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Old 05-30-2012, 10:04 PM
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Default tutor.com mock sessions

hey guys!

So I just sent in my paperwork for tutor.com (tax and background check stuff), and once I hear back the next step for me will be to schedule a mock session.

Right now, I'm placed in all the elementary/middle school maths, but I'm pretty sure none of those need tutors at the moment. I placed to tutor physics and chemistry and both are in need of tutors so I'm assuming my mock session will test me on one of those.

Since physics and chemistry are a lot tougher than most of the other subjects, I'm a little worried I'm going to get stumped during my mock session, especially in physics which I was actually kinda surprised I passed.

I'm wondering if anyone has done a mock session in these subjects and can give me an idea if they are going to ask a very basic question just to get an idea of your tutoring style or if they are going to ask a question that could potentially stump me to make sure you know all the material. I'm especially worried in physics because I feel I really understand most topics but some topics I don't remember much at all and need to refresh my memory (example, circuits!)

Are they going to be a lot like the subject exam questions (which were kind of tough!) or more basic?

Thanks!
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