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Setting up an online resource of my own, any takes?

 
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misspiggy



Joined: 02 Jan 2015
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 02, 2015 11:18 pm    Post subject: Setting up an online resource of my own, any takes? Reply with quote

Hello, I am right now a senior in college about to head into my last semester towards earning a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry with ACS Certification. I know that is a mouthful, but the reason I mention the certificate is that it requires a student to complete several extra math courses beyond what is needed for a BS and even BA.

Right now, I planning on setting up a tutoring website with resources to help teach students the core concepts in a utilizing a variety of methods. However, this will, as you can imagine, take time to create each resource and set up the website. I am excited to start; I even want to begin before this semester kicks-off and I am willing to take time out of my schedule to invest in the webpage. I am right now looking around to see if anyone would find this helpful and if they are really interested in using this type of website?

Here are a few other details about what I'm thinking for the site:

I am willing to answer student and parent questions at a certain time each day.

I probably could only post one resource at a time. I've already timed how long they take, and I think a post once a week is due-able. But, that also means it can only be for one math level. I'm thinking pre-algebra because it seems that the transition between arithmetic to algebra trips a lot of students up and I would love to help build the foundation of understanding they need for higher grade levels.

Each resource will be free; however, there will be advertisements. They would not be excessive and with the ad service I am planning on using, I will be approving appropriate ads. Also, I really love tutoring and teaching, but I also need a source of some income. I work a 10 hour job during the semester in the chemistry department, but minimum wage is low right now, I am relying on loans, and it would be nice to have even a little return to help out.

That's all I can really think of. If any one knows another forum I can post the same question, that would be super helpful. If I only get a total of a few or so replies though, I am willing to work out possible tutoring help one-on-one. Just let me know.
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Egl59



Joined: 09 Mar 2018
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It is quite difficult to start the test preparations without proper guidance, especially when we talk about the competitive tests. Even I am struggling to pass my LSAT and will take it for the third time in June. This time I have subscribed to one of the TestMax LSAT Prep Courses and hoping to get success in this attempt.
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