Mission: Revolution Prep is redefining how students learn by transforming the traditional tutor relationship through the power of live one-on-one instruction with a full-time professional tutor. We understand the impact an educator has on a student and invest deeply in the development of ...
I have been working at Revolution Prep (Less than a year)
Excellent organizational structure, standards, and workplace culture. Things move fast and much is expected of employees, but time flies at the office and it's much more rewarding than working at a company where you just sit at a desk and surf the internet for half the day.
Pace can be mentally and physically tiring.
Advice to Management
Be more active about encouraging people to take time off. Rev Prep is more emotionally/mentally demanding than most places, and employees here need to be herded toward R&R.
The process took 6 days. I interviewed at Revolution Prep (Los Angeles, CA).
First step is recruiter phone interview. Next you get 8 pages of material and 1 day to create a PowerPoint presentation live via video conference which must be memorized. Then 2 video interviews with managers. Then a computer skills assessment. Next is a 50 question quiz about their product. Seemed to me things that should've been covered in training and not expected to be known before you get hired. They give you a 51 page study guide and 1 day to learn it. The quiz is video and screen share monitored by a manager and it's closed-notes. An exceptional score is 80% so it's very challenging. Many (if not most) of the questions are not on the study guide. They also wanted me to give my current employer less than 2 weeks notice. No offer after all those hoops but perhaps I dodged a bullet.