Are you a student, or do you know a student who needs a little extra help with homework this year? School is in full swing and Community District Library has you covered with a new virtual tutoring service through tutor.com. With a library card, students can instantly access one-to-one live virtual tutoring in any subject area, receive homework help, writing support, test preparation, and it’s free! Every age is covered, kindergarten through 12th grade students, plus early college students and adult learners. Any library patron can connect instantly with a highly qualified, expert tutor in a safe and secure online classroom. Need assistance working through a new math topic or help working through a math problem? Do you have an important paper due and need support with constructive feedback for your writing? Community District Library patrons have free access to virtual tutors every day from 12pm to 12am with their library card. Simply enter tutor.com/mmlc.
Tutor.com’s online, on-demand academic help for K-12 through college students and adult learners Includes:
Academic tutoring: Students of all ages can get help with homework, test preparation, skills and concepts from class, AP test preparation. Subjects include math, science, writing, English, Spanish, social studies, ACT/SAT, practice tests for the GED, HiSET and ASVAB exams as well as for the following graduate school exams: GRE®, GMAT®, LSAT®, and MCAT®. Microsoft® Office tutoring is also available to Tutor.com users.
Writing help: com’s expert writing tutors do more than offer feedback on students’ grammar and mechanics; they help students become better writers. They achieve this by focusing on higher-order concerns and offering students comprehensive, constructive feedback. Students can submit their essays, book reports, and even their college or scholarship application essays for (1) live, on-demand writing help in an interactive, online classroom, or (2) for review through Tutor.com’s Drop-Off Writing Review service. The latter option allows tutors to work asynchronously to provide thorough feedback to students with 12-hour turnaround.
ACT and SAT essentials from The Princeton Review: Students preparing for college entrance exams can take practice ACT and SAT tests, receive a full score report that includes suggested areas for review, view video lessons on tested concepts, and use The Princeton Review’s practice drills to help reach their target scores.
Graduate school entrance exam practice: Adults preparing to apply to graduate or professional degree programs can use The Princeton Review’s practice tests for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT exams to focus their study time on areas in need of improvement.
Practice quizzes: Students preparing for an end-of-chapter test, final exam, or standardized test can use Tutor.com’s Practice Quizzes to assess their knowledge on over 100 areas in math, science, and social studies. Practice quizzes are also available for the ASVAB military entrance exam.
Videos lessons: Students can access video lessons 24/7 for AP courses as well as subject-area lessons for math and English to review or learn new concepts.