Steps for students when seeking extra help:
- Be a self-advocate for yourself
- Ask questions in class
- Complete homework on a regular basis
- Take notes in class
- Meet with your teacher to get extra help – we are here to help you!
- Find a study partner
- Contact a peer tutor or adult tutor
List of available tutoring options:
- Allen Gosselin – 775-781-5596 – Allen is a retired high school teacher with experience in all subject areas and a specialty in Spanish. Allen is also willing to work with student organization skills as well as test taking strategies. He is willing to come to SLHS during student study halls to tutor.
- Cindy Kuehn (chemistry and math) 801-792-3864 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Carson City Tutor – Phone: (775) 443-6566 http://www.carsoncitytutor.com/ Carson City Tutor (CCT) was started by Jaspreet Gill. Jaspreet provides individualized one-on-one math coaching at CCT and holds a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada, Reno. Jaspreet is an experienced teacher and she is currently teaching Math 96 – Intermediate Algebra and Math 126 – Pre-calculus at the Western Nevada College in Carson City. Whether working at UNR Upward Bound, WNC’s Academic Skills Center or at CCT, Jaspreet has tutored hundreds of students of all ages and class levels.
- Carson City Library Tutor.com
- Khan Academy online tutoring – FREE Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps.
Final Exam Tips & Checklist:
- Finals are cumulative, but will not cover everything – ask your teacher what you can expect on the test
- DO NOT miss the “review day” if your teacher has one. Come prepared to take notes and ask questions!
- Chip away at studying; try not to “cram”
- Save everything – including old tests and quizes
- Save old notes
- Form a study group on a subject
Finals Checklist – 2-4 weeks before the exams
- Go through saved tests & quizzes; look over the questions you got wrong – do you understand why you got them wrong? Do you understand the concepts now?
- Re-organize or re-write old notes
- Ask your teacher about concepts you are still struggling with
- Quiz friends over vocabulary
- Watch Youtube videos or documentaries that are related to concepts you are studying (particularly in Science and History)
- Ask about essay questions in English and Theology – if there will be essay questions, re-read or review the material you will have to write about (e.g. short stories, poems, a particular passage of scripture, etc.)
Finals Checklist – week/weekend before the the exams
- Make sure to attend all your review classes
- Go through notes and highlight material you know will be on the test
- Get good sleep
- Eat healthy food
- Pray – don’t stress!
Hint: It’s easier to stay calm and perform well on the tests if you know that you have prepared!