What to expect after you contact WTTS
Choosing the right professional tutor for your son or daughter is, unquestionably, one of the most important education-related decisions you will make, particularly if he or she has been diagnosed with a learning difficulty. A quality education will set the tone and determine the direction of your child’s life for years, if not decades, to come.
The first thing you can expect from Westside Testing & Tutoring Services is a free, in-home consultation and assessment. We insist upon it!
The primary purpose of the Westside Tutoring & Testing Services Consultation and Assessment is to establish whether or not we have The Right Fit (i.e., the right chemistry) before we take on a new student.
The Right Fit is absolutely essential for both short-term and long-term success. In fact, we have taken on students who have been through as many as seven tutors before coming to us for help. Similarly, we have taken on ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, and PRAXIS II Test Preparation Course students who have taken as many as five test prep courses and as many as seven exams before seeking us out, all with less than spectacular results.
The Westside Tutoring & Testing Services free, in-home consultation and assessment provides an opportunity to…
1) ask any questions that come to mind;
2) discuss current academic challenges and goals;
3) review medical and psychological diagnoses; and,
4) explore any other issues that may be relevant to your child’s situation and requirements.
We insist that both parents (whenever appropriate), the student, and any other interested parties (i.e., grandparents, significant others, etc.) attend the initial consultation and assessment.
The Westside Tutoring & Testing Services Assessment allows our highly-trained and experienced personnel to meet with and better understand your child where he or she is most comfortable (i.e., in the home).
Ultimately, The Westside Tutoring & Testing Services Consultation and Assessment provides us with information and insight that will help us develop the right program for your child, a program based on factors relevant to the student’s academic situation and lifestyle.