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Murray Test Prep Announces the Launch of their Online Tutoring Services
Date:2/8/2013

New York, New York (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

In the era of Skype, Adobe Connect, TokBox and plethora of other online videoconferencing platforms, it is becoming increasingly common to perform tasks and appointments that were once traditionally face-to-face over the Internet. Nowadays, business meetings and educational lessons can be executed over the Internet to a high degree of quality and satisfaction.

If Murray Test Prep’s tutors are not available in your state/town, that should not mean that one cannot benefit from the same great service. Due to increasing client demand, Murray Test Prep has launched its online services where students are paired with highly qualified tutors that have years of experience in the subjects that they teach.

Claire Ainsworth, a working mother of three, states “My job hours can be long and at times unpredictable. Having an online tutoring service like Murray Test Prep allows a great deal of flexibility, especially since I work late many evenings.” She continues, “My 10th grade daughter really needed a lot of help in Geometry. Even though the lessons were conducted via Internet, it felt like we were all sitting in the same room. Since we have retained Murray Test Prep her class average has went up. She is very happy, and I’m relieved!”

The advantage of procuring Murray Test Prep's service is threefold: 1) premium services for valuable costs; 2) build skills and understanding beyond the simple academic exam; 3) all the hassle and cost of ensuring a face-to-face meeting is removed; the savings in fuel and time are passed onto the consumer.

Videoconference tutoring possesses special versatility, such as screen sharing and the ability for the tutor to create
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