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How Much Tutoring Can you Receive in a Week?

Students are able to receive tutoring for up to 3 hours per week for each course. Keep reading to learn why.

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Written by Farah Buzzo
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To ensure you get the most out of tutoring, Knack allows students to receive tutoring for up to 3 hours per week for each course, with this maximum resetting on Sundays. Here's why:

  • Encouraging Independence: Our goal at Knack is to help you become a self-reliant learner, capable of tackling challenges on your own.

  • Optimizing Learning: Consistent, moderated tutoring across a semester has been linked to better academic outcomes, helping you build and maintain effective study habits instead of cramming. Check out how to schedule recurring sessions here!

  • Avoiding Overdependence: We aim to empower you, not provide quick fixes, ensuring you develop the critical thinking and problem-solving skills necessary for success.

  • Promoting Effective Study Habits: By spreading tutoring sessions out, we encourage consistent engagement with your coursework, fostering better time management and active learning.

At Knack, we’re always looking for ways to best support all of our users in achieving their academic goals. We intend to make tutoring a supportive tool that enhances your independent study efforts, ensuring you get the most out of your educational experience.

In addition to tutoring, we highly encourage you to explore other study skills resources available on your campus, such as the learning center, study skills workshops, and mentoring programs. These resources can provide additional support in developing effective learning strategies and navigating academic challenges.

Note: This maximum may vary, depending on your organization. To confirm, reach out to Knack Support.

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