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Private Tutoring in Burlington, NJ

Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best tutors in Burlington, NJ work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

Burlington Tutoring FAQ

If you've been seeking a tutor for students in Burlington, New Jersey, get in touch with Varsity Tutors as soon as possible so we can link you with a tutor for you or your student. A private teacher can help your student at Burlington City High School go over their math homework, working with them side-by-side and breaking down complex equations to make them easier to complete. A private tutor for students in Burlington can help your student at Life Center Academy prepare for the ACT, whether they need to prepare for all sections or only need to brush up on their math skills. However, private tutoring for students in Burlington is appropriate for learners of all ages, regardless of skill level. Whether you're studying at Rowan College at Burlington County or another institution in the area, private instruction allows you to move at a pace you are comfortable with and review your studies to help you keep up with your classes.

How much does Varsity Tutors cost for students in Burlington, NJ?

The rate you will pay for tutoring for students in Burlington depends on factors such as the expertise of your tutor, the subjects you will be learning with them, and the number of sessions you want to sign up for. As an example, if you are signing up for weekly sessions throughout the term, the rate you will pay per lesson might be less than what it is for someone registering for a few LSAT test prep sessions.

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Which tutoring subjects does Varsity Tutors offer for students in Burlington, NJ?

We can connect you with a tutor for students in Burlington regardless of which subjects you are learning. We have access to a large database of tutors who are experts in subjects ranging from 1st-grade reading to high school science to psychology, computer science, and everything else under the sun.

Test prep for history exams, the MCAT, the GMAT, and others is available as well - contact us to be linked with a tutor. If you are preparing for a career change but need to pass some exams to get a license or certification, we can link you with a tutor who can help with that. You can even learn German or train on the piano.

Why choose Varsity Tutors for tutoring in Burlington, NJ?

By selecting Varsity Tutors to be connected with a tutor for students in Burlington, you will be giving yourself the opportunity to learn with an expert in the subject you need help with face-to-face over an award-winning online platform. You will first speak with one of our Educational Directors, who will want to know more about your learning needs and goals so we can match you with the right instructor using our proprietary matching system.

We will also create a lesson plan for you based on your needs, but your instructor has the freedom to adjust it going forward based on your progress.

When you learn with a private tutor for students in Burlington, you can ask as many questions as you want. There's no need to rush through things, as your tutor will be learning with you 1-on-1. Stop to spend time on topics you don't understand or skip topics you already do - you can enjoy full flexibility and focus where it makes sense for you. Your personal instructor can not only review what you learned and clear up misunderstandings but also work on improving your general study skills, which can help you in future studies as well. For example, your private tutor can show you how to organize your notebooks or give you tips for writing clearer notes. To get started, reach out to Varsity Tutors.

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Recent Burlington Tutoring Session Notes

Tutoring review by Julia in Burlington, NJ
The student began by taking the test for Unit 4 in the Social Studies course, scoring 100% correct answers for 22 questions. He understands the conflicts and characters that shaped the United States during the late 1800s. He recalled details about labor unions struggling to bring fair wages and decent work conditions, and that there is "power in numbers." Concepts from this unit include: conservation, national parks, free press, socialism, Progressive movement, immigration, and the growth of cities. Unit 5 consisted of writing a short essay on a topic of choice. He chose to discuss socialism. He wrote bullet notes, composed a thesis statement and wrote a 3-paragraph essay. Unit 6: A New Century began with a lesson about Theodore Roosevelt. He enjoyed learning about this very unique individual. He scored 100% for Lesson 1. Unit 6, Lesson 2: The Spanish American war was a short lesson with a 2-question quiz. He worked independently and earned 100%. Then he completed Lesson 3: Wanting More. The United States continued to grow by adding territories including Alaska and Hawaii. Again, he earned 100% on the Lesson 3 quiz. He likes Social Studies and remembers facts he has learned. He is able to verbally tell about the topics by memory.
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Tutoring review by ManHua in Burlington, NJ
During this session, we worked on understanding rational functions and graphing those functions. We went over the general concepts of the section before reviewing the homework problems. The student was quick to grasp the concepts, but she had a few minor questions while doing the homework problems. The questions were cleared up, and I believe that by the end of the session, she had a much stronger grasp of the material for that section.
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Tutoring review by Vincent in Burlington, NJ
Today, the student had a review over classifying rational functions. For the most part, she had understood the material, but had some questions about how to determine certain features from a graph, such as holes. After I talked her through one of the questions on her review, she applied the knowledge to the rest of it and did well. Afterward, I had her define the horizontal and vertical asymptotes, as well as the holes, zeroes and intercepts of a series of rational functions. She was able to solve them all. Afterward, we went over some questions that she had over acid-base chemistry, and she was able to apply the knowledge to a print-out test that she had received in class.
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Tutoring review by Marcel in Burlington, NJ
We went over unit conversions from cals to juls using unit conversion formulas, did some balancing of chemical equations, and went over the student's homework. He mentioned that not writing significant figures and units on answers is where he was losing the most points. We will continue to address this as we work on the practice problems.
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Tutoring review by Christopher in Burlington, NJ
The students and I practiced more reading passages. At this point, we are reviewing high difficulty level problems, and they are doing quite well. We also worked on Writing, where I feel they still have room to improve.
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Tutoring review by Eric in Burlington, NJ
We covered finding the anti-derivative of a derivative. This involved finding a particular solution of the given derivative or determining the complete anti-derivative (solving of the constant). The student could handle solving using the power rule, but struggled when the form changed to ln(x) of sin/ cos functions. He worked through his homework assignment and at the end he had a better understanding of how to use the known particular forms to solve each type of problem.
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