Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of students do our school cater?

Our schools are designed to accommodate individuals from diverse age groups and backgrounds. We provide teaching services to different schools that caters different type of student, whether they are a young learner, a working professional, a retiree, or someone in between.

Do you provide materials, and are they accessible for use?

Yes, we offer over 10,000 materials that are freely available for use. These materials cover a wide range of subjects and are accessible for your use as needed.

Do you offer group lessons?

Yes, we do provide group lessons. Although not frequent, many of our cram schools handle multiple students within a lesson with proper assistance with their school teacher.

How do teachers schedule their lessons, and what flexibility do they have?

Our teachers enjoy the flexibility to book lessons based on their convenience. They have access to a scheduling system that allows them to choose lesson times that align with their availability. This flexibility empowers them to manage their schedules effectively.

What is the duration of each lesson?

Each lesson typically lasts 25 minutes, allowing for a structured yet adaptable learning experience tailored to the needs of the student and the subject matter being taught.

When are the peak hours for lessons?

Our peak lesson hours are from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM JST and again from 4:00 PM to 9:30 PM JST. During these times, we experience higher demand for lessons and teacher availability, providing optimal scheduling options for our students.

What platforms are used for conducting lessons?

We primarily use our dedicated website for lesson monitoring, complemented by Skype and/or Zoom for real-time interactions between students and teachers. This combination ensures a comprehensive and interactive learning environment.

How do teachers receive their payment for lessons taught?

Teachers can receive their salaries by providing their personal bank account details, enabling us to directly transfer their earnings to their specified accounts securely and efficiently.

Is the salary earned through freelance teaching at your school taxable?

Yes, salaries earned by freelance teachers are subject to taxation. Teachers are required to submit their Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) during the application process. However, if teachers provide a Sworn Statement and Certificate of Registration (COR), it can potentially help reduce the tax amount deducted from their salary.

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