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06/30/2020



Use the Summer to Prepare for College

Graduating from high school is an exciting time in a student's life. Not only are they now done with high school, but it also means they are on their way to college. The summer before their first year of college may seem like a time to relax, but there are still things to be done.

Start Summer Reading

After registering for classes, chances are your child will have some summer reading to take care of. If this is the case, make sure your child gets the books they need early in the summer so that they can take care of this reading early on. This will ensure they aren't feeling stressed right before what should be an exciting time.

Make Note of Important Dates

Starting college comes with a lot of important dates and things to take care of. Your child may have deadlines for things like financial aid paperwork, registering for classes, and applying for housing. On top of this, they may have to attend things like orientation and they may have a move-in date if they're going to live in the dorms. Keep track of all these dates so that your child doesn't miss anything.

Make Plans for the Year

Finally, it's never too early to start planning. If your child will be living in the dorms, have them call up their soon to be roommate so that they can get to know each other and make plans for their room. Your child can also start looking into clubs they may want to join or job opportunities on campus.

Academic Tutoring in College Station, TX

Enroll your child in tutoring in College Station to ensure they have the tools they need to succeed. Check out the academic programs offered at The Tutoring Center, College Station TX to find the right program for your child. To learn more about their programs, give them a call at (979) 402-1033, and don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment.

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