The Phone Helper service provides students with the opportunity to call our experienced instructors from any location to receive immediate help with their mathematics and business coursework problems. The Phone Helper can be utilized for students to review several problems with their instructor or can be used as a substitute for One-on-One tutoring sessions for those students who do not have access to a computer.
Advantages of Phone Helper Service
- Available mornings, afternoons, and evenings 7 days aweek, maximizing flexibility and timeliness for students
- Immediate on demand help available for students
- Eliminates the need to travel to learning center, maximizing convenience for students
- Tutoring easily accessible to students from any locationas long as they have access to a phone
- Highly experienced and qualified instructors help students in all levels of academic coursework
- Provides tutoring in all levels of mathematics, business coursework, and actuarial science
Math Tutoring When You Need It
Stuck on math homework? Have a question the night before a test? Log on and connect to an expert math tutor. It's that easy.
From pre-algebra to trig, we cover it all:
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With math Homework Help, you decide when to connect. Log on the moment you need help and connect to an expert math tutor instantly.
Our online interactive classroom has all the tools you need to get your math questions answered. Draw distribution curves on the whiteboard or review the slope of a line on shared graph paper. You set the pace and decide when the lesson is over.
Raise Your Math Grade
96% of students say they improved their grades with Princeton Review tutors.* Here are some of the ways our math tutors can help make your hard work pay off:
- Review concepts for an upcoming math test
- Solve homework problems you're stuck on
- Recap concepts learned in class
- Double-check homework answers
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Stop stressing over your math homework. Ask a question, connect with our tutors online, and improve your grade.
*Based on 2016 survey of students of Princeton Review/Tutor.com