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Being accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools is no easy task; this teenager did it.

Apr 07, 2015
Being accepted into all 8 Ivy League schools is no easy task; this teenager did it.

High school senior, Harold Ekeh, wasn’t only accepted into one Ivy League school, he was accepted into all eight: Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth and the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to these, he was acce

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Rolling Stones Journalism Gone bad

Apr 07, 2015
Rolling Stones Journalism Gone bad

On April 5, 2015, the managing editor of the Rolling Stones magazine – Will Dana, came clean admitting that the story they published “A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA” on Nov. 19, 2014, lacked veraci

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Is taking the SAT in 2016 a bad idea?

Apr 06, 2015
Is taking the SAT in 2016 a bad idea?

According to Anthony Green, who serves as tutor for wealthy families charging $1,000 dollars an hour, taking the SAT in 2016 is a bad idea. He argues that taking the exam will place students in the position of “guinea pigs” and will not serve

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Free college tuition at Stanford; Too good to be true?

Apr 03, 2015
Free college tuition at Stanford; Too good to be true?

Here is how it works: If your family earns less than $125K a year, then you qualify – simple. Some may say, that’s great but I don’t even have money to pay rent? Well, today is your lucky day Mr. or Ms. Freeloader because you pay zero dollar

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How Math Professor pranks his students on April fool day

Apr 02, 2015
How Math Professor pranks his students on April fool day

Check out this cool video: Math Professor thakes math to a new level of fun for college students. I wish a i had a professor like this

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How to advertise tutoring business?

Apr 02, 2015
How to advertise tutoring business?

Are you wondering how to advertise your tutoring business? Are you an excellent tutor for college and k-12 students, but just can’t seem to find enough students in your area? Don’t have the time, energy and money to spend on self adver

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Tried everything, still cannot improve your grades?

Apr 02, 2015
Tried everything, still cannot improve your grades?

Coming soon to the app store and on Google Play, Tutree in Beta is helping numerous parents and teachers find a local k-12 tutoring options to give kids a boost. These tutors are excellent at their job and can help all kids to push themselves furt

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Are you looking for part-time tutoring job with flexibility

Mar 20, 2015
Are you looking for part-time tutoring job with flexibility

Tutree TUTOR matches tutors with students who request a tutoring session through our smartphone app. This is the most flexible tutoring job you will ever take up. In fact this will not be a tutoring job but your tutoring business. So, go ahead. Be

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Tutree- get a one-on-one tutor with a tap of a button

Mar 17, 2015
Tutree- get a one-on-one tutor with a tap of a button

When it comes to finding a local tutor to help your child with their studies, it may seem at first like a daunting challenge. This is especially true if you have never hired or worked with a tutor before. Fortunately, there is a new tutoring app c

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