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Didn’t Completely Follow the teacher? Need help with Assignments/Homework?
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After school / Homework help Class
Here at Whizsmart, we have an after school class, meant to help students with concepts that they didn’t understand. Also in this after school homework help program, we review classwork and help the student with problems similar to the classwork. We consider that homework is an important part of the school, so we help with the concepts of the homework instead of doing the homework for the students. Remember though, this is all based on the input of the classwork and the homework. This system can be daily, thrice a week or once a week depending on your needs.
Contents of the Afterschool / Homework help Program :
- Concepts: When we get what the student got wrong, it is one of 2 things, the concepts or understanding of the problem. We help with concepts here to make sure the student actually understands the concepts so that they can achieve their objective, whether it is to ace the class or understand the materials
- Homework help: We also help with homework to make sure they get it on time. We see where the student is struggling and help them (through not solving the problem for them). We help the student with different problems of the same concept and format while explaining this problem’s insights that are needed.
- Classwork Help: We help with classwork – reinforcement of concepts and going over classwork problems, class projects, etc.
- Problems: We help with the problems in an interesting format, we first make a different problem, with enough similarity to achieve the help needed. Then we try to prompt the student to get the key insights necessary to help them solve this problem, and by extension, the one that was one in their homework
Emma HoltSTEM student at UC BerkeleyLos Angeles and Berkeley
Nishtha ChavdaNeuroscience Major Graduate from UCLASan Francisco, California
Rebecca HoBiology Major at Brown UniversityProvidence, RI
Crystal TsuiB.S Chemical Engineering & B.S Biology from MITBay Area, CA
Joelle ParkBiological Sciences Major at Cornell UniversityBay Area, CA
Arian Emam"Kinesiology major, pre-dental student at the University of Maryland"United States
Elijah JacobsBA in Mathematics with a minor in German Language at UC BerkeleyAtlanta, GA
Iris LuSophomore at UC BerkeleyBerkeley, CA
Cindy LopezBA in Mathematics from Amherst CollegeChicago, IL
Tori WalkerBS Computational Media from Georgia TechCapiatá, Paraguay
Emilia LimBiochemistry Sophomore at the University of ChicagoSan Francisco, CA
Riya DesaiJunior at the University of Texas at Austin pursing a B.S.A. in BiochemistryAustin, Texas
|Times A Week|
2 days a week (8 classes a month), Once a week (4 classes a month), 3 days a week (12 classes a month), 5 days a week (20 classes a month)