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Amazing Tutors Inc.
Need Help? Call us at 604.765.4099. We believe in giving every student the best education possible. That is why we provide superior tutoring programs and tutoring services in Surrey and White Rock. Our Amazing tutors are available in person and online. Visit us in any of our seven community learning centers in North Surrey, South Surrey, Delta, Newton, Guildford, Fleetwood, Bear Creek, Green Timbers, Cloverdale and White Rock. We also provide volunteer opportunities and we are looking for community volunteers to help us organize and plan non-profit events for our community in Surrey. Our students strengthen their leadership skills by taking the lead in learning to organize events and teaching each other new development skills. Our LEAD programs include leadership, education, and development programs that are of substantial benefit to our community. Amazing Tutors develops proactive activities that deal with academic coaching, mentoring, self-esteem, relief of poverty, advancement of education, religion, charitable works and fundraising.
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Programs: High School Tutoring Program
When everything else is gone, you will still have education!
Amazing Tutors' High School Tutoring program in Surrey and White Rock enables High School students to succeed by strengthening their Mathematics and Writing Skills and by preparing them for examinations. We address the range of required subjects taught at the High School level, including: Math; French; English; Chemistry; Physics; Biology; and Social Studies. We specialize in Provincial Exam preparations and, rather than waiting until the last minute, we provide students with practice questions as soon as they register with us in anticipation of a Provincial Exam. We foster students' realization that Secondary School involves more than simply attending classes and completing homework; it is the time that determines the direction of their future.
Amazing Tutor's Provincial Exam Prep Program is designed to help students prepare for their provincial exams. All students are required to write provincial exams in grade 12. These exams are designed by professionals to test basic knowledge and skill sets that are taught throughout the school year. They are required by the government as a way of evaluating and ensuring that all of the Prescribed Learning Outcomes assigned in the British Columbia's curriculum have been taught. They need to maintain at least 80% in English 12 to remain competitive for acceptance into most post secondary institutions. If students fail to attain 80% in English 12, they are required to write an English proficiency exam known as the Language Proficiency Index or LPI exam.
Post-Secondary Preparation Program
At Amazing Tutors, we ease students' transition from High School to College or University. Our Post-Secondary Preparation program teaches students problem solving, studying efficiency and test-taking skills. In addition, we also teach goal-setting, course planning and time management-skills on which students can rely for their entire academic careers. Amazing Tutors prepares students for the academic demands of Post- Secondary education by exposing them to higher-level studies in all subject areas. Amazing Tutors' Post Secondary Preparation Program includes a writing intensive component which enhances students' writing skills. The program also targets students' Math skills by improving their overall Math proficiency, including introducing them to Precalculus, Calculus and other advanced areas of mathematics. Amazing Tutors' Post-Secondary Preparation Program builds upon students' existing capabilities to ensure a smooth transition into the more rigorous College and University systems.
At Amazing Tutors, we understand that the process of university application is challenging for students. With our University Application Assistance Program, we help to clarify and simplify this process by providing assistance to students with their application packages. We recommend students to see https://applybc.ca/ an online application for admission to all BC Post Secondary Institutions. It also provides general information including links to educational resources and institutions, and financial assistance information. If you are applying to Ontario universities, go to Ontario Universities' Application Centre at http://www.ouac.on.ca/ for links to online applications. If you are applying to the United States, the Common Application is one of the main application sites https://www.commonapp.org/Login. Our University Application Assistance Program is offered year round. Call us today for assistance. We look forward to helping you.
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Moving Beyond High School Transition
"The transition from high school to university can be challenging for many students. However, after you graduate high school, a whole new world of opportunity becomes available to you. There is a list of careers you may choose to pursue from, however, you may not know if you like a certain field until you get some experience with it. I went into the bachelor of psychology program at Simon Fraser University because I found the subject fascinating yet challenging. I had a strong desire to learn about the human mind and behaviour. While working towards obtaining my bachelors degree in psychology, I was given the opportunity work with Amazing Tutors to apply my knowledgeable skills of psychology to help tutor the young children. With a psychology major, we can work in many areas of society such as business, health, education, sport, and social work. We can use scientific methods and knowledge about the human mind and behaviour to help deal with practical problems. Applying psychology to working with children, we can arrange environments for young children, so they are more likely to develop skills and dispositions appropriate for their ages. We can take the developmental factors found in psychology and early childhood studies to establish teaching and learning methods to optimize a child's development." -- M. Bains
Free Parent Orientation and Consultation
Our consultants will assess the learning strengths and weaknesses of your child. During your visit, our staff will provide an academic assessment to determine learning styles and to develop an individual learning plan for your child. We will find him/her a perfect match with one of our skilled tutors. Our tutors will give provide you with monthly progress reports to measure accomplishments and to assess where more support is needed. To speak to our consultant, contact us today. High School Graduation Requirements
A high school student needs to acquire 80 credits in grade 10, 11 and 12 in order to meet graduation requirements in the province of British Columbia, Canada. To make sure you do not miss graduation because of technicality, meet with your school counselor early in the school year to find out if you are taking the courses you need. If you are planning to continue your education beyond secondary school graduation, make sure you have all the course credits you require to enter the program of your choice. To be a member of the Grad Class, a graduate must have a grad plan that enables them to graduate in a timely manner--by August of their grad year. High school students need eighty credits in Grades 10-12 (equivalent to 20 four-credit courses) are required for graduation.
To graduate, you need at least 52 credits from Required Courses such as Language Arts, Social Studies and Science. As well, you need 28 credits from Elective Courses. A minimum of 16 credits at the Grade 12 level are required, including Language Arts 12. All ministry-authorized and board/authority--approved courses count. Be careful when you drop a course late in the school year--it could be the one you need to graduate. Please keep in mind that post-secondary institutions often require you to complete specific courses to get into certain programs. Careful planning in Grades 10, 11 and 12 will ensure you have all courses and credits you need.
52 credits are required courses, including:
Language Arts 10 4 credits
Language Arts 11 4 credits
Language Arts 12 4 credits
Social Studies 10 4 credits
Social Studies 11 or 12 4 credits
Science 10 4 credits
Science 11 or 12 4 credits
Mathematics 10 4 credits
Mathematics 11 or 12 4 credits
Physical Education 10 4 credits
Fine Arts or ADST 10, 11 or 12 4 credits
Career Education 10 4 credits
Graduation Transitions 4 credits
Elective Courses 28 credits
The new Graduation Program in British Columbia, Canada will require in 2017/2018 that students enrolled in English 12 and/or Communications 12 complete the appropriate provincial exam. This exam is worth 40 per cent of the student's final mark. Students in grade 10 and 11 will not have any provincial exams. The new provincial Literacy and Numeracy assessments are scheduled to start in the 2017/2018 year.