Easy-to-Access Personalized Tutoring for Homework Help or Enrichment in 150 Subject Areas

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Our Experience with Go Peer | Personalized Tutoring & Enrichment

Though we had never considered an online tutoring service before, our family was quite excited to be introduced to Go Peer, a high-quality virtual tutoring service with technology connecting your child to a vetted college student in your desired subject area.

Go Peer is a resource designed to meet a variety of needs and schedules, whether your student could use extra homework help, practice in math, accountability in reading, or a challenge through enrichment. With over 150 subject areas to choose from, including enrichment activities, we thought this would be a great fit for our family. We love the convenience of the platform and how easy it was to match with a tutor who was able to plan sessions around our schedule.

With an already-chaotic schedule and an ever-growing list of subject interests, we knew this sounded like a great option for our third grader who has been begging to learn a foreign language. We simply couldn’t find the time and weren’t sure where to start, though we knew she could benefit from academic challenges and enrichment.

I decided to try a free trial and was instantly matched with a handful of tutor options, all college students who attend top-tier universities. In my profile, I was able to include what subjects we were interested in, as well as our schedule availability, and was matched with 3-4 potential tutors within 10 minutes. I was able to view their profiles with experience and also have direct conversations with them right on the platform. 

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After speaking with a few potential tutors, we scheduled a session with Alexandra and now have weekly Spanish lessons every Monday after school. It’s that easy!

Why Go Peer? 

  1. Convenience –  this is probably the biggest selling point for me! We were able to schedule lessons in between school and ballet practice, often while I cooked dinner. And we didn’t have to leave the house.

    Spanish lessons in between dinner and bedtime
  2. Enrichment – There are over 150 subjects to choose from, including enrichment. Not only is the Go Peer program for homework help or academic mentorship, but it can also be used for enrichment activities like coding, foreign language, or music lessons. 
  3. 100% Satisfaction Guarantee Policy – Families who may be skeptical about online tutoring are able to try the service…and the students typically love it and see great results. We love this option of personalized tutoring, Alexandra tailored her lessons to meet my third grader’s needs. 

How It Works

  1. You sign up here, create a profile noting the subjects your child needs assistance with or is interested in, and you are matched to multiple college students from top-tier universities like Harvard and MIT. You can ask them questions and meet for a free 15 minute consultation to find a tutor who meets your specific schedule, needs, and personality.
  2. You can have a tutor online with your child within 5-30 minutes of signing up, so if you are ready to get started, sign up and try it out. 
  3. All college students/tutors charge a fixed rate of $20/hour (pay as you go). And we love that the tutors keep 100% of their earnings! 

Special Offer: Free 7 Day Trial and $20 GoPeer Personalized Tutoring Credit

Now you can try it for yourself with no obligation! CLICK HERE and use code citymom20 to sign up for a free $20 credit as well as a free 7-day trial. 

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Angela is the founder of Wichita Mom, the premier parenting website and community for local moms. Wife to her high school bestie, mom to two girls, and native Wichitan, she is thrilled to be raising her family in her hometown after telling her family for years she "would never move back". She is a strong advocate for mental health, believes in the power of community, and walks the talk of "babes supporting babes". She is a self-proclaimed connector, enthusiast of many things, cheerleader of moms and women, and recently converted homebody.