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The modern job market favors those who possess unique and specialized skills that are not typically on offer in the traditional classroom setting. Much like virtual commerce and telecommuting is doing for businesses, online tutoring is offering several unique advantages for those seeking to improve their grades or boost their careers.
Although online courses are quite flexible and can be attended from any location, often, they are still set up during specific hours of the day. If you are a busy professional or a student who needs immediate assistance, those times may not work for you. They might also not be suitable if you are a worker who has job shifts that fluctuate much. Online courses could also be a problem if you are in the military as you could be on a field mission indefinitely.
Online tutoring is available when you really need it. For example, you could be working on an essay or term paper and need a few questions answered immediately. In such cases, online tutoring is what you really need.
Online courses largely only offer you only one option when it comes to the instructor, and there is a possibility that the assigned instructor might not be the perfect fit for your unique learning needs. This is not only costly but also wastes precious time. You might, for example, be forced to sit through a whole accounting course semester waiting to learn only a few key accounting principles. You could be paying for what you already know. Similarly, you might not feel ready to take on a specific degree or certificate course until you have brushed up on some particular topics or skills. This is where online tutoring steps in to fill the gaps.
Working with an online tutor gives you the needed opportunity to master specific skills tailored to meet your individual course or career needs. The added advantage is that you get immediate feedback for better outcomes. It also feels psychologically safer when you are working with a single online tutor rather than in an entire classroom. The personal relationship may allow you to take bolder risks or experiment in a way you would not feel quite so comfortable or safe when in a group.
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