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Ryan is truly the best tutor. He is so patient and can explain concepts in many different ways. I would recommend him to anyone.
Abbey is super easy to work with and extremely helpful! If it weren't for Abbey's help I wouldn't have done as well as I did in Spanish by the end of the semester. After spending a couple of weeks working with Abbey, I went up two letter grades in Spanish and she really takes the time to make sure you know the ins and outs. I would definitely recommend working with Abbey to anybody in need of some help!
Art is the best tutor I have had, I have confidence in Math again, I was failing PreCalc and I had a B+ at the end of my online course
Laura was really great with explaining things in an easier way. This allowed me to see things in a different manner. She was really good at explaining things in a visual because I am a very visual learner. She is really easy to schedule with and talk to! She has helped me improve so much over the course of the semester!
Austin took a years worth of difficult to conceptualize Calc II and condensed it down into something that made sense-all in two hour long sessions! I was very pleased with his efficiency-- he did a great job of making sure I understand the work and was ready to keep moving forward before advancing to the next subject. He is supportive, patient, personable, and extremely knowledgeable on the subject: I would recommend him to anyone!
Ryan is the best tutor I’ve ever had! I have been tutoring with him for over a year in multiple courses including physics and multiple math courses. He did an excellent job tutoring me according to my learning style & is very easy to communicate with in person and online. He also did an excellent job transitioning to online tutoring for social distancing.
Chayenne has been a fantastic resource for my 9th grade daughter -- they started working together during the fourth quarter of 8th grade, and during that quarter, some summer support and her first semester of 9th grade, she has gained both confidence and a much better understanding of the subject material, and pulled a struggling high C or low B to an A in her advanced math classes. Chayenne is patient and encouraging and made challenging topics much more accessible for my daughter -- I recommend her highly!
Paul is straight to the point with each problem & task, regardless of difficulty or your experience, he will make sure you get it. In the several decades worth of struggles i've had with math (i'm an older student), i've never had someone as helpful as him. He doesn't waste time with ambiguous analogies or force you to guess for 5-10 minutes at a time what is going on with misleading questions, he is very blunt and straight to the point with what each problem is "doing" in the real world or with physical analogies. This is the first person i've interacted with in my life who has adequately and unambiguously explained to me what algebra actually "does" beyond letters and numbers, as is unfortunately taken for granted by most college and high school instructors.