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    Great place to get your foot in the door

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    Former Employee - Systems Administrator in Morgan Hill, CA
    Former Employee - Systems Administrator in Morgan Hill, CA

    I worked at Extreme Learning full-time


    If you really wanted, you could move into other departments like, HR, Accounting, IT, etc.


    The pay was low, but most employees were recent grades and these were their first jobs.

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    Listen to employees wants and needs.

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    Online Academic Coach Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Morgan Hill, CA
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Morgan Hill, CA
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 daysinterviewed at Extreme Learning.

    Interview Details

    The interview setup was one interviewer and multiple job applicants doing the interview together at the same time. The interviewer first asks the applicants to introduce themselves and you each take turns answering. Introduce yourself, talk about whether you are a student or have graduated, and the most recent relevant jobs to tutoring. The first activity handed to us was to talk and introduce ourselves to the person next to us. We are then given a worksheet that has 3 questions and then proceed to ask these questions to the person next to us. You will then give a presentation to the group about one of the questions you have asked the other person. It is not so important how well the other person speaks of you, most likely they will not give such in depth presentation about your experience with tutoring etc, but is more important that you give a good presentation about the person you asked questions about. The idea is that if you are not paying attention to the person next to you or not interested, you will probably not be interested in kids who are much younger and are suppose to tutor. The interviewer will then ask more questions about tutoring students, how to handle students, your experience with tutoring students, and how this job can help you. Sometimes when they ask a question, they do not go around the room to each person for a response, people will answer freely. You can choose to answer some questions or not, answer first or last. Try to give a response to every question, not be the last person to answer, and try to be original for the response. Do not fall into the trap of repeating the answer of the person before you, think about the pitfalls of their response and answer with a better response. If you cannot give a good original answer, try to give examples of your own tutoring experiences to distinguish you. At the end of the interview they will give you a simple 2 page test on grammar and math. It is simple math such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication. The English portion consists of grammar such as usage of commas, periods, and spelling. It will also contain definitions such as adverb, pronoun, preposition etc.

    Interview Questions
    • How do you think online tutoring matches up to traditional tutoring?   View Answer
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Website www.extremelearn.com
Headquarters Morgan Hill, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2002
Type Company - Private
Industry Education
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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