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Why Answers Tutoring? We get RESULTS. What kind of results? Here are a few typical examples: 1. All full-semester students earn A's and B's in classes we tutor them in 2. Minimum improvement of 3 points on the ACT & 150 points on the SAT 3. Average improvement of 5 points on the ACT & 250 points on the SAT 4. 95% of our students earn a 26-33 on the ACT & 1200-1500 on the SAT 5. Recovering students' grades from an F to a B We offer the best in-person and online tutoring (Skype) for all levels of math and science courses, as well as ACT and SAT test preparation. We help students understand content, homework, and prepare them for exams. Our mission is to deliver results for students that outperform the competition. Full list of subjects we tutor: 1. SAT Exam 2. ACT Exam 3. Algebra (all levels) 4. Geometry 5. Trigonometry 6. Calculus (all levels) 7. English (Grammar, Punctuation, Reading, Writing, and more) 8. Physics 9. Chemistry 10. Biology 11. Biochemistry 12. GRE 13. MCAT 14. PCAT 15. Statistics & Probability Learning is part of every aspect of our lives - from planning a budget to proper nutrition to hobbies to our businesses & jobs - and effective teaching allows students to learn more with less effort. Our goal is to go beyond helping our students succeed in their academics and testing. Answers Tutoring aims to instill learning and studying techniques that will facilitate learning for life.
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Our tutors have the following degrees: Mathematics (B.S.) English (B.A.) Physics (B.S.) Biochemistry (B.S) Psychology (B.S.)
- What types of customers have you worked with?We primarily work with students in middle school, high school, college, and those planning to enter graduate school.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Tutors should be able to provide grade and/or testing results from their students as well as themselves. For standardized exams, tutors should primarily use official test prep materials, not materials created by test prep companies.