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Test Your Presidential Smarts

Do you know which US President hated his vegetables? Or how about which one of them was the shortest? I thought it’d be fun to celebrate President’s Day with a presidential quiz. Now I know it’s hard to remember those US History lessons from school so rather then the hard facts, here are 9 questions that […]

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Tutor of the Month: Clarissa D.

With plans to teach high school, obtain her master’s degree and become a certified reading specialist, Clarissa D. has a lot going on. And that drive to reach all her goals makes for an excellent tutor. As an English and Essay Writing tutor she is able to manage her time between being a part time […]

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Kristin H.

Tutor of the Month: Kristen H.

You never truly know what impact your work will have on someone else. We love the thought of a Biology tutoring session inspiring a student to one day pursue med-school. Or that some Physics homework help could eventually lead to a student orbiting the Earth from space. Tutor.com tutor, Kristen H, knows this hopeful feeling […]

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10 million sessions

Tutor.com Delivers 10 Million Sessions

Last Thursday at 12:39 AM Tutor.com reached 10 million one-on-one, tutoring and homework help sessions! Every night, about 6,000 students visit Tutor.com to get help in one of the more than 40 subjects offered from algebra and basic grammar to AP Physics and AP Literature across middle, high school and college level courses. A recent […]

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Divergent

Tutor.com Reads: Divergent

Sometimes you just have to see what all the fuss is about. After an unsuccessful attempt to step away from our post-apocalyptic genre choices, we were sucked back in for our September pick with the massive YA hit Divergent by Veronica Roth. Divergent takes place sometime in the future in what seems to be the […]

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