Secrets of Good Tutors

City tutors NG is a reference point for great tutors as far as Nigeria and West African sub-region are concerned.

One of the best strategies for tutors starting out is to learn from others. And if tutors can’t do that, how can we expect our students to? Learn more below – there’s something for everyone, and following the advice of successful people is a great shortcut to your own success.

They know what motivates them

Successful tutors know what drives them. Why are they getting up each morning and giving it their all? Very often, a decision to ‘go it alone’ stems from a change in working or personal circumstances, or other major events in their lives.

A change in working circumstances, a new baby, another major life change – successful tutors can often point to a specific point in time or motivating factor, which they return to when the going gets tough. It’s amazing what you can do by channelling the focus that got you to where you are today. And the drive that gives powers a successful tutor to even greater heights!

They leverage tuition communities

Successful tutors rely heavily on online communities of similarly minded people. Twitter, Facebook and other social media outlets make it easy to connect with like-minded people. Instead of thinking of other people in your field as competitors, embrace them as mentors and friends. People who have travelled the path you are currently walking probably have a lot to teach you. City tutors NG is full of established tutors, and with integrated messaging and blogging platforms, it’s a great place to learn from some of the world’s best!

They take control of their schedule

Good private tutors are masters of time management, adopting strategies that enable them

They consciously choose projects they are passionate about

Successful tutors boost their chances of success by focussing on subjects elements they are passionate about. Loving what you do makes it much easier to carry on when the going gets tough, as inevitably it will from time to time. We all thrive when our  interests line up with our existing skills, talents and interests – building a business that leverages those is the first step to success.

They are resilient

No matter how fantastic you are or how well things are going, in is inevitable that sometimes you will feel like you’re not making the progress you want. The most successful tutors find ways to cope in the face of such setbacks. A lack of students, some less positive feedback, increased costs – these kinds of negative experiences are an inevitable part of one to one tutoring. The tutors who succeed are the ones that find the strength to keep going regardless. Persistence, perseverance and a determination to succeed will be rewarded.

 

How To Find A Good Tutor

Finding a Good Tutor 

According to research, students enrolling in private tuition has increased geometrically in recent years. With more and more tutoring services available, many parents are asking themselves: ‘how should I go about finding reputable tutors near me?’ Finding a tutor has become easier with the arrival of the Internet, and recent innovations such as online tutoring mean you are no longer restricted to your local area. Finding a good tutor, however, remains as difficult as ever. And a tutor may be great for one child, but not so great for the next. Let’s go over a few highlights to help you find a good tutor for your child, improving the hit and avoiding the miss!

 

The consultants at City tutors are the best qualified to find a good tutor for your child.  Our first diagnostic assessment would provide academic strengths and weaknesses report. We also consider feedback from teachers in school when choosing a suitable tutor for your child, we also keep in mind your child’s interests and passions. The reality here is that we are going to be making your child do school work outside of school hours, and that weight will be far easier for all to bear with an inspiring tutor.

What makes a Good Tutor?

There are many ingredients that come together to make a good tutor, some can be easily validated where others call for using your gut. Few tutors will tick every box, so considering the overall result is more important than any single category.

 

Qualifications – A lack of qualifications may not make a tutor bad, but it makes it harder for them to demonstrate their worth. What level of education does the tutor have, and what school did they go to? Many qualified teachers with classroom experience are expensive as tutors, but they may still be good value for their fee. Some subjects are less reliant on qualifications and more on practical application and experience. Bringing us neatly on to…

 

Experience – What experience does the tutor have of teaching children of the same age the subject at hand? Have they previously supported children approaching the exam you would like your child prepared for? Perhaps they have taken the exam themselves and have first-hand experience.

References and Testimonials – Can the tutor provide references from past students and their parents, ideally for both results and teaching style? A proven track record is a strong indicator of finding a good tutor, though obviously no two students are the same. Testimonials are a guide toward finding a good tutor, not a guarantee.

