Tutors are more popular now than ever before. The methods used to teach our children are far different than how we learned several years ago.
Attempting to teach a child at home today can be a real challenge when our lingo and approach seems to be a foreign language to them. However, a qualified tutor can both explain a subject in current terms, and provide the teaching patience that many families are looking for.
But how do parents go about finding the best tutor for their child? A number of tutor services exist today that match qualified personal tutors, trained in one or several subjects, with the student in need. However, these services and respective tutors can vary greatly in price and the subjects they teach.
Before you hire a tutor for your child, you should consider the following:
Focus. Which age groups and learning subjects does the company provide tutoring for?
Location. Will the tutoring occur at your home, at a separate location, or online?
Cost. What is the cost of the tutoring service?
TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Tutor Services available today. We hope these reviews help you find the right tutor for your child's needs!
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WyzAnt is the expert in education and training. Their easy-to-use database of qualified tutors is both free and expansive. Qualified tutors are available across the nation to teach just about any subject to students of all ages. When looking for a tutor, your search should start with WyzAnt. Read More...
Care is a provider of babysitters, elder care providers and more. They have a large database of tutors accessible with monthly membership. The average hourly price for a tutor is dependant on each individual but tends to run below the average. While education is not their specialty, Care offers affordable tutoring options worth looking into. Read More...
Mathnasium offers onsite learning centers for those struggling with match. We appreciated that Mathnasium measures students success by how well they improve in school. For those challenged in other subjects, they will need to look elsewhere for a tutor. Read More...
Despite some confusing lingo, School Tutoring Academy only offers tutoring via online. For those unable to find a tutor in their local area, this might be an only option but we were concerned with the effectiveness for many children trying to learn via a web cam. Read More...
Sylvan misses the mark with undisclosed pricing and expensive evaluation fees. We found numerous complaints of Sylvan's customers that had paid thousands of dollars in tutoring fees and were unhappy as a result. For more affordable, and convenient tutoring options we recommend you choose a higher ranked company. Read More...
Tutors In The News
Tutors International explains why private tuition for SEN is better than a specialist school Adam Caller, founder of leading private tuition provider Tutors International and independent education consultant, has published advice for parents of children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) who are weighing up specialist schools versus home tuition. (PRWeb November 17, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12313226.htm Publ.Date : Mon, 17 Nov 2014 02:13:16 -0800
Literacy Volunteers joins tutor program Each fall, Wisconsin Literacy and its member agencies, including Literacy Volunteers Chippewa Valley, have a special 1200 Tutors in 12 Weeks campaign to recruit and train tutors. Publ.Date : Wed, 26 Nov 2014 12:19:14 -0800
'You pay $300 to pass the course' Tutors and students tell of widespread practice of international students paying for university essays as they struggle with language barriers. Publ.Date : Tue, 11 Nov 2014 17:08:32 -0800
Taxman checks on tutors, claws back $2.3 million SINGAPORE - The taxman has clawed back more than $2.3 million in unpaid taxes and penalties from private tutors and tuition centre proprietors who under-declared their income. An ongoing audit of players in the billion-dollar tuition industry has found under-declaring income to be a "common problem." The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (Iras) has audited more than 120 tuition centre owners ... Publ.Date : Mon, 10 Nov 2014 20:26:10 -0800
Tutors International search for private tutor for Los Angeles family Tutors International, global provider of full-time private tutoring, announced that it is inviting applications for a private tutor to deliver after-school and weekend tuition to five boys in Los Angeles, USA. (PRWeb November 10, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12313112.htm Publ.Date : Mon, 10 Nov 2014 02:14:00 -0800
Odd Fellows honor tutors, volunteers Seventy volunteer tutors were honored Tuesday during the fifth-annual Odd Fellows Community Awards event, alongside two members of the community for their focus on community service in Loveland. Publ.Date : Wed, 19 Nov 2014 20:52:33 -0800
3 Technological Advances Your Business Needs to Incorporate Great businesses evolve strategically, rather than by happenstance. As companies look to strengthen their business models, they often consider factors such as customer satisfaction, operational capabilities, and technological advances. When you are considering adopting new technologies, it is crucial to identify investments that align with your core strategy, rather than [...] Publ.Date : Wed, 26 Nov 2014 08:35:40 -0800