How Veterans Can Get Free Online Tutoring

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Many schools across the nation have switched their course offerings to online only. However this type of learning takes some getting used to. If you’re having a hard time this year, or just need some help understanding a subject, the VA has a deal that may help you out. And, it’s free!

The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced a partnership with StudyEdge.com that offers free tutoring to all veterans through the end of the year. 

The company is offering personalized online tutoring for all veterans, active duty, reserve and National Guard members. 

The tutoring program is available for most science and math courses, and is available on both a computer and mobile app version.

The program offers concise subject-specific videos that have practice problems to help you with tests and downloadable study guides tailored to each specific course. You can access everything using either a computer or via an app for your mobile device. All of the content is available 24/7 to keep up with those college hours.

Courses are taught by certified teachers and former university professors, tutors and college learning center staff.

"All of us at StudyEdge are thrilled to give veterans across the country a free semester as a token of our appreciation for their tremendous sacrifice for this country. We are forever grateful for the dedication of these brave men and women and want to do our part in recognizing their commitment. As the son of two Navy veterans, I am very proud that we are able to offer these services completely free to the men and women who so bravely protected this great country," said Ethan Fieldman, founder and president of Study Edge.

For more information, visit StudyEdge.com.

To unlock your free semester, email veterans@studyedge.com to set up a membership.

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