StudyBuddy is the first and most powerful technology application in which students and their parents can hire a proven tutor for any subject or exam. Whether in person or online, Studybuddy will connect you to the optimal tutor anytime.
We've made things simple for everyone:
We personally interview all Buddy (tutor) applicants either in person or video.
All of our Buddies have passed background checks, have prior experience, and hold advanced degrees.
Our algorithm will match the student with the best Buddy, we promise.
We are the first technology backed tutor-student matching solution. Our goal is to change the way the industry operates and handles finding a tutor for educational needs. Today, hiring a tutor is 100% subjective meaning any hire you make is independent on the price, accolades, and teaching history of the tutor. We're changing that. We've found a way to quantify and guarantee success when hiring a tutor. Our self learning algorithm backed by initial data, research, and experience will match you, the student, with the best fit tutor. We're taking the guesswork and headache out of finding a tutor.
How We Got Here
We’re a young and talented group of entrepreneurs, educators, and engineers with a groundbreaking idea that we hope will evolve the tutor-student industry as we know it today. Our founder received his teaching degree at NYU and started his own boutique tutoring business in NYC. In doing so, he and his team learned about the many inconsistencies within the private tutoring market. From overchoice to overpay, there was simply no way to know a good tutor from a bad one unless you gave them a chance. A few hundred dollars later, you've either found someone you like or are back at square one. We vowed to change that.
At StudyBuddy, we believe that there is always to put a value on something and tutoring is no different. We have spent countless hours researching, testing, and evolving our product to ensure the best outcomes for both clients (students and tutors).
"A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron."