LearningRx vs. Tutoring
LearningRx Reviews Brain Training and Tutoring Costs
If you are looking for someone to help your child get caught up after a long absence from school (due to vacation or illness), or if you’d like them to have a bit of extra attention in math or reading (if the child has not struggled in math or reading over the past few years), then group tutoring may be a good fit for your family. If you are looking for someone to help your teen practice for their college entrance tests, a specific test prep program is possibly the right option. However, if your child is struggling with reading, needs extra help at school, or finds learning, reading, spelling, and completing homework difficult, then brain training is the best option to help you reach the educational goals you have for your child.
Consider the Costs of Ongoing Tutoring vs. Intense Brain Training
Because the LearningRx program is designed to be completed in as little as 12 weeks, it is a very effective way to achieve your learning and reading goals. Consider this: LearningRx sees, on average, an IQ increase of 15 points (across nearly 18,000 students), as well as an average of over three years’ gain in reading skills in approximately 100 hours (or six months) of brain training. Based on typical tutoring results, that level of reading gain could take three to five years to achieve in a tutoring program – meaning you can expect to pay for tutoring for almost the entire duration of your child’s middle or high school career!
Is LearningRx Brain Training Worth the Cost?
With results on 17,998 clients, LearningRx brain training has the scientific evidence to show that our one-on-one approach works. In as little as 12 weeks, LearningRx clients improve the skills needed to think faster, remember more, and perform better in school and in life. Unlike tutoring, which is designed to provide a student with a small amount of additional help, LearningRx produces long-lasting, impactful gains for clients of all ages and with all levels of cognitive abilities. For that reason, LearningRx is well worth the price – which, as you can see, is comparable to the cost of tutoring.