That Tutor Guy is a website that offers students of all ages access to math and science tutoring lectures and videos so that they can successfully supplement their traditional classroom learning.
Chris, the website's creator, is a Stanford University graduate in mechanical engineer who eventually began tutoring kids in math and science in his part time.
Unfortunately he realized that in person tutoring was something that most people could not afford, so he recorded these videos and created his website in order to help as many students as possible.
How Does That Tutor Guy Work?
Customers can go to his website and choose what level of membership they are interested in, or which they can best afford.
Once you have signed up and created an account, you can choose from his selection of Science classes, which include Chemistry and Physics, or Math classes, which include Middle School, Pre Algebra, Algebra, College Algebra, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and other courses.
Students are encouraged to learn at their own pace and to re-watch the videos whenever they need.
New users can pay $7 for a 7 day trial of everything that is available on the website. Once you are ready to commit to a full time membership, you can subscribe to a 6 month membership for which you pay $97 upfront ($16 per month) and then $16 per month thereafter.
Unfortunately this website does not detail any potential Refund Policy for members. Likely this is because users have the option of purchasing both a trial and month-to-month service which can be cancelled at any time.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by submitting them directly to their website through the Contact Us link.
That Tutor Guy has actually begun to grow in popularity and to gain positive reviews, both from users themselves and from independent reviews who have looked at the materials he offers.
Competitors and Alternatives?
Websites that offer students and adults the ability to learn things online, both for free and for affordable prices, are growing in popularity and are starting to be very well known, including Skillshare, Quizlet.com, Khan Academy, and many more.
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