- Is HSA Tutoring still operational?
- Where will tutoring happen?
- Where are group courses held?
- What subjects can I receive tutoring for?
- Can I get tutored on weekends/evenings?
- Do I now have to purchase my own prep books?
- Can a student try a different tutor or subject part way through a package they have already purchased?
A: Yes! Though our in-person operations will be suspended until further notice, we are still offering private tutoring, group courses, and Crimson Coaching online via Zoom.
A: Tutoring will now solely take place online via the video conference software Zoom. Your tutor will be in touch about how to access/schedule Zoom meetings.
A: Group courses, including those that were previously conducted on Harvard’s campus, will now only be held online.
A: All of our tutors are still active and remain diverse in the subjects that they can cover. Our tutors are equipped to teach any K-12 school subject, as well as SAT subject test and AP test material. For other standardized tests, tutors teach the SAT, ACT, ISEE, SSAT, and TOEFL. In addition to one-on-one tutoring, we also offer comprehensive group courses in the SAT and ACT.
A: Yes. In fact, most of our tutors prefer weekends and evenings since they are still full-time students attending classes remotely. If your circumstances have changed and you would like to change what time you would like to meet your tutor, we are happy to work with you and find a schedule that accommodates your needs.
A: All of our SAT/ACT private tutoring and group courses still include a free prep book, and we will continue sending purchased books to SAT and ACT students.
Q: Can a student try a different tutor or subject part way through a package they have already purchased?
A: Yes. If a student would like to match with a different tutor, we can renew the matching process. Students can also transfer their purchased hours between all subjects. A student may continue with the same tutor they were assigned if the tutor feels comfortable teaching the new subject, or we can find a different tutor with greater expertise in the new field.
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