I have been working at Tutor.com part-time (More than a year)
-I enjoy helping students with their writing
-the flexibility is great
-the more subjects you can tutor, the easier it is to get the maximum amount of hours
-you have to balance adhering to the company's expectations and pleasing the student, because student reviews help or hinder your chances of promotion
-there is a cap of 28 hours per week
-the pay is decent, but could be better
Advice to Management
Increase the weekly cap of hours so quality tutors can work more.
I applied online. I interviewed at Tutor.com (New York, NY) in May 2017.
You take a test in the subject matter you want to tutor in, and if you get 84% or higher, then you go to the next step. They give you a mock-trial session with voice and text and videos to help you understand the classroom. The mock-trial is them imitating a session you may have while working, which can be a little weird because you may have someone older pretending they're 13.
Then if you pass that, you're pretty much employed once you send your paperwork in.
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