 

Documentation – A good indicator of an experienced tutor is having the right documentation to hand. Asking the tutor to bring their work history, and one or two academic certificates along to the first lesson is a good way to check qualifications for yourself. Whether using a reputable service, City tutors NG provides peace of mind. Although being nearby while your child is receiving the first  tuition is always advisable – not just for safety, it is also important to be engaged in your child’s education, particularly in a service you are paying for!

 

Finding the Right Tutor for You

Once you’re satisfied that your prospective tutor has the right skills and experience to deliver the tuition service you need, as well as an ability to prove their talent and trustworthiness, we move from finding a good tutor to making sure you have found a tutor who will be a good fit with your child and your family. So, what makes a tutor the right tutor for you?

Where would you like lessons to take place?. If you would like a tutor to come to your home, you will need to be sure you can offer a suitable environment where it will be easy to focus on the lesson.

Will the tutor ‘get on’ with your child? Hugely subjective, and to an extent the only way to find out is to give a lesson a go. Many good tutors offer an initial one-off session to discuss current student abilities and your ambitions, lesson length and frequency as well as any other pertinent information. This session will be invaluable for gauging the potential for success. A good tutor will quickly adapt to a new student and likely offer the same level of service to all but the most resistant of students, as well as asking for your thoughts on how best to motivate your child. A student who does not connect with a tutor may result in less than perfect results from the session. You might want to ask the tutor how lessons are structured, what strategies the tutor has to keep material engaging, particularly for lessons that potentially happen after a full day at school. A good tutor will have a plan for all situations based on their experience.  Being close enough to be aware of progress without being in the room and influencing it is advised.

 

What kind of involvement do you want as a parent? Some tutors are happy to work with schools to ensure a ‘joined up’ approach, but many work to their own schedule to compliment the national curriculum without direct reference to the same source material. Would you like additional work set for completion during the week? Although becoming increasingly popular as parents’ expectations of their offspring rise year on year, be careful about balance – pushing a child too hard can be counter-productive. A good tutor will be able to help you find the right balance.

 

Discuss tutoring with your child after the first lesson, the most important factors being whether they enjoyed the session and whether their thoughts align with yours. If everyone feels the session went well, chances are you have managed to find the right tutor for you. Arrange another lesson and go from there.

 

As parents ourselves, at City tutors NG we would always stress you should trust your instincts as a parent. If you get a negative vibe from a tutor, don’t be shy about your first session also being the last. A good tutor will understand they cannot be a perfect fit for everybody, and a professional one will not take any offence. The child is, of course, the most important person in this interaction, so always make sure to put their wants and needs front and centre to get the best possible results from any good tutor.

 

Ready to join us? Kindly request a tutor now or Call our helpline on 080-3753-1249.  Find tutors, check qualifications and documents and read student reviews.

 

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Become a private tutor

 

Tutors provide personalized learning to individuals outside of the classroom environment. They help students to improve their grades, understand difficult concepts, receive extra help to catch up with classroom lessons, prepare for higher grade education, and get ready for formal standardized examinations, such as the SAT, SSAT, IGCSE, AP, GMAT,IELTS, GRE, CHECKPOINT, Entrance Examinations,. In order to improve students effectively, tutors must be able to tap into what motivates each individual student and adjust their approach accordingly. This we do at the Premier City tutors NG.

Tutors are experienced professionals and educators who provide private tuition to help students at the locale of their choice, improve their educational performance, develop study skills, prepare for academic examinations or gain occupational skills. They offer feedback, assess students’ academic needs and craft personalized plans that support learning success. They should have expertise and experience in the fields they tutor in, and they should also be comfortable with dealing with students in difference age groups and learning capabilities. Tutoring categories include math, science, social studies, English and foreign languages.

Private tuition has become an industry worth billions. Recent studies have reported more than 25% of students have used private tuition services, with that figure passing 40% in the capital. Once you factor in adult students, the potential marketplace for a private tutor is huge! There has never been a better time to become a private tutor. But you’re not the only one who has noticed. Many people, including qualified teachers, are now offering private tuition services. Sometimes alongside their day jobs, which is seeing a record number of teachers supplementing their income by becoming a private tutor, sometimes as a full-time job.

