TutorND available for anyone in North Dakota

TutorND offers help in a variety of subject areas for students in 8-12 grade. Not only does it offer personal, one-on-one tutoring sessions in the subject of the student's choice, but it has a skills center that is always available.

It is in this skills center that students can prepare for college entrance exams, AP exams, and so much more. Not only are these options available 24/7, but when tutoring is available they can get help with the material they have reviewed in the skills center. 

If you weren't already excited for this database with just the online tutoring and skills center, TutorND also offers special features for those who decide to sign up for an account. The account is free to sign up for and they won't spam your inbox. With an account the student has access to the Essay & Resume Drop-Off, Drop-Off Math Help, SAT/ACT Essentials from the Princeton Review, and more. These drop-off features are great because they give the student the option to submit their assignments to a tutor and have it corrected and back to them within a day. These features are only available an account. So signing up for one will open up a broader range of help for the students outside of one-on-one tutoring.

All this sounds great, but where do you go to access TutorND? Anyone in North Dakota can access this database by going to the North Dakota State Library's website and clicking on the "Databases" tab. The link to TutorND will be found under the Continuing Education and Careers and the Students sections. Additionally, you can access it directly by going to the TutorND website. Live tutoring is available Sunday-Thursday, 3 p.m.-10 p.m. Don't forget to download the app for on-the-go tutoring!

If you have any questions, please contact the North Dakota State Library at 701-328-4622. 


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