How often should my child receive tutoring?
There are no set rules and children’s individual needs vary. Your free initial consultation will determine just how many sessions your child should receive.
How long are the tutoring sessions?
Tutoring sessions are typically 60 minutes length, but can be as long as you want.
What are your rates for tutoring?
Our tutoring rates are very competitive. They do vary depending upon the subject and grade level. Call 215-657-1981 or e-mail us ( firstname.lastname@example.org) with your child’s grade level and subject area and we can provide you with a rate.
Are there any long-term commitment requirements?
No. There are no long-term requirements. You have the flexibility to register for as many or as few sessions as you need. We do require that you sign a registration form that acknowledges our tutoring and cancellation policies and permits us to contact the classroom teacher.
How I can be sure my child’s tutor is screened and qualified?
Our tutors are state certified, degreed, professional educators. Every Team Tutor educator goes through a rigorous screening process, which includes multiple background checks. Our private tutors are experts in their field and are skilled at creating an environment that encourages students to achieve academic success.
Can the tutoring take place somewhere other than my home?
Absolutely. We can meet at a local library, community center, or any other public venue. We provide tutoring services throughout the Philadelphia area, including Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County & Montgomery County.
I have multiple children who need tutoring, do you offer discounts?
Yes. Call our office for details.
What times are your tutors available?
Team Tutor has tutors available every day of the week for morning, afternoon or evening sessions. We try to be as flexible as possible, as we know how hectic life can be.
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