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hello my name is anthony I like to have tutoring for my ACT I just want the step and instructions before I start
Hi Anthony! If you visit our Online Research page (http://henricolibrary.org/research or click the link in the post above) there will be a list of databases. Tutor.com is listed under popular databases at the top. Click that and it will take you to the resource. Once there you will be asked to put in your library card number and once you do, there will be a form on the page to help you connect with a tutor.
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