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This blog post is meant to be a definitive pricing policy for all students and potential students. Inasmuch as this blog post will be kept up to date as my pricing policies evolve, it is to be considered at all times to be the final authority as to your financial obligations as a student. Exceptions to this pricing policy may be agreed upon in instances of demonstrated financial need or for other reasons; all such exceptions shall be detailed in writing, so that both myself and the student are clear upon what is expected of both parties. If, at any time, I plan to make a change to my pricing policy, I will inform all current students. For changes that would result in an increase to the financial expectations of a student, current students will NOT have to pay the adjusted rates/fees for any subjects they are currently taking with me. Any future subjects they wish to enroll for will have their rates/fees assessed at whatever the price listed in this blog post is at the time of enrollment... read more

This post is meant to give potential students (or parents, in the case of minor students) a clearer idea of what they can expect, should they choose to take advantage of my services as a tutor. In this post, you will learn about my teaching philosophy and approach, as well as my expectations of my students, and what my students can expect from me. If you have any questions or comments about anything you see here, please don't hesitate to email me through WyzAnt. I welcome student feedback; it's part of how I grow and refine my skills as a tutor. Before I get into the meat and potatoes of this blog post, however, I would like to take a moment to write a special message for any parents who may be considering accepting my services on behalf of their child. For The Parents Choosing a tutor for your child can be difficult. There are so many things to consider. You want to ensure that your child is getting the best educational help possible. You want to be sure that your child will... read more

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