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When eleven-year-old Vincenza started struggling with her homework, her dad, Paul, called in a one-to-one tutor from Tutor Doctor. Math and reading are easier for her now and she feels less stressed and more confident. "And now with Tutor Doctor, she really has changed her whole attitude towards mathematics," says Paul. "Her marks have soared and I think this is setting a foundation for a lifetime of learning and mathematics, so I'm very happy with Tutor Doctor." 

See Vincenza's heart-warming story here:

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