For many students, yes, but a good tutor, like a good teacher, is invaluable for some students. It depends on the needs of the student so it might be wise to experiment a bit. That is, try the video without a tutor at first and if you are not getting where you want to be, bring on a tutor. If a tutor is needed for your child, you will find the videos will reinforce the tutor’s instruction, making both more effective. By the way, some tutors already recommend our videos and use them to help their students.
Can your programs replace a tutor?