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Does NLT have any group elementary age camps for the summer? I'm inquiring for my nephew - grade 5 next year.

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Lizzie: So very proud of you for opening a much needed service to our teens. Congratulations to you! The name you have chosen is so spot on...perfect. Janie
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At No Limits Tutoring we strive to get results, whether it is in grades, scores, confidence, study skills, discipline, attitude, or any other area a student may be lacking. We aim to empower each student with study and test taking skills to get them through any obstacle that may arise in their educational careers. No Limits Tutoring is a full concierge-tutoring center that specializes in personali

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WSJ article today about ACT scores. Don’t let your kid fall into this statistic. We’re here to help them get sky high scores and as much scholarship money as possible!



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Returning The University of Mississippi - Ole Miss Students and Parents: Here are a great list of tips from a seasoned condo manager here in Oxford!

🚨 Parents: Before you move your kids into their new place…please go over:

-Smoke detectors…check the date. Test the battery. Request new ones if older than 5 years.

-Fire extinguisher: check to make sure it’s full and in date. If it’s mounted on the wall review how to get it off. If they do not have one INSIDE their condo and only a big community one in the breezeway, buy them one or two Keep it under the sink or some place easily accessible…or in their bedroom.

-Tape a note card to the inside of the door at eye level that reads: straightener, curling iron, stove candles, dryer. As a reminder to make sure everything is turned off before they leave.

-if their condo has a bottom door k**b lock…disable it by putting tape all around it…or set up an account with a locksmith…deadbolts only. No door k**b locks.
If they have a keypad…make sure the batteries are up to date.

-Add a renters insurance policy. Many say: I’m not doing renters insurance bc he/she owns nothing of value…renters insurance also protects you and your child if they make a boneheaded mistake and flood their bathroom or burn their kitchen. It happens ALL THE TIME.

-Ring doorbell: very helpful. Controversial because college kid don’t want their parents seeing who all comes in and out…set it up between roommates at least.

-Emergency contacts: make sure you have everyone in the condos info, their parents as well. Make sure they all have yours.

-Show them the basics: clean dryer lint after each use. Replace air filter…buy the cheapest and replace more often…the big thick ones make the unit work too hard. Even if management replaces them…at least show them where it is and buy some extras. Everyone/everywhere is overworked, underpaid and understaffed. They can change their own air filter if needed. Good practice for when they have their own home one day.

-Do not use dawn in the dishwasher…don’t assume they know ANYTHING

-During turnover it’s not uncommon for the dryer vent to get detached. Gently lean over and make sure it’s attached. Make sure the dryer isnt smooshed up against the wall or it will take forever for your clothes to dry. Don’t use the “more dry” cycle…used the timed one 50-60 should have a basic load dry. If not, you’re over loading or the dryer is on its last leg.

-Remind them if their AC isn’t working at 8am…chances are it’s not going to be working when they return home from class at 3…call and report at 8am…not 3pm…more time for parts to be ordered and work order completed that day. Don’t continue to bump it down…if it’s not cooling at’s not going to cool when you put it on 60.

*side note* one move in day…if it’s 100 outside and you’re in and out all day…your thermostat is not going to stay on 70. It will be 75 at best…it’s not broken…it’s hot and you keep opening the door.

-If they see a leak…it’s not going to fix itself…report it immediately. Find out where the condos water shut off is located. Toilets and sinks have their own but there should also be a main water shut off in the condo.

-Set up an Uber account or something similar. Oxford has entirely TOO many options for ANYONE to drive drunk.

I think that’s it…oh…and…metal doesn’t go in the microwave.


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Photos from The Mid-South Horse Review's post 02/04/2023

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Photos from Corinth School District's post 10/20/2022
Photos from No Limits Tutoring's post 10/06/2022

No Limits Tutoring loved getting to spend the last three days doing an ACT workshop for the students at Corinth High School! We can’t wait to find out how they all do on the upcoming ACT!!


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Photos from Compound Interest's post 02/07/2021
Timeline photos 08/21/2020

🚨 The deadline to register for the September 12, 13, and 19 ACT test dates has been extended to August 31.

Timeline photos 08/13/2020

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Timeline photos 08/12/2020

A few updates around fall testing:

- We've extended the registration deadline for September test dates to August 28
- We are continuing to add sites and seats to MyACT
- Our customer support group is working through resolving your questions and issues as quickly as we can

Timeline photos 08/04/2020

We are introducing a queuing system to MyACT when it reopens at 10 am CT.

Once we meet our pre-determined threshold of users hitting the site, the next user will be placed in line. This is being done to help everyone flow into and out of MyACT.

Here's how it will work 👇

Timeline photos 07/27/2020

We are in the process of soft-launching a new registration system, which is experiencing some performance issues due to unusually high demand.

We are working diligently to improve the experience for all users.

We will keep you informed and appreciate your patience.

Timeline photos 07/20/2020

We feel terrible for some of our students who arrived at locations that were ultimately canceled. We look forward to helping you prep for September and October tests! We got this.

We're currently looking into the unfortunate situation where students showed up to cancelled test centers and will provide more info as soon as we can.

We are truly sorry that this happened, and we will follow up directly with students who were impacted.

Timeline photos 06/30/2020

Here's an update for those registered for the July ACT test date 👇

You will receive an email with information on:

- Your test center's availability
- Options for rescheduling
- Refund instructions

📅 For those who wish to reschedule:

We've added more test dates in September and October and will offer a new registration experience for test events starting in September. Registration will open the last week of July.

Sign up to get an email when registration opens:

💳 For those who wish to receive a refund:

No problem. If you need a refund, please use this form:

We'll continue to assist you as quickly as we can and appreciate your patience.

🔔 We will continue to coordinate with test site administrators and CDC, state government, and local public health guidelines to determine availability up until test day.

If your testing status changes, you will receive an email from ACT with the update and instructions.

Timeline photos 06/18/2020

This past weekend was by no means a normal test experience. We thank students, parents, and test center administrators for working with us to ensure a safe test day for all.

We'd like to share an update on our plans for July testing and Fall 2020 testing.

- July testing will only happen at sites that can safely open and follow CDC & local government guidelines. We've asked test centers to share an open/closed status update with us. Students can expect an update on their test center status by the end of June.

- ACT test registration for fall 2020 and spring 2021 test dates will open at the end of July. We're exploring options to expand our test center network and evaluating opportunities to add additional test dates to provide as many safe options for testing as possible.

- We're working to ensure that students who want to take a full ACT test can. Many use score reports for admissions decisions, scholarship opportunities, placement, and career insights. In order to do this, we've made the hard decision to postpone the rollout of section retesting until later in 2021. Superscoring and online testing options will continue to be offered, as planned, at selected national test centers this fall.

- In late fall/early winter, we plan to offer a remote proctoring solution, allowing students to take the test online, at home or at other safe, convenient locations.

Read more about testing updates:

We understand that some students are not comfortable testing or have to deal with cancellations. If you need a refund, please use this form:

We'll continue to assist you as quickly as we can and appreciate your patience.

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