FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Below are some of the most common questions that parents ask. If you do not see an answer to your question please reach out via email.
What makes Tutor Tutor different?
Tutor Tutor is an experienced company comprised of dynamic individuals whose goal is to bring back the joy of learning. Tutor Tutor has developed programs that are directly linked to both a student’s school curriculum and his or her individual learning style. The student, the parent, the tutor, and the teacher are all important parties in the Tutor Tutor learning system.
Who are your tutors?
You will love our highly qualified and professional tutors; they are friendly, patient, and personable. Accredited in various fields of study, our tutors have the knowledge and training to improve the quality of every student’s educational experience.
How is my child assessed?
At the first tutoring session, we give each student a learning style assessment. This assessment tells the tutor how the student learns best so that he or she can customize their teaching style to meet the needs of that one particular student. This is very helpful because it enables the tutor to jump right in and teach the student in a way that makes sense right from the start.
How much does tutoring cost?
Our plans cost as little as a couple hundred dollars per month. We have different packages with different amounts of sessions. The more sessions you purchase the less the price is per session.
Do you have any guarantees?
We strive to make the best student-tutor match possible. We believe you will see progress after your first session. If at any time you are not completely satisfied with your tutor we will send a new tutor at no cost to you. If after the first session you are not completely satisfied we will send a refund with no questions asked.
Where are your offices located?
You can relax knowing that we send our tutors to you. We make sure that all tutoring occurs in a safe, professional, and friendly environment. We are flexible and can accommodate a multitude of needs, including learning disabilities, scheduling conflicts, and monetary issues.