So, how do you get your piece of the action? Becoming a private tutor can be hugely rewarding, as well as being a great way to earn a living whilst choosing your hours and being your own boss. It may seem daunting from where you are right now, but fear not – the premier City tutors NG is here to help. 

What Qualifications do I need to Become a Private Tutor?

At City tutors,  we consider a good University degree in a subject to be a pre-requisite for teaching it, but the reality is that many people from all walks of life, and all levels of education, are very successful tutors today. Your personal competencies are the main factors we consider – having qualifications in a subject is likely to mean less time spent preparing lessons. Good academic qualification and expert experience are what we celebrate at City tutors NG.

Having become a private tutor, several agencies exist to promote tuition businesses and connect tutors with to students but we at City tutors NG request evidence of professional qualifications and references, and whilst these can provide an indication of the suitability of an individual for private tutoring, they can only ever provide part of the story. Subject knowledge alone does not make a good tutor. Some subjects also place less stock in qualifications, music being an example –  hands-on competence with the instrument in question will be the deciding factor and will be evident from the first lesson.

Ultimately the only prerequisite for becoming a successful private tutor is possessing a solid mastery of the material you intend to teach your student in their next lesson. The less background you possess, the harder you will need to work to stay ahead of them as they develop! 

OK, how do I Become a Private Tutor?

Once the decision to offer tuition has been made, all you need to become a private tutor is students to teach! If you are content that you have the right qualifications, knowledge and teaching experience in the subjects that you intend to teach, you need to let the world know you’re there ready to help prospective students. Apply by clicking our become-a-tutor button.

 

There are many agencies who can help you establish yourself once you have become a private tutor, offering you a platform on which to advertise yourself, and access to students seeking tutors in your area. These may be a tempting proposition for a new tutor but beware of the charges! At City tutors, we have a flat monthly fee for tutors, some request a percentage of all lesson fees whilst others charge the student a fee. Of the three options, a flat fee for the tutor is the better option.

 

 

LOCATIONS:

ABUJA,  BWARI, KUJE , ASOKORO, MAITAMA, Garki, Wuse, Wuse 2, Gwarinpa, Kado: Central business area, Nyanya, Gwagbalada, Life camp, Area 1, Abia , Aba, Arochukwu, Umuahia: Adamawa, Jimeta, Mubi, Numan, Yola: Akwa Ibom , Ikot Abasi, Ikot Ekpene, Oron, Uyo: Anambra , Awka, Onitsha: Bauchi , Azare, Bauchi, Jama′are, Katagum, Misau: Bayelsa, Brass: Benue , Makurdi. Borno (State), Biu, Dikwa, Maiduguri: Cross River : Calabar, Ogoja, Delta :Asaba, Burutu, Koko, Sapele, Ughelli, Warri: Ebonyi : Abakaliki: Edo :Benin City: Ekiti: Ado-Ekiti, Effon-Alaiye, Ikere-Ekiti: Enugu: Enugu, Nsukka: Gombe, Deba Habe, Gombe, Kumo: Imo , Owerri: Jigawa, Birnin Kudu, Dutse, Gumel, Hadejia, Kazaure: Kaduna , Jemaa, Kaduna, Zaria: Kano, Kano: Katsina (State), Daura, Katsina

Kebbi , Argungu, Birnin Kebbi, Gwandu, Yelwa: Kogi , Idah, Kabba, Lokoja, Okene: Kwara, Ilorin, Jebba, Lafiagi, Offa, Pategi: Lagos , Badagry, Epe, Ikeja, Ikorodu, Lagos island, Mushin, Shomolu, Yaba, Surulere, Lekki, Magodo, Banana Island, Victoria Island, Ibeju-Lekki, Festac Town, Agege, Apapa, Ifako, Ikoyi, oshodi: Nasarawa , Keffi, Lafia, Nasarawa, Niger, Agaie, Baro, Bida, Kontagora, Lapai, Minna, Suleja

