Setting Your First Test Prep or Math Tutoring Session

Setting Your First Session

Welcome to mcstutoring.com and thank you for setting up a preliminary test prep or math tutoring session.

From the mcstutoring.com site, you値l click on the SCHEDULE A SESSION button.

From this page, you値l click on the FIRST TIME CONSULTATION button.

Setting Your First Session

Selecting the Date and Time of Your Preliminary Test Prep or Math Tutoring Session

Immediately, you値l see a drop down of available times for your first, hour-long session. Even if your future sessions might be 30 or 90 minutes rather than 60 minutes, one hour is a good length to gauge whether it is a good fit for test preparation or math tutoring for you.

Click on the time you see that works for you. Should you wish to set a preliminary tutoring or test prep session more than a week in advance, just click on MORE TIMES.

For this tutorial, we値l select May 10th at 1 pm.

Then click CONTINUE.

Then you値l fill out the boxes with your name, phone number and email.

Your Information For Your First Session

These are all so that the site can email you a confirmation, and text you a reminder prior to your session.

Only first time students will be asked to provide this information about the student, such as grade level, test prep or math tutoring, and additional details.

If there is particular information you壇 like me to know more than the bare essentials, you can enter it here. Otherwise, you can leave it blank.

Paying for Your Preliminary Session

You can pay via PayPal. Since PayPal accepts credit cards, you needn’t have a PayPal account to pay for your session.

An important detail: you can reschedule or cancel up to 6 hours before the set time of the session by clicking on the appropriate link in your confirmation email.

After Your First Session

Thanks and contact me through the mcstutoring.com site if you have further questions.

Martin

By Martin

Martin McSweeney is a National Merit Finalist, Pomona College Graduate, and member of MENSA. He has worked at the Center for Talented Youth (Loyola Marymount University campus); Upward Bound (Harvey Mudd campus); various test prep companies; and Whittier High School. Now, Martin helps students of all abilities improve their relationship with math.