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Students engaging with the MasteringPhysics tutorials demonstrated learning and near-term problem-solving transfer as measured by the time of completion of problems, the number of errors made, and the number of hints requested on follow-up problems. Evidence of problem-solving transfer in web-based Socratic tutor, Proceedings of 2005 Physics Education ResearchConference, 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Read Study