The Ultimate Guide to Learning Anything Faster and Better

As a child I remember reading this:

I hear, I know

I read I understand

I see and I never forget!

This philosophy has stayed. Even after growing up and doing my law at the university, I was always a big fan of practical and hands-on experience. So, reading and understanding the legal provisions was one thing but it never really ended there for me. I took up an apprenticeship at the bar with such frugal stipend that I could not afford anything at all. But what it did give me was a wealth of information in the form of practical training.

So, when kids in my batch were partying hard and learning the rules and provisos by heart, I was actually sweating it out at the Judge’s chambers and writing down notes in the Bar Library for a case that was to be presented the next day!

It has helped me in my career immensely:

I took off early, landed my dream job as a celebrated attorney, had my stint, took a well-deserved break and even started a family!

Now, as a mommy to three, I still believe that it is not enough to tell them or just read to them. I rather that they go out and see the world!

For instance, last week, we had a circus in the town square and we definitely had a plan. So, while we did read a small comic about the circus and all the animals that we were going to see, the actual experience was so overwhelming to all the three that it was incredible watching their expressions when they saw the animals and the trapeze artists.

I depend on Peak Performance Tours:

Because they have delivered on their promises always! I am so looking forward to showing them the world and in the process get to know it myself too!!

Best guide to finding an excellent tutor 

Finding the right tutor for your child is an important decision. Here, we will take a look at some of the things you should keep in mind when searching for a great tutor, to help you make the best choice for your family’s needs.

The first thing to think about is the type of tutor you are looking for. You can choose from a private tutor, an online one or a group setting. Your budget might determine the type of tutor you should go for – private tutors who travel to your home will probably cost the most. The type of setting you choose might depend on your child’s personality too. Some children excel at home whilst others prefer the interaction in a group situation.

You should also check reviews of local tutors, or ask around other parents. You might be able to find a group on social media which will help with this, or you could try asking your child’s school as they might have a list where you can find a tutor near me.

If you are unsure whether your child needs a tutor, or just a bit of extra support, you could consider other options. See if they have a friend or classmate who is doing really well in the subject your child struggles with, so they could team up and have study sessions together. Or, you could seek the help of an older student who has taken the same class in the previous year, and did well.

If your budget is quite limited, but you want a professional tutor for your child, you could consider contacting a non-profit organization. These often offer tutoring opportunism for free, or at a reduced cost. You could also try contacting your local college, as sometimes students can help high school students as part of their program.…