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Private Math Tutor vs Hiring an Online Math Tutoring Service: Which is Better for Your Child?

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  1. Thanks for the information on the benefits of each of these options, such as how private tutors provide one-on-one interactions in person so they can watch your child as they work, helping them figure out where they’re struggling. This would be useful to ensure they can have lessons that are tailored specifically for them to provide the most help. If someone is interested in a private tutor or if they want an online service, it might be a good idea to get recommendations from people you know about the various professionals they’ve used as well as research online to learn about the different options and their qualifications to determine which one would be best for your child.

  2. As you mentioned, one of the advantages with hiring a private tutor is that they work with your child face to face. I have noticed that my high school aged sons math grades are starting to slip. I will have to see if tutoring is something he would be willing to try to help him understand things better.

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