Success StoriesJune 19, 2019

The 4Schools 4Schoolers MIT Success Story

Going to 4 high schools was a difficult thing, for sure. Colleges told me that with the
various grading systems in schools across the country, it was imperative that I involve
myself in extracurricular activities, ace my standardized tests, and write top-of-the-line
college entrance essays.

Math OlympiadsJune 16, 2019

What is a Mathematical Olympiad?

A math olympiad is a competition where students participate to showcase their skills in solving mathematical problems. Competitions can be grouped by age and/or geographically--regionally, nationally or internationally. The more selective competitions require that students be prequalified based on performance on lower level competitions.

Computer ScienceMay 22, 2019

Computer Programming Project Based Learning

Daniyar is a teacher and software developer at 4Schoolers, who knows more than 15 programming languages, including Java, C, C#, C++, Python, Ruby, HTML+CSS+JavaScript, Swift, and Kotlin. Looking back to the past, he would like to give advice to those who want to try their hand at computer science.

TutoringApril 27, 2019

How To Nail The ACT

As the college process rolls around, nothing seems more daunting than standardized testing. There are so many options these days: SAT, ACT, and test optional schools. It’s difficult for students to find where they fit in within all of this. However, after taking a few practice tests and weighing their strengths/weaknesses the ACT becomes the clear choice for many. It was for me. Here are my strategies to mastering the ACT.