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Tutoring Service Offers Reading and Writing Help In-Home and Online

Tutoring Service Offers Reading and Writing Help In-Home and Online


Write Guide NYC, an online and in-home tutoring service, recently began offering its services in Queens and Eastern Long Island. The tutoring service offers reading and writing tutoring.

Write Guide NYC is a newly launched in-home and online tutoring service that offers personalized, one-on-one help in reading and writing. The company officially began offering its services in July, and primarily serves high school and middle school students in Queens and Eastern Long Island, as well as other boroughs upon request.

The company’s mission is to transform the way kids think and write by establishing an individualized, well-rounded learning relationship between tutors and students to fit each child’s unique learning style. Over time, students build confidence and show real improvement and growth as a result, says Yih Lee, founder of the company.

“We are all about creating an environment and an atmosphere where both the student and the parent feel that they can have trust and be comfortable. Students receive all the attention they need in the comfort of their own home,” says Lee, who has 15 years of experience in the tutoring business.

Each child is matched to a tutor who is carefully selected from a pool of qualified instructors with years of experience. The company also offers the convenience of an extremely flexible schedule, house visits, and online tutoring. Registering for online tutoring is a great option for students who would like a fast and easy way to get access to help when they need it, says Lee.

The company is committed to ensuring the best experience possible for each child, so there is always a free consultation before a tutor is assigned. For a limited time, Write Guide NYC is offering free registration and special back-to-school rates.

 
Main photo: Founder Yih Lee says Write Guide NYC aims to ensure the best tutoring possible for each child.

 


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