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Prices for private finals tutoring can be as low as $36.50.

The cost of each individual lesson will depend on how many lessons your child takes per week and how long they would like tutoring for.

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Getting private finals tutoring can be a great benefit for you child.

For example, private finals tutoring can help your child consolidate what they have been learning in school.

It can also be great in helping your child work through their finals homework and build confidence ahead of their finals exams.

Tutoring is a great way to help your child if they need a little extra finals help or if they are excelling at finals and want to push just that bit further.

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As well as private finals tutoring, GoStudent can help your child with other exams and levels.

Other exams available are SSAT, SAT, PSAT and ACT. With GoStudent your child isn't tied into one exam.

If they are taking finals tutoring but then need support with a different exam, we can help them get that support with a tutor specialized in that exam.

With GoStudent your child can get private tutoring online from one of our finals tutors.

Online tutoring is a great option for you and your child, meaning you don't have to take your child to a class or cover the cost of a tutor to come to your home.

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Finals: Everything you need to know to help your child pass these essential exams

Finals Test Prep with GoStudent

Whether your kid’s at high school or uni, they’re going to have Finals test prep to do. For a freshman in high school, this can be terrifying as it’s their first major Final exam, and if they’re in their final year at uni it can impact their degree. We understand it can be painful for you to have to sit back and watch them stress but there are some things you can do to help them.

What is Finals test prep?

Let’s begin by looking at what Finals test prep is. Every year, your kid’s going to have midterms and Final exams. Finals test prep is what fills millions of students with dread, especially if they wait until the last minute or even a month before to begin.

The impact of their Finals exam results can be far-reaching and put a speed bump in their future. For this reason, we have some recommendations coming up later about Finals revision strategies and how best to plan Finals test prep. 👍

First, let’s look at how many students graduate from their Finals course in high school.

Which Finals courses require Finals test prep?

Whether your kid’s a freshman at high school or is studying for their uni Finals exam, being prepared is essential. It doesn’t matter which Finals course it's for (e.g. accounting) or Finals lessons (e.g. math), there are a number of ways you can suggest your child organizes their Finals test prep.

Tips for Finals test prep success

Here are our top recommendations for your child to nail their Finals test prep and stay sane along the way! 😊

Make a Finals revision plan

This is something that may students try and avoid because they feel like it’s taking up valuable study time by writing out a Finals revision plan. This couldn’t be further from the truth though. A bit of good planning will actually go a long way to save time closer to their Finals exams.

A Finals revision plan should include some rest time too for socializing with friends or fun activities, and when students see this written down (or on the screen) it acts as a motivator because they can see rewards in amongst the hard slog of studying. It also reduces the chance of cramming because your kid will see how much they need to do visually.

Have all Finals lessons covered

It’s important to go over all of their Finals lessons and know them inside and out. This doesn’t mean just re-reading notes from Finals lessons or Finals course books. In order to retain the information and be able to recall it, they should make mindmaps and rewrite notes, especially for the topics they find difficult.

This type of Finals revision should also start early and take place regularly to check in with their Finals lessons and make sure they’re keeping up. When sitting in a class it can be easy to understand what you’re being taught but this is different from putting it into practice or context alone at home.

Look for Finals online revision

While knowing all of the content in Finals lessons is obviously essential, using supporting Finals online revision really cements information and concepts. There is a plethora of Finals online revision available in the form of videos, podcasts, and written material. Your kid should find as many different forms of Finals online revision that are relevant to each subject or topic. A Finals tutor can help with this, saving time.

Practice past Finals exams

This is going to be one of the most useful study methods for any Finals exam regardless of the subject. First, your kid should do past Finals exams untimed and note the questions they struggle with as they go through them. Any problem areas need revisiting until they can do a past Finals exam for each subject within the time limit and without looking back at notes.

Use Finals private tutoring

Finals private tutoring is the fastest and most secure way to ensure your kid’s ready for Finals exams. That’s because a Finals private tutor will have been in your child’s shoes before and knows exactly how to study, what to cover, and where to find the best past Finals exams and additional revision. A dedicated Finals tutor can help with all of the above-mentioned Finals revision methods and even prepare a Finals revision and learning plan with your kid.

Finals private tuition also goes way beyond Finals test prep and can support the whole way through a Finals course. Let’s find out who and how they help. ✨

Who can Finals private tuition help?

Finals tuition can benefit students in a number of ways:

  • If they don’t understand a topic
  • If they want the best grades possible
  • If they need to save time studying

One-to-one Finals tuition makes every minute of a private class count and will save your kid an enormous amount of time and worry by focusing on what they need to learn or improve on no matter what level they’re at.

It’s not possible to get that personalized teaching at school, college, or uni (normally). As an example, the High-Schools.com site provides excellent data taken from the National Center for Education Statistics on pupil-teacher ratios.

We’ve collated the following data so you can see the state averages for pupil-teacher ratios:

  • Utah - 10
  • Vermont - 10
  • New Hampshire - 11
  • Connecticut - 11
  • North Dakota - 11
  • Michigan - 18
  • Arizona - 20
  • California - 21
  • Nevada - 22

The first five states have the lowest ratios in the US and the last four in the list have the highest pupil-teacher ratios. That’s why so many parents hire Finals private tutors for their children. Private tuition gets results much quicker and focuses on an individual’s needs.

Finals online tutoring or face-to-face?

Everything is online these days, including many Finals lessons. Here are some interesting stats on e-learning:

  • K-12: 40 percent of student device usage was spent on educational platforms
  • Tertiary: since 2020, 98 percent of universities moved classes online

These figures are just scratching the surface but demonstrate how education is moving online and many, if not most, students will at least take some Finals lessons online. The pandemic has obviously helped speed up the shift but there are some great benefits to be had from lesson notes and material being stored in one place with easy access from anywhere.

That’s one of the reasons that Finals online tutoring works so well. Your kid will have access to all their additional Finals online revision, learning plan, as well as past and upcoming classes stored in one location. It helps them stay organized with their private classes and what they’re learning.

Here are some other benefits of Finals online course help:

  • It’s more flexible
  • Choose from Finals online tutors all over the country (many will have moved after school and uni)
  • It’s more affordable
  • Classes are interactive so highly engaging

When does my child need Finals online tutoring?

Many parents choose to start from the beginning of a Finals course, especially if it’s for subjects that are known to have a bigger workload and are time-consuming. Your kid may be fine getting a Finals tutor a couple of months before Finals exams though.

It all depends on the individual. Some kids have a natural ability to study alone and plan and others benefit from support early on. We often find that freshman year and sophomore year students benefit from Finals tutors earlier on to teach them the art of revising and Finals test prep as they’re still finding their feet.

Another consideration is extra-curricular activities in your kid’s life. The more they have on, the earlier they get a Finals tutor the better because it can help free up time close to Finals exams and minimize stress.

Where to find the best Finals private tuition?

At GoStudent, we have qualified Finals online tutors who specialize in different levels and subjects. Whether you live north, south, east, west, or anywhere in between, we’ll find you the right Finals tutor for your kid. 🤩 We have a proven track record of helping students with a 95 percent success rate so we’re sure we can make Finals test prep go smoother and easier for your kid.

The key to Finals test prep is not going it alone and getting advice and guidance from an expert. Finals exams are hard enough on their own but when there’s a whole week of Final exams and life to contend with, a little help can go a very long way.