• Own Your Education – Carlos Davis – 2017 Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Academic Achievement Award Winner

    Education is a societal endeavor. As a younger learner, the responsibility lies with parents and teachers in the school system. As a student grows other influencers such as tutors and mentors join the tent of success. But the most critical component is the student themselves. They are the owner! Influencers can play a critical role […]

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  • 3 Benefits of Baltimore Tutoring

    Club Z! is a leading Baltimore tutoring institution, and if you’ve kept up with this blog, you know that tutoring can be tremendously beneficial. Not only does it help you children improve their schoolwork, it makes life easier for you. Best of all, everyone involved gets some peace of mind. Let’s talk about 3 benefits […]

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  • Is Your Child’s Schoolwork Suffering from a Lack of Sleep?

    A lack of sleep can take a toll on adults and children alike, whether it’s blinking away sleep at the office or nodding off on a pile of homework. Thanks to the high amounts of homework preteens and teenagers are receiving in school, many children are having to make the unfortunate decision: homework or sleep? […]

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  • How to Improve and Simplify Your Study Space

    When studying, it’s important that you are placed in the best environment possible to get things done.  Homework and the reviewing of classwork material is the key to success in school.  But you’re not going to get either of these done when you’re trying to work in a cluttered, overwhelming environment!  If you think your […]

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  • How to Know When Your Child is Struggling in School

    Kids want to impress their parents.  This simple fact is why many children don’t express themselves when they’re performing poorly in school.  Some children are ashamed or embarrassed to share their potential shortcomings, even if they’re trying their hardest.  Your child may need a professional tutor in order to start improving, but they will not […]

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  • Is There a Serious Problem Between Your Child and Math?

    There is a learning disability that is similar to dyslexia, except it involves math skills.  This disability is called dyscalculia, and it affects many children without being detected.  However, your child’s struggles in math may not be related to dyscalculia; math is difficult for a lot of children who are going through grade school.  Because […]

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  • Why Does Tutoring Work for Every Child?

    Whether your student is struggling with math, getting headaches over reading, or having difficult understanding advanced scientific concepts, tutoring can completely transform their situation. Skilled one-on-one attention from a qualified tutor at Club Z! will do what time in a busy classroom can’t always accomplish-major results. Why do tutoring services work for every child, and […]

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  • How to Fight Senioritis As the Year Comes to a Close

    “Senioritis” is a term many high school seniors use to describe the ever-present lack of motivation near the end of their last year.  And, the faux illness was named for good reason–this common confidence-draining feeling occurs when seniors begin to care less and less about their grades.  They’re looking forward to summer vacation and college, […]

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  • How to Get the Most Out of Your Official SAT Study Guide

    There are still two testing dates left in the SAT season: May 6th, and June 3rd.  If you’ve signed up for either of these dates, you’re probably (or you should be!) studying intensely for this important, influential exam.  In order to prepare, many students invest in College Board’s official SAT Study Guide.  The College Board […]

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  • Easy Ways to Help You Prepare For Finals Week

    Finals week is slowly approaching, and it’s a source of stress for many students.  In quite a few cases, final exams are what can make or break a grade.  Some classes have grades that rely almost entirely on a single test.  When this happens, the burden and obsession to do well takes over.  However, there […]

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