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Here's how it works:
You click Find a Tutor - on the top right, or Locate a Tutor - on the left.
On the following page you select the level of tutoring you (or someone else) need help with - from the Discipline menu. You can select there Elementary School subjects, High School Subjects and so forth.
Next, select the subject you need tutoring in, from the Subject menu. You can select math, English, Social Studies etc.
Select your state, and your city (if applicable) and the tutoring method or methods you're interested in (preferably all 3 of them). Lastly, click Find and you're done!
On the next page you'll get a list of tutors in your state or city. They'll appear with pictures or without pictures. Now click on their name or picture. This will take you to their profile page. Their profile page will list all their information along with their experience and expertise. If you like the tutor you selected, you can go ahead and CONTACT THAT TUTOR. Remember: we don't charge anything to contact our tutors! Credit card is NOT requested and payment will not be asked for.
Simply scroll to the bottom of the tutor page and fill out some simple information about yourself, your contact information and the message you want to write to him or her.
In your message to the tutor you can specify the problems or the issues you're having with the subject matter. Make sure to be concise and provide the tutor with some detailed information, but don't expand. You'll do that when you communicate with the tutor later (by email or phone or in person).
Send your message and make sure you landed on a success page, which confirms the successful delivery of your message to that tutor. If you didn't, the page will show you error or errors that you might have missed a text field or mistyped something. Just fix it and resend your message
When you get a reply back from the tutor, you'll have to log in again and communicate with the tutor back and forth within the website.
When ready, Accept the tutor and continue with the billing info. We'll confirm and contact you by phone or email to tell you what the next step of the tutoring will be.
See? It's as easy as 1-2-3!
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