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How to Succeed in High SchoolHow to Write Like a Pro in High SchoolHow to Conquer PreCalc • How to Prep for PhysicsHow to Read Like a Pro in High SchoolHow to Think Critically and Succeed in College ACT/SAT Class and Private Tutoring PackageIndividual Tutoring

How to Succeed in High School
5 sessions starting on Monday, July 19th at 10:00am EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
5 sessions starting on Monday, August 23rd at 4:00pm EDT (Online)
5 sessions starting on Monday, August 23rd at 4:00pm EDT (Fanwood, NJ)

Intended for rising 9th grade students who need help staying organized and managing time.

Students will discuss active listening, note-taking, and critical thinking techniques. Specific strategies for succeeding in different core subjects—English, math, history, and science—will be discussed. 

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How to Write Like a Pro in High School
5 sessions starting on Monday, July 26th at 10:00am EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
5 sessions starting on Monday, July 26th at 1:00pm EDT (Online)

Ideal for rising high school students who need some coaching in the fundamentals of standard written English conventions in preparation for writing high school assignments or college personal statements.

Students will be able to write grammatically sound and effective pieces. Genres to be analyzed include non-fiction newspaper articles, autobiographical essays, and short fiction pieces. Students will produce a short narrative work of their own by the end of the sessions after brainstorming and workshopping drafts. 

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How to Conquer PreCalc
5 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 3:00pm EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
5 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 3:00pm EDT (Online)

High school students who are entering into precalculus the next academic year and want to make sure they’ve mastered the fundamentals are good candidates for this course. 

Students will be prepared for high school precalculus classes after reviewing related Algebra I and II and geometry/trigonometry concepts. Students will become acquainted with graphing calculator interface and learn how to maximize its use for conic section problems, as well as other programming features. 

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How to Prep for Physics
4 sessions starting on Monday Jul 19th at 1:00pm EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
4 sessions starting on Monday Jul 19th at 1:00pm EDT (Online)
4 sessions starting on Monday Jul 26th at 9:00pm EDT (Irvine, CA)
4 sessions starting on Monday Aug 16th at 6:30pm EDT (Austin, TX)

This class is designed for anyone who has not taken Physics but soon will be. 

This class will follow a two-tier structure to help students find their footing in Physics classes (at both the introductory and AP levels). We will review the primary skills that are needed and discuss how to develop them over the course of the year, including the major topics covered in traditional courses as well as how to best tackle challenging concepts.

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How to Read Like a Pro in High School
4 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 10:00am EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
4 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 12:00pm EDT (Online)

Students who find themselves having to re-read texts because they did not comprehend them during the initial read-through may benefit from this course.

Students will learn how to read critically by examining texts as well as the context in which the piece was written. We will begin by examining academic textbooks and their structure, whether hard copies or online. We will analyze published articles as well as excerpts from fiction.

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How to Think Critically and Succeed in College
4 sessions starting on Monday Jul 19th at 4:00pm EDT (Fanwood, NJ)
4 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 11:00am EDT (Online)

This class is for college bound students who may need to refresh their critical thinking skills or those who would like to get a head start on reading/viewing/writing/discussing multi-media material at the college level.

We will go over different tasks related to thinking critically as well as the paradigm of higher order thinking skills. Students will watch lectures and read texts on metacognition to help them understand how their brain processes ideas. We will identify when rhetorical devices are being used, how to determine whether a source is credible, and how to engage in dialectical reasoning.

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ACT/SAT Class and Private Tutoring Package
14 sessions starting on Saturday May 15th at 2:00pm EDT (ACT)
7 sessions starting on Wednesday Jul 21st at 6:00pm EDT (ACT)
7 sessions starting on Monday Aug 16th at 4:00pm EDT (ACT)
7 sessions starting on Monday Jun 28th at 6:00pm EDT (SAT)
7 sessions starting on Monday Aug 2nd at 3:00pm EDT (SAT)

Students will learn strategies to improve their approach to standardized tests. This seven-week course includes 21 hours of classroom instruction and five private tutoring sessions. It includes all class materials and one test simulation. Students who tutor with us achieve an average increase of 4.45 points on their ACT score and 130 points on their SAT.

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Individual Tutoring

Get customized support for your student through one-on-one tutoring. Collegewise tutors will tailor lessons and homework for each student, including an individualized approach and targeted prep to achieve academic goals. Tutors are available for test prep and school subjects, including:

  • SAT, ACT, AP, ISEE, SSAT Tests
  • Subjects at all levels of instruction, including elementary school, middle school, high school, and college

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