To become a tutor, you will be expected to meet certain requirements, as Tutors receive CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association) certification through our center.

These requirements are:

  • Must have and maintain at least a 3.2 GPA 
  • Have an A or A- in the courses to be tutored
  • Obtain a professor recommendation to tutor in the courses

All tutors must:

  • Receive 10 hours of training per semester (possibly on weekends, or broken up over the semester)
  • Be available to tutor at least 5 hours per week

It is important to note that qualified Tutors and Instructors will be given a single 1h period  chance to prove themselves to one of Math-Face registered learner.

  • The period  test will be free on the Learner side, but the instructor/tutor will be paid
  • The learner tutored learner will have the opportunity to grade the Instructor as witnessed and experienced his/hers skills.

Through a background screen check of the personal details and qualifications of the instructor/tutors adding the learner’s impression report, Math-Face will be able to take a final decision on either to welcome the Instructor/tutor in or not.

Here are some tasks the applicant should be ready to be tested on by the learner and Math-Face recruitment team

Tutor duties and responsibilities

Tutors are responsible for leading one-on-one or small group lessons that cater to the needs and goals of their students. They often have the following other responsibilities: 

  • Reviewing classroom or curricula topics and assignments
  • Assisting students with homework, projects, test preparation, papers, research and other academic tasks
  • Working with students to help them understand key concepts, especially those learned in the classroom
  • Teaching skills to improve academic performance, including study strategies, note-taking skills and approaches to answering test questions
  • Demonstrating academic best practices for specific subjects and assignments, including research and writing tactics
  • Developing and distributing teaching materials to supplement classroom lessons, including study guides
  • Conducting practice tests to track progress, identify areas of improvement and help set goals for exam preparation
  • Providing students positive and constructive feedback
  • Offering feedback on progress to students’ parents and teachers where appropriate
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