Successful tutoring takes time. Just like you wouldn’t expect to learn an entire year’s worth of knowledge in the first few weeks of school, you also can’t expect to raise your grades from a “D” to an “A” after only a few tutoring sessions. It’s important to set realistic expectations before you start so you don’t get discouraged or frustrated along the way.
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If you or your child is in high school and experiencing the first introduction to chemistry it can be incredibly intimidating, even more so if you are not great with math. A private chemistry tutor can explain concepts much faster and more concisely than teachers in a classroom full of students. A one on one environment means fewer distractions and more material covered in a shorter amount of time. For someone who is struggling in chemistry, this is the type of help that they are going to need to make sense of it all. Most people just do not have a mind for science, they have to put in hard work in order to truly understand a topic such as chemistry. Your child is probably one of these students which is why their grades as screaming “I need a chemistry tutor!” We only offer the most qualified tutors and you will not be matched with a college student who is trying to make money with a side hustle. These are professionals who do this for a living and want to bring the most out of your child. So, to make sure that this happens they are going to have to take the time to study these course materials.
Online tutors work with students of varying abilities and ages. Most have at least a master’s degree and are paid on an hourly basis. Tutors may work from anywhere in the world as long as they have a computer and Internet access (and a U.S. bank account). Peak season for hiring is May through August and November–December every year. Part-time (9–20 hours per week). Paid training of 10–15 hours required.