Livius is a long experienced tutoring organization who has quite a lot expert teachers. My son has been tutored by Chris from his 5 grade up to now 9th grade, from vocabulary from the beginning to the sat reading and writing. My son benefits every learning from Livius. You may think the tuition is a little costly, but it worths every penny you paid, the most important is that they do help you efficiently and significantly and your kids will get what they want. I am very grateful to their helpness sincerely. Bing
I feel blessed to have found LIVIUS.
My son, Sean was working with a tutor from a different program when unexpectedly his tutor had decided to take a different career path.
This decision was made with to us with no warning, and in the middle of his first semester at Boston College.
Scrambling, with little to no help with the program we had, I began researching online and found LIVIUS. Lindsey, immediately went to work helping us find a tutor. Within a day, we met Frank in the Newton office. Both Sean and Frank hit it off and dug in by looking over Seans syllabus’s and his classes to better understand his schedule and needs.
I am happy to report they have been working together sense November and Sean is doing very well learning good study habits, and getting great results on his papers and grades!
LIVIUS has been a wonderful experience for Sean. We would, and do recommend LIVIUS to anyone who needs help in studying skills, writing papers, and staying organized.
I am sending my second child to Chyten because I like it so much. My son increased his ACT score dramatically and is now getting into some great schools. My daughter really likes her SAT tutor and is learning a lot from her. I think that Chyten takes away some of the anxiety of taking either college admission test and makes the kids feel confident.
My daughters tutor had an obvious and contagious passion for math. He assessed her independent of her school performance and quickly saw she had a math brain. In ten short weeks my daughter went from being someone who thought she wasn't very good at math to regularly offering to help peers because she is a good math student.