Congratulations to our students completing their studies this year! As many of our students finish their educational journeys, they may be eager to join the workforce full time. For recent graduates, this can be a daunting task. During the COVID-19 global pandemic, the job hiring process has changed a bit – what can new graduates do to make the most of their time currently?

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After another year of students, teachers and parents alike enduring the COVID-19 pandemic, many have become accustom to new ways of learning. Many students and teachers have shifted from in person courses at school, to online learning using technology. While we still do not know what the future of this pandemic will hold for education, it is sometimes helpful to reflect on what changes we have endured and how they have impacted us.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way a lot of our students are learning at their academic institutions. Whether they are in Middle School or University, COVID-19 has impacted the way information is being presented to them. The pandemic has raised a lot of academic hurdles for parents, teachers and students alike. Today, we will examine how these hurdles have impacted students and how they can make the best of a difficult situation over the upcoming summer of 2021.

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Having been students at one point in our lives, it is important that MathClinic-plus Tutors understand the poor learning habits we faced as students in order to ensure our students do not make the same mistakes. It is also important for students to be able to identify these mistakes themselves in order to correct their unproductive learning habits if they find themselves stuck in them.

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Working from home can be challenging for parents and students alike. It is easy to relax, which can be beneficial, however it is easy to get carried away with how much relaxation is possible. With plenty of things available to occupy your time on your days off, it is important for students to dedicate some of that time to extracurricular actives that can benefit them in their academic careers.

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