Linc

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Linc is a mobile application that connects tutors and students in order to schedule academic tutorials in person in a matter of seconds. Linc is the mobile platform that connects students and academic and artistic tutors instantly. Expert tutors in their teaching area have the possibility to share their knowledge in exchange for an income through the provision of face-to-face tutoring while students, those who seek to improve their academic performance or expand their knowledge can find the ideal tutor of fast, safe and accessible way in order to learn.

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