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PRLog (Press Release) – Feb. 26, 2014 – DELHI, India — Studycopter (http://studycopter.com) today announced the launch of My Tutor service, the most innovative way to ask questions, clear doubts, and send questions to your very own, 24×7 GMAT Tutor.
The Virtual GMAT Tutor is free for all Studycopter users. It is very simple to use and once a user posts a query, Studycopter experts get back within 1 business day. Moreover, if a student has any follow-up questions to a Tutor’s response, Studycopter experts will answer them in no time as well.
Adi Jain (http://studycopter.com/ about.php), Studycopter’s CEO says, “Today marks yet another step in our journey to empower students to get their best possible score on the GMAT. We are here to answer all student questions, howsoever trivial they may seem.”
All Studycopter customers get credits to post 10 questions to Studycopter Tutors. Have more doubts and need more credits? Worry not. For a nominal charge, students can purchase credits to ask more questions.
My Tutor works on your Studycopter’s Mobile App on Android (http://studycopter.com/ gmat_prep_course_ android_app.php) and iOS devices and on http://www.studycopter.com
Have questions? Write to the Studycopter team at firstname.lastname@example.org and they would be happy to help.
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