Ogun , Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode, Ilaro, Shagamu: Ondo, Akure, Ikare, Oka-Akoko, Ondo, Owo: Osun (State), Ede, Ikire, Ikirun, Ila, Ile-Ife, Ilesha, Ilobu, Inisa, Iwo, Oshogbo: Oyo, Ibadan, Iseyin, Ogbomosho, Oyo, Saki Plateau , Bukuru, Jos, Vom, Wase Rivers (State), Bonny, Degema, Okrika: Port Harcourt: Sokoto , Sokoto. Taraba (State), Ibi, Jalingo, Muri, Yobe (State), Damaturu: Nguru, Zamfara , Gusau, Kaura Namoda

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Lagos approved home tutors

Premier City tutors is Lagos approved home tutors with expert private tutors in Lagos; trained, vetted and accredited in the act of in-home tutoring. Not all teachers can teach on a one to one basis, the act of personalized learning is quite child specific and it involves understanding the psychology of the child. Our Lagos approved home tutors are available to deliver unusual performance at the peak.

Getting a private home tutor in Lagos can be an herculean task, because the home tutoring space has been super saturated with unemployed youths. On every building you can always find a tutorial center and going online seems to be the most difficult adventure. It is always a battle of who comes first on the first page of google; leaving the parents or students to choose from hundreds of websites.

At City tutors, we have revolutionized the act of private tuition and getting a private tutor in Lagos is now simpler. We represent the new trend of quality and the preferred choice of Lagos residents. All our tutors are Lagos approved home tutors with robust tutoring experience in Lagos.

All our Lagos approved home tutors are certified home tutors in Lagos and each of these approved Lagos home tutors are independently verified and equip with the right personalized procedures and skills.

At the City tutors, we are only interested in performance based evidence, matched with every sense of diligence and character. As a parent you won’t want your child to perform excellently in school and becoming a moral failure. Our Lagos approved home tutors represent the balance between academic excellence and moral rectitude.

Our tutor approval process differs from subject to subject and areas of specialization and instruction. At City tutors, getting approved home tutors in Lagos has become fun. There is no point going through the endless process of checking online directories to find private tutors, Your rest is our stress at the City tutors Nigeria.

As a busy mum, we take the heat from you and put a long lasting smile on your face by providing tutors you can trust with your children; tutors with history, references, Medical records .

Looking for Lagos approved home tutors? Look no further at the premier City tutors, your one- stop home tutoring agency for approved home tutors in Lagos.

 

Private Tuition for Advance Placement Exam (AP)

GET Advance placement private tutors in Lagos, Abuja and Port harcourt Nigeria. Call 080-3753-1249!

The most important thing you can do to maximize your chances of getting a 5 on an AP exam is to learn the material. However, it is a standardized test, and there are strategies you can use to maximize your chances of success and make sure your hard work pays off. Keep reading for my top AP exam tips!

#1: Do Easy Questions First
There’s no rule that you have to answer all of the questions in a given section in order. If you come to a question that looks either difficult or time-consuming, it’s fine to skip it and come back later. This applies to both the multiple-choice and free-response sections. Just make sure you are careful when you fill out your Scantron or your test booklet!

Once you make a first pass and answer all the slam-dunk questions, then you can buckle down on the harder or more tedious questions. Don’t let yourself get held up too much on any one question, though. If you feel yourself getting bogged down, skip that question, and come back to it to either work on it more (if you have time) or guess (if you don’t).

#2: Answer Every Question—But Be Smart About It
Since there is no guessing penalty on AP exams, it is to your advantage to answer every question. If you aren’t sure of the right answer on a multiple-choice question, eliminate as many answers as you confidently can before guessing. This will up your chances of guessing the right answer and getting points!

On a free-response or short answer question, just do the best you can to guess based on what you remember. If you leave a question blank, you’ll definitely get zero points, but if you write something even a little bit relevant, you might get partial points! And even one point is better than zero.

#3: Manage Time Carefully
You are allowed to bring a watch to the exam just so long as it doesn’t make noise. I highly advise doing so, so that you’ll be aware of how you are doing on time at any given moment.

It’s critical that you pace yourself on the exam. On the multiple-choice section, if you notice yourself getting stuck on a particular question or series of questions, skip them and come back at the end. Don’t let a few questions completely tank your time. If you’re staring at a question in confusion for longer than a minute, move on and come back to it.

