Study Hut Successes

November 3rd, 2014

Study Hut may specialize in helping students conquer their most difficult classes and acing all their tests, but it’s just as rewarding every time they get an awesome grade. We tailor each session to our individual students and the different needs they have, whether it’s a big math test tomorrow or a last minute essay they forgot to do for English.

 

One of our students, Abrianna had been struggling in a few of her classes. She started coming in to Study Hut twice a week and working with our tutor, Brittany. They started with the basics, like making sure that all of her homework was done every night, but moved on to more complex things like study skills. Brittany taught Abrianna how to study more effectively and different tricks to help her remember the information better. All of their hard work paid off! Abrianna got an A on her most recent science test, which raised her grade in that class up to a B. She is working hard to improve all of her other grades as well.

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Another Study Hut regular, Olivia, completed her lead capstone project at Palos Verdes High School this week! She was one of only twenty students picked out of two hundred chosen to present their projects. She researched and analyzed how the film Blackfish has affected the treatment of whales. Olivia worked diligently on her project for weeks, and came in regularly to Study Hut to double check for any errors she had made with her English tutor, Laura.  Olivia came out on top of her class!

 

 

SATs this Fall at Study Hut Tutoring

September 9th, 2008

310 540 5888
210 Avenue I Ste. D
Redondo Beach, CA

Preparing for the SAT doesn’t have to be like boot camp–at the Study Hut in South Redondo Beach trained tutors use effective methods to get students focused and prepared for the SAT.  Students in PV, Redondo, and Torrance have so much pressure and stress in their lives that studying for the SAT seems impossible, but the structured, focused SAT curriculum at the Study Hut helps them improve their scores without the pressure of a boot camp setting.  Students can work individually or in groups to really learn and understand the material that the College Board requires so they can reach their full potential score on the College Board Exams.  Some students struggle with standardized tests, and their SAT, SAT II, or ACT scores do not accurately reflect their intelligence.  Read the rest of this entry »