The Tutoring Center, Hoover AL


Tutoring in Hoover, AL

Summer is here and it’s the time of the year to evaluate the performance of your children in school. If it wasn’t as you expected, this break is a great chance for your children to catch up.

An often neglected problem is the place where your children study -  laying down on their beds isn’t the best way to learn. That’s why, at The Tutoring Center in Hoover, we have a few ideas to create a good study environment at home.


A quiet, well-lit and organized place is recommended to study. Remember that you should always make a difference between the place your children sleep and where they study. Also, provide your children with all the school supplies they need, so they don’t have to stand up constantly.


There are countless things that could divert the attention of your children: cell phones, T.V, social networks, laptops and even pets. Make sure to identify what interrupts the concentration of your children and remove it to create a distraction free- zone.

Create a Schedule 

Remember that constant habits are important to create successful study skills. A calendar or a daily planner are great ways to schedule a study day. Remember to include the subject, day and time.


It’s not rare to see our children lying on their beds reading material on their laptops. The natural reaction of the body when lying down is to sleep. You can prevent this by providing a comfortable chair for your children.

This summer is a great opportunity for your children to learn study skills that will provide them with the abilities they need for a great academic achievement. That’s exactly what you will find at The Tutoring Center.  

Our tutors are highly qualified to assess the academic strengths and weaknesses of your children. That way, you can be sure they will receive the help they need. Think about us the next time you are looking for tutoring in Hoover.

To learn more about our programs, please call (205) 987-9577.


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