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Best Online High Schools in America

The ranking, based on 2020 data (released in 2021), takes into consideration test scores, diversity, college preparation, school activities, teacher salaries, and reviews from high school students and

Education

College Majors with the Highest Salaries

With almost 20 million students enrolled in postsecondary education, getting a bachelor’s degree has become a rite of passage for many young professionals before going into the workforce.

FAQ - Math

How to Calculate P Value using Chi-Square

There are different ways of calculating the P Value. But the easiest, most common method—and the one we’ll look at right now—is using the chi-square.

Education

The Best Paying Cities for Software Developers

To identify the best paying cities, HeyTutor created a cost-of-living adjusted salary for software developers based on regional differences in the price of goods and services. Cities were then ranked.

Education

In Person Tutoring vs Group Tutoring

A comparison between the pros of taking advantage of individual, in person tutoring lessons as opposed to the cons of learning in a group tutoring setting with only one tutor.

FAQ - Math

How to Find the Mode in Math

Simply put, the mode is a numerical value that tells you which number, or even numbers, occurs the most frequently in a data set. Here's how to find the mode.

Education

How To Get Into The Best Colleges

If you want to get into the best colleges you need to have the best test scores, best grades, best essay and several extracurriculars under your belt.

FAQ - Math

How to Calculate Square Footage

Square footage is the measurement of space that covers an area. It’s often used to determine the amount of floor space in a home. Knowing the square footage also comes in handy during painting, tiling

FAQ - English & Grammar

English Grammar Guide

Grammar can be super-fun once you get a good grip on it. You can see grammar as a signpost in the world of English language. It guides you in finding your way around...

FAQ - English & Grammar

Onomatopoeia Definition and Examples

Onomatopoeia is a word that sounds like what it's describing. When you come across an onomatopoetic word, you can hear the sound of the word that is described.

FAQ - English & Grammar

All About Adjectives

Adjectives are the words we use to describe or modify nouns and pronouns in a sentence. They are often placed before the noun or noun phrase that they modify, though they sometimes come after.

Technology & Innovation

The Importance of Programming in 2019

In a world that is rapidly evolving technologically, computer programming and computer programmers are growing increasingly more important especially heading into 2019.

Education

How to Address a Letter

Have you ever received a gift from grandma and you wanted to send her a wonderful thank you letter letting her know just how much it means to you that she would take the time.

FAQ - Math

How to Calculate Standard Deviation

There are two types of standard deviations: population standard deviation and sample standard deviation. Both measure the degree of dispersion in a set.

Education

The Most Diverse Public Universities in the U.S.

Just as America has gotten more diverse, so has its system of higher education. Since the late 1970s, the percentage of minority students at four-year, degree-granting colleges and universities has...

Education

The Most Diverse Private Colleges in America

To find America’s most diverse private colleges, HeyTutor analyzed data from the National Center for Education Statistics and looked at more than 900 four-year, private, degree-granting institutions.

FAQ - English & Grammar

What is Hyperbole and How is it Used?

In simple words, hyperbole means a language that is conveyed through exaggeration, and this exaggeration isn’t meant to be taken literally. Here are a few examples:

Education

The Advantages of Final Exam Tutoring

Exploring the benefits of working with a tutor to prepare for upcoming final exams, this post looks into the pros of having a professional on your side who can give you the exam strategy you need.

Education

Does Going to College Matter?

There has been much debate if going to college matters or if it is a complete waste of time, but what truly seems to matter is hard work and persistence regardless of if you go to college or not.

Education

The Most Popular Six-Figure Jobs

To find the most popular jobs paying six-figure salaries, researchers at HeyTutor analyzed the most recent wage and employment data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Education

States Suffering the Most From Student Loan Debt

Education has long been considered the path to financial success but sharp tuition increases and comparatively slow wage growth have left many U.S. college graduates struggling to pay off their debt.

Education

Homeschooling Laws in Every State

HeyTutor compiled a list of homeschooling laws in each of the 50 states and Washington D.C., drawing from state education laws and national organizations that research, monitor, support homeschooling

FAQ - English & Grammar

How to use a dash -- Hyphen vs Em-Dash vs En-Dash

The dash is one of those punctuation marks that many people have seen throughout their lives but have probably given little thought about how it’s really supposed to be used.

Education

Cities with the Worst E-Cigarette Problem

In 2018, e-cigarettes were the most commonly used tobacco product among middle and high school students. This has led to a net increase in overall tobacco use despite declining cigarette sales.

Education

States with the Largest Teacher Pay Gap

Recent trends in hiring and wage increases indicate that the economic outlook for some American workers may be slowly improving, but there is one group that is still falling behind: teachers.

Education

The Most Diverse Cities in the United States

Diversity is not only an important social justice issue, but overwhelming evidence shows that diversity fosters a variety of benefits for workplaces, schools, and communities.

FAQ - English & Grammar

Their They're and There

The issue of mixing up or misusing the words “their,” “they’re,” and “there” is a common one shared by even the best readers and writers.

Education

How To Get Through Finals Week

A guide of how to get through finals week while enrolled in college and how a professional tutor is your best option to pass all of your exams.

FAQ - English & Grammar

What is a hyphen

We use hyphens when two or more words combine to create a compound word with a new meaning. For instance...

FAQ - Math

How to Find the Range in Math

The range is a mathematical tool that’s used in finding the spread in a data set. It’s easy to calculate. If you’re trying to find the range of a data set (or you’re being asked to find it), all you..

Education

The Most Educated Cities in the U.S

Educational attainment in the U.S. is at a record high. As of 2017, 20 percent of adults over the age of 25 were bachelor’s degree holders, and an additional 12 percent of adults went beyond that!

FAQ - English & Grammar

How to use Question Marks

But what is a question mark, and how do we use them? Do all written questions end with one?

FAQ - Math

How to Calculate GPA

Your grade point average, or GPA, is an integral part of your experience at school. It’s something that students and teachers have to deal with.

FAQ - English & Grammar

Parenthesis

Parentheses serve multiple purposes in English, and they are implemented in pairs.