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How Much Does an Online Math Tutor Cost?

By Hugo Pegley, 15 Jun 2022

Across the world, math is the key to understanding many complex subject matters. It is also imperative that a student does not fall behind, as math typically builds on previous concepts. So, it is no secret that many typical high school and college students struggle in math classes. Due to this fact, skilled math tutors are in high demand and often charge excessive fees for tutoring in person. Experienced math tutors often charge $120 per hour or even more. However, online math tutoring is another option! 

While there are benefits of being tutored in person, an online math tutor may be able to help you in a more convenient (and certainly more cost-effective) way. The point of tutoring is to help you, the student, achieve a higher level of understanding. That is why IntMath offers a variety of tutoring options for those in need of math help.

Why is Math Tutoring Important?

Math is often one of the most challenging subjects for many students. You are not alone! Understanding math concepts is crucial to success in higher education. Receiving tutoring in math can help in the following ways:

Builds Confidence

Math can be a slippery slope. If you do not understand a concept, it is important to reinforce and understand it before moving on. Tutoring can help you understand difficult concepts and improve your self-confidence in math.

Improves Study Habits

A tutor can show a student the correct way to solve problems and help reframe their thinking.

Individualizes Concepts

We all think differently, and a tutor can help you connect to the material on a more personal level and encourage personal growth.

Math can sometimes feel like a real struggle, so try to maintain a positive attitude. These Ten Ways To Survive The Math Blues may be a big help when trying to keep perspective.

Costs Associated with a Math Tutor

Tutoring is based on supply and demand. A tutor who supports basic elementary school math concepts may not be paid as much because more tutors are available. However, a calculus tutor may fetch a higher price. There are many variables (no pun intended!) associated with math tutors; we’ll go through three in a list below.

Tutor’s Travel Time

Tutors often want to be reimbursed for traveling time to meet with you (or your student). While this is understandable, these costs can add up. If you live in a remote or rural area, this could come at a high price.

The Type of Tutoring Needed

As mentioned above, a more specialized tutor will come at a much higher price. Another consideration is how many students are being tutored. If you or your student are tutored in a group, you may be able to save some money, but this is generally a less effective approach than one on one tutoring.

Length of Tutoring Session and Frequency

A shorter lesson will cost you less. However, this may not allow you enough time to go into depth on the subject. Lesson frequency is important, obviously as well. Some tutors may offer “packages” of lessons that allow you to schedule in a way that will be most effective for you.

Understanding the best value for an in-person tutor can be tricky. In general, one-on-one tutors will be a significant cost. Depending on the subject, distance, duration, and frequency of the sessions, the costs can even be back-breaking. Luckily, there are other options for getting the support you or your student need in math.

Advantages of a Live Chat Math Tutoring Service

Logistics can be a major headache when scheduling an important math tutoring session. You will need to take the time to find a quality tutor, negotiate fees, and arrange a time to meet. And you may need to do this all before your next math test!

Instead, consider a modern solution. A live chat math tutoring service, like the one offered by IntMath, can offer math students many advantages over in-person tutoring.

Convenient

IntMath online chat is a 24/7 service. What could be more convenient than that? This time advantage reduces stress by using an online platform, especially when you need it most. We are talking to you late-night math junkies!

Affordable

Typical, conventional tutors can cost $120 an hour and often more for specialized topics. IntMath on-demand tutors average a cost of about $35 per hour. You do not need to be a math whiz to know that is a significant saving.

Vetted and Experienced

IntMath has done the work for you to find quality tutoring professionals. We only hire the best math tutors available. Many of our experts are former (or current) teachers, professors, and other education professionals. 

Working with one of our tutors, you know that you are learning the material the correct way, and you know that you can count on the knowledge you receive to be accurate and tailored to you. 

Exclusive Discounts and Services

At IntMath, we offer a discount for textbooks, which can be a major expense. You will also receive counseling for admission and financial aid at no additional cost. 

Furthermore, IntMath offers subscribers a free SAT or ACT course to help you get ready for those important tests.

IntMath Subscriptions

IntMath offers users options for math support. Each option varies in price as well as what you receive. The four plans include:

Single Question

  • $4.99/question
  • 24/7 tutor support
  • Testing help
  • Step-by-step homework help
  • No bonus offers

College Package

  • $34.99/month for unlimited questions
  • 24/7 tutor support
  • Testing help
  • Step-by-step homework help
  • Five bonus offers

High School Package

  • $34.99/month for unlimited questions
  • 24/7 tutor support
  • Testing help
  • Step-by-step homework help
  • Five bonus offers

Yearly Plan

  • $420/year for unlimited questions
  • 24/7 tutor support
  • Testing help
  • Step-by-step homework help
  • Ten bonus offers

Making Online Math Tutoring Easy

For many students, a 24/7 live chat math tutoring service will be the best choice, as it provides flexibility and accessibility at a fraction of the cost of traditional one-on-one tutoring. With online math tutoring, you may find once difficult math concepts are… easy as pi!

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