Favorite Tutor Sweepstakes: Week 3 Winner

Who said tutoring couldn’t be fun? As student Laura M. explains, her favorite tutor, Samantha, helps her write “perfect papers while being really fun about it!” That’s the type of feedback that puts a smile on our face. Not to mention, Laura also noted that on every paper they’ve worked on together she’s earned an A or higher! Read more about Laura’s experience with Tutor.com for Military Families and to hear the best study tip Samantha knows.

And don’t forget to share who your favorite tutor is for the chance to win next week!

Laura M. (Buckley Air Force Base)

How did you hear about Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families?

I heard about Tutor.com from a booth at an Air Force family day.

What classes do you use the service for for?

I use Tutor.com mainly for English and Algebra.

What would you tell other students about Tutor.com?

Tutor.com is a great recourse if you’re having problems with homework/grades or if you just don’t understand a subject. Thank you so much for giving Tutor.com to children with parents in the military. It’s helped me a lot with grades and completing my homework.


Samantha P.

What is your favorite subject to tutor?

My favorite subject to tutor would actually be Elementary Math. I struggled a lot with math when I was in school, so it affects me even more when I am able to help a student reach that “Ah-ha” moment.

What was your favorite subject in school?

 My favorite subject when I was in school was English/Writing. I excelled in English, and I continue to love writing today.

What is your favorite study/homework tip?

My favorite study/homework tip would have to be, “Never give up.” Even when it seems that you may never figure out how to answer a question, just remember that there is always a way to come to a sound conclusion.

What is your favorite thing about tutoring

My favorite thing about tutoring is just simply being able to help others reach their full potential in whatever subject I happen to be tutoring at that time. It is so amazing when you are working with a student who is completely confused, and then all of a sudden it just clicks.

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