Tutor.com to the rescue!

I feel for kids nowadays. With parent's busy schedules, there's less and less time to spend quality time on homework. I know that when I was younger, I had a very difficult time in school, mainly with math. Had there been a service like Tutor.com around, my parents wouldn't have had to stress with me when it came to homework.

Luckily, this incredible service is available for us today. Students from 4th to 12th grade can feel at ease using Tutor.com. Online tutors are available on demand from 2pm to 1am EST, 7 days per week. Students will sit in a virtual classroom, in real-time and work one-on-one with one of the thousands of professional tutors available. It is the tutoring option of today, ladies and gentlemen!

Right now for a limited time, Tutor.com is offering a limited amount of FREE 25 minute tutoring certificates - these would make GREAT stocking stuffers!

All you have to do to receive your free tutoring card is go to the Tutor.com holiday gift page and enter your gift message. Tutor.com will mail out the card to the recipient of your choice.

Take full advantage of this offer because it ends December 31, 2007.

*Tutor.com was a part of our Holiday Blog Hunt!


Anonymous said...

cool idea! cant belieiev it's free.

Anonymous said...

The Free 25 minute cards from Tutor.com are great. But, I should also mention that you can save 80% off the normal signup price and get 25 free bonus minutes if you use a special code.

The normal offer is $5 for 50 minutes of on-demand online tutoring, but if you use the code GABE you get 75 minutes for only $1. Or, just go to http://www.tutor.com/gabe to have the code automatically loaded for you.

Full Disclosure: I am a software developer for Tutor.com and am sharing a special discount code that was created especially for me to share with others. Please feel free to share this code with your friends as well. :-)

Anonymous said...

Thanks Gabe!

Amanda said...

I'm a tutor for tutor.com. I was given a free trial code to share with friends and family. Use the code ACISR50F or go to http://www.tutor.com/ACISR50F to give it a try.