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Can Tutoring Services Help You?

Benefits of Tutoring Services

By Jason AnschutzPublished 6 years ago 3 min read

Tutoring can be one of the most beneficial aids in helping you academically succeed. Services are meant to help you improve in any given academic subject. This can range from a number of any given courses. If you are struggling academically and need help enhancing your grade from an F to an A, take the time to have someone help you succeed in your education for your benefit.

The Many Benefits of Tutoring

The many benefits and finding a tutor begin when you notice you’re struggling in a difficult and hard to understand course or subject area. Trying to succeed by yourself, you continue to receive low academic grades. Why would you want to academically struggle and give yourself more and more stress every day to something you cannot see? Getting help and extra assistance should come to mind, and finding a tutor should take top priority. Depending on your location, tutors are typically little or no cost to you. If you are in high school, they should be easier to find. On the other hand, if you’re in college and enrolled in Russian for instance, finding a tutor may be more difficult to find. The course depends on the tutor, if he or she has knowledge in a specific area they can pass to you. They should not make someone feel unintelligent. They are there to strengthen abilities in a given subject. Tutors are meant to be smarter than you in a given subject, to show how they can help you through the difficult times. Working together, both of you can become smarter and more intelligent, leading to success and passing a class. One of the most rewarding experiences is helping and showing others what you know, so you can pass the knowledge to other people in need. Your benefit from this should be learning from them to academically succeed; tutoring services are there for you.

Improve Through Tutoring

I was fortunate to find a tutor for my college level advanced math class; discrete mathematics. The course was a combination of algebra, geometry, and advanced methods and technique. When I knew I was falling behind the first week in my discrete math class, I didn’t waste a second, found a tutor to my benefit, and began tutor sessions for three times a week for an hour. My instructor was Chinese and good at working with numbers, so paying attention to him was important. Sessions were challenging to get through, and at times my head wanted to explode. The numbers, letters, and diagrams drawn at times were impossible to come to conclusion. Step by step, my tutor guided me through the hard times and explained solutions to given problems so I could understand them. As he aided me through the class, my final grade in the course went from an F to a C+; a big academic improvement for myself. Since math was never a favorite subject to me (though I do like to work with numbers), the C+ felt like an A. I did not reach my ultimate goal of acing the class, but the hard work and many efforts paid off receiving my accomplishment. From this memorable and vivid life example, is a tutor beneficial for you?

Finding a tutor can help you improve in any given subject. If one is not available, work with the resources you have to improve your chances of finding the something to your benefit. Group tutor sessions may be the answer or one-on-one sessions may be more comfortable to work with. Regardless of the outcome, tutors are meant to improve academic learning and assist in learning styles. If students are struggling with academic learning, a tutor can make your day and bring a huge smile to your face.


About the Creator

Jason Anschutz

I have eight essays published, and I'm proud of that achievement. They are there for "you". I write about anything that you find intriguing! To find them, search for my name "Jason Anschutz". I take a lot of pride in what I write about.

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