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You can get on-demand homework help for your child for just $1

Revolution Prep’s convenient online tutoring programs optimize the learning experience with personalized instruction, easy scheduling, and top-quality tutors.
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January 8, 2019
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There's no question that homework can be key to middle and high school kids learning, but there are also countless studies showing that the volume of homework typically given to students has surpassed what's considered healthy. And homework time is often challenging for parents as well.

Revolution Prep's Homework Help is an on-demand, online service that allows your 6th through 12th grader to get the homework help or test preparation they need, when they need it. The result is that students improve their grades and scores, while decreasing the amount of stress and time it takes them to get through homework. Plus, your student can try it out at a special introductory price of just $1 for the first month.

Revolution Prep stands out from the competition for three key reasons. First, since the service is online, their tutors are the absolute best in the business — not just the best in your local area. Second, these tutors are available seven days a week and can be conjured with just a click on the mouse. And finally, they cover almost every subject: 30 of the most popular for students in grades 6-12.

Take advantage of their special $1 introductory month of unlimited on-demand help, and end the daily homework struggle for good.

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