Please be aware that submitted “Requests for Tutor” and “Become a Tutor” are not coming to the Loudoun Tutoring email box. The people at WSDM (website management) are working on the issue.
With Summer session starting Monday May 18th and you have request a tutor and have not gotten a response. Please send the following information to me in an email until the website is fixed.
- First and last name
- ID #
- Email address
- Contact number
- Class name ( BIO 101)
- Professors name
- Campus you are taking the class or ELI
Send the above information to email@example.com
Thank you and good luck with your classes.
Thank you very much for all your help regarding my ITE 115 class tutoring.
I`ve got a B for the course, and it won`t be possible without the help I`ve got from your department.
Thank you again,
She also adds; In the beginning of my ITE 115 course I felt unsure that I would be able to finish it with any positive grade. I spoke with my Professor about it and he guided me to request tutoring through your office.
Since then things began to changed for me, I started to feel more confident in class and could finish it with the “B”!
I also was very impressed with your always prompt responds on my messages and ability to find the right solutions for me in a sensitive time frame.
The Loudoun Tutoring Web Site is getting a new look. All of the same information is still there, if you are looking for a tutor click on “request a tutor” fill in the request form and send. If you are looking to become a tutor, click on “become a tutor” fill out the form and send.
I will be posting any new information about the Tutoring program here. I will be adding tips for studying and organization as well.
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