I'm new in trying to finish my general Edd so I can go to nursing school r these tutors good??
they should be.
Obviously I cannot speak for other tutors, but as for me, I'm a highly experienced lifelong learner with a passion for teaching, look for someone that has the patience and enthusiasm it takes to be a good tutor.
Your Positive Outlook is what comes first. Try not to pass GED just to get it over with or hurry to next station. Finish it because it is a Requirement in Life Core Lessons that must be understood. YOU BET! tutors are good...
I believe you will find qualified tutors here to help you in any subject. I am a college instructor and have experience as a teacher in elementary and middle school, too. Good luck with nursing school!
It depends on the individual tutors
This is commendable and she encourage your friends to do the same. Also if you are a church member, you should encourage others there to do the same
Tutors on here are great & come from versatile backgrounds :)
Hi! I totally understand your hesitation when it comes to finding a tutor. What I will say, as a tutor from Care.com, we are the best! Reviews and ratings will help you navigate your choices, but like anything you must shop around. However, serious tutors profiles will reflect just how amazing they are! Welcome to CARE, and also goodluck with finishing your general Ed. You got this!
I'm pretty good. Message me to see if I cam assist you in anything! :)
If you're in VA, GMU is extremely reasonable and has an extremely competitive Nursing Program
I cannot speak for everyone, but I at least am on here with good intentions of finding a family that needs help. If you check bios of tutors, you will find that most of them are qualified. Anyway, if you try a tutor and you do not like them, there are always more tutors out there.
It always depends. I recommend video chatting or meeting for coffee for an initial session so that you can determine if a certain tutor is a good fit for you.
I think tutors of varying qualifications are available here and elsewhere. The important thing is finding someone who is a good fit for your needs - for example, a current nursing student with experience on the same track.
Review our credentials, our introductions, our backgrounds, and/or reviews- you be the judge.
Yes! Tutors on Care are qualified. You can ask specific tutors about their qualifications as well to help you make the best choice.
it all depends on what subjects you need help in. Some tutors are only good in some subjects while others may be good in multiple subjects.
Most of them yes - it should be pretty obvious by their qualifications listed on their profile.
I'm trying to finish my general education, so I can go to nursing school. Are these tutors good?
Hey, Which subjects are you looking to find a tutor in? I can match you with a certified teacher with experience in the subject. You will receive a highly qualified tutor that is a subject matter expert. Of course, we will make sure that he/she has successfully passed a background check, reference check, and interview to ensure that you have a great match! Hope to hear from you soon. Deju Green Education Consultant www.edgetutorinservices.com
If you are speaking of studying for your GED, you may apply to Care.com to find a tutor who can best match your requirements for GED preparation assistance.
Unfortunately, you will have to be careful about screening. I am sure most tutors are well credentialed and experienced, but there may be some who overstate their qualifications. Make sure you get a money-back guarantee in writing and don't pay for a block-of-sessions package until you are comfortable w/ your tutor. If you have a counselor at school (I am a huge advocate of guidance counselors/ advisors- even at university level), ask them about grad students or T.A.s they can refer. This way you will know they are knowledgeable about the material you need help with and they are usually very affordable. Also, check in about study groups with your classmates Make sure you try to get the grad student, T.A. help in nursing school- it is way too technical for most people to get through on their own. My friend aced Madonna nursing school and he used iPhone apps to help him, so that may be inexpensive help you can use as well. Good luck!
There are people of various backgrounds and levels of experience and ability here. One may be a great tutor for one level and another for a different one and for varied subjects. The educational information and what each claims he/she has to offer is there on each one's profile and educational background...that you can read for yourself. My guess is that there are many very qualified and then there will be some just like anywhere who are not so prepared.
Once the right tutor enables you to discover your own mental POWER, you can do ANYTHING. Respectfully, Robert Brinckloe tutor for 32 years College Park, MD
Yes,they will help you with anything you need pretty much.
Hi, As this question just popped up under Q&A; for care.com, I'm not sure who "these" are, and can not refer you to a specific tutor. You need someone knowledgeable in standard curriculum. Your gdd will test mostly high school level English and math. You will need your diploma for nursing school.
A Mother of one of my students sees me as a mentor, a friend, and qualified math tutor. Her daughter's grade went from a D in Algebra 2 at the beginning of the semester to an A at the end of the semester. The student repeatedly tells me, "I couldn't have done it without you". Rodney H, Shawnee, Kansas
Look for a teacher/tutor who is experienced teaching adult education/GED. Free/inexpensive adult literacy (ABE/GED) classes are offered through many community colleges several times during the year and such a class my be appropriate for you. If you do better with one-to-one tutoring, look for an experienced GED teacher to help you.
You want to get specific for nursing school. Seek people who can say they did well in science and math subjects and even who teach those or have taught them, but also have done well in other general education. This is also determined by what level of support the student needs and if there are other factors involved like LD or processing issues for the student. Then one would want a tutor who has background in dealing with these things also to help the root problem at the same time. The person would need to be willing to let the tutor do so - and to give someone a chance.
I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I have many years of experience as a tutor and largely positive results, obviously every tutor on this site will be different but I would say it's definitely a good place to look for someone!
You may look to the school you are interested in. Many times they have tutors that are free or at little cost for those trying to get their ged.
Ask for references for your prospective tutors, and get written documents like resumes, and college transcripts. Review the online applications and or videos from tutors that explain why they would be the best tutor for you. Ask them to tell you their philosophy of education, and what they would do to help you with your unique educational needs. Also check online feedback from other students who have used the Care.com tutors in the past. A good tutor for you would be a teacher, retired teacher or professional tutor with experience with High School Equivalency preparation. I offer my prospective students a free consultation to determine what would be the best approach for you. Congratulations on working on improving your education and your vocational skills. Good luck!
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