Tutoring is not a magical pill that a student takes that cures all their math ills without any effort on their part. (Could you imagine how great that would be!) Rather, tutoring is a lever that one applies to amplify one's own efforts. The famous mathematician Archimedes is often quoted as saying, 'give me a place to stand and a lever long enough and I will move the whole world.' You can think of the tutor as the fulcrum and the amount of effort the student puts in both during their tutoring sessions as well as on their own as corresponding to the length of the lever. No effort no results, lots of effort spectacular results. Again, because what tutoring does is amplify ones efforts. Comments are closed.

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