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Smart Reading Strategies You Can Practice in SAT Classes

By APlus on 23 March 18 Blog

An entire section of the SAT is devoted to testing reading ability, which means it’s important that your child spends some of their time honing their reading skills in order to get a great score. Completing practice reading comprehension questions is an important way to prepare for this portion of the SAT, but it is…

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Foster Your Child’s Life Skills Through Academic Enrichment Programs and More

By APlus on 15 March 18 Blog

21st Century Skills. Non-cognitive Factors. Soft Skills. Schools across the country are rapidly placing more focus on a set of skills that carry many names. Behind their various titles, these are simply known as life skills. As employers began to report a trend that college graduates had been trained academically to take on technical work…

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Starting ISEE Exam Prep? Here’s What to Expect on the Test

By APlus on 9 March 18 Blog

Gaining admission to leading schools can be a great way for your child to secure a quality education that prepares them for a lifetime of success. This is something, however, that is often dependent on achieving a good result on the Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE). A comprehensive exam assessing a number of foundational abilities,…

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Secure Your Child’s Admission to a Top Private School

By APlus on 8 March 18 Blog

Much like admission to college, securing a spot in one of the country’s top private schools is becoming increasingly more competitive. Private schools, especially those in Massachusetts, offer unmatched access to resources, faculty, and staff that promote advanced learning and long-term educational success. A successful education at a top private school can also increase your…

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Build Your Child’s Motivation to Achieve in their After School Classes and Beyond!

By APlus on 1 March 18 Blog

Imagine your child comes home from a long day at school, tossing their bag aside in frustration after tanking a difficult math exam. You try to talk them through their annoyance, but they are simply defeated. Math has suddenly become too hard, and they are no longer motivated to try to succeed. This is a…

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