Research has shown that nearly 90 percent of what is learned is forgotten within a day of learning it. Frequent self-assessment is a powerful tool to increase retention and better recall. It promotes active, not passive, repetition of information.
Testing engages the mind in a different and more demanding way than straight memorization or being fed answers. Repeating facts right after learning them has no added memory benefit, unless there is effort attached.
In fact, one of the most consistent findings in cognitive psychology is that testing leads to increased retention more than studying alone does.
Testing requires harder work to retrieve a memory, and the greater our increase in retrieval and storage strength, the greater is the learning that happens.
Access to our test banks is on a subscription basis. Choose from these 3 plans:
30 day access – P  25
60 day access –  P 40
90 day access –  P 50


Register now for a FREE 30 day trial subscription period.


Recommended for inquisitive, highly motivated, independent learners for self-assessment and for developing a learning-for-life attitude. Specially recommended for already good students who want to be better; achievement-oriented students competing for scholastic honors; and for students intending to enter top schools like UP, Ateneo, De La Salle, Philippine Science High School, Xavier, Miriam, and other academically prestigious schools with highly competitive admission tests.



Tutoring sessions  are focused on helping students overcome the learning difficulties experienced with lessons taken up in class.
Students select from among several tutoring packages available and make corresponding payments in advance. Requests for tutorial services are initiated by students. All requests are inquiry-based, to enable tutors to respond directly to the academic topic or subject matter specified in the request. Using assigned homework or our online tests keep tutoring confined under the content and performance standards required under the K-12 Curriculum Guides.


Choose tutorial plans from the following:


A. Online Asynchronous Tutorial

  1. Students submit questions or requests homework help.
  2. Scholare assigns tutor.
  3. Tutor responds directly to student within 48 hours via email or messaging, Google chat, Google classroom, viber, or other mutually convenient digital medium.



P 100 –  good for  4 requests
P 200 –  good for  8 requests
P 300 – good for 12 requests plus bonus 2 requests.


Recommended for the “average” student who needs only clarifications, quick explanations, rationale for correct answer, or guide to correct solutions in visual format ( e.g. emails, messages, files, Facebook pages, Google chat).


B. Online Synchronous Tutorial

  1. Student submits questions or requests.
  2. Scholare chooses tutor but option to choose is available to student.
  3. Student and tutor set date and time.
Hourly plans: Student contracts for one, two, or three hours. Rate per hour is set by tutor. Sessions are not necessarily hourly; they could be done in several chunks of minutes.
Recommended for tech-literate students with appropriate digital devices and facilities ( e.g. white board, video chat facility)  who need in-person, one-on-one sessions.


 C. In-Person, Off line Tutorials

Hourly plans: Student contracts for one, two, or three hours. Hourly rates are set by tutors. Time and venue are set by mutual agreement. Minimum in-person session is one hour. Rates are paid in advance, but held by Scholare in trust. Payment is made immediately to tutor when each hour long session is completed, upon receipt of advice from tutor, and verification by student.
Recommended for those needing intensive, in-person, in-place one-on-one sessions.