Archive | August, 2010

Removing the Cobwebs of Summer Vacation

We are so happy to share this story from Pamela McBride. Pamela and her military family have free access to Tutor.com through our Tutor.com for Military Families program. Please visit our website for more information about how your family can access Tutor.com. In my day, I was pretty much a math whiz and still pride […]

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Tech expert Mario Armstrong recommends Tutor.com on CNN

Tech expert Mario Armstrong has been running a month-long series on CNN about back to school technology.  On Saturday, he gave a great introduction and recommendation for Tutor.com. Mario was especially excited about Tutor.com’s ability to help students with everything from math homework to checking book reports for correct citations. Because the service is 24/7, […]

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Algebraic Expressions and PEMDAS

Order of Operations is Important Whether you’re new to algebraic expressions or working on complicated equations, remembering the order of operations is crucial to getting the correct answer. The order of operations is frequently referred to as PEMDAS. “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally” is the longer version of this mnemonic. Both try to remind […]

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Online tutoring is an investment

The NY Times recently published an article about tutoring as a financial investment in your children. We certainly agree that tutoring is about making an investment in your children, but wanted to bring up some additional ways that online tutoring can save you money and maximize your investment. On-demand, online tutoring helps homework questions from […]

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