Free Tutoring

Free Tutoring in the Library
We offer free tutoring Wednesdays in July and August in the Bay Ridge Library, Fort Hamilton Library, or Park Slope Library. Subjects will range from basic math to high school subjects, from Algebra to Chemistry to World History. Basic test prep questions for the upcoming TACHS and SHSAT can be covered. Tutors will do their best to help the student learn how to find the answer to their own question surrounded by multitudes of information in the library. Strict limit of half hour per student. Arrive with an appointment or first come, first served. To find out where we will be, please call, email, or text us.

Summer is prime time to prepare yourself for the challenges ahead. It will benefit you to plan ahead in these courses/tests over the summer.

Free Tutoring for College Students
College students are capable of receiving tutoring for a discount or even free. Email with subject heading College or call 646 820-2807.


  • Bio-available information Mike was able to explain all of the biological processes so that I understood and didn't have to memorize them which was perfect for me. It helped me get an A in my college Biology course. - James in Brooklyn Heights
    Posted Dec 29, 2015, 4:01 AM by A Pia
  • Star Student Her teachers say she was a star lately and she has gotten her confidence back. Thank you.- Helen for her daughter studying Algebra II/Trigonometry in Borough Park
    Posted Dec 27, 2014, 4:03 AM by A Pia
  • Motivated I believe without your guidance and reviews in Physics and Algebra II/Trigonometry, he might have been in big trouble.  He studied harder than I've ever seen before after your sessions and he finished very strong. You definitely motivated him and set him straight. - Kathy from Staten Island 
    Posted Jan 28, 2015, 2:15 AM by A Pia
  • Highly Recommended Calculus Expert The Brooklyn Tutor Collective found a great tutor for at the end of last semester to help me get an A in Calculus at Hunter. They laid out all of the common topics for my last two tests including my final and made it seem easy. I saw some of the exact problems with the numbers changed on my tests. It’s as if they knew what my teachers were going to ask! – Debra - Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
    Posted Jan 28, 2015, 2:21 AM by A Pia
  • Absolute Value My son had not taken a formal course in Algebra. After he met with The Brooklyn Tutor Collective 2-3 times a week for two months over the summer, he got a 91 on the Algebra I Regents and was able to take Geometry as an incoming freshman at Brooklyn Tech. – Henry – Park Slope, Brooklyn
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 1:14 AM by A Pia
  • Continuous tutoring, but also discrete/discreet Two different tutors from the Brooklyn Tutor Collective met with my son who was failing Algebra II / Trigonometry at Xaverian. Martin helped our son improve and gain confidence but he was only able to do this for a couple of months until he had some other life commitments to attend. I was worried that my son would fall behind again but without skipping a beat the Brooklyn Tutor Collective sent an even better tutor, Jason. He isolated the exact issues with my son who is not very vocal. He now has a B in Algebra II / Trigonometry and is still improving. – Eileen – Park Slope, Brooklyn
    Posted Jan 15, 2015, 2:20 AM by A Pia
  • SATisfied I went up 150 points on the SAT over the summer after reviewing the problems that I had trouble with Anthony, a tutor from the Brooklyn Tutor Collective. He helped me perfect strategies to optimize my time on the test and showed me how to get more questions correct quicker. They were also able to help me with some small questions over email about some of my courses senior year at Xavier. – Salvatore - Bay Ridge, Brooklyn "The Never Ending Math Problem": ddluong_ via Compfight cc
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 1:18 AM by A Pia
  • Makes Chemistry Fun My daughter was visibly anxious about Chemistry in March as the Regents were approaching. We hired the Brooklyn Tutor Co to help her and her friend simultaneously. The BTC was able to relax them and make Chemistry fun with numerous puns and jokes that they ate up. My daughter finished with a 95 in the course at Murrow and an 83 on the regents. - John, Marine Park
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 12:39 AM by A Pia
  • Helped me get a 720 in SAT Physics Not only did they help me with SAT Physics, but I got a 95 on the regents and they helped me with my ridiculously hard precalculus class at Stuyvesant. They outlined study guides in great detail of all the ideas I needed to know and master and made sure I knew them. It was a breeze to study by simply reviewing the sessions. - Priya, Staten Island
    Posted Apr 22, 2014, 1:22 AM by A Pia
  • Highly Recommended Tutors We hired a tutor from the Brooklyn Tutor Co to help our son who was floundering in Chemistry. We saw his grades gradually improve as they not only helped him pass his tests, but imparted critical thinking skills that have seeped into my sons everyday life. As the Chemistry Regents approached, they broke down the key concepts for him and helped him do among the best in St. Peter's on Staten Island. We will definitely be enlisting the Brooklyn Tutor Co's services next year for Physics.  - George M,  Westerleigh, Staten Island Testimonials Vincent: Vinnl via Compfight cc
    Posted Jan 30, 2015, 2:42 PM by A Pia
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Recent Announcements

  • Regents Schedule January 2016 The  NY State Regents Schedule for January 2016 can be found at the link below, January 26, 9 ...
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When to prepare for certain tests and dates - such as the SAT, Advanced Placement, and Regents