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What to do if you fear you have fallen behind?

It can sometimes be very easy to fall behind on classroom work, homework and assignments and subsequently students may be left feeling lost and confused with a sense of having no way out. Many students at some point will have had the experience of falling behind, it is not uncommon. However there are various ways you can handle this:

–          Speak to your teacher

Your teacher will be able to guide you on how to get back on track by perhaps sitting down and going through subject material again with you, setting you some extra work to reinforce your understanding etc.

–          Form your own study group

Many students find it easier to learn from their peers. They feel more comfortable asking those questions they would have otherwise felt shy or embarrassed about in a classroom setting.

–          Seek a private tutor

A private tutor will be able to help you work through subject material at your own pace. If you don’t like to ask questions in class and as a result you have fallen behind, then why not think about having a private tutor. With a private tutor, you will not only be able to work at your own pace but you will also be free to ask all those questions you were afraid to ask in class.

For more information, you can contact Tutor House by sending an email to info@tutorhouse.co.uk.