When studying, it’s so easy to fall down the rabbit hole of procrastination and, eventually, cramming — two unhealthy habits most students carry well into their adulthood. They would come to believe that cramming is still a form of preparedness, and they would still make progress. But many instructors fail to instill in students the huge benefit of consistent daily improvement. This concept, however, is the focus of Everydae — the first and only self-guided digital tutor that helps students boost their grades, SAT scores, and confidence in as little as 10 minutes a day.
Academic research confirms that small daily practice is more effective than cramming right before a test. This is what Everydae does best — help students ace high school without the stress. The digital tutor combines test prep, academic support and life/career skills all on one platform. Their proprietary SAT Readiness Score can predict a student’s preparedness based on their goals and study habits. The algorithms behind it enable Everydae to provide students with skills that will maximize improvement in the minimum amount of time. They also apply proven learning science like spaced repetition, productive struggle and metacognition to maximize retention of information. And their lessons come in 10-minute game-like challenges that students can conveniently complete anytime, anywhere.
“For too long, expensive tutoring services have exacerbated an ever-widening achievement gap between the haves and the have-nots. Given the potential future of rolling pandemics, it is vital that we make online learning as engaging as in-person teaching. It must also be affordable. That’s why we’re building Everydae, said Christine Outram, CEO of Everydae.
The digital tutoring service not only helps students boost their grades and test scores but also builds their motivation, confidence and life skills. They cover subjects in academics, including algebra 1, AP U.S. history, biology and English literature. They have very effective materials for SAT prep to get students ready for college. They even have subjects that tackle life and careers like developing self-agency, critical thinking, and collaboration skills.
A five-star review from Michael, a satisfied parent, stated, “My daughter has done consistent work every day without being prompted. Prior to this, she would literally stare at her College Board book — lost as to exactly how to best prepare, resulting in no prep being done. No structure. Lots of frustration. This has, five days in, taken the guesswork out of prep.”
Everydae’s team has been in the education space for more than 17 years, and the team has more than 20,000 hours of teaching, tutoring and curriculum development experience. They have also written content for (and operated) some of the most respected test prep companies in the world.
More information can be found at https://www.everydae.com.
Everydae is the first and only self-guided online learning system that combines test prep, academic support and life/career skills all on one platform.