In addition to helping students boost their grades and ace their finals, Skooli’s online tutoring platform also strives to make life easier for parents. We understand that there are only so many hours in a day and that 24/7 scheduling and a learn-from-anywhere model are big positives for parents when it comes to picking a
[This post was originally published on March 4, 2015. It was updated on April 4, 2016 with new online tutoring information for 2016.] If you are looking for an online tutor to help you tackle a new language, it’s important that you find someone who you connect with and who encourages you to learn. How
We know why parents try to tutor their children in math themselves: they want to help their child succeed, they want to save cost, and they want to feel connected to their child’s learning. For some parents, providing quality math tutoring on their own might be a challenge due to busy schedules and exhaustion. If
We’re still in January and this is generally a great month for setting and starting New Year’s Resolutions. Did you make plans to study harder for math? Maybe you told yourself you really want to sit down and learn some Spanish this year. Whatever the case, here at Skooli, the perfect tutor to help you
We’re sure that while looking for the perfect tutoring solution online, you’ve come across tutoring websites offering free services. You’ve likely also considered giving free tutoring a try. And while ‘free’ always sounds appealing, when it comes to you (or your child’s) learning, free may not be the best. At Skooli, we make sure that
Signing up for tutoring with Skooli is the first step in advancing your learning. However, passively participating isn’t enough — it’s important to set expectations for yourself and take an active role in your learning. Speak up! If you need help in one area and you don’t think you’ve done enough review, tell your tutor.
We’ve all been there: you sit down to take an exam and you feel like you’re reading a foreign language. The next thing you know, your teacher hands back the graded tests and you’re staring a failing grade in the face. But how gracefully we accept this failed grade depends on our coping abilities. Bad