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www.reference.com/article/can-become-tutor-e068c3ab807b237b

Aspiring tutors need to determine their subject expertise, develop a client base and decide on their pay rate. Private tutoring can be a source of extra income or a full-time job.

www.reference.com/article/tutor-someone-b278207112478091

To tutor someone, make yourself aware of the concepts being taught in that student's class, particularly those with which the student struggles. Work proactively by familiarizing yourself with the concepts that the student has not yet reached in that course and asking t...

www.reference.com/article/start-tutoring-business-888a40f366cb814f

To start a tutoring business, choose a business name, find a location for the business, create a service menu, develop policies and procedures, and hire qualified tutors. A graphic designer can help to create a website, brochure, logo and business cards to promote the b...

www.reference.com/article/online-typing-tutors-9310f52b450facb2

Online typing tutors include SpeedTypingOnline.com and Typing.com. Both sites offer typing tutor lessons online for free, as of June 2015. SpeedTypingOnline.com allows typing students to learn by the classic method, row method or create a custom lesson based on specific...

www.reference.com/article/become-online-tutor-899b4e22e59d776f

Becoming an online tutor can be as simple as posting an ad on Craigslist.org or a gig on Fiverr.com advertising tutoring services. Professional, dedicated online tutoring sites such as Tutor.com and TutorVista.com often have a rigorous application and screening process ...

www.reference.com/article/math-tutors-internet-1e5408bd1f0a39a3

There are math tutors available on the Internet at Tutor.com, Chegg and TutorVista.com. All of these options use one-on-one tutoring services to offer students individual attention that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

www.reference.com/article/ways-english-tutors-6d7e122b630c921d

Find English tutors by asking friends, family members and fellow students for a referral or by contacting a local school district, college or university to locate an educator or advanced student who offers tutoring services. Tutors also advertise in newspapers, magazine...