HomeworkMinutes.com is an online marketplace for homework assistance and tutoring.
Students can post their questions to get tutorials and help from tutors and other students, along with a due-date before which help will be required, and a price which they are willing to pay for the help.
The posted question is made available to all the tutors and other students on the website for them to submit tutorials in response to the question.
Students get a chance to preview random portion of all the tutorials. This helps them to choose one that is more relevant and detailed, and finally purchase it. After making the payment, the tutorial is immediately made available to the students for downloading and studying.
Similarly, if someone is an expert on particular subject, they can write tutorials for questions posted by students on this website. Experts can also post questions on their favourite subjects and then post tutorials for the same.
All the tutorials are available for other students to purchase for the price set by the experts. This way students get academic help and tutors can make money by helping the students!
The tutors / experts have to spend a lot of their time and efforts in writing up good quality tutorials so that the students can really understand the concept.
In turn they do charge for a nominal fee for helping the students in a responsible manner.
Our rating system is designed to help both the students and tutors / experts.
Registering with us is easy and free. Nothing is to be paid at the time of registering. Posting a tutorial is free too. The tutors who answer those tutorials can put a price to that answer. In order to access the answer you will have to purchase the answer by paying the amount asked by the tutor.
A fee of $0.30 + 3.4% will be charged for each purchase that occurs. For example, if a purchase of $10 takes place, a total amount of $10.64 will be charged as payment
A student can post their academic question on HomeworkMinutes.com through the Ask a Question link available on top of every page.
While posting a question, they need to specify:
- a Title (brief introduction on the what the question is about)
- detailed Question (the actual question that requires help, along with any file attachments)
- the Price that they are willing to pay for a good tutorial
- the Due date, before which the tutorial is required
- the Subject / Topic to which the question relates
As soon as the student posts a question, it becomes available to everybody on the site-students, tutors everyone. The tutors can then post their answers with a price. The students will get a preview of the answers posted by the tutors. The preview will include a part of the answer posted by the tutor. In order to access the full answer, the student will have to pay the price demanded by the tutor.
When a student posts a question, they can set a price they are "Willing to Pay" for a tutorial. This generally depends on the expected complexity of the question, along with the urgency and effort required to write the tutorial. This is only indicative to let the tutors/experts know that the student is willing to pay this much.
However, the Tutor can have a different perspective over the complexity of the tutorial and the efforts required to write the tutorial can also vary.
They can therefore ask for a higher / lower price that what is being "Offered" by the student.
It is also possible that multiple tutors post their tutorial in response to a single question or topic, and all of them can have a different "Asked Price".
It is up to the student to finally decide whether they want to buy the tutorial at the price set by the tutor / expert or they may request the tutor to adjust the price by sending the message.
Definitely! Anyone can browse through existing questions on the topic of their choice.
If they find a question relevant to them, they can also preview the existing tutorials submitted against it.
If they like the preview, they can make the payment and purchase the tutorial to get immediate access to the complete tutorial.
This also holds true even if the original question poster has not purchased the given tutorial!
Even if you don't have a PayPal account, you can pay by using your credit or debit card without even registering for an account. In order to do so:
For every tutorial posted in response to a question, 20-25% random portion of the actual Tutorial is picked and made available to all the users. This is never the last 20% of the tutorial text.
An approximate number of words in the tutorial, as well as the size and type of attachment files of the tutorials is also shown to the students.
This preview can give you an idea of how effective the complete tutorial would be.
The interest of the Tutor is also preserved this way, as the students can't read their entire tutorial without paying for it!
All the Questions are arranged on HomeworkMinutes.com according to the subject and categories. This has been devised to ensure better and effective organization of all the questions and tutorials on the website.
This way the experts can find the questions on their relevant topics easily and students can get help in lesser time.
Even the students can browse through existing questions on the website to look for a question that has already been answered by some expert!
This saves time and provides better visibility to the questions as well as tutorials to everyone.
As soon as you purchase a tutorial, you can find that tutorial along with your previously purchased tutorials in the "Purchased Tutorials" link present on the top of the page (see the illustration below).
This link is also available to you once you have logged in to your account.
Yes it is absolutely safe and secure. The payment is processed through Paypal and our website never saves any of your confidential details from your Paypal Account.
If you are not satisfied with an answer you've purchased please contact the teacher via a message. It might be a simple misunderstanding you can quickly overcome.
If this fails to resolve the issue, please contact us at with your issue. Any issue can be filed up to 25 days after a payment was made.
Good to see you interested. Just register with us and start answering the questions.
In order to be successful, see for yourself if your answer is in accordance with the price and keep a good rating and maintain it!
Note: You need to be logged in to your account in order to view the link "Submit a Tutorial" for a given question.
Yes. Experts can post tutorials in response to questions on the subjects of their choice, and set a price for it.
Students get a preview of the posted tutorial and if they like it, they pay the price asked by the tutors/experts in order to get access to the complete tutorial.
HomeworkMinutes.com deducts a nominal transaction fee and rest of the amount is credited to tutor's account.
In order to get paid, you need to have a PayPal account and you need to confirm it with us. You can do that by going into "Profile" section after logging into your account. (see the illustration below)
When a student buys your answer, you'll get payment through your PayPal account.
A Private Message notifying the teacher of a payment is sent immediately when a tutorial is purchased.
There is no need to withdraw funds. Payments are sent to the teacher's PayPal account when they are due. A list a all payments are available at "Account Transactions" section, once you've logged in.
Fees are charged from teachers as follows:
You will have your payments realized thrice in a month.
Like whatever is earned from 1st to 10th of every week, we will process that to your registered paypal id on 21st to 23rd.
Same way, whatever is earned from 11th to 20th of every week will be processed to your registered paypal id from 1st to 3rd of the coming month. Payment earned between 21st to end of month with be processed from 11th to 13th.
Yes to increase your earnings, you can post your previously done tutorial for an assignment. You can post the question and the tutorial as well.
To avoid any dispute with the student who buys your already used tutorial for assignment, it is advisable to put "used before" after the title in the solution.
Feedback for Tutorials and Tutors: