Tutors are undergraduates who have recently completed the International Baccalaureate program and received high scores in each subject they tutor. In addition to being highly qualified and experienced, tutors are able to offer fresh insights into how best to approach course material and strategies they used themselves to do well on the exams. This personalized guidance from a student's perspective is a unique, valuable resource for students seeking support in this rigorous academic program.
Request a tutor using the form below and receive a free trial hour to determine if HSA Tutoring is the right match to prepare you for your International Baccalaureate exams!
Our IB tutors have been through the roller coaster that is the International Baccalaureate, and they have learned firsthand how to do well in this program in a meaningful way. It can be extremely valuable for current students to have a recent IB graduate provide guidance that is high-quality, relatable, and up-to-date. Our tutors strive to teach students more than the material they seek help with; they share the strategies they themselves used to succeed and help students learn to balance this heavy academic commitment with other aspects of student life. In this way, the experience becomes less a burden and more an opportunity for students to develop into knowledgeable, well-rounded, global thinkers.
Currently, we offer tutoring in the following subjects:
- English A/B SL and HL
- Chinese A/B SL and HL
- Spanish B SL
- Mathematics SL and HL and Studies
- Biology SL and HL
- Chemistry SL and HL
- Physics SL and HL
- Psychology SL
- History SL and HL
- Economics SL and HL
- Geography SL
- Music SL and HL
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Note: We offer off-campus tutoring at locations in the Boston/Cambridge area that are easily accessible through public transit from Harvard and within 30 minutes of public transit travel time from Harvard. Tutoring that is not held on Harvard's campus has an additional $15/hour tutor transportation fee. We do not offer tutoring that is not easily accessible through Boston public transit; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.