How Tutor.com Works for Mathematics
When students get stuck doing homework, studying for a test, or preparing for finals,
Tutor.com tutors are available to review assignments, work through practice problems,
or explain complex concepts.
Almost 60% of all Tutor.com sessions are for students seeking a professional math
tutor for help with math topics including:
- Elementary/Middle Grades
- Algebra I and Algebra II
- Calculus and AP Calculus*
Students simply choose the math subject they need help with, enter the problem they
are working on, and click connect. Only Tutor.com guarantees that every session
is one-to-one with a qualified tutor, so students get the focused attention they
Differentiated Instruction that Supports Classroom Instruction
Students get help with a specific problem from a tutor who will work with the student
at their skill level, in a way that fits their learning style. Targeted tutoring
leverages the student’s current problem to reinforce the key concepts taught in
class that align to your state’s math standards.
Homework Completion Improves Student Performance
Tomorrow’s math lesson builds on what was taught in class today. Students who fail
to complete their homework assignments, miss concepts, and come to school the next
day already starting to fall behind. The further behind they get, the more time
and money schools have to spend on costly intervention models.
Tutor.com breaks the cycle of missed problems that lead to missed concepts and low
test scores. Students demonstrate proficiency before moving on to tackle the rest
of their assignment on their own. When every student has reliable access to qualified
tutors who can help, every student can get their homework complete and correct.
24/7 Online Office Hours for Every Math Student
Math teachers can’t keep office hours 24/7, and not every student has someone they
can turn to for help at home. When a classroom teacher can’t be available, Tutor.com
can--whenever and wherever a student needs help.
*AP is registered trademark of the College Board, which was not involved
in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.