Parent reviews for Mobile Learning & Study App

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Common Sense says

age 12+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 8+

Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 8+

Based on 1 review

age 4+

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Easy to play/use
age 5+

The best free resources around

We love using the free practice tests and flashcards. I can't believe you don't have to pay for the materials in their huge online library! A MUST download to keep kids learning through the summer weeks!

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Easy to play/use
age 7+

Great Features and Easy To Use

My son has used Varsity Tutors for almost a year and he really enjoys it! The app provides a lot of functionality "on the go" and is easy to use. We both find it fairly intuitive to navigate. As a mom, I really enjoy being able to see all of my account information and how things are going with his tutoring sessions right on my phone - anytime, anywhere.

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Easy to play/use
age 6+

A Great Platform

This app is a great resource for students of any age to learn with. It provides such a nice and easy-to-use interface that makes learning through it a breeze. There are so many subjects students can choose to learn through this app, that it makes learning actually fun.

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Easy to play/use
age 18+

After an initially bad experience with their refund policy management contacted me and we reached a resolution

After a bad experience with their refund policy and writing a review sharing my experience, management contacted me and we reached a resolution. On the phone they promised over and over again (to get me to buy a tutoring package) that if they did not find me the right tutor, I would not have to pay. Sales person repeatedly said "trust me", and I did. They paired me with three different tutors who themselves admitted they could not help me with the subject. They charged me $120.00 for two sessions that were useless and only gave me a partial refund. Wyatt, (account manager) refused to let me speak to anyone else in his company and asked me if I had read the "terms of service agreement" and simply refused to keep their verbal promise that if they could not find me the right tutor, I would not have to pay. BEWARE OF VARSITY TUTORS.