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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Governor Jim Justice announced a new partnership between the State and Tutor.com to provide expert online tutoring, test prep, and job support for West Virginia public library patrons through a new program called TutorWV. The program is accessible via a dedicated website: TutorWV.com.

Available daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at no cost for West Virginians, TutorWV supports patrons of all ages and stages. For students, the program offers online, on-demand, expert tutoring and homework help in more than 200 subjects, along with drop-off review services for essays and math problems.

For test takers, TutorWV provides live tutoring help for standardized exams such as the GED®, ASVAB, and AP®. The program also offers self-guided resources such as practice quizzes, video lessons, and test-preparation resources from The Princeton Review®, including SAT® and ACT® self-paced courses, MCAT® and LSAT® practice exams, and others. For jobseekers, the program offers live interview preparation, help with job searches and applications, and drop-off resume and cover letter reviews.

West Virginians can connect for help as often as they want during program hours. The program’s website, TutorWV.com, provides access not only to the TutorWV platform, but also to informational guides for students, parents, adult learners, and jobseekers.

TutorWV is available now to all West Virginians.