Today, December 13th, 2018, Rola F., a USMLE step 3 student of our tutor Dr. Kyle V. wrote the following wonderful lines to Dirk Wagner:
I hope this email finds you well.
I am really impressed with your professionalism when you email me Dr. Kyle’s contact information.
I really felt comfortable when you give me his contact information before asking me for my credit card.
He got back to me and we will talk tomorrow to discuss my step 3 study further.
Thank you and much appreciated
Rola is now being tutored by Dr. Kyle V. – Doctor of Medicine, Certified ECFMG, Lead author: KISS Biochemistry
TutorZ often gets a lot of question about online tutoring. Today, Alina decided to answer some of them.
Q: How old should be a child to start lessons with a tutor online?
TutorZ’ ambassador Andrey Van Wassenhove discusses leadership qualities in child raising:
Raising a child is very valuable and it varies according to the circumstances and the child’s personality.
Working as a student is never easy. Even if it’s part-time, going to work straight after a long day at school or vice-versa can be really stressful. However, have you ever thought about tutoring as an alternative to all of those traditional student part-time jobs.
Here are some reasons why this job is perfect for college students. Continue reading
If we asked several students to list their struggles, we’d definitely find this one being a priority: time. Every single one of them struggles with time. First and foremost, they have classes to attend. Then they rest, work on their academic assignments, study a bit, and go to bed early. That’s what the perfect, most committed student would do. But we all know that most students also want to watch TV shows, spend time with friends, party, and fit in some exercise along the way.
So how do you manage to do all this? There’s a simple solution: time management. It’s a skill that anyone can develop. When you start working on it, you’ll practically change your life. Continue reading
Red Apple tutor Linda Severs of Grass Valley, CA loved her first client.
Linda has joined tutors in September 2018 and has recently received her first reading tutoring client from TutorZ. In response to this success Linda writes to TutorZ: Continue reading
Today, October 22nd is National Nut day. It is a food holiday that celebrates a healthy and nutritious snack.
And how is this related to education you might ask? Continue reading
Sooner or later, every student studying English as a second language has to learn idiomatic expressions or idioms. They are those phrases that native speakers commonly use that don’t match the words.
Perhaps you heard the expression “it’s raining cats and dogs,” which is a beautiful example of an English idiom. Of course, it doesn’t mean that cats and dogs are literally falling out of the sky; when someone says it, they mean that the there’s a heavy rain. Continue reading
Accomplishing top quality instruction and learning is a request in the present exceptionally moderate world. Each child needs to study and pile on well in examinations so he or she could enroll in a better foundation and perceive his or her targets for future. Since it makes the typical structure of their future dreams and accomplishments, the time students put resources into their extra and essential foundation years is significant.
It is in this way vital that students in this time organize get appropriate intrigue and care toward all their understanding necessities. Continue reading
In today’s world, the conditions of competition, for many parents is to want their child to stand out from the middle peasant by a bright personality as a leader.
With this image they associate many expectations. Continue reading