Academic Success Formula
What Do We Consider to be Successful?
Here at StudyPoint we focus on three major aspects of a student’s education in order to achieve success. Success here is much more than merely understanding the information. Rather, we take it one step further by focusing on student’s ability to understand how to apply their knowledge. And although other tutoring services may classify this as success, we advance our students learning abilities by putting an emphasis on work habits as well. When we help a student build on all three aspects of their learning, we are successful.
Key Components of Our Formula
Facilitating Our Success Formula
There a number of ways we work with students. The most important is to cater to their needs. This starts by assessing the students themselves. Questions such as the types of learners they are and where they seem to struggle the most are answered. It is only after this understanding that we may customize our teaching styles.
Modeling is also an important way in which students learn. Often, showing a student what an organized folder looks like is the best way for them to understand what they need to do differently. This goes for many of the work ethic skills, as seeing someone do something well often motivates students to do well themselves.
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StudyPoint provides assistance to students in need of academic help and academic challenges. Flexibility is our key virtue. We recognize that each student has a unique set of needs. We tailor our teaching styles to work with these individuals in a learning rich environment. Tutors are qualified with multiple University certifications, as well as a vast composition of experience.
In addition to this, we offer constructive help on study skills and test taking skills. These are difficulties we commonly see within students, and try to make life long changes in these habits. StudyPoint is also equipped with a variety of resources available to students. This includes: computers and laptops, Internet access, printers, textbooks, workbooks, reading books, and additional notes.