Online Teacher and Tutor for Princeton Review
Summary(Review): Princeton Review is currently hiring teachers and tutors all across the United States. You must live in the US and have a native accent. Start off by completing their online application next is an in-person interview and then a background check. They provide a paid training program for their online ESL teachers. One of the main aspects of the job is with test preparation so you should have a background in that area.
Job Overview for Online Teacher and Tutor
Pay Rate per Hour:
Elementary & Junior (age 5-15)
High School & College Prep (age 15-18)
Adult (age 18+)
Late Afternoon (3pm-6pm)
Job Details for Online Teacher and Tutor
Native North American
Native Australian/New Zealand
Native South Africa
Bachelor or above
Min Hours Week:
Min Uploading: 5 MB/s
Min Downloading: 10 MB/s
Online Teacher and Tutor Job Description
Most of our classes and tutorials take place on nights and weekends. This means you can still hold on to your full-time job, school commitments or other opportunities. In fact, many of our teachers and tutors work or study full time. Simply give us your availability when you start, and we’ll work with you.
Skip the commute! Tutoring students online, or teaching online classes allows you to teach from any quiet place with a stable, high-speed internet connection.
Our training ensures you will teach and tutor with confidence. Our industry-leading technology and materials guarantee you and your students the most effective and up-to-date prep available.
There’s plenty of room to grow within the company by cross-training in multiple subjects, proctoring, tutoring and teaching in person and online, and more. Learn more about international teaching opportunities.
Make a difference
We are not just test prep. Our teachers and tutors are sometimes the difference between students getting into their dream colleges or their safety schools, and that means a lot. By working with us you will enrich the lives of thousands of students.
Q: When are courses offered?
Mostly nights and weekends, but it will vary depending on the time of year and whether you teach online or in person. We occasionally offer daytime schedules as well. Check out the course schedules on our website, www.princetonreview.com , by clicking on the test type in question and entering your zip/postal code.
Q: Do I have to teach certain hours?
We’re looking for candidates who are able to consistently work a minimum of 5 hours per week for at least 1 year. We collect availability from our teachers regularly and adjust assignments to match your specific availability
Q: Where does teaching take place?
In-person classes take place at our retail locations and at universities, high schools and other local institutions. Tutors often tutor in students’ homes or at an agreed-upon meeting place. LiveOnline instructors can teach from anywhere that’s quiet and has a stable, high-speed internet connection.
Online Teacher and Tutor Job Requirements
We’ll then ask you to take a qualifying exam in each test type you’re interested in teaching. You can take as many as you like, and you must pass by your second attempt in order to be approved.
Q: Am I qualified to teach for The Princeton Review?
If you answer yes to everything below, you qualify!
- Currently reside in either the U.S. or Canada
- At least 18 years old
- Have a valid Social Security Number or Social Insurance Number
- Eligible to work in the U.S. or Canada
- Available to commit to at least 5 hours per week on a regular basis
- Able to pass our qualifying exam and training
- Possess strong oral and written communication skills
- Able to create a dynamic and interesting learning environment for students
Additional criteria for MCAT instructors:
- Candidates currently pursuing or in possession of a bachelor’s degree or higher preferred
Online Teacher and Tutor Salary and Compensation
Q: How much are teachers paid?
You’ll be paid a competitive, set hourly rate and a separate rate for any administrative work you may undertake. Bonus opportunities are also available.
How to Apply to Online Teacher and Tutor?
Online Teacher and Tutor Interview Process & Tips
How to Apply?
- You’ll start by completing our online application.
- We’ll then ask you to take a qualifying exam in each test type you’re interested in teaching. You can take as many as you like, and you must pass by your second attempt in order to be approved.
- It’s time to meet you!
4. Background Check
- You must authorize and pass a background check before you start training.
- Once you’re approved, you’ll attend one of our 2-to-5-week training programs for each test-type you applied to teach. The training program is paid and will involve self-paced, online assignments as well as in-person work with a trainer. In-person sessions take place on weekends.
Once you’re approved, we’ll enroll you in the next available training, but depending on the subject and time of year, you may need to wait a little while.
Company Information for Princeton Review
For more than 35 years, students have trusted The Princeton Review to provide resources for better grades, higher test scores, and stronger applications. Whether students are prepping for the MCAT, GMAT, LSAT, GRE, SAT, or ACT; getting top-notch admissions counseling, or learning effective problem-solving strategies via homework help, The Princeton Review offers unmatched expertise and strategies for success.