InfinityEd caters to the client's individual needs. We offer standardized test prep, individual tutoring, workshops, courses, camps, after school programs, etc. ...
This company was founded over a 10 year period of tutoring mathematics across NJ, NY, CT, and MA. It was as a result of seeing how much the individual student needed convenient and consistent academic support. Some districts couldn't offer specialized services and that's where we come in. After traveling wide and far, I decided to hone in on just one region (Western Mass) to maximize visibility and to work with school districts and parents closely. My team and I are hoping to help as many students and learners along their journey through academia and through lifelong learning.
Our team values the work that we do. We work with each individual to help them achieve the success that they deserve. Hard-work and perseverance has helped us build a platform where we can truly help each individual learner.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
When a student first contacts us our first goal is to find out their specific needs and goals. To accomplish this we usually set up an initial phone conversation with the student and/or parent/guardian. During this time we discuss with the clients their scheduling needs, rates, and fees. Depending on needs we may move further and schedule a free initial session to administer an assessment/diagnostic or Mock test if it's for test preparation. After this we begin tutoring sessions/lessons and as we progress we will cater to the student's specific learning styles with individualized lessons and resources.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Our tutors are local college students all pursuing education degrees in their indicated fields. The founder, Varna Naik has over 10 years of experience tutoring mathematics from elementary to college. As well as developmental and adult education.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.
InfinityEd seeks to offer high-quality in-home and online experience. We cater to all needs and situations. *Pay as you go hourly rates *Prepaid package rates for short-term needs *Annual Membership for long-term needs
How did you get started teaching?
I started going down this pathway of teaching/tutoring mathematics as a result of seeing a dire need for it. Through my experiences working at local community colleges, private education companies, and schools I have been able to see that there is a need for an academic program that is robust and dynamic.
What types of students have you worked with?
Our students come from all walks of life, we have students across the country from the west coast to the east coast. All of which utilize online tutoring or in-home tutoring. We can also cater to students with learning disabilities such as dyscalculia, math anxiety, memory retention, and ADHD. If you have specific needs just let us know and we will find a way to help you.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
We recently had two students who were referred to us via another tutoring platform. They both came to us at a huge disadvantage, their universities had placed them into math classes that were above their level, and wouldn't accommodate their needs. Once we came into the picture we set up an online tutoring schedule that worked for them and lessons that went along with their core material. We also supplemented and remediated the content that they were missing due to not having taken the pre-req. As a result, both students passed their college course with an A, which was an increase from a D and F, 2 months earlier.
What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?
Any student seeking academic services should look for services that offer free consultations. This is an excellent and FREE way to determine if the company or individual works for you. In most cases, if you are seeking services from a company and you don't like the specific educator that was sent to your home you can always ask for another one. It saves time and takes the hassle away from having to vet every single person.
What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?
How much can you afford? How much time are you willing to commit to your specific needs? Is this a time sensitive matter? Such as a standardized test that needs to be taken in a few weeks or is this a situation where you are seeking short to long-term support through the summer or throughout the school year.