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Q: What is a tutor?

A: A tutor is a person who gives individual or small group instruction. The purpose of tutor is to provide direct explicit instruction to students by assisting or guiding them in academic areas that may need improvement. A tutor can provide that extra push to help achieve academic success.

Q: What is a tutor?

A: A tutor is a person who gives individual or small group instruction. The purpose of tutor is to provide direct explicit instruction to students by assisting or guiding them in academic areas that may need improvement. A tutor can provide that extra push to help achieve academic success.

Q: Where does tutoring take place?

A: Our services are based in South Florida and are conducted online to students around the world. We also offer in-home services in the South Florida area..

Q: Are sessions one-on-one or in a group?

A: We mainly provide one-on-one tutoring services. Homeschooling support is conducted in small groups. We also offer custom options to suit anything from siblings to small-to-medium learning pods.

Q: What is a tutor?

A: A tutor is a person who gives individual or small group instruction. The purpose of tutor is to provide direct explicit instruction to students by assisting or guiding them in academic areas that may need improvement. A tutor can provide that extra push to help achieve academic success.

Q: In which subjects can I get a tutor?

A: We specialize in remedial reading and math tutoring. We offer services for students having difficulties with reading, writing, spelling, or math.

Q: How often should I meet with my tutor?

A: The amount of days that students require tutoring varies based upon their learning plan. We have students who see their tutors as little as one time per week to as many as five times per week.