Students Find Virtual Tutoring Less Effective

HUNTER COLLEGE–Amy Yu, a biology and sociology major, misses the intensity of working with her classmates in-person. In these virtual times, she’s forced to settle for Hunter’s virtual tutoring for help with her online courses.

In-person study groups make it easier “to hold each other accountable to get work done, especially if we are working in a public space and face social pressure to do work,” said Yu.