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Achieve More In Your Academic Pursuits With Tutorspree


As the Co-founder of Tutorspree, I wanted to take a minute to introduce my team and say how excited we are to help you get recruited by your dream school!

Tutorspree is a network of highly qualified tutors across the United States. We work with students who are in any stage of their academic career and we have one goal in mind: to help students achieve more in their academic pursuits. Of course, as student-athletes (and the parents of student-athletes), you know how important it is to excel in all aspects of your academic and athletic careers.

Achieving the level of academic excellence that the NCAA requires should not wait until college. You want to be eligible as soon as you get to school, which means learning the right study habits as early as possible. Just like training for your sport, you need to train your brain! Do you want to get into an elite school like Auburn? The average GPA of an incoming Auburn freshman is 3.78, which means you will not only need to pass Algebra II, but excel in Algebra II as well as other difficult subjects.

We know how hard it can be to keep up academic performance while juggling other things, which is why we have specially trained Education Consultants to talk about your goals and get you set up with the kind of personal, 1-on-1 help that your high school most likely can not provide. Over the next few months, we will be providing information about what you need to do to excel academically, ace your exams, and navigate the college admissions process. You can find this information in the BeRecruited resource center, and if you ever have any questions - give us a call at 888.886.2508 – we would LOVE to help!

P.S. - Keep an eye out for our FREE hour-long information session on navigating the college application process in mid-May!

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