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How to Start your Lesson in 4 Simple Steps

Choose the right tutor

Choose the perfect tutor for your learning needs by browsing through the profiles of tutors, and directly message them via the Contact me. You can also post a job, pick the right tutor from the received proposals. If you contacted a tutor...

Students are required to after their first message to a new tutor in order to continue messaging or schedule lessons. You are welcome to share your phone number with a student once they have . If a student/parent don’t want to go through the hassle of posting a job or the process of booking a lesson, the student should...

If you wish to have a low star rating edited or removed, here are some options:

  1. Contact the student. Students have 12 days from the time a lesson was submitted to edit their star rating. Your can reach out to students via OnlineTutorLy M...


To begin an online lesson with a student:

  1. Send a tutoring request. To send a tutoring request, login, click on your name at the top right, click Help & Support, under Query, select ‘Lesson Request’.
  2. Click Submit.
  3. You and your ...

To add your work experience and education, login to , click on your name at the top right hand, click on edit my profile, click on experience and education. Fill in your details and collapse the box back. Please note, you need to add an information in the description for it to show on your profile.

Your proposal is often your first interaction with a potential student. It’s your , highlight your expertise, and show the student why you’re the best tutor for his/her learning needs.

OnlineTutorLy is the workplace for tutoring, giving talented tutors like you access to the best tutoring opportunities. Although you need to decide what works best for you, here are some tips from successful tutors and students that can help you create a winning proposal.

Why isn't it good to use a template?

  • If your proposal isn’t crafted well, it won’t get you jobs. Period.
  • Once you have a template, you may start skipping the job description and apply robotically. You should always read the job descr...