How does regular tutoring helps students?

There are numerous studies and scientific literature demonstrating the positive effects of tutoring. These studies report that tutoring improves academic performance along with developing an ability to persist and maintain a positive mental attitude about schooling in general. In fact, it is for the same reason that tutoring is utilized as one of the key supplemental educational programs in schools, colleges, university campuses. In a typical school setting, it may not be possible for a teacher to focus on each and every student and their problem areas on a daily basis. Whereas, tutoring gives much needed individual attention that your child deserves. A tutor will identify the problem areas and focuses on the corrective actions. Topics that are concerning your child will be re-introduced to them in a simple and easy way to understand. Once the topic is well understood, your child becomes more independent in completing their work. On top of it, they are provided with extra practice worksheets to retain their conceptual understanding. During their next classes at school, students find themselves focusing better and learn better. After few tutoring sessions, students start achieving higher grades and experience greater level of confidence. In the long run, tutoring will have a positive impact on their mental health, persistence, and retention. It has been observed that tutored students sometimes outperform in their exams. 

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Literature: 

bloom-two-sigma.pdf (mit.edu) 

Benjamin S. Bloom is professor of Education, University of Chicago and Northwestern University compared students under conventional, mastery and tutoring settings. It was found that the average tutored students was above 98% of the students in control class.