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# need info on the online tutoring of US high school students

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11 May 2013, 00:50
Hi Folks,
I would like to have some information about the options of online tutoring of US high school students (say,7th-10th standard) from India...

Basically,I heard that there are some platforms that provide this opportunity to leverage your Math/Science skills while teaching high school students ! But,frankly don't have any idea regarding the companies that provide this opportunity.(Even Google can't be of much help really )

So,would highly appreciate any inputs on this from you guys.

Much thanks!
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11 May 2013, 01:51
Tutoring US school students would be akin to working in the US and that would be illegal if you do not have a US work permit... So, I do not think that there would be any online tutoring company which will accept foreigners as tutors..
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11 May 2013, 02:31
MacFauz wrote:
Tutoring US school students would be akin to working in the US and that would be illegal if you do not have a US work permit... So, I do not think that there would be any online tutoring company which will accept foreigners as tutors..

Dude,
I'm bit skeptical about it and don't really understand how do you see it illegal as you'll not be working with US students while being in the US (so no question of work permit I think),rather it's more of a virtual classroom over internet...

P.S: I guess you're well aware of TOI in India...few months back I read somewhat like this over there.
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11 May 2013, 12:35
Hello,

You can check transwebtutors for this. I have used this website before for myself and my brother. On this website, you will find hundreds of tutors teaching students of all grades.

See if this helps you.

Thanks
Sam

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12 May 2013, 20:09
Hello,

I had a wonderful experience with the Indian Website called www transwebtutors com. Their website was easier to use and we have ample experts available at different levels. The experts are well trained to handle foreign students and they provide the same expert you wish for a long run at School and College level.

Please go through the website for further details.

Kevin

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