About AVE

Location: 4626 River Rd.
Bethesda, MD 20816.


For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation, please call (301) 320-3634.



Skype-Based Tutoring

What is Skype?

Skype is basically an internet-based videophone. It is used by over 276 million people worldwide, from large corporations to individuals. And it is currently used by about 35% of AVE’s clients.

Can you really provide effective tutoring over the Internet?

Before switching to Skype, AVE provided a great deal of phone-based tutoring. Because Skype provides video in addition to audio, it makes the process even better.

There are some benefits to in-person tutoring over Skype-based tutoring, but experience has shown that for many subjects, these are slight. And the added convenience is huge. Skype tutoring means that you no longer have to travel to Washington, D.C. to use AVE’s services. That means that the journey from New York city has gone down from four hours to four seconds. It means that whether you are in New York, Los Angeles, London, Taipei, Tokyo or Antarctica, a direct visit with Arvin Vohra can happen in seconds.

As competitive students get busier each year, the advantage of eliminating travel time has become even more significant. In fact, even AVE’s Washington, D.C.-based students are doing many of their sessions via Skype.

Finally, a note about time zones. With interest in AVE building all over the globe, we have been keeping some unusual hours, to say the least. That means even though AVE is based in Washington, DC, you might find that our schedule can accommodate yours fairly well (with the caveat that we do often have lengthy waiting lists during peak seasons. It is usually not the best idea to wait until the last moment.)

Skype has been thoroughly tested by AVE and is used all over the globe. Schedule your free initial consultation via Skype to see what the advantages are.

For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation, please call 301-320-3634.

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