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  • 4 years in business
  • 140 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Rob N.
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Kathy is an exceptional tutor and helped my daughter “virtually” & amply prepare for the ACT. On her first try on the ACT, she scored significantly higher than her SAT equivalent! Kathy blends helpful test taking tips per section with practical exam practice. She was trustworthy, and developed a great bond with our daughter. I recommend Kathy as an excellent tutor.

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LingualMuse
5.0
from 47 reviews
  • 2 years in business
  • 90 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Peter C.
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If you're really into learning a new language, take that extra step and hire a tutor. I did and it's made a huge difference. Working with LingualMuse has been a great experience and I can't recommend them highly enough. I began studying French back in January and after crossing the beginner hurdles I decided to hire a tutor to help my progression towards conversational fluency. I can't speak more highly of LingualMuse. They took my level of fluency into account, assessed my strengths and weaknesses, and worked with me to help me improve consistently. At the end of my first ten weeks I had already noticed a big change. The quality of an instructor goes well past skill with the language though: Part of language learning is staying engaged and LingualMuse made this easy by providing a wide range of exercises to test my progress in my new language.

Quantum Prep, LLC
4.9
from 12 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 32 hires on Thumbtack
Elan R.
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I recently ran across a review about Quantum Prep and felt like I just had to share my tutoring story as well. I graduated from Lexington High School in Lexington Massachusetts. Lexington High School is a huge school. When I say huge, I mean I graduated with five hundred and eleven classmates. I was always proud to go to Lexington High, we were rated number 19 in 2014 by Newsweek in their “America’s Top Public Schools.” Luckily my class sizes were always small and it was not too hard to get help from the teacher. The first semester of my junior year I was taking five classes. I was looking into pre-med, so I took a lot of hard science classes that gave me at least two hours of homework a night. I also worked on the weekends, swam competitively, played in the jazz band and was active in my religious youth group. That year I was taking AP Chemistry as a challenge and knew I was going to have a tough time with it. My teacher, Mrs. Compton, was great! She explained everything really well and broke it down for the class. I just really couldn’t get everything in my notebook and in my head with enough time to move on to the next topic, so I’d lose information here and there, making it really hard to answer test questions. I got the first F in my entire academic career on the first quiz. I’m one of those people who expect a lot from themselves, and I expected A’s. I felt really bad about myself for the first two quizzes because I wasn’t coming even close to what I knew I could do. In addition, because I was spending so much time working on AP Chemistry, my other classes were suffering. And as a prospective pre-med student, I was afraid that because I challenged myself I wasn’t going to get into the colleges I wanted. That's when I called Quantum Prep for help. As soon as I had the first tutoring session I felt a little more reassured. We went over my quizzes and homework assignments and my tutor quickly picked up what I was missing and how to keep me focused. I felt much more confident walking into class every day. My tutor figured out how I best learn and we started laughing and making jokes as we did “stereochemistry”. Yes, he figured out within one session that I learn better with music playing in the background and even knew why! The real difference was that he didn’t just teach me material, he taught me how to learn for myself. It was a game-changer in how I approached school and learning in general. So while he was teaching me one class, I was using the learning techniques he taught me to improve my grades in all of my classes. He even patiently sat through temper tantrums and low points. So what happened after I called Quantum Prep? The next quiz I took, I got thirty points higher than the last. The first exam; I got a B+. I went on to graduate in a science heavy degree, and got into my first choice for college and graduated with a degree in Neuropsychology. I highly suggest using Quantum Prep for any kind of tutoring. I had such a wonderful experience and have used the lessons I learned from him in so many different aspects of my life, from studying at the university to job experiences. Thank you Quantum Prep!

  • 23 years in business
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Dan S.
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Club Z has been nothing but amazing to me. The whole experience, from the enrollment to the actual tutoring, has been nothing short of fantastic. The company is very professional, friendly, and accommodative, and you immediately get a sense that the tutors really want to see you succeed. With the actual tutoring I've achieved fabulous results, raising my test scores a substantial amount. Tutors are very friendly, making tutoring and communicating easy and stress free. I highly recommend Club Z to anyone in search of any kind of tutor. I have no doubt that club Z will match you up with the perfect tutor for your needs.

  • 6 hires on Thumbtack
Jim F.
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Ihab brings a high level of energy and enthusiasm to his work and my daughter really responded well to that.

Darien Lauten
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
EJ H.
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Darien was very flexible with scheduling and easy to work with. Her experience has made the task of learning new concepts easily understandable. I can't thank her enough for the help and compassion for understanding that she has provided. I will absolutely look to her in the future in anymore needs arise. Thanks again.

  • 18 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack
Paula G.
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My daughter was matched quickly with a terrific totor and her confidence is way up in time for school!!

Joanne's Tutoring K-6
5.0
from 1 review
    Susan M.
    Verified review

    She really helped my daughter. Very understanding.

    About

    We adopt a systematic and in-depth approach to teaching and learning which is geared towards enabling high school students to succeed and excel. We have an experienced teacher, who is also a practicing engineer besides being a very successful teacher, has the specialty of making complicated topics easy and fun to learn.

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    I am an independent tutor. I, basically, work for myself. I spent many years tutoring for a company that cared more about the numbers of students that walked through the door, than helping the students achieve their goals,

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    Math can be fun. I am a certified math teacher, and have run a landscaping business for the last 11 years. I also do welding, inventing, experimentation in alternative energy, and more. I have run for public office, most recently as a candidate for state senate in NH district 14.

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    For an hour a week, I am willing to tutor your child in mathematics. I am currently finishing my bachelor's in Mathematics, so any level math I can help with.

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    I am a licensed, energetic, knowledgeable teacher who is looking for opportunities to help students of all ages!

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    • 16 years in business
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    If you want to be more successful in your math courses, all you may need is a few hours of individual attention on the subject. I have clients who have feared failure and have raised their grades.

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    I am a student looking for tutoring opportunities during the summer of 2015. I have experience working as an English service learning teacher and offer English and Spanish lessons.

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    I am not a certified tutor. However, I am fluent in English, Spanish, Italian, French, and Russian. I also read and write Arabic.

    About

    We teach students ranging from 3 years old to 70 years old (native or nonnative) Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese) languages and culture (cooking, calligraphy, tai chi, yoga, Chinese Zumba, Chinese customs/history and business etiquette and etc.). We also do Chinese theme parties and workshops/seminars in corporate setting.

    • 6 hires on Thumbtack
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    My work stands out because my teaching experience speaks for itself. I have excellent teaching and tutoring references.

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    I am a Master level College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) certified tutor

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