.
Interested in discussing how our tutors can help you or your student? Have questions about a standardized test or the tutoring process in general? We’re here to help! Schedule a call or submit your question by filling out the form to the right; we’d love to hear from you.
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