Terms and Conditions for using CollegeTutorOnline.com
CollegeTutorOnline.com supports the honor codes of all institutions of learning and provides academic assistance for no other reason than to help students learn. When using our services you agree to use this assistance in a manner consistent with the ethical and moral guidelines of your educational facility, and as such, we forbid the use of our services for any other purpose. Any use of our services in violation of the ethical standards of your college or university could lead to serious probationary or punitive measures by your school.
CollegeTutorOnline.com does not guarantee that help will be provided for each and every request you submit, nor does it guarantee that it will be provided quickly enough to satisfy the needs of every student. Remember – good teaching often requires preparation, and online tutoring is no exception to that rule.
Many problems in math and science can be solved more than one way. Our online tutoring does not guarantee that the methods it offers to students will satisfy the expectations or requirements of every teacher/professor/instructor. If you need a specific method to be used, you must make it clear to the tutor when you submit your request, or at the beginning of your online tutoring session.
All users of our service will get a price quote on any new request. After you have received your price quote, you have the option of accepting the quote by authorizing payment. When you authorize a quote, your credit card or PayPal account will be billed. When the tutor finishes assisting you, the request will be closed. You will not be charged for follow-up questions and/or explanations if they are limited in number.
While we will often answer simple, quick questions about homework for free, if you require more extensive homework help, you will need to pay for an online tutoring session, where the use of a headset/mic or headphone is recommended. Our real-time, online tutoring sessions are both professional and inexpensive.
Refunds are available if you and the tutor both agree that one is appropriate. If you and the tutor disagree on whether a refund is warranted, an independent, third-party arbitrator who is an expert in that subject area will be used to decide whether a refund will be given, and if so, how much should be refunded.