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All St. Louis tutors possess the highest qualifications. In addition to completing a rigorous interview process, tutors in St. Louis, MO must pass a background check and have academic credentials verified. An expert director will help you find the best tutor from this elite group; we stand behind these matches and even offer a money-back guarantee.

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

How much will it cost to meet with a private tutor in St. Paul?

The cost of sessions with a St. Paul tutor vary based on many factors. Varsity Tutors will connect you with a certified private teacher in St. Paul who has proven knowledge in their subject.

We'll find you or your student a tutor in any of more than 3,000 subjects, from elementary science to graduate-level physics. The price you'll pay will be affected by the level of the subject, the frequency of your meetings, and your location. For example, regularly scheduled sessions with a graduate macroeconomics tutor for your courses at a college like St. Thomas may cost more than periodic review sessions for your middle schooler before exams. Tutoring is often less expensive than you might think. In addition to 1-on-1 private tutoring, many instructors offer group sessions as well.

Enlisting the help of a tutor along with a group of your classmates is a great way to split the cost while still receiving valuable additional support from an expert. We also offer live online courses that are a cost-effective enhancement to every student's tutoring plan. Working with a private tutor, engaging in group sessions, or enrolling in an online course are three great ways to get the attention you need from an instructor, and research indicates that tutoring is worth the cost. If you'd like a more detailed quote on the plan that suits you best, get in touch with our Educational Directors by phone or online. We're happy to discuss your needs and help you create a plan for your unique situation.

What's the easiest way to find a private tutor in St. Paul?

Many people begin the process of finding a tutor on their own. Why not let Varsity Tutors do the legwork for you?

If you're lucky enough to find a tutor, you'll need to do the research involved in verifying their qualifications, checking their references, navigating around their schedule, and more. If you're juggling family obligations and your own workload, seeking out a tutor can add too much to an already full plate. There are over 40,000 tutors in our network, virtually ensuring we'll find you a great match. Each tutor has been evaluated thoroughly for both their subject knowledge and teaching skills. When you reach out to us, our Educational Directors will discuss your needs, preferred learning style, goals, and your current academic situation. This information helps them to locate a qualified St. Paul tutor who can help you become more proficient in your subject of choice. We also make it easy to schedule sessions.

Tutoring sessions can be attended without ever having to leave your home, thanks to our Live Learning Platform. We also feature the Learning Lab, an easy-to-use method that parents can use to track their child's progress. You can get a better idea of your child's individual strengths and areas of opportunity, and this information can also help to guide a tutor as your child moves forward. Whether you're seeking assistance refining your doctoral thesis at the University of Minnesota or help with learning phonics for your kindergartner at St. Paul Academy, you can feel sure that you're working with the best instructors around when you turn to Varsity Tutors.

What kinds of tutoring are offered in St. Paul?

One-on-one tutoring situations are generally the first thing that most people think of when they consider tutoring. While private tutoring offers students more opportunities for individualized assistance and lesson plan personalization, there are many tutors who offer additional options.

If you'd prefer to study with a small group of your fellow students in favor of 1-on-1 sessions, we will find you an instructor who's great with groups. Small-group tutoring sessions provide you with more interactive, collaborative lessons, and they're a great alternative (or addition) to 1-on-1 tutoring. Enlisting the assistance of a private teacher can be a great addition to any homeschooling program as well, giving parent-teachers additional help with lesson planning and supplemental instruction for complex topics.

The instruction provided by an expert educator is a wonderful way to complement your own lessons, whether your kids are attending traditional schooling part-time or are fully homeschooled. If you're looking for a test prep tutor, Varsity Tutors will find you an expert. Whether you're preparing for college admissions exams like the ACT or SAT, graduate school assessments like the GRE or MCAT, or professional certification exams, we'll find you an instructor who's got the ability to teach the material knowledge covered within the test along with improving your test-taking skills.

How does Varsity Tutors select tutors in St. Paul?

When you contact Varsity Tutors to aid you on your quest for a tutor in St. Paul, you're putting you or your children's education in the hands of experts. We'll find you a qualified, experienced tutor who can provide the necessary support, whether your child's attending a middle school like the Nova Classical Academy or you're at Hamline.

We're committed to finding a private teacher in St. Paul with the right set of skills for each student's needs, so we vet our candidates thoroughly. Our interview process begins by testing and verifying each applicant's academic history and knowledge to ensure they're prepared to teach the subject. Then, we put them through interviews and tutoring simulations to test their communication and teaching skills. We think it's important for tutors to have an innovative approach to teaching, taking the time to discover your learning style in order to create lessons that are designed just for you. Last, but certainly not least, we make sure each candidate is friendly, easy to work with, and has a genuine enthusiasm for learning. Because every student is different, tutoring is one of the most effective ways to give yourself or your child the custom-tailored guidance you need. If you're ready to experience the positive effects of working with a private tutor in St. Paul, get in touch with Varsity Tutors.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Rebekah in St. Louis, MO
*This Session: 1)Debrief Saturday's SAT experience 2)ACT format/scoring review/overview 3)Strategies for ACT English and Reading sections 4)English skills exercises (grammar review) *Assignment: ~Week of Oct 11 - 1)ACT diagnostic test (pages 9-59), email student with results 2)Flashcards from Vocabulary in Appendix 3 (pages 533-552) ~Week of Oct 18 - 3)Practice Test 1 (pages 269-317), email student with results
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Tutoring review by Rudy in St. Louis, MO
The student has an exam in geometry tomorrow, so we went over the review sheet given by his teacher. It is a summary of the info that we have gone over the past week - area/perimeter of various shapes, relating shapes via ratios, and some review of past concepts like complimentary/supplementary angles. Overall, the student did very well. He seems to be getting the information really fast, and was able to answer several of the questions on his own. It appears that he will be ready for his test.
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Tutoring review by Tom in St. Louis, MO
We talked generally about the Analytical Writing Test and began creating a template for the Issue Topic portion of the test. We also discussed a sample essay response that he had written to identify areas that we should focus on in the future. We made a plan for the next session in which we decided to begin organizing and responding to a list of the most common GRE Analytical Writing prompts.
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Tutoring review by Michael in St. Louis, MO
Today I helped the student with his homework which covered special right triangles. All I had to do was suggest writing his steps down. The next homework assignment was over finding the area of various kinds of triangles. He needed no help with this either, other than me telling him to show his work. After that, I helped him with radical expressions. He had some trouble with these but after going over his assignment and some problems I created for him, he was more proficient with this subject. I spent the remainder of the session reviewing him on his previous homework to prepare him for his final next week. I feel that the student will do very well on his final. He had progressed greatly since our first session.
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Tutoring review by Kaylee in St. Louis, MO
We talked about her homework and upcoming math test. After the homework was done we completed the 20 question practice test in the book with only one mistake. I think she is well prepared for the upcoming test.
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Tutoring review by Maxine in St. Louis, MO
Today we reviewed progress from our last meeting. The student completed all assigned reading that covered her material from the exam 1. We also reviewed the class syllabus to discuss the grading system to develop a strategy for upcoming study sessions. We then reviewed all the problems in her web assign class in preparation of an upcoming exam.
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