One of my pet peeves as a tutor is students who come to a session without any preparation whatsoever. Parents pay quite a lot of money for tutoring, not to mention the time that is involved in getting a child to and from sessions. 326 more words
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The boy has suffered two weeks of sick leave, one in December and one in January.
If there’s been a bright side (or if I had to name just one of many), it might be found in the list of little things I’ve learned while watching my son attempt to keep abreast of lessons, homework and the test outlook with the help of friends. 508 more words
Three things you should know about me:
1. I’m a tad chaotic, not a linear thinker, and organizationally challenged. (That’s really a three-for-one.)
2. I get overwhelmed easily when faced with the need to think ahead, plan backwards, and cross tasks off lists. 526 more words
The transition into graduate school can be tough, and as a first-year student I was undoubtedly plagued by fears, both rational and irrational. As the spring semester is now in full swing and I have had ample time to reflect on my first semester of graduate school, I’d like to share some advice that helped me get through my first semester. 515 more words