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Tell us what your student's needs are and how he or she likes to learn. We match each student with a tutor who fits both the student's personality and the material they're working on. If students don't click with their tutor, just let us know and we'll find a better match. 

How do I choose a tutor?

The best way to sign up for tutoring is to give us a call or send us an email. Let us know what you would like to work on, if there are any learning or attentional issues we should be aware of, and what times and days work best for you. Then, our director will help design a tutoring program that best matches your needs.

How do I sign up for tutoring?

We are here to help students in any way we can. With our vast database of academic resources and tutors, we have helped students in subjects as diverse as Real Estate Management,
Pre-K Learning Skills, and Computer Programing. However, we primarily help high school, middle school, and college students with academic tutoring, standardized test prep, remedial support, online education support, and ADD/ADHD coaching. 

What can I get help with?
How much does tutoring cost? 

Please download the General Tutoring and/or Test Prep Tutoring Contracts for all pricing information. If you have any questions, just give us a call. 

The majority of our sessions are held at our office, which is located just off Highway 394 at 8401 Wayzata Blvd, Suite 201, Minneapolis, MN. Our office is designed to provide a quiet and productive atmosphere so that students get the most out of their tutoring experience. On occasion, we do meet with students on-site at their schools. Several of our tutors have taken the Virtus Training Program and are approved to tutor within Catholic schools such as Benilde-St. Margaret's or Providence Academy.  

Where do I meet with my tutor?

Absolutely! In fact, we prefer that students meet with the same tutor for all their sessions. A key aspect of tutoring is the relationship between the student and the tutor. This can only grow over time. However, parents and students are always able to change tutors if their original tutor is not a good fit. 

Can students work with the same tutor again?
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