Online Tutoring

I’ve been doing school work like crazy over the past couple of weeks and I’ve been getting stuck a little bit but nothing major enough to need help with until today. I was stuck on a biology question that had to do with finding out what Substance A and B was and answer questions about each of the substances. Of course that sounds easy, but the problem was I hadn’t covered the material and I had no clue where to begin. So, I noticed on Keystone’s website they mentioned Why not try it, I got trial for a free 25 minutes?

Seriously it was a godsend. Of course I would have just rather have had the answers thrown at me so I wouldn’t have to think, but that’s not the point of school and learning. The tutor that I was connected with helped me learn the material and understand it. I had a chart explaining what was in Substance A and B, and through there “whiteboard” I was able to draw it out so the tutor and I could discuss it. The tutor could also write on the whiteboard to explain to me different things that needed to be done in pictures. Now I understand the concept completely behind what Substance A and B were.

I highly recommend this service to students (grades 4-12) that need help with understanding material. They offer tutoring in the 4 core subjects of Math, English, Science, and Social Studies. The tutors can help you if you have no where to start, or have started but are stuck on a certain part, or they will check your answers behind you. The service is available 24/7 which I find highly appealing since I take online classes and I’m able to do my school work when ever fits into my schedule, and this means that I can get stuck at anytime. A big advantage to in person tutors, because you have a set time to meet with them.

Below is a link to, and by clicking below you can get 50 minutes for $1 instead of $30.



Hello everyone! I have decided to use wordpress to start my personal blog. Take a look at my “What to Expect” page to find out about a little bit about me and what I will be blogging about.

I have found tremendous amounts of things floating through my head lately, from what do I need to do today to what should I do for the rest of my life. Being 18 there are so many possibilities of what to do and where to start, it’s mind-numbing.

Here are two of my many thoughts: Continue reading