Khan’s Tutorial, a pioneer in educational excellence, is thrilled to announce the launch of its Homework Help program.
New York, NY – October 25, 2023 – Khan’s Tutorial, a pioneer in education and a leading name in personalized learning, is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated grand opening of their seventh new location, Khan’s Bronx.
In today’s fast-paced educational landscape, high-intensity tutoring has emerged as a powerful tool for unlocking the full potential of students. Traditional classroom settings often struggle to cater to the diverse learning needs of each student, leaving some individuals feeling left behind. However, high-intensity tutoring brings a paradigm shift by offering personalized attention and individualized learning experiences. With focused instruction, accelerated learning, and a boost in confidence and motivation, students are empowered to overcome obstacles and reach new heights in their academic journey. Join us as we delve into the world of high-intensity tutoring and discover how it can revolutionize the way we approach education.
As summer vacation rolls around, students have a unique opportunity to dedicate their time and energy to important academic pursuits. One such endeavor is preparing for the SAT, a standardized test that plays a crucial role in college admissions.
Preparing for the SAT can be an overwhelming task, especially when it comes to the reading portion. However, with the right strategies and techniques, you can improve your scores and feel confident on test day. This blog post will discuss five ways to do well on the SAT reading portion.
The Specialized High Schools Admissions Test (SHSAT) is an exam that determines admission to eight specialized high schools in New York City. The exam has been a topic of debate over the years, with some advocating for its elimination, while others believe it should be maintained. In this blog post, we will explore five reasons why the SHSAT is important.
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are a set of academic standards for English language arts (ELA) and mathematics that were developed to provide a clear and consistent understanding of what students are expected to learn in each grade level. The standards were created by a group of educators and other experts in the field, and they were designed to reflect the knowledge and skills that students need to be successful in college and their future careers…
“Mrs. Khan, your son Ivan is hyperactive.” It was the second time in just a few years that my immigrant mother heard that description of my behavior in the classroom. I was in the 4th grade, when my caring and nurturing teacher, Mrs. Bishop, noticed in me a pattern of behavior that she experienced with some students throughout her decades of teaching in New York City public schools…
It’s a no-brainer that students tend to forget what they learn during the school year when they go on summer break. While summer break is a necessary break for students to rest and recharge, the learning loss is imminent. It is something that affects all students, young and old.
The next SAT is scheduled for May 8, 2021. Registration ends on April 8, 2021. Late registration deadline is April 20, 2021 for mailed registration, and April 27, 2021 for registrations made online or by phone.