University Applications

Evelyn Learning provides a range of educational services for university students, including comprehensive study materials, step-by-step textbook solutions, live tutoring, asynchronous Q&A, and distance learning course materials. Our solutions are designed to help students understand the concepts and principles covered in their textbooks by providing them with clear and concise explanations of each problem. These  solutions are created by subject matter experts who have years of experience in teaching and tutoring, and they are tailored to meet the specific needs of each student. Our live tutoring sessions are conducted by experienced tutors who are experts in their respective fields. These sessions are designed to be interactive and engaging, and they allow students to ask questions and receive personalized feedback in real-time.

We also specialize in asynchronous Q&A services, where students can submit their questions and receive answers from our team of subject matter experts. This service is designed to be flexible and convenient, allowing students to get the help they need on their schedule.


Vocational courses for working professionals require them to attend classes only over weekends. Sometimes, even weekend classes are not possible because of strict deadlines at work. This audience, therefore, neither has the luxury of attending regular classes in a college environment nor does it have faculty available for clearing doubts. There is no access to a library for reference material or journals. Their study material therefore must be complete in every way: self-instructional in nature with all necessary information, references and knowledge.


Students face challenging problems, some of which may require specialized graphing and equation tools for better understanding. Evelyn tutors make sure they work on the zero-answered questions first as they tend to be the most difficult ones that many others could not solve. They use LaTeX tools for online equation editing. It is also extremely important to follow the honor code of not helping students with their tests.