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Earn money from home by answering homework questions and assignments from students.


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How it Works

BROWSE QUESTIONS

Over 30 subjects to choose from! You set your own price and deadlines.

HELP STUDENTS

Provide a quality solution to the students question.

RECEIVE PAYMENT

Once the students needs are met, get paid the sum agreed upon.

Why Tutor at Studypool?

 
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Studypool is used by thousands of students, tutors and freelancers every day as a place to find and post work.

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Full Freedom

You can freely choose when you want to work and where you want to work from. As long as your work is delivered on time you have total freedom. Studypool does not impose quotas.

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Larger Earnings

Studypool has a lower commission rate than other tutoring platforms. Studypool commission ranges from 20% - 30%.

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Get more out of your Education

To become a Studypool tutor, you must either possess a degree in higher education, or be a college or university student. Reap the benefits of your expertise!

Highest Earners 2015

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Robert F
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$143992.84
 
 
henryprofessor
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henry
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Recent Questions From Students

OVER 10,000 QUESTIONS POSTED DAILY

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Hi guys, I need help studying for my CALC 164 exam. I want a custom study guide to help me with the areas I'm bad at. This includes:The Chain rule Newtons methodLeibniz ruleSum Rule for IntegrationAlso, please find 5-10 sample quetions for each topics for me. (with comprehensive solutions!). 
by Kiki Hainsworth
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$30.00 - $50.00

 
 
An object has an acceleration of 12 m/s/s. If the mass of the object decreased by 2, then the new acceleration would be ___ m/s/s for the object.
by johnnyz
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$1.00 - $5.00

 
 
A standing wave with n=7 in a pipe 0.50 m in length and filled with air has a top open to the air and the bottom closed? I want to calculate the frequency created by this standing wave assuming the air is at room temperature. How can I do this?
by Roger Smith
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If you make a hundred dollars by betting one dollar what percentage profit did you make on your bet?I think it's 990% but I don't know how to explain or show my work. Could some one explain this for me?
by cobra
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$3.00 - $4.00

 
 
Differentiate between coaching and mentoring. Provide an example to support how either of the two was used successfully in your current or past work life.
by candie70
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$2.00 - $3.00

 
 
3x+4=25.  What is X? Show steps.
by sarinasays
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$1.00 - $1.00

 
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There’s something satisfying about helping students solve problems you remember struggling with yourself in the past.

Kind of like running into someone you’ve not met in a long time, except you are doing so much better than them now.

—Michel B.

Stanford University
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Back in high school, I was the go-to person for homework help in my class. At my university I organized and lead study groups on a weekly basis.

I guess I’m just one of those people who really enjoy school, so tutoring at Studypool while finishing my Masters Program in Literature is an obvious choice. :)

—Jennifer M.

New York University
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I remember back in junior high, I had a really great math teacher.

He took a subject I hated and made it fun and engaging for me. I think that’s what inspired me to become a teacher.

My goal is to make an impact on my students not only academically but in other areas of their lives as well.

—Gavin M.

Brown University