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"It's better than traditional tutoring because you don't waste time going from one place to another or worry that you left something behind.  You are at home and in front of your own computer with your own book, homework, pencil and paper!"

 

Tutoring Hours

Mon-Thu:
3pm-9pm CST

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It's simple. Anytime you need help with your science class, no matter what topic you're studying, you can connect to a professional online science teacher. Your teacher will help you work through concepts or your homework problems, step by step.  

Here's what you'll need to do to get started:

  1. Check our online calendar to book an appointment that is convenient for you.
     
  2. After setting up your appointment and submitting payment, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a link. 
     
  3. Click on the provided link at your scheduled appointment time and you will be connected (via Gruveo.com) with your science teacher!

Payment of Sessions

Our tutoring rates are based on 30-minute periods of time; each 30-minute period constitutes one session. 

All you will need at your end is access to the internet! We'll take care of the rest. There is no waiting for typing questions/answers back and forth, and no unnecessary emails. The session is live and interactive -- it's just like being there. We teach students how to think, how to learn and, ultimately, how to succeed on their own. Setting your child on a path to success can begin with a single click!

Note: While a webcam/microphone is preferred for best results, we can also communicate through a secure chat or answer short questions via e-mail!

 

 

 

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