Thank you for being a valued customer of Next Level Math Tutoring, LLC!
I always seek testimonials from former/current clients to share in order to promote my business! If you were completely satisfied with my services, I would truly appreciate if you can submit a testimonial that will grant me permission to utilize it on any of my online platforms, as well as any marketing materials, as a growing business!
Please be authentic and speak your mind, it does not need to be a long essay or anything overly formal! Don't know where to start? You can use one or more of these questions as a guide:
There are two options: you can leave a written recommendation on our official Facebook business page at facebook.com/nextlevelmath, or submit a form below. In the form, you can submit your testimonial and any personal information that you feel comfortable sharing online: full name, first name only, initials only, a picture of yourself, or even a video testimonial.
Thank you so much for your time!
Next Level Math Tutoring
Hello and happy new year!
With the spring academic semester beginning soon, we are relaunching our Next Level Unlimited subscription service for $225 per month through the end of the spring semester. Like most modern subscription services, it is scheduled to automatically deduct from your debit card at a certain day of the month and you may cancel at any time.
You can still purchase one of our popular discount bundles as well (subject to change):
ONLINE TESTIMONIALS & FREE TUTORING
We always seek testimonials from former/current clients to share in order to promote our business! If you haven’t left a Facebook recommendation on our business page facebook.com/nextlevelmath page yet, we would greatly appreciate it if you do! We will give you ONE free hour of tutoring that you can use for yourself or give to someone else.
In addition, we want to have more video & photo testimonials! It is easier for videos & photos to go viral over social media than words-only posts, which provides more visibility for Next Level Math. It is also more authentic when there are actual faces behind testimonials.
To participate, you may 1) send a short & simple phone video of yourself or your child (or both) talking about your experience with Next Level Math, or 2) take a picture of yourself and/or your child (I would like to be included in the picture also!) with something like an improved test score or report card if you’d like, to go along with a written testimonial and/or Facebook recommendation.
Even if you’ve previously left a written testimonial, you can send a video or picture as an update or add on to the one you did previously.
For our gratitude of the extra effort of a photo or video testimonial, we will give you TWO free one-hour sessions!
Please don’t forget that you can organize a study group for you or your child with one or more classmates for homework help, tests, or ACT prep for only $20 per person (up to two hours). Depending on the what level the student is on, one-on-one may be more appropriate, but cooperative learning can be just as effective, if not more effective, than individual learning. To assure that you or your child will still have your individual needs met, study groups must only include others who take the same professor and the same subject to assure that everyone will be working on the same material.
Already purchased a single session, discounted bundle, or subscription for yourself? You can still invite one or more of your classmates with you for that price, and you will receive an online credit on a future purchase based on the product that you purchased to offset the hourly rate that you paid (i.e. $5 dollar credit if you purchased a 3 hour bundle worth $25/hr and invited a classmate to a one-hour session).
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, concerns, or even academic/college advice for your student.
Sounds obvious, right? But it's a concept that can be overlooked in the teaching process for math students.
Here is a success story from a former Algebra I student in the Monroe area. She points out how one of the points of emphasis of Next Level Math Tutoring, the ability to find and correct your mistakes on the fly, benefited her and helped take her math skills to the next level:
"Mr. Paul was a great tutor. He showed me how to do the work and find my own mistakes. After a few weeks of my tutoring, my C's and D's went to high B's and low A's. He really helped me understand the concepts and also improve." - A. Bankhead
We constantly encourage my students to be able to find and fix their own errors in their work for two reasons:
1. It displays a solid and/or improving grasp of a concept when a student is able to identify and correct his or her own error in a math problem.
When a student works through a concept under our guidance, a very common question we'll get once a problem is finished, or even while working the problem, is "Is this right?" Often, I will respond as a challenge to the student, "You tell me!" In response, students will usually review scratch work for computational errors and/or retrace their thought process (with light redirection when needed). More often than not, the student is able to answer their own question. The process does not always work perfectly, but our students improve in this area over time with consistent tutoring sessions.
2. It builds confidence in independence.
As tutors, we will of course redirect student errors that they cannot catch during a reteaching session or as a last resort. However, remember that when a student takes an assessment, he or she won't have the benefit of asking ANYONE, "Is this right?" as a crutch. For this reason, we make it a point to kick the crutches and training wheels off by not building that habit too much in a tutoring session either, especially once that student displays understanding.
When a student gets an answer for an open response question, he or she will be used to reviewing the process for that concept along with their work to know that he or she will get most if not all of the credit for the problem. Conversely, when a student gets an answer for a multiple choice problem that is not one of the available answer choices, he or she will not panic and will be comfortable with re-evaluating the work for an error.
The young, bright mind referenced above recalled this point of emphasis as a vital factor in taking her math skills to the next level, and we believe that it can be just as helpful and vital for math scholars everywhere.