Struggling with your classes or tests? Do you think that you may need some help from a tutor or academic coach? Well, Student Government has compiled a list of recommended tutoring sources to help you out.
The first place you should look is at one of UF’s on campus tutoring centers:
Teaching Center (https://teachingcenter.ufl.edu/hours_location.html)
This center provides free access to walk-in tutoring, tutoring by appointment, group tutoring sessions, tutoring via television, test reviews, and videos about improving your study skills.
Reading and Writing Center (http://www.at.ufl.edu/rwcenter/index.html)
This center offers individual conferences with graduate student tutors who can help you improve as a writer.
Office of Academic Support (http://oas.aa.ufl.edu/academic-tutoring.aspx)
OAS provides one-on-one tutoring for various classes and offers workshops about improving academic skills.
If you can’t find a tutor there, then SG recommends checking out TMS.
Tutor Matching Service (www.tutormatchingservice.com)
"TMS" is a unique Facebook application that facilitates private tutoring. Students can browse or search for the perfect tutor by name, course, subject, and more. Students view tutors' experience and ratings, and then book the tutor with a 100% refund policy.
If you are looking for weekly reviews or test preparation courses then you can visit the following places.
Kaplan Test Prep (http://www.kaptest.com/)
Princeton Review (http://www.princetonreview.com/)
Study Edge (http://studyedge.com)
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