On the free-response section, time management is even more critical because you’ll need to complete a series of tasks in an allotted amount of time, but you won’t be prompted to move on to the next essay or question. Keeping track of time will let you know if you’re on target to finish everything. You should have time targets for each essay or task in mind when you go into the test.

#4: Plan Your Essays Carefully
This may not apply to every AP exam—it’s hard to plan a math problem in advance—but for APs that do have essay questions, it’s critical that you plan them out before you start writing them. Even five minutes spent quickly jotting down your thesis and the main ideas of your paragraphs will help you write the essay faster, make your argument stronger, and ensure your essay is better-organized and more coherent. A slightly more detailed outline that denotes where you are going to include specific examples and evidence is even better if you have time.

Link: Raise Your Grades at LearnWith

#5: Bring Water and a Snack for the Break
This might seem like a relatively trivial tip, but you may experience some serious test fatigue during your AP exams. Bringing water and a snack—preferably one with a bit of protein and complex carbs, like a peanut butter granola bar—will help you stay energized through the exam and keep you from fading during the free-response section.

An appropriate snack.

#6: Keep Up Positive Self-Talk
You might hit a bump in the road on exam day. Maybe you’ll see a question type you weren’t quite prepared for, forget something you thought you knew inside and out, or be totally stumped by a free-response question. The important thing if this happens is to not panic. Maintain positive self-talk. Tell yourself you are doing great. Move on to another question. Even if you’re still stumped when you come back around to it, keep telling yourself that you’re crushing the rest of the test. And then just do the best you can on the test.

Key Takeaways
If you want to get a 5 on your AP exam, the best thing you can do for yourself is to learn the material. However, there is still a strategic element to taking the AP, just like on other standardized tests. Here are my top six AP exam tips:

Do easy questions first and come back to the harder ones later.
Answer every question, but only guess after eliminating all the answers you know are wrong.
Bring a watch and manage your time carefully!
Carefully plan out your essays before you start writing! (This tip doesn’t apply to those APs without essays).
Bring water and a snack for the break!
Maintain positive self-talk, even if you hit a snag!
With these AP test tips, you’ll maximize your chances of getting the score you’re aiming for!

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Educational Tutorial

What is the need for Educational  in today’s society?

Education is very vital in the world we live in today, things are changing. There is a need for education especially to be successful and to be able to pursue a career in various fields. According to the great Nelson Mandela ” Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” . It also helps to improve one’s opinion about life, it is important to shape one’s mind not just for career purposes but life in general. The premier city tutors main goal is to give excellent educational services to help students.

The Premier city tutors offers a wide range of educational services, we provide a tutoring service that centers around personalized learning for all levels by providing qualified and professional tutors that will help any student achieve his/her educational goal.

 

LOCATIONS:

ABUJA,  BWARI, KUJE , ASOKORO, MAITAMA, Garki, Wuse, Wuse 2, Gwarinpa, Kado: Central business area, Nyanya, Gwagbalada, Life camp, Area 1, Abia , Aba, Arochukwu, Umuahia: Adamawa, Jimeta, Mubi, Numan, Yola: Akwa Ibom , Ikot Abasi, Ikot Ekpene, Oron, Uyo: Anambra , Awka, Onitsha: Bauchi , Azare, Bauchi, Jama′are, Katagum, Misau: Bayelsa, Brass: Benue , Makurdi. Borno (State), Biu, Dikwa, Maiduguri: Cross River : Calabar, Ogoja, Delta :Asaba, Burutu, Koko, Sapele, Ughelli, Warri: Ebonyi : Abakaliki: Edo :Benin City: Ekiti: Ado-Ekiti, Effon-Alaiye, Ikere-Ekiti: Enugu: Enugu, Nsukka: Gombe, Deba Habe, Gombe, Kumo: Imo , Owerri: Jigawa, Birnin Kudu, Dutse, Gumel, Hadejia, Kazaure: Kaduna , Jemaa, Kaduna, Zaria: Kano, Kano: Katsina (State), Daura, Katsina

