Now that we are months into the COVID-19 global pandemic, many students and professionals have become accustomed to learning from home, however some are still struggling with the amount of freedom learning from home provides. We at MathClinic-plus have put together a list of quick study tips to follow during this pandemic to help you form better habits.

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Reasons to Read Outside of School

With some students easily overwhelmed by how much reading they are required to do for school, many may be put off of reading extracurricularly. With reading being such a fundamental skill in an individual’s life, students may be missing out on a few important benefits should they choose not to do this outside of school. Reading outside of school can help a student stay engaged while learning to analyze the material they are reading. Having them read literature they have an interest in allows them to develop these analytical skills at their own pace, motivated by their own interest in the subject or novel rather than by academic success alone.

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During this global pandemic, it can be difficult for students to keep up with their academic performance goals. Additionally, some students are finding it hard to stay on track with the changes this pandemic has brought upon the way we learn at school, weather remotely or in class. This may raise a question for students and parents – when is it time to seek additional academic assistance?

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As students are now entering their first fall semester during a global pandemic, parents and students alike have the difficult task of staying safe while maintaining their academic status. This new experience for students and parents can present anxiety for some. Although we cannot control the virus, it is best to mitigate the risks whenever possible. Whether their studies continue virtually or in person, here are a few tips from MathClinic-plus Tutoring to help students achieve their academic goals while staying safe.   

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