Tutor4MBE Now Offers Students a One Time Complementary 15 Minute Private Tutoring Session

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Lawyer Michael Kotik, a Pennsylvania and New Jersey licensed attorney has implemented a new promotional program through Tutor4mbe.com that will provide law students taking the bar with a complementary introductory 15 minute private tutoring session for the MBE portion of the bar exam.

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I believe that this approach will highlight the benefits of hiring a private tutor, while at the same time allowing students to ask questions about MBE subjects that they might have problems with.

Lawyer Michael Kotik, based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania now offers students the benefits of hiring a private tutor through http://www.tutor4mbe.com by providing a free 15 minute session on the MBE portion of the bar exam. The session is limited to one session per student and the promotion will run until Jan 15th, 2013.

Kotik believes this program will allow students to get a better understanding of strategies behind Tutor4mbe.com, and provide them with an understanding of the benefits of hiring a private tutor to prep them for the bar exam.

“I think the 15 minute session will illustrate the idea behind private tutoring in such a way that students will be able to decide if hiring a private tutor is best suited for them,” said Michael Kotik. “I believe that this approach will highlight the benefits of hiring a private tutor, while at the same time allowing students to ask questions about MBE subjects that they might have problems with.”

Students interested in signing up for the free session can do so by setting up an appointment by emailing: tutor(at)tutor4mbe(dot)com, or by calling 215-833-0133. Complementary sessions will start on December 1st 2012 and will run through January 15th, 2013. Most of the sessions will be scheduled for either Saturday or Sunday. Students will be able schedule their session throughout other days of the week, however, space will be limited to the evening part of the day.

“I am hoping that this promotion will provide students with not only an experience as to what they can expect if they hire a private tutor, but also some knowledge and understanding of some of the MBE subjects that are troubling them,” says attorney Michael Kotik.

If you are interested in learning more about hiring a private tutor for the MBE portion of the bar exam, please feel free to access the site by going to http://www.tutor4mbe.com, or by calling 215-833-0133.

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