How it works

eTutor School is a matching service offered by ETS Global Network, LLC where students connect with tutors via an online learning platform. We look after all your needs, from finding a tutor, scheduling a lesson, right through the use of our Q&A Hub, eTutor Store, Quizzes, Games and payment system.

Just follow our five simple steps.

Decide
Who

1Search our network of tutors

You can search, read tutor profiles and check student testimonials. You can see hourly rates and what they have been up to in our Q&A hub. There's no limit on how many you can contact until you find the one that suits you.

Decide How
and When

2More affordable than face-to-face tutoring, tutors charge between $5 to $25 per hour

More affordable than face-to-face tutoring, tutors charge between $5 to $25 per hour -- Whether it's for a one-off lesson or a regular tutoring relationship, you only pay for what you use. If you use 30 minutes, you pay for 30 minutes. It's up to you and your tutor to decide what suits you both. eTutor School operates 24/7.

Arrange a
Lesson

3You and your tutor make your own arrangements

You and your tutor make your own arrangements -- eTutor School tracks everything, from the initial contact all the way through to the end of the lesson, for as many lessons as you take. Check the teacher′s calendar and send a "request for a lesson" message.

Schedule
and Pre-pay

4With eTutor School, you buy minutes of learning time on a "Pay As You Go Basis". Simply, top up the minutes in your account before your lesson

With eTutor School, you buy minutes of learning time on a "Pay As You Go Basis". Fees vary per tutor, subject and length of learning time.

Start your
Lesson

5Log in to eTutor School as agreed with your tutor. The lesson starts as soon as you are both ready. You'll be able to talk to each other, share files, draw diagrams and write messages

Log in to eTutor School as agreed upon with your tutor. The lesson starts as soon as you are both ready. You'll be able to talk to each other, share files, draw diagrams and write messages.

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