Tutor.com is an online tutoring service available to high school students (grades 9 through 12) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. High school students can access the Tutor.com app at the bottom in the waffle menu of icons in G Suite.
If you've heard about the Tutor.com program but aren't sure how it works, check out this step-by-step video. We'll walk you through all of the dashboard features available anytime, 24/7. You'll be instructed to pause in a couple of places so you can see for yourself all that Tutor.com has to offer students.
Episode 1: Getting Started
Getting started with Tutor.com is simple. In this video, you’ll learn how to connect with a subject tutor for help with a concept or a homework question.
Episode 2: Drop-Off Writing Review
Looking for feedback on a writing assignment you’re working on? Learn how to upload a writing draft in your Tutor.com account so you can get expert feedback—and improve your writing process.
Episode 3: The Online Classroom
Ready to connect to a tutor? In this quick tutorial, you'll learn about all the tools you’ll be able to use in the Tutor.com Online Classroom.
Episode 4: The SkillsCenter
Looking for additional study resources to help you prepare for a test or complete a writing assignment? In this video, you'll learn about what’s offered in the Tutor.com SkillsCenter.
Episode 5: SAT/ACT Essentials from The Princeton Review
Getting ready for the SAT or ACT can be stressful. In this short video, you'll learn about the test prep resources you have access to using your Tutor.com account.
Episode 6: Practice Quizzes
Want to test your subject knowledge? Learn how to access free practice quizzes by topic using your Tutor.com account.
Episode 7: Previous Sessions
Did you know that all your Tutor.com tutoring sessions are saved to your account? Learn how to access those sessions so you can use them to review what you’ve learned.
Episode 8: Math and English Language Arts Videos
Looking for bite-sized lessons in math and English language arts topics? Learn how to access Tutor.com’s short video lessons in this quick walk-through.