You have to go to our chapters directly and ask for tutoring! Make sure to choose a chapter either in your state or time zone to get started.
Q2: How many hours can I get in tutoring?
Ideally, Teens Tutor Teens tutors in 1 hour blocks with a 24 hours notice, but we can tutor for 2-3 hours depending on need of the student and how urgent the matter is. For example, for a homework help, ideally 30 mins. For a Test, we expect to tutor you for roughly 1 hour. For large standard examinations coming soon such as the GED and SAT, we can aid up to 3 hours for that given day and extend other resources. Work with your tutor on planning to make sure we meet your needs.
Q3: Are there any age limits for students seeking to get tutored?
For online tutoring, we tutor K-12. Any student 12 or younger WILL require a parent permission form to begin tutoring. If you are an adult (i.e. 18 or older) looking to obtain a GED or test around high school equivalence, please still sign up and notify the chapter center! We are still able to tutor you.
Q4: Is this REALLY free?
I can't believe it either. It is truly 100% free.
Q5: How can I be a tutor?
You have to either apply through your state chapter or franchise a new chapter if no previous chapter is available.
Q6: What if I am too old or too young?
You MUST be 13 years old or older to apply to be a tutor. We generally only hold and accept tutors until they are 18/19. To be a student in the program and be tutored, we accept Kindergarten up to those who are trying to complete their GED.
Q7: Where do you tutor?
For the safety of our tutors, we can only tutor ONLINE. We have improved capabilities to do this via Google Jam Board, writing tablets, strong internet connections, Zoom/Google Meets, and we can work around your technological capabilities as well.
Q8: What is with the Ads?
Going back to question #4, this is just one of the ways we stay free.