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Helping Students with Learning Differences Become Super Testers

When it comes to working with students with learning differences or disabilities, it’s important to approach each and every student with beginner’s mind. Understanding the student’s diagnosis Students with learning differences will come with a specific diagnosis, but don’t put excessive emphasis on the diagnosis or immediately shift into a

College Consulting Collaborative

At the College Consulting Collaborative, we believe every student with learning differences deserves the highest quality assistance to become college-ready and find the "best fit" college. We work exclusively with students with learning challenges--ADHD, specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, and students on the autism spectrum. We use a strengths-based

1 out of 5 Atlanta Metro Area National Merit Semi-Finalists Used Applerouth Tutoring Services

ATLANTA, Oct. 14, 2015 -- Applerouth, Atlanta's premier tutoring service, announced today that one out of five Atlanta Metropolitan Area 2015 National Merit semi-finalists used its services. Applerouth's mock tests, tutors, and materials are the best-in-class tools for students to use to prepare for their high school and college admissions

The Invisible Minority on College Campuses

College-bound students with ADHD represent a growing yet still often overlooked population in higher education. Almost 9% of children in the US have ADHD¹, and 30% to 45% of children with ADHD also have a learning disability². As we counsel more families with ADHD and other learning differences, helping them

3 LD and ADHD Myths Holding Students Back

At Applerouth, we know from the research and (even more powerfully) from first-hand experience that when a student starts to believe in their abilities, everything starts to change. We also know that developing strong self-belief isn’t always easy for today’s tweens and teens, especially if they have a learning or

Helping Students with Learning Differences Become Super Testers

October is LD, ADHD, and Dyslexia awareness month. In the last 20 years, my team and I have worked with all types of learners, and we know first-hand about the challenges that standardized tests can present for students with learning differences. Our students have shown us time and again that,

Inside the Apple: Working with Students with LDs

Just as no student is the same, no tutor has the same journey into tutoring. Kristen “KP” Pariseau has a very traditional background - she got her degree in education over two decades ago, and began her career teaching at all levels of K-12 education. During her years in private

Belinda Stern: Custom College Connection

The name of my company is Custom College Connection because I tailor my services to meet the needs of my clients. I offer an in-depth college search with individual write-ups on every school I suggest. I help students create a college resume and strategize for the SAT/ACT tests. I walk

Guiding Families on Testing Accommodations

Applying for ACT or SAT accommodations can be complicated. Families of students who learn differently can become especially stressed about their students’ upcoming tests and as their IEC, they come to YOU with questions including: How do I know if my student needs accommodations? When should we start the process

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SAT vs ACT

These two college admissions tests have a lot of unique facets. Each will give your student a different testing experience, so it's important to choose carefully. This guide can help.

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AP courses can be intimidating. We get it. We're here to shine a light and show students there's no monster--and empower you to check for yourself next time.

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Executive functioning is a core set of skills that can determine someone's big picture success. If things feel tough, let's hack EF together.

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