Kebbi , Argungu, Birnin Kebbi, Gwandu, Yelwa: Kogi , Idah, Kabba, Lokoja, Okene: Kwara, Ilorin, Jebba, Lafiagi, Offa, Pategi: Lagos , Badagry, Epe, Ikeja, Ikorodu, Lagos island, Mushin, Shomolu, Yaba, Surulere, Lekki, Magodo, Banana Island, Victoria Island, Ibeju-Lekki, Festac Town, Agege, Apapa, Ifako, Ikoyi, oshodi: Nasarawa , Keffi, Lafia, Nasarawa, Niger, Agaie, Baro, Bida, Kontagora, Lapai, Minna, Suleja

Ogun , Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode, Ilaro, Shagamu: Ondo, Akure, Ikare, Oka-Akoko, Ondo, Owo: Osun (State), Ede, Ikire, Ikirun, Ila, Ile-Ife, Ilesha, Ilobu, Inisa, Iwo, Oshogbo: Oyo, Ibadan, Iseyin, Ogbomosho, Oyo, Saki Plateau , Bukuru, Jos, Vom, Wase Rivers (State), Bonny, Degema, Okrika: Port Harcourt: Sokoto , Sokoto. Taraba (State), Ibi, Jalingo, Muri, Yobe (State), Damaturu: Nguru, Zamfara , Gusau, Kaura Namoda

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Private Math Teacher

Mathematics, a subject feared by many comes from a Greek word ‘mathema’, it is a subject used to study numbers, structures, space etc. It is essential in solving practical problems.

Why is it that most students are afraid of mathematics? This question is one that many teachers and parents are trying to solve. A lot of students both in the primary, secondary and higher education level have a phobia for mathematics because the subject looks difficult and most students feel like they cannot handle the difficulty. It is important that parents and also teachers try as much as possible not to allow students shy away from the subject.

Why do you need a private math tutor?

One of the most efficient solutions to help students  get over phobia for mathematics is to hire a private  tutor, having personalized learning helps in so many ways  because the student is free to ask  questions and also the student feels comfortable in the place of learning as opposed to the school environment. As a parent, if you’re going to hire a tutor to change the perspective of mathematics in your child’s mind or if you’re an individual who needs to learn the subject,  it is important to hire a qualified tutor , one with adequate teaching skills who will be able to handle the subject such that it becomes fun instead of a problem,  a tutor who is able to determine the students  learning style in order to improve learning. Many Mathematics teachers do not have the ability or adequate skills to teach the subject they might be able to solve the problems on their own but impacting the knowledge to others is always a difficult task. At Premier city tutors, we offer very qualified and expert mathematics tutors who are well grounded with the subject and who will help any student Overcome the fear of learning Mathematics.

 

 

LOCATIONS:

ABUJA,  BWARI, KUJE , ASOKORO, MAITAMA, Garki, Wuse, Wuse 2, Gwarinpa, Kado: Central business area, Nyanya, Gwagbalada, Life camp, Area 1, Abia , Aba, Arochukwu, Umuahia: Adamawa, Jimeta, Mubi, Numan, Yola: Akwa Ibom , Ikot Abasi, Ikot Ekpene, Oron, Uyo: Anambra , Awka, Onitsha: Bauchi , Azare, Bauchi, Jama′are, Katagum, Misau: Bayelsa, Brass: Benue , Makurdi. Borno (State), Biu, Dikwa, Maiduguri: Cross River : Calabar, Ogoja, Delta :Asaba, Burutu, Koko, Sapele, Ughelli, Warri: Ebonyi : Abakaliki: Edo :Benin City: Ekiti: Ado-Ekiti, Effon-Alaiye, Ikere-Ekiti: Enugu: Enugu, Nsukka: Gombe, Deba Habe, Gombe, Kumo: Imo , Owerri: Jigawa, Birnin Kudu, Dutse, Gumel, Hadejia, Kazaure: Kaduna , Jemaa, Kaduna, Zaria: Kano, Kano: Katsina (State), Daura, Katsina

