9 Sites That Pay You to Do Homework for Others

When I was in school, I would have given anything to have someone do my homework. If only I had known that it was possible…

There are websites that actually pay you to do homework for other people.

The deeper your knowledge is, the higher your chances are to make a decent wage. Moreover, if you are good at subjects such as finances, math, and physics, then you will have a better chance of earning a respectable income.

Doing homework for other people can be deemed unethical, especially when completing graded assignments. Make sure answers to homework questions can only be used as a tutoring aid or a reference.

Without further ado, here is a list of websites that pay you to do homework for others.

1. Homework Market

Homework Market connects students with tutors that can help them with their homework.

The two main services of the site are:

  • Proofreading homework assignments
  • Answering specific questions

In order to become a verified tutor, you need to create a profile with a short description and the degrees you hold.

You get paid between $5 and $20 per answer. Check out homeworkmarket.com for employment opportunities.

2. School Solver

School Solver is a marketplace for school projects, assignments, and homeworks.

When asking a question, students assign how much they are willing to pay. You will also get paid each time another student gets access to your answers.

The site charges 20% of the fees as the commission. Payments are done via Paypal and can be requested in your account page.

Check out School Solver’s official website for more information.

3. Help with Assignment (HwA)

HwA brings students who need help on assignments and experts from around the world together.

To become one of their experts, the following criteria must be met:

  • Have a Master or PhD in the subject.
  • Teaching experience of over 2 years.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • English proficiency.

So, it is pretty difficult to get hired by HwA. However, they have a lot of students waiting for:

  • Help with assignments
  • Online tutoring
  • More answers in HwA’s solution library

Check out their website for more information. You can apply at HwA by sending an email.

4. 24 hour answers

24 hours answers is a website dedicated to college homework help. Their services include online tutoring, homework assistance, and a library of academic solutions.

As a tutor, you need to estimate how long it will take to complete the work submitted. Then pricing can be discussed freely with the students.

They have rather strict requirements:

  • Hold at least a bachelor’s degree.
  • English proficiency, both written and spoken.

If you want to apply for this job, you can visit 24houranswers.com.

5. Chegg

Chegg is one of the most popular platforms that connects tutors with students. This company provides student services like homework help, online tutoring and test preparation.

Tutors have to hold at least a bachelor’s degree. Top tutors can earn $1,000+/month. Starting at $20+/hour.

Chegg has a ranking of the best tutors. So once you have built a strong reputation, you’ll have a lot of tutoring opportunities.

Check out this page to start tutoring online with Chegg.

6. Tutor.com

Tutor.com is one of the most popular tutoring websites.

The company pays by the hour depending on the subject. The salary varies between $5 and 20$ an hour, taking into account bonuses and incentives.

Working at Tutor.com requires that you live in the US or Canada, are enrolled in, or have graduated from an accredited US or Canadian college or university. You also need to be available for a minimum of 5 hours per week.

You can apply on this page.

7. Studypool

Studypool is a platform that allows tutors to bid on questions submitted by students.

The easiest way to land your first job is by bidding on questions with smaller budgets. If a student can afford your bid and thinks you’re the right tutor, great — you have the job.

Studypool claims that some tutors earn up to $7,500 monthly. You usually get paid between $5 and $20 per answer.

If you want more information, you can visit Studypool’s website.

8. Wyzant

Wyzant is a platform that connects students to tutors.

Online lessons take place one-on-one with your student in an interactive, digital classroom. Wyzant’s classroom provides video chat and an interactive whiteboard.

You set your own rate. So you earn what you deserve for your qualifications and experience.

Visit wyzant’s official website for more information.

9. TutorMe

TutorMe is an online education platform that provides on-demand tutoring and online courses.

You are required to have mastery of subjects tutored and to be enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited university.

Tutors earn at least $16/hour (plus bonuses).

Visit tutor Tutorme.com for more information.

  • Saurabh Gupta
    July 2, 2020 at 11:45 am

    Thank you for sharing these websites. I am an undergraduate, I look forward helping other students as a teacher. If any of these sites give me a chance, I will do the job.
    This is a very good opportunity for me.

  • Jag Persaud
    August 8, 2020 at 1:52 pm

    Thank you for this valuable information, I am a doctorate student looking forward to helping younger students.

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