Twins Improve in Academics and Confidence with One-on-one Tutoring

Twins Improve in Academics and Confidence with One-on-one Tutoring

When students struggle, their confidence tends to suffer. This means they are less likely to participate in class, to ask questions and to say when they don't understand. This means they fall further behind with each passing semester. One-on-one tutoring is the key to building confidence. Without the pressures of the classroom, students receive the individual attention they need, they get to fill in their missing building blocks and a personal tutor can check for understanding at each step. As they catch up and feel less overwhelmed, their confidence grows and their performance improves. Watch this video from twin girls whose academic performance and confidence has been vastly improved thanks to their in-home tutor from Tutor Doctor.

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