DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Survey of American College Students, Use of & Satisfaction with College Tutoring Services, 2018" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This major study of how American college students use their college tutoring services presents data from a representative sample of 1,100 college students attending 4-year colleges in the United States. The report gives highly detailed data on who uses walk-in tutoring, online tutoring, peer tutoring, and group tutoring, and even gives a complete picture on the extent to which students hire their own tutors. The report also pinpoints satisfaction levels with college tutoring service and not only defines who has used these services but who plans to use them in the near future.
Data in the report presented in the aggregate and then broken out separately for seventeen different variables including but not limited to: college grades, gender, income level, year of college standing, SAT/ACT scores, regional origin, age, sexual orientation, college major and other personal variables, and by Carnegie class, enrollment size and public/private status of the survey participants institutions of higher education.
Just a few of the 90-page report's many findings are that:
- Students with a full-time job were one high use demographic for online tutoring 17.76% had used online tutoring from or at their college.
- Students who practice a religion and consider it a very important part of their lives were much more likely than more secular counterparts to have used their college tutoring services.
- Gay students were considerably more likely than straight students to use the college tutoring service
- 28.39% had used group tutoring; its use was most common among the youngest students, those aged 19 or younger, of whom 31.74% had been in group tutoring and least common among students over age 30, of whom only 15.87% had used it.
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bbnst2/survey_of?w=4