Tutoring

Whether struggling to keep up or striving to get ahead, each and every student can benefit from tutoring. With the guidance and support of our college tutors, students are assured the individual attention and instruction they need to reach their academic goals.

You’re eager to learn, and we’re eager to help.

Approach

Every student’s academic journey is unique. That’s why at Galin Education our college tutors create customized tutoring plans to raise grades and boost academic performance. Our tutors can help students prepare for upcoming exams or support them through a year-long course. We supplement what students learn in the classroom with additional materials to address weaknesses and amplify strengths.

Individualized Tutoring

We work one-on-one with students to create a plan to help them with their coursework. Regular meetings throughout the semester or year (typically once or twice a week) help students better understand classroom materials, manage their anxiety around the subject, and achieve higher grades on exams.

 

Subjects we cover:

  • Math (pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus)
  • Science (biology, chemistry, physics, earth / environmental science)
  • Foreign Language (Spanish, French)
  • Social Studies (US history, world history, economics, psychology)
  • English (writing skills, grammar)

Our Tutors

Our college tutors are the strength of our program. We hire only the most qualified content experts and support their teaching with top-notch curricular materials and ongoing trainings. Our tutors’ dedication and enthusiasm are infectious. They love geeking out about their favorite subjects almost as much as they enjoy sharing their passions with students. Find out more about our content experts by visiting our team page.

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