3 Best Online Tutoring Sites to Improve Your Scores

best-online-tutoring-sitesCollege can be tough for any student. When you add in the fact that as an international student, you don’t always understand the cultural aspects or language as well as someone from the area, you may find yourself in need of a little help to make sure you are at the top of your game. Don’t sweat it. In the modern world, you can get just about anything you could ever desire online and this includes a tutor. The great thing about using an online tutor is that there is someone available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year so you never have to wait long to get the assistance you need to move through even the toughest assignment the professor can throw out. The rates can vary quite a bit so make sure you know exactly what a service offers at what price before you get started.

Now, that you know tutors are available online, the next, and perhaps much better question is where to find them. You want to make sure you are finding someone who really knows the area you need to study and not just everyone meshes with each other on learning and teaching styles. Here you’ll find a list of the 3 best online tutoring sites along with a rundown of what they offer and what price range you should expect.

1. Chegg Tutors

This site connects you with a live tutor when you click on the link to get the help you need. The rates start at $30 per week for 15 minutes then bill at $0.50 per minute after that. This is a weekly subscription service so you are spending $30 a week even if you don’t use the service.

2. Preston Experts by LivePerson

This one is really great because you have a couple of ways of finding a tutor. You can look through the list and select one or you can type in with what you need help and the tutors will find you. This is a billed per session service that you only pay for after the session ends. You get to leave a review and see other reviews to ensure you know exactly what you are getting. This one is also multi-format so you can chat, email, or call.

3. Tutor.com

This site offers tutors in a wide range of subjects. The sessions can be live the minute you need them or scheduled in advance. They offer a few choices for monthly membership ranging from 1-3 hours per month. The 2-3 hour options come with a better grade guarantee which is a nice perk.

Make sure you know what level of tutoring is being offered on the site you choose so you aren’t expecting help with an advanced concept only to find the tutors are only equipped to deal with the subject on a very basic level. You don’t have money or time to waste on that when you’d rather be hanging out on the deck and learning the culture first hand. That’s not to mention that the hot guy from Psychology 101 is generally there not bad eye candy.

A great tutor or tutoring service can be a huge benefit for you throughout your college years. Finding one that keeps the same hours as you do is priceless. It is a comfort to know that as a student you can always connect with someone who understands the content. You’ve invested too much and come too far to let one concept or culturally based assignment knock you off your feet. The right tutor helps you understand the concept, get through the assignment, and move onto more important matters. You know, things like whether that redhead in Trig likes movies. College is about more than just the classes, a well-equipped tutor who can work on your schedule lets you get back into everything that makes the college experience what it is.

About Jessica Dong

Jessica Dong is a 21-year-old student from Beijing. She studies business development in the USA and dreams of running her own company. Jessica is a socially active student with interest in traveling, social media and entertainment.