Where to go for help when you kids need help in school?
So far my girls are doing fine in school, but as they get older and their school work is more challenging, I will definitely consider hiring a tutor to help them stay on track. But where do you start when looking for someone who you trust, who has a knack for teaching, and who your child will be able to relate to? Where can you find a tutor that you know is qualified, and that you are comfortable having around your child? Varsity Tutors is one reliable resource that can help you find a local tutor that can help your child with specific academic work and test preparation.
Not everyone can be a tutor. Someone may have tested well themselves and received perfect grades, but they struggle with communicating complex topics in a simplified way. Varsity Tutors has a rigorous screening program that includes phone and in-person interviews, review of transcripts and test scores, prior teaching or mentoring experience, and a background check.
Here's how Varsity Tutors works:
Visit VarsityTutors.com and enter your location and contact information.
Varsity Tutors will select the pre-screened tutor that best fits your needs and email you the information and pricing.
The tutor will call you to arrange the sessions at a mutually agreed upon location (your home, at a library, or anywhere else that is convenient).
For any tutoring provided at a client's home where the client is under age 18, they require a parent or legal guardian to be at home during tutoring.
Want more information?
Visit VarsityTutors.com to learn more and fill out the short form to receive information on a tutor that fits your needs. You can also browse through tutors and read testimonials.
Have you hired a tutor for your child? I'd love to hear how you found them!
Disclosure: I received compensation in exchange for introducing my readers to Varsity Tutors.