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The Anderson Learning Center: Tutoring Center

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Tutoring is the Smart Thing to Do — and its FREE!

                                  "Ivy Tech Community College offers free tutoring services to any student currently enrolled at Ivy Tech. Our mission is to foster active learning in an open and friendly environment. The academic support we provide leads to greater success and higher achievement for our students."



  • Tutors will help you understand the concepts of your homework, but they will NOT do your homework for you.  
  • Tutors help students develop independent learning strategies.
  • Tutors do not teach class material. If you have missed a class, contact your instructor. 
  • Tutors cannot assist with quizzes and tests in any form, including take-home quizzes and tests.  

Great News - Ivy Tech Anderson tutoring lab has opened up limited space to virtually tutor K-12 children of our students in math. 

Need help?  

Contact us by clicking on the Zoom link:  Meeting ID: 530 893 681  Hours are below.

or contact Marvel Johnson at 

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Click on the appropriate tab to download the provided resources.

Stuck on a Microsoft Office assignment? Email and we can schedule a Zoom meeting with you Monday - Friday!

MOS Certification Tips!!!

I am an experienced MOS Test taker (2010, 2013, 2016, 2019--all of them)  LOL

What was mentioned on the Gmetrix video is exactly what I do on the MOS test.  Please remember the following:

  1. Bring your Certiport username and password with you to the “at home” MOS test.  If you do not have this information, go to and register.
  2. Be at least 5 minutes early for the MOS test.
  3. Remember to breathe during the MOS test.
  4. Read all the directions for the MOS test.  I try to breathe deeply when I read the MOS test directions.  When you get to the “take the test part”, take another deep breath, think positive thoughts, and “Go!”
  5. If you do not know the answer within two clicks of the Ribbon tabs, please mark the project tab “For Review” and come back to it later.
  6. If you know the answer, do it immediately.  Do EXACTLY what the project task asks for (do not think, do not “guess”, do not “add more.”) Mark it “Completed” and never look at it again.
  7. When you get to the “Summary” page, look at the “Mark for Review” Project tasks.  Again, follow steps 5 and 6. Do the easiest project tasks first, the medium project tasks second, the hard project tasks three, and the “Hail Mary” project tasks last.  Please complete as much of the “Hail Mary” project tasks as possible as you will get points for what you complete.  If you cannot find the answer to the “Hail Mary” project task try the “File tab” and “Options”.  (Just my procedure.)  LOL
  8. The passing score is 700/1000 points.  When you get to the end of your MOS test, you will have to decide which points you want to “give the MOS test”.   You will have 300 points to give away.  If you cannot answer a question, go on to the questions you can answer.  Most students will NOT take this test in a linear fashion.  Most students (your instructor included) will jump around on this test.  Taking the MOS test is about Test Time Management and Test Question Management.
  9. If you completed all the class assignments and reviewed the Gmetrix test you are prepared to take the MOS test.  Just BELIEVE in yourself because you COMPLETED the assignments and the Gmetrix testing tests.  You have done all that you can.   YOU CAN DO IT!
  10. If you do not pass the MOS test, it is not the end of the world.  Please remember to sign up for the retake MOS test and complete it within “a week” of the first MOS test date.  Review Gmetrix again and review any concepts you think you missed on the 1st MOS test utilizing your textbook projects.  I have had a student that scored 125/1000 on her first MOS test and on the retake MOS test score “900/1000”   (Woo Hoo!)  YOU CAN DO IT!  Don’t Quit!  Try it AGAIN with the retake MOS test!  You can pass the retake test with 700!

I hope this reply helps.



Teresa Keller


Anderson Learning Center Hours

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See Us!

On campus tutoring is available Monday - Thursday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm and Friday 10 am - 5:00 pm

Click on this link to reach us between 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm virtually!

Need virtual tutoring from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm? E-mail

Preparing for Tutoring

Complete all your homework to the best of your ability prior to meeting with a tutor. This will allow the tutor to understand what you need help with.  


  • Textbook and assignment instructions
  • Username & password for IvyLearn 
  • Class notes
  • Come with the work you've already done and need help with.
  • Bring all materials that you would bring to class: pen, pencil, textbook, notebook, calculator, flash drive, etc. 

Available Tutoring

Math tutors are available during most hours of operation.  

We provide tutoring in a variety of subjects, including business, chemistry, A&P, etc.  

Our staff can help you navigate your online life at Ivy Tech by providing assistance with

  • Basic Computer and Internet Use
  • MyIvy
  • IvyLearn
  • Email
  • APA/MLA Formatting
  • Saving and Printing Documents

Knowledge Assessment
The Tutoring Center provides registration assistance for incoming students participating in Knowledge Assessment.