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|Brian R. McElroy at 2016-04-28 00:00:00
Please note: I am a Harvard grad (class of '02), SAT perfect scorer and full-time private tutor (SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, ISEE) in San Diego, California. Since 1998, I have amassed over 15 years and 15,000 hours of private tutoring experience, both in-person and online via Skype. To arrange private Skype tutoring with me, or for a free 15-minute consultation, please contact me directly at 619-889-2935 (call or text) or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also book tutoring hours with me here.
Live in Idaho but want to connect with an expert ACT or SAT tutor in San Diego? Reside in Texas, but want to work with an an experienced GRE or GMAT tutor in Los Angeles? Don’t want to change out of your pajamas before starting your ISEE tutoring session? Or maybe you’re just too tired of spending gas money and wasting time sitting in traffic.
Here is how it works:
Lots of parents will ask me, "how is a tutor on the other side of a computer screen supposed to draw out math problems for my student?" Easy. The tutor doesn't need any special equipment; he/she can simply draw with pen and paper as usual, then hold the paper up to the screen and have the student take a screenshot. The student can collect all the screenshots in a folder and save them for later review.
If you like, then you could even use screen capture software to record your computer’s screen so that you have a full video record of the lesson. This is very helpful if you'd like to go back and re-watch the video to review certain topics. We also encourage our students to take screenshots of the visuals that we provide, for example, when working through a long math question, and we send them a PDF of the lesson notes afterward.