Though Tutor Doctor recognizes that every student is different, the company begins each tutoring relationship the same way. First, an educational consultant gathers information from parents, educators, and students themselves to create a full-fledged picture of their learning style, personality, and academic goals. Then, the company uses that information to pair the student with 1 of more than 100 carefully screened teachers or subject specialists to aid with current class work; prep for the SAT, ACT, and other exams; or bolster a shaky understanding of fundamental concepts—all from the convenience of the student's home or favourite swing set. After each session, emailed progress reports keep parents on top of their youngster's learning curve. Staff can also accommodate autistic and other special-needs students or aid college and graduate students via adult education.
Featured in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, BenchPrep's educational network prepares students to undertake difficult exams with confidence through innovative and interactive online content. Students can enlist in a field of study from BenchPrep's courses, forged with the aid of McGraw-Hill, Pearson, Wiley, and photocopies of Athena's classroom cheat sheets, to gain access to the site's comprehensive content, reporting, and score-analysis tools. Students cultivate their academic knowledge with content-specific reading material, videos, notes, bookmarks, customizable quizzes, and practice tests.
BenchPrep's innovative cross-platform technology allows online students to begin their studies on a web-based computer and continue their lessons in transit via iPhone, Android, or iPad. Lesson plans can also be downloaded to a smartphone device through the BenchPrep app to facilitate on-the-go learning without an Internet connection, handy for studying in signal-destroying subways or while time traveling to pre-WiFi locales. Upon completion, students receive a digital completion certificate.
With more than 400 verified reviews?a more reliable metric than unproven testimonials?Industrial Scripts takes its transparency seriously. Its story analysts want customers to know that they read submitted screenplays, scripts, and novels with the utmost care. What's more, their consultants have impressive credentials, having worked with giants such as Paramount Pictures and Universal.?They rely on this experience during one-on-one script feedback as well as writing courses.
Students who sign up for live or online classes learn to shape their screenplays from idea to polished piece. The online offerings allow them to work at their own pace as they produce a script for film, television, or holographic omnitheater. They can also browse Industrial Script's archive of helpful articles and interviews, picking up tips for each stage of the creative process. Those who end up submitting their scripts for analysis might even be eligible for the company's Talent Connector service, which shares summaries of particularly promising works with agents.
Manhattan Elite Prep's staff of teachers and consultants carries firsthand experience navigating the complicated labyrinth of school admissions. Some were students whose high test scores and poignant essays got them into top PhD and Ivy League MBA programs. Some consultants served on admissions committees of coveted schools and know what experience, qualities, and acrobatic feats make student applications stand out. Now, this team of insiders at a firm with more than 10 years of experience pools its knowledge to help students who are serious about acing tests and placing in their top schools. They emphasize efficiency, packing as much information as they can into the time allotted, and exceeding beyond minimum requirements. Courses covering entrance tests teach students to work smarter, ruling out wrong answers and budgeting their time wisely, and essay consultants pare down applications to deliver rich content in a limited word count. Customers may complete classes online or interact in-person with their instructors as well as fellow students.
e-Careers helps students flesh out their resum?s and advance their careers with continuing education available online, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Established in 2002, the company has refined a specialization in delivering a wide variety of educational and training programs to an equally diverse array of clients and sectors. e-Careers hosts study programs that detail children?s education, web design, and most foreign languages, excluding the language of robot love. To simulate the traditional classroom experience as much as possible, each course comes to life with animated content, video and audio training, and virtual laboratories. Likewise, communicative features such as discussion boards allow participants to collaborate and converse, eliminating the need to send tweets when the teacher?s back is turned. Technical support is available 24 hours a day Monday?Friday by phone, email, and online chat.
The Modern Languages program at Vancouver's International House fills the heads of children, curious adults, and globetrotting businessfolk with useful grammar and vocabulary knowledge during intensive, engaging classes in 11 languages including French, Farsi, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, and Mandarin. Classes are taught by native speakers and qualified teachers who focus on practical conversational skills rather than teaching their students what to say when they encounter a unicorn. Class size is kept small, with a maximum of 10 students learning together, which ensures everyone gets some one-on-one instruction. Adventurous language learners can also fully immerse themselves in the words and culture of a foreign country through study abroad programs to distant locations ranging from Qingdao, China to the French Riviera.