Students, here are some free online tutoring sites that could be useful to you.
Government: iCivics.org offers government educational gamess
Math: Visit math.com for basic math for K-12 courses.
Multiple Subjects: khanacademy.org offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empowers learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom in art history, biology, computer programming, economics, history, math, physics, science, SAT practice, and more.
SAT Prep: prepfactory.com offers SAT prep including videos, practice tests, and other features in a fun format.
World Geography: Use sheppardsoftware.com for map quiz games. The website offers free, online, educational games for learners all ages in multiple subject areas.
World Languages: conjuguemos.com (Spanish, French, and Latin); duolingo.com (Spanish and French); en.ver-tall.com (Spanish and French grammar and vocabulary review); studyspanish.com (Spanish verb conjugations).
Writing: Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Did You Know?: You can easily generate APA, MLA, and Chicago style citations for your papers from right inside Google Docs using the built-in research tool. Here's how.
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