Kebbi , Argungu, Birnin Kebbi, Gwandu, Yelwa: Kogi , Idah, Kabba, Lokoja, Okene: Kwara, Ilorin, Jebba, Lafiagi, Offa, Pategi: Lagos , Badagry, Epe, Ikeja, Ikorodu, Lagos island, Mushin, Shomolu, Yaba, Surulere, Lekki, Magodo, Banana Island, Victoria Island, Ibeju-Lekki, Festac Town, Agege, Apapa, Ifako, Ikoyi, oshodi: Nasarawa , Keffi, Lafia, Nasarawa, Niger, Agaie, Baro, Bida, Kontagora, Lapai, Minna, Suleja

Ogun , Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode, Ilaro, Shagamu: Ondo, Akure, Ikare, Oka-Akoko, Ondo, Owo: Osun (State), Ede, Ikire, Ikirun, Ila, Ile-Ife, Ilesha, Ilobu, Inisa, Iwo, Oshogbo: Oyo, Ibadan, Iseyin, Ogbomosho, Oyo, Saki Plateau , Bukuru, Jos, Vom, Wase Rivers (State), Bonny, Degema, Okrika: Port Harcourt: Sokoto , Sokoto. Taraba (State), Ibi, Jalingo, Muri, Yobe (State), Damaturu: Nguru, Zamfara , Gusau, Kaura Namoda

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The Best Home Tutors

Looking The Best Home Tutors? Tired of Incompetent Home Tutors? We are the Home of the best Home tutors

There are so many rewarding benefits of hiring best home tutors, a private tutor would attend the students’ needs at a pace, and there will be no need to rush studies as opposed to the classroom where teachers have to follow a lesson plan which would result in rushed teaching in other to complete the lesson scheme for the term.

Meanwhile, a private tutor gives personal attention to the student, with that it is definite that the very best results will be achieved. Most students feel comfortable having a tutor around because they are free to express themselves, ask as much questions as they like without feeling neglected or afraid.

A tutor’s main objective is to provide assistance or tutelage to different individuals of different age groups on various subjects or skills. A tutor must be enthusiastic in providing tutelage ensuring that his or her student is motivated to learning. A tutor must be full of energy in order to engage students, he or she must be able to adjust to the students’ needs by being open to answering questions and giving solutions.

At Premier City Home Tutors, we provide the best home tutors who are qualified and extremely effective tutors that provide personalized learning and also provide learning structures tailored to produce excellent results.

 

 

 

 

 

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6 Critical Advance Placement (AP) Exam Tips to Ace Your Tests

6 Critical AP Exam Tips to Ace Your Tests
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The most important thing you can do to maximize your chances of getting a 5 on an AP exam is to learn the material. However, it is a standardized test, and there are strategies you can use to maximize your chances of success and make sure your hard work pays off. Keep reading for my top AP exam tips!

#1: Do Easy Questions First
There’s no rule that you have to answer all of the questions in a given section in order. If you come to a question that looks either difficult or time-consuming, it’s fine to skip it and come back later. This applies to both the multiple-choice and free-response sections. Just make sure you are careful when you fill out your Scantron or your test booklet!

Once you make a first pass and answer all the slam-dunk questions, then you can buckle down on the harder or more tedious questions. Don’t let yourself get held up too much on any one question, though. If you feel yourself getting bogged down, skip that question, and come back to it to either work on it more (if you have time) or guess (if you don’t).

#2: Answer Every Question—But Be Smart About It
Since there is no guessing penalty on AP exams, it is to your advantage to answer every question. If you aren’t sure of the right answer on a multiple-choice question, eliminate as many answers as you confidently can before guessing. This will up your chances of guessing the right answer and getting points!

On a free-response or short answer question, just do the best you can to guess based on what you remember. If you leave a question blank, you’ll definitely get zero points, but if you write something even a little bit relevant, you might get partial points! And even one point is better than zero.

#3: Manage Time Carefully
You are allowed to bring a watch to the exam just so long as it doesn’t make noise. I highly advise doing so, so that you’ll be aware of how you are doing on time at any given moment.

