Whether you’re a business student seeking more broad accounting help in financial or managerial accounting or an accounting major pursuing a CPA career, an online accounting tutor will help you meet your goals. It’s just important that you select your tutor wisely.
If you are an undergraduate college or university student, you’ll want to make sure the tutor you choose has the right background and wealth of knowledge to provide you with the level of accounting help you’ll need. You’ll likely want to connect with a tutor(s) with a master’s degree - or who are currently completing their master’s degree - in a relevant subject area.
In the case you are a high school student seeking accounting practice with an online tutor, you’ll want to make sure your tutor has college/university experience with accounting and/or is a certified teacher capable of providing the help you need.
So how do you make sure? There are a couple of things students in search of accounting tutoring can do to make sure they’re connecting with the right tutor(s): review tutor profiles and and contact tutors. Read the info listed on a tutor’s profile to gauge his or her experience and to see specialty subjects. Then feel free to send a message to any tutors you think might be a good fit; you can outline the type of material you need help with to make sure the tutor will be able to help you best.