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Who Can Use Quick Tutor?
Undergraduate students in any discipline may use this FREE service. Students are allowed to include one paragraph or question per submission--anytime! Our resources page also offers additional assistance.
What Do We Do?
Do you struggle with introductions and conclusions? Quick Tutor can help you with your opening line, background information, thesis, summary, and sense of closure, among other things.
Having trouble with a body paragraph? We can help with paragraph unity, topic sentences, transitions, content development, and other issues that contribute to strong paragraphs. You will receive specific suggestions for improving your paragraph and an explanation of the concepts relevant to those revisions.
Do you have a quick question about writing, grammar and mechanics, style, or documentation (MLA or APA only)? Submit it to us. We can help!
Who Are the Tutors?
As part of the St. Edward’s University Writing Center, our online writing service is staffed by St. Edward’s writing instructors who also serve in the Writing Center.
Schedule and Turnaround
You may submit your paragraphs or questions anytime. We strive for a 24-48 hour turnaround.
What do teachers and students say about Quick Tutor?
"I just wanted to thank you for the work you've done on Quick Tutor. My ENGW 1302 students have used the service this semester and it has made a huge difference in the quality of their papers. For their final research paper, I required that they use Quick Tutor at least once during the process that included a topic proposal, an annotated bibliography, a first draft, and a final draft. The students who used QT before the first draft had dramatic improvements in their overall compositions, and their grades. All of the students who used QT for the final draft improved.
Again, thanks so much for making Quick Tutor so easy for students to use. It has not only helped them improve their writing mechanics and fluency; it has given them confidence. I plan to build Quick Tutor into all of my freshman comp assignments in the future."
--Professor Elizabeth Anne Eakman
"Thank you very much! This was my first time with quick tutor and I really liked it!"