Client Satisfaction Guarantee
We guarantee your tutor satisfaction because we are committed to securing a superior tutoring experience for St. Louis students and helping to connect them with an exceptional tutor.
The Instruction and Approach Are Tailored to You
Our knowledgeable directors help you choose your tutor with your learning profile and personality in mind.
Your St. Louis tutor puts you first with personalized lessons that are effective and engaging.
How you learn is unique. Your tutor can tailor his or her lessons to you, so you can learn more effectively.
Tutors in St. Louis, MO can meet when and where is ideal for you.
Your director will help you to assess academic progress and maximize your performance.Contact Teresa Hejmanowski, your St. Louis tutoring director
Why Is Private Tutoring More Effective?
Lesson plans are oriented around the individual student's needs
Personalized teaching more effectively motivates students to learn
Ongoing feedback from your tutor helps you meet and exceed goals
You can use the tutoring session notes to pinpoint successes and areas that require attention
Top Tutors Will Help You Succeed
Each tutor has a strong history of delivering top tutoring results for his or her St. Louis students. High-caliber tutoring leaves students fully-equipped to meet their academic and testing goals.
Students have attended:
Amherst, MIT, UT-Austin Med School, Caltech, Emory, Boston College, Northwestern, UChicago, Vanderbilt, UNC, Columbia, UCLA, UPenn, Claremont McKenna College, Wesleyan and many other top programs...
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
1)Debrief Saturday's SAT experience
2)ACT format/scoring review/overview
3)Strategies for ACT English and Reading sections
4)English skills exercises (grammar review)
*Assignment: ~Week of Oct 11 -
1)ACT diagnostic test (pages 9-59), email student with results
2)Flashcards from Vocabulary in Appendix 3 (pages 533-552) ~Week of Oct 18 -
3)Practice Test 1 (pages 269-317), email student with results"
Overall, the student did very well. He seems to be getting the information really fast, and was able to answer several of the questions on his own. It appears that he will be ready for his test."