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How Tutorial Programs Can Help Improve a Student’s Performance

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How Tutorial Programs Helped Me as a Student

I received review services from my school and from a private tutoring center way back when I was preparing for college (LOL that was more than a decade ago). I did not only learn how to improve on my academic performance but I was also given practical tips and tricks on how to survive the D-days.

How Tutorial Programs Can Help Improve a Student's Performance

It was such a long journey and a lot of hard work was put into my preparation but it was worth it because I was waitlisted for a quota course in UP Diliman and was allowed to enroll in UP Baguio for a non-quota course. I also got in in UST (Architecture course, obviously I didn’t end up in this one) and was qualified to study in an exclusive college for women and two more universities. Don’t ask me about my entrance test in ADMU. I had an anxiety attack. End of story. LOL.

Fast forward to this day, I’m now a hands-on mom to two kids and just like all the other parents out there I also want the best for my children when education is concerned. I have a kid in 2nd grade and a preschooler who undergoes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). 

Tutorial Programs for Kids and Teens

My eldest is a bright kid, in fact, he’s among the top students in his class, but I have always believed that he still needs academic assistance from time to time. 

A few years ago, I let him take the UPIS KAT (Kindergarten Admission Test) even if it meant going back and repeating a level in case he gets accepted. We prepared months ahead with the help of a private teacher-tutor and I also had him attend readiness group sessions in Krus na Ligas.

Even when he wasn’t able to make it, (only a hundred kids will be chosen out of thousands of aspirants, so parang suntok sa buwan lang talaga, but hey, at least we tried 🙂 ) I’m still happy that he showed a huge improvement in areas of social communication and self-discipline.

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I believe that regardless of your child’s performance, you should always find ways to help him or her improve. Whether it be a one-day workshop or a skill mastery program, you should always give it a go as long as you have the resources to do so.

Get AHEAD in School and in Life

You may want to check out AHEAD Tutorial and Review Center, one of the leading and most-awarded tutorial and review centers in the country. They are currently providing one-on-one and small-group Tutorial Programs, Review Programs for college admission exams (uses Test-Based Reviews for UPCAT, ACET, and DLSUCET) and Online Programs that can be accomplished in your own home.

AHEAD Tutorial and Review Center PH

I’m interested in their online programs because you only need a computer and a stable internet connection to start one-on-one reviews with expert tutors through their video-conferencing platform. I can imagine my kids having hassle-free learning sessions with an online tutor. 🙂

AHEAD’s online program is also convenient because we can save more time (walang “traffic is forever” drama, especially when the weather’s gloomy), cut back on travel expenses, and study wherever we go — of course with a laptop and Wi-Fi connection. Hooray for remote learning! 🙂

If you feel that your kid needs assistance, visit www.review.ahead.edu.ph or send them an email at info@ahead.edu.ph. You may also call at (02) 426-0034 to 36 or 0917-8911187.

AHEAD has branches in Katipunan, Robinson’s Galleria, Alabang, Tuguegarao, Antipolo, Baguio, and Makati City.

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Published: 2017-09-01 10:51:02

5 Comments

  1. nilyncartagena

    It’s great that even review centers now offer online services no? Talagang no more time spent on traffic in case one choose to review online. Review centers are super helpful talaga, I remember my friend who’s a seaman, he always enrolls in a review center every time he comes home to his family.

    05 . Sep . 2017
  2. Michi (@michisolee)

    Wow, pati tutorial services ngayon, online na rin. I haven’t tried review centers pero when I was in HS, I also want to enroll kaso no budget. Good thing I passed naman sa UST entrance exam. hehehe!

    05 . Sep . 2017
  3. Berlin | Momi Berlin

    When we learned about Upis kat, I would like to try it as well for my youngest then. But I was nanghihinayang of the one year he will repeat should he made it. Now, my son is a graduating grade 6 and we will try UP this time for his high school. Part of me was saying we should have tried it when he was little pa. Nway, AHEAD is one of the review centers that I believe in. They have nice programs and even online courses.

    05 . Sep . 2017
  4. Janice

    I don’t have any experience with review centers. We’ve never tried one also for our kids just yet. But I have a daughter who will be in college in a few years. Will consider enrolling her in a review center when the time comes for her to take entrance exams to universities.

    13 . Sep . 2017
  5. May De Jesus-Palacpac

    We’re looking for a tutorial service for the kids this coming June because I’ll be away for three months and we need someone to take charge of the kids’ homeschool for those months. I wonder if AHEAD gives these types of services.

    03 . Nov . 2017

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