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Receive personally tailored Civics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can a Civics tutor help you?

Civics class teaches us about the rights, duties, and privileges of being citizens. It also helps us learn how the government works. If you are struggling to keep up in your civics course, Varsity Tutors can help you find a skilled civics tutor in your area who can help you get through the things that are holding you back.

High school civics tutoring can help with:

  • Key historical periods and themes
  • Structures, branches, and functions of the government
  • Mechanisms and structures of the U.S. legal system
  • Social movements and struggles
  • Understanding and interpreting different points of view

A skilled civics tutor can offer a more detailed and thorough look into each concept because they are not being held back by large class sizes. If you are struggling to understand the American political process or how to organize and write your papers, your tutor can create lesson plans that cater to those subjects and your learning needs. Additionally, every student learns differently and your tutor can use many different methods to teach the same material until you understand it.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Civics Tutoring review by Rimma
The student and I looked up terms and finished four essay questions in preparation for her AP exam. We then briefly went over the normal bell curve and the percentages that fall within each standard deviation.
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Online Civics Tutoring review by Cassie
Because the student is preparing for the psychology test, she asked for help while going over the concepts of behaviorism. She felt that her teacher was unclear in class and wanted clarification on concepts ranging over two chapters. The student and I went over each concept slowly and I explained them in both theoretical ways and then again using examples from either experimental literature (mostly animal studies that I had read) or from the "real world." After I was done explaining the concepts, I asked the student to explain them back to me, to relate them to each other, and to provide her own examples of the concepts.
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Online Civics Tutoring review by Zachary
The student and I had our last meeting today and went over the entirety of his research report together.
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Online Civics Tutoring review by David
The student and I finished revising the first sections of the clinical competency for her doctoral dissertation by outlining the ways in which her clinical practice is pastoral in nature. After that, we talked briefly about which sections could be kept from the original draft, and then we discussed our plan moving forward.
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Online Civics Tutoring review by Anna
The student still hasn't gotten her first exam back. She reports that it was easier to focus during lecture and absorb material after reading first, so we had another reading day. We finished Chapter 3 from (Neuroscience & Behavior) and moved on to Chapter 6 (Learning) since it's up next on the syllabus.
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Online Civics Tutoring review by Courtney
Today the student and I went over the chapters she will be tested on tomorrow. We went through how to best approach the material not only to understand it, but to sift through all of the dense information for main ideas. By using strategies common in the study of psychology (and many subjects in general) such as revisiting the information several times, writing your own test and quiz questions, relating the chapter to previously learned materials, and finding examples in your own life, I think she will have a better grasp of the chapter and be able to perform better on her quizzes. During the session we picked out the chapter focus questions and skimmed the chapter itself to make notes on these questions. Towards the end of the session I also went over a writing assignment that she recently handed in. I gave her some formatting ideas and how she could expand her arguments.
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