How it works
It’s dead easy. Find a tutor, get in touch using our secure website, arrange a lesson, top up your minutes and get started using our very clever online tutoring classroom.
Who it works for
Online tutoring suits anyone studying inside or outside formal education. Our customers include everyone from those at school or univerisity through to home schoolers, overseas students and adult learners.
Your chance to be part of our online masterclasses. The timetable of masterclasses covers all the main topics and revision which we know students look for help with.
Led by academic experts, this is your chance to learn from a leading light without having to leave home.
Unlike video masterclasses, it’s just like being in a lecture hall. You can ask questions, be part of a discussion, and access the notes electronically afterwards. But you can do it all in your pyjamas, without having to leave home. Register your interest and we’ll keep you informed of what’s happening when.
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Our free-to-use Q&A hub lets students ask questions of other students and tutors. All you have to do is ask a question and then wait to see what the online community has to say.
Ally cooked a total amount of 3 kg and 530 gram of rice from Monday to Wednesday. She cooked 4 kg and 570 gram from Thursday to Saturday. On average, how much rice did she cook per day?
Bethany cooked a total amount of 3 kg and 530 g of rice from Monday to Wednesday. She cooked 4 kg 570 g from Thursday to Saturday. On average, how much rice did she cook per day?
give a condition on n that is sufficient but not necessary for n/3 belonging to Z.
give a condition on n that is necessary but not sufficient for n/3 belonging to Z