COVID-19 Client Update

Updated as of 11/1/2022

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world has entered a state of disarray. As it pertains to education and learning, this means a lot of your plans will be forced to change. Most standardized tests, such as the SAT, ACT, ISEE and others have become optional, which means developing a new plan of action for our clients, especially those who are applying for admissions. If you have any questions on how best to navigate these times, please don’t hesitate to contact us and speak with one of our program directors.

In order to better assist our clients during these trying times, LA Tutors has made the following adjustments:

Our staff and directors remain 100% available to support your needs

Our office continues to be open, and all of our staff have been set up to work remotely from home and are available via phone and email as usual. We remain available to schedule consultations over the phone, via Zoom/teleconferencing, and answer any questions you may have.

Tutoring sessions will be conducted online by default. Some tutors are available for in-person tutoring based on availability and location.

All virtual tutoring sessions remain 1-on-1 and live. We have offered online tutoring for over 6 years and we have streamlined our process even further enhance your experience. With online tutoring sessions, we can handpick tutors without the constraints of geography and travel time. This ensures that we will connect you with the best tutor possible for any subject you require. For those clients who prefer in-person tutoring, we have a limited number of fully vaccinated tutors who can still meet in-person with the following safety precautions in place: 1) tutoring may only take place indoors if all members of the household 6 and older are vaccinated, 2) all parties must be symptom free prior to the tutoring session, and 3)any parties who have test positive for COVID-19 must provide a negative COVID-19 antigen test at least 14 days after the initial positive diagnosis.

All in-office proctored tests have been postponed

We can provide a digital copy of the test along with self-proctoring instructions for students who sign up for a diagnostic exam.

Standardized test updates

For more detailed information, please visit our resource page for the most up-to-date information and links to the official websites of each test.

We are all facing an unprecedented situation and understand that everyone will be faced with a lot of difficult decisions in the coming months. We are fortunate to be able to make these adjustments and continue providing our services to our clients without any interruption. As the situation develops, we will continue to streamline our services and provide you with regular updates. We remain 100% fully staffed and ready to meet your needs. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.