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Want some interesting reading for the summer? We took a poll of our tutors for their literary suggestions, and came up with the following, all deemed appropriate for a...

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The Revision Cycle Written by Jocelyn. Jocelyn is available for private tutoring!   Most students don’t actually know how to revise. They re-read their notes and recognize the content,...

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Dan Koshland, the Berkeley biochemistry professor whose work yielded major contributions to studies of enzyme structure and function, was fond of repeating a student review turned in at the...

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Updated Wed May 13 2020: In light of the current worldwide situation, a bunch of you will want to know about for credit classes, especially over the summer. This...

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Over the years we have heard a number of supposedly indisputable truths about effective test taking. While it is easy to discount the absurd (always eat protein the morning...

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Private tutoring is expensive and often unrealistic for many families. But children from less affluent families struggle with chemistry as well! If the family lacks the means to hire...

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First, this is not a whole bunch different from preparing for your end of the year finals, so just reread this in May; it will still work. Also this...

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Let’s define “doing well” as not only getting an A but doing so without devoting so much of your time to the class that you can’t do equally well...

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The lab portion of a high school science course is designed to mimic the “scientific process”, and to get the most out of the lab and do well, students...

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We alluded to some of this in a previous blog about summer internships, but timing is everything and this is a topic to consider now, in early August. Because...

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