It’s critical that you pace yourself on the exam. On the multiple-choice section, if you notice yourself getting stuck on a particular question or series of questions, skip them and come back at the end. Don’t let a few questions completely tank your time. If you’re staring at a question in confusion for longer than a minute, move on and come back to it.

On the free-response section, time management is even more critical because you’ll need to complete a series of tasks in an allotted amount of time, but you won’t be prompted to move on to the next essay or question. Keeping track of time will let you know if you’re on target to finish everything. You should have time targets for each essay or task in mind when you go into the test.

#4: Plan Your Essays Carefully
This may not apply to every AP exam—it’s hard to plan a math problem in advance—but for APs that do have essay questions, it’s critical that you plan them out before you start writing them. Even five minutes spent quickly jotting down your thesis and the main ideas of your paragraphs will help you write the essay faster, make your argument stronger, and ensure your essay is better-organized and more coherent. A slightly more detailed outline that denotes where you are going to include specific examples and evidence is even better if you have time.

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#5: Bring Water and a Snack for the Break
This might seem like a relatively trivial tip, but you may experience some serious test fatigue during your AP exams. Bringing water and a snack—preferably one with a bit of protein and complex carbs, like a peanut butter granola bar—will help you stay energized through the exam and keep you from fading during the free-response section.

An appropriate snack.

#6: Keep Up Positive Self-Talk
You might hit a bump in the road on exam day. Maybe you’ll see a question type you weren’t quite prepared for, forget something you thought you knew inside and out, or be totally stumped by a free-response question. The important thing if this happens is to not panic. Maintain positive self-talk. Tell yourself you are doing great. Move on to another question. Even if you’re still stumped when you come back around to it, keep telling yourself that you’re crushing the rest of the test. And then just do the best you can on the test.

Key Takeaways
If you want to get a 5 on your AP exam, the best thing you can do for yourself is to learn the material. However, there is still a strategic element to taking the AP, just like on other standardized tests. Here are my top six AP exam tips:

Do easy questions first and come back to the harder ones later.
Answer every question, but only guess after eliminating all the answers you know are wrong.
Bring a watch and manage your time carefully!
Carefully plan out your essays before you start writing! (This tip doesn’t apply to those APs without essays).
Bring water and a snack for the break!
Maintain positive self-talk, even if you hit a snag!
With these AP test tips, you’ll maximize your chances of getting the score you’re aiming for!

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Whether it is better to start learning Arabic at home or in classes depends on a variety of factors: motivation, cost, time, availability of suitable courses, domestic distractions, etc. If you are able to study at home, there are self-tuition courses that will see you through the beginners’ stage, and perhaps even a little beyond.

You can make a start without spending any money. There are plenty of videos on YouTube giving free lessons, though the quality varies and you may have to hunt around until you find something that suits your needs. At the very least, this will give you an idea of what learning Arabic entails – and at no cost. As one example, here is a series of videos by Hiba Najem teaching Lebanese Arabic (she also gives one-on-one lessons via Skype).

The traditional textbook-and-audio courses vary in quality, as do their teaching methods. You may find yourself buying two or three before you find one that suits you.

One problem that all these courses share is how to cover the essential grammar without destroying the student’s motivation. Some of them are utterly tedious. Others claim to offer “quick and easy” teaching methods, but learning a language is never quick and it does require some effort.

It is important to check that any books you buy are designed for self-tuition; if not, there may be no way of checking that you have done the exercises correctly.

Many of the textbooks listed at Amazon have been reviewed by other users. By checking the reviews on the Amazon site should get a good idea of whether they will be suitable for you.

Having sampled various books and home study courses, our recommendation for a beginner would be the Linguaphone course which, unfortunately, is one of the most expensive.

The basic learning method with Linguaphone is to follow a written text while listening to a recording of it, and then to repeat each sentence. The content is reasonably interesting and the vocabulary is relevant for anyone planning to visit or live in the Middle East.

This method is relatively painless because grammar is absorbed along the way, but it is not effortless. To work through the course properly, in your spare time, can easily take six months.

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