"The Tutoring Experts since 1995"
Student and instructor can collaborate on the virtual whiteboard. They can upload documents, images, and even share their screen. The whiteboard has an equation editor, unlimited number of screens to go between, and is super simple to use.
College Bound Review packages
start at just $599, and include:
Packages with 12 and 24 hours of private tutoring are also offered.
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College Bound Review offers private online tutoring with IVY-League instructors for the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and all high school subjects.
Tutoring Packages include:
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Real Time Video
Includes real time video allowing student and instructor to see and hear each other and utilize a chat box.
Parents and students can view any past tutoring session at any time. They can pause, fast forward, and even screen shot the recording. This works great to review complicated multi-step problems.
Our IVY-League instructors work one-on-one online with each student and personalize each session to the student's weaknesses. They teach the student our key strategies and assign 1 hour of homework in the provided book between lessons to get through the most material.
Susan Alaimo - Director
Susan Alaimo is the founder and director of College Bound Review. She has been successfully preparing students for the PSAT, SAT, and ACT exam for over twenty years. Prior to founding College Bound Review, Susan was a college professor.
Susan has assembled a team of IVY-League educated instructors who have earned perfect, or near perfect, scores on the SAT and ACT exams, SAT II Subject Tests, and AP exams, and are able to demonstrate the material clearly.
College Bound Review tutors work one-on-one with students online to help them significantly raise their scores. All sessions are archived for future reference by students and parents.
How it Works