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I don't have experience training students who tutor medical students, but I think that Tutor Lingo would be effective for them in that the focus is on learning strategies rather than just helping students with content.  I've worked with many medical school students who are having difficulty with courses or with passing board exams, and I always find it's the learning strategies they need help with more than the content.   In the interest of full disclosure I must tell you that I have contributed to the Tutor Lingo videos, but I feel that my assessment of them is unbiased. 

Hoping this helps,
Saundr 

Saundra McGuire, Ph.D. 
Author, Teach Students How to Learn (Info at http://tinyurl.com/ogfktwp) 
(Ret) Assistant Vice Chancellor  & Professor of Chemistry
Director Emerita, Center for Academic Success
Louisiana State University

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Subject: Tutor Lingo

Hi - Do any of you have experience with Tutor Lingo as a program for training tutors who will be working with medical students?

I appreciate any feedback.

Thank you.

Mary Tigner-Rasanen
Tulane University School of Medicine

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