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Applying to Tutor.com

Thanks for your interest in becoming an online tutor with Tutor.com. The online tutor application is a five-step process. This is the only way to apply to become a tutor. No resumes will be accepted.

After completing our online tutoring application, you may be asked to take a subject exam in the subjects you are interested in tutoring. If you successfully complete the subject exams along with a brief writing sample, you will be given a mock session with an online tutor. Following a successful mock session, once you pass a background check, you will be able to tutor! The majority of this process takes place online and is self-paced. An applicant being considered for our high-demand subjects who moves quickly from step to step can usually become a tutor within 2 weeks.

We give preference to tutors who are approved in more than one subject.

Remember: There are no fees or costs associated with applying to become a Tutor.com tutor.

If your application is accepted, but we do not have availability for your approved subjects, you may be placed on a waiting list. As soon as an opening is available, we will contact you to complete the remainder of the screening process. You can minimize your time on the waiting list by taking the exams for our high-demand subjects.

We are now accepting applications!

Preference is currently being given to applicants who can tutor any of the following subjects:

  • Accounting
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • College Statistics
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Physics
  • Statistics

Please visit our FAQ for qualifications, eligibility and system requirements.

Tutor.com is an equal opportunity employer. All hiring decisions are subject to immigration laws pertaining to work authorization requirements. Tutor.com considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state, or federal law.