Especially when it comes to math and science, there's no telling when or where a student will need help. What are the odds a teacher or tutor will be available when the need arises? That's why we built Virtual Nerd! We use our patent-pending e-learning platform to provide anytime, anywhere access to online tutorials.
We know there are many options to consider when looking for help. One thing completely unique to Virtual Nerd is our patent-pending Dynamic Whiteboard® online instructional platform. But there are other reasons to consider Virtual Nerd as well.
No. But if you are looking for private or in-person tutoring, our friends at WyzAnt can definitely help you find a qualified local tutor in the subject you need. Try our WyzAnt widget.
We are currently working on expanding our math coverage into grades 5 and lower. Let us know which subjects you're most eager to have us cover, and we'll see what we can do.
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At this time, practice problems are available as part of our Math Boot Camps. Two-way connections between our tutorials and our practice problems allow students to progressively test, reinforce and troubleshoot their learning process in ways never before possible. In the coming months, we will be making practice problems accessible within other plans as well.
No. We do not believe that providing answers to students' homework problems is an effective way to facilitate learning. Instead, our philosophy is to reinforce what students are taught in class, so they learn the concept, can apply what they have learned and can solve problems on their own. Our extensive library of tutorials is developed by Virtual Nerd and unique to Virtual Nerd. So, while our tutorials explain how to solve typical homework problems, they can't be used as a shortcut to the answer.
We work with a staff of experienced educators—teachers and tutors—to build original course content consistent with current textbooks. We complete an extensive review of the top textbooks and link our original content to textbook problems and concepts. We also ensure our content is aligned with standards defined by national math and science educators.