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Jessica Kissir

1.9 miles away

Let's go Back in Time!

I am a history major, graduating in April of this year with my BA in history and I'm going on to Graduate School in July. I love everything about history, love writing about historical events, reading about history and watching history docu... See more

  • ... Southern New Hampshire Universit...
  • subject Social History of Art + 7 more
Jaicy John

4.6 miles away

Dedication to student success for 10 years and counting

Over the past 10 years I have tutored students from as young as 2 to as mature as 45, in various subjects including English, Math, French, History, Geography, and Science. I also spent two years traveling and teaching abroad which has incre... See more

  • ... Drexel University
  • subject Social History of Art + 59 more
Ashton Wei

1.5 miles away

Psychology Graduate with 1 year of tutoring and teaching experience

I have experience working with elementary thru college age students, and I have also worked with students who have OCD, ADHD and ASD. I am passionate about english, psychology, sociology, history, and art. I can help with grammar, brainstor... See more

  • ... Adelphi University
  • subject Social History of Art + 31 more


Rachelle Taylor

3.5 miles away

Phosphor Process Engineer with 5+ years of tutoring experience

Hi! My name is Rachelle and I am a process engineer at Luminus Inc in Sunnyvale. Prior to working here, I was a chemist at JL analytical services in the central valley. I have a degree in Physics from UC Davis and during my time in college,... See more

  • ... University of California - Davis
  • subject Social History of Art + 74 more
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Benefits of Hiring a Social History of Art Tutor

Art definitely helps us to better understand our past. It guides us through a journey of our ancestors and confirms certain acts in history. We can look at art all the way back to the Middle Ages to the Renaissance and still have hundreds of other years to explore. A Social History of Art tutor can help you to see both the little and the bigger picture in this area of study. They can help you organize your notes, and create a timeline so that you can memorize certain dates and names for upcoming tests. Having a private Social History of Art tutor means that you can plan out your study schedule and get it done at a faster pace than you would have on your own. You also have the opportunity to explore more material and gain a different perspective in a smaller learning environment.

Taking an Art History course in college can be something that makes most students feel as if they are a fish out of the water. You may not be used to working in a class with so many students or the lecture style of teaching is something you are not accustomed to quite yet. Or it might be the unlimited freedom and the fact that you do not have to come into class because your professor does not care the same way your high school teachers did. All of these factors can play into you ultimately failing a course that is quite manageable unless you look into tutoring.

Our tutors have been where you are currently in your educational quest but they also have taken the class you are takin along with several other in-depth courses. They know how to help you get over your hump so you can move forward. First off, if you miss class you will find out very fast that you will fall behind to the point of no return. Our tutors can help you dig yourself out of your hole by taking the notes you do have and comparing them to your syllabus. With this information along with other materials you have from class, your professional tutor will be able to build a lesson plan around you. What your tutor creates for you will ensure that you know what you need in order to pass your tests and classes.

If you know that exams are something you are fine with but you need help with essays our tutors will have your back as well. They will be able to take what you have written and break it down so that you can get your ideal grade. By doing this it eliminates any doubt you may have before turning in a paper to your professor. It will have already been proofread and analyzed by a tutor who has a ton of experience within the Art History realm. Not only will your tutor be able to proofread but they will also make sure your paper makes sense within the world of Art History. By having an extensive background on the subject they will be able to help you brainstorm, outline and then execute your essay. This will be something that you can use in not only your Art History course but also in every course you need to use essay writing skills in the future. The five-paragraph essay format is typically the standard, and by learning from someone who understands it very well you will be setting yourself up for success in the future. And in the meantime, you will get that grade you need to pass your Art History course in style.

Serious artists need to understand all there is to know about Art History, our tutors know this because they are students of art. They know how important it is for an artist to study the greats before them in order to find lasting success in the industry. So if you are pursuing an art degree, you most certainly need to work with a Social History of Art tutor. Your tutor will give you the wisdom that you would not have gotten in your normal class, as many of our tutors are working professionals. Their lens is different than someone who has been teaching a course at a university for several years. The lessons that you learn from them in regards to class will set you up for success in your courses. But the conversations you have will set you up to triumph in your career.


With HeyTutor your opportunities are endless. We offer tutors from all sorts of backgrounds. You can explore each of our highly qualified tutors via their profiles, ensuring that you find your perfect match. Look no further when finding the time and attention you need from your instructors, we are dedicated to your artistic and academic goals!