After looking at over 20 online tutoring services, scheduling appointments with tutors, and using the payment and course organization features each site offers, we’ve curated a list of the best sites for online tutoring.
Of the services we tested, we think Chegg has the best platform and scheduling options available.
Skooli validates the credentials of tutors working for them.
They only host profiles of tutors with teaching or specialized certification or some graduate education, so, if you’re looking for help with a particularly difficult course, the tutors on this site are likely to be equipped to help.
That said, it can be nice to use the service to find local tutors so you have a way to keep a record of your sessions and to pay your tutor’s fee.
Chegg records the lesson, chat, and notes for you to access later, which can be great for review or to ensure your child’s safety if they are working with someone on the site.
Even with up-to-date learning and scheduling tools, Chegg only charges a standard, lower rate for their tutoring sessions.
If you sign up for a weekly or month-long subscription, you can get rates as low as 40 cents a minute for service, compared with other programs that charge over a dollar.
Chegg offers up-to-date features, fast service, and records for you to keep in your profile to facilitate continued learning.
This combination makes them one of the best services available.
You can narrow down the search for your tutor by region, so you can meet in public and get help, rather than working online.