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Receive personally tailored Quantitative Reasoning lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can a Quantitative Reasoning tutor help you?
From grade school and high school to college and the workplace, strong quantitative reasoning skills are necessary for success. Even if you plan on pursuing a major or a career that appears to have little to do with overt mathematics, the ability to interpret quantitative data shows up in numerous ways in daily life. Websites and newspapers present information in the forms of graphs, tables, or charts. Working out the numbers and sticking to a personal budget requires strong basic math skills, and if you're to understand the weather report, you need to be able to work with percentages and different temperature scales. Quantitative skills are also tested on numerous standardized tests including, but not limited to, the ACT, the SAT, the GRE, the MCAT, and the GMAT. Beyond standardized evaluation, the math and science classes that help students develop these skills also form large parts of traditional curricula. Quantitative reasoning tutoring, therefore, can help you in school and in many facets of life.
Whether you need help brushing up on your quantitative reasoning skills in preparation for a specific test, in order to understand material being presented in one of your classes, or to prepare for a specific career, a quantitative reasoning tutor can help you work toward achieving your particular goals. They understand the ways in which you are looking to apply your quantitative reasoning knowledge are unique, so your instructor can make your tutoring equally unique by adapting it to meet your particular needs. Just about anyone can learn these skills. It just takes a little more effort for some than others, and the help of a personal instructor who can explain it in the way you understand, rather than relying on generalizations to get through a classroom lesson. Your tutor has time devoted just to help you personally understand the fundamental concepts in question.Show More