- v. present participle of tutor.
“At a TMG meeting, I asked Cuccinelli whether, if he should win, he would spend his term tutoring Bob McDonnell in constitutional law.”
“These students have a deficit I call "tutoring syndrome": they haven't learned the coping skills to deal with the emotional and social challenges college presents.”
“Oklahoma coach Sherri Coale uses Montgomery as a model in tutoring emerging star Danielle Robinson about point guard play.”
“The tutoring is free and I mean private because no one shows up.”
“A great advantage of online English tutoring is that it may work for all grade levels, including high school, junior high school or elementary school English tutoring.”
“Sometimes tutoring, even in-home tutoring, is arranged.”
“Interest in tutoring and test preparation has grown in China along with a push for better jobs among the rising middle class.”
“One-on-one tutoring is the most effective kind of teaching there is.”
“Despite what some alarmists say, such extra tutoring is not equivalent to forcing women to enter fields they have no interest in, and it's not the same as instituting a quota for female engineering majors.”
“Similarly, 39% of students say peer or other tutoring is very important, but 7% say they use tutors often, and 46% never do.”
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