Sunday, April 13, 2014

The Benefits of Summer Tutoring

Many K-12 students work with tutors throughout the school year. Summer tutoring, on the other hand, is less common. I am about to explain how hiring a summer tutor can make a big difference for a lot of students.

Today, it is not uncommon for students to be enrolled in summer school. Students enroll in summer school either to retake failed courses, or to simply get ahead. Unlike regular school, summer school goes at a very fast pace. Typically, summer school classes last about a month and cover the equivalent of four months of regular school material. Students do not have as much time to master the material as they do during the school year. This is particularly stressful for students who were already struggling with the course during the school year. A summer tutor can help the student master the material quicker and improve her chances of succeeding during summer school.

Students that do not attend summer school may also want to take advantage of the summertime to either fill gaps from the prior semester or to get ahead. Students typically have far more free time during the summer that they can use as a stress-free learning opportunity. A private can help the student achieve this goal.

There are summer tutors who work with students from all grade levels and all ages. Summer tutoring programs are also available for home-schooled students. Parents can often purchase or lease textbooks for the upcoming school year and provide them to a tutor so that the tutor can better prepare the student for the upcoming school year.

Anton Lebedev is the director of Plus Plus Tutoring. Plus Plus Tutoring offers one-on-one private summer tutoring services. Plus Plus Tutoring offers personal K-12 subject tutoring, and test prep services. Plus Plus Tutoring serves the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. Plus Plus Tutoring also serves the Washington, DC area.
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