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Primary Research Group has published: The Survey of American College  
Students: Use of and Satisfaction with College Tutoring Services.   This report 
presents 85 tables of  data exploring how full time college students in the  United 
States  view and use their college’s tutoring programs.  The data in the 
report is based on a  representative sample of more than 400 full time college 
students in the  United States.  Data is broken out by 16 criteria including 
gender, grade point average, major  field of study, income level of students and 
type, size of college, and mean SAT  acceptance score of colleges, among other 
variables. The report is designed to  give college administrators, educational 
researchers and others benchmarks on  the use of college tutoring service 
against which to compare their own programs  or data.   Just a few of the  report’
s many findings are that: 
•           More than 97% of the students in the sample go to a college that 
offers  tutoring services of some kind.   
•           29.35% of the students in the sample have ever used their college’
s  tutoring services. 
•           Half of students with a full time job have used the college 
tutoring  services while less than 27% of those that do not work at all have done 
so.   
•           Nearly 95% of the students who have been in tutoring found the 
experience  helpful to some degree.   
•           Close to 15% of all students said that they were highly unlikely 
to use  the college’s tutoring services in the future, while about 20.8% said 
that it  would be unlikely.   
•           Students in the hard sciences and business were the most likely 
to  consider using tutoring services in the future. 
•           Students majoring in language arts such as English, 
communications,  languages or journalism were the least likely to perceive their college’s  
tutoring programs as excellent. 
For further information view our website at  www.PrimaryResearch.com.
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