Category Archives: Newsletter
The summer time is greeting you! While some students are still swamped with finals others already head to the beaches, hiking trails or airports. Yes, the summer time is there for adventure, fun and relaxation. But it is also a … Continue reading →
It is Super Tuesday at TutorZ too. Not just the presidential primary candidates are offering their services and providing goodies for free, no, we at TutorZ can do that too. Today, any referral is completely free. This means students can … Continue reading →
The summer time is upon us. You might having a great time in awe-inspiring scenery of Mammoth Lakes, California or soaking up the sun on Huntington Beach. Read Maya’s excellent article on this topic.
Perhaps you’re enjoying your midwinter recess at the slopes of your favorite ski resort this February 2015. If you’re not so lucky then you’re might busy with home work, test preparation or the upcoming finals. In some schools the spring … Continue reading →
Once again Thanksgiving is upon us. A time for relatives and friends to gather together and enjoy a huge turkey and or Ham dinner with all the trimmings and express their love and thankfulness for the bounty that lies in … Continue reading →
Halloween is there. Quick turn off the porch light, draw the shades and turn down the TV. The children are coming! Pretty soon they will be banging on the front door with outstretched hands holding large bags for us to … Continue reading →
TutorZ has recently received three distinguished awards. First, the Small Business Institute (SBIEC) recognized TutorZ LLC for Excellence in Commerce and awarded the company with the 2013 California Excellence Award. Second, in September 2013 homeschooling.com awarded TutorZ the Top Homeschooling … Continue reading →
Another school year has begun. If you are a student, you may be grumbling. If you are a parent, you may be celebrating. Hours and hours of freedom!
Taking a full course in the summer is tedious work. But you did take an algebra community college course? Congratulations! If not then you probably facing the prospect of taking algebra this fall season. In any case the articles, video … Continue reading →