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favorite tutor sweepstakes week 7

Favorite Tutor Sweepstakes: Week 7 Winner

A little kindness goes a long way. When a 9th grade Wisconsin Army National Guard student was struggling with Algebra, he was able to log on to for US Military Families, connect with Rebeca M. and get the help he needed from a “super kind and helpful” tutor. Learn more about our latest Favorite Tutor […]

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10 million sessions Delivers 10 Million Sessions

Last Thursday at 12:39 AM reached 10 million one-on-one, tutoring and homework help sessions! Every night, about 6,000 students visit 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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favorite tutor winner week 6

Favorite Tutor Sweepstakes: Week 6 Winner

Most of our tutors will tell you that their favorite thing about tutoring is helping students reach that “ah-ha” moment — the instant when the student finally figures it all out and the concepts are clear. Recently, Amanda had a session with her favorite tutor, Carrie W., to get help with Algebra II homework.  Amanda […]

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Divergent 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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Helping Your Patrons Better Than Ever

An Interview with’s Director of Library Programs, Susan Del Rosario We recently had the opportunity to sit down with Director of Library Programs, Susan Del Rosario, to discuss the past, present and future of for Libraries. How long have you been working at Counting my years as a tutor, I’ve been with […]

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Top 10 Things Colleges Look for in a Student

What are colleges looking for this year as they get ready to accept students into the freshman class of 2014?  According to The Independent Educational Consultant’s Association, a national association of independent college counselors, here are the ten top strengths and experiences that colleges look for. 1.  A high school transcript that shows an academically […]

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