Pricing 2017-06-27T16:50:13+00:00

Pricing shown on this page is no longer available to new customers. It is for existing customers for reference only.

We no longer sign up new customers using any of these pricing plans.

Choose From Multiple Pricing Options

Designed to meet the needs of different sized Tutoring Companies.

The pricing plans below are for informational purposes. The sign up buttons below will take you to the contact page.  We send our monthly invoices in the first week of the calendar month. When you sign up in the middle of the month we will prepare a prorated invoice for the first month. We will email you an invoice with a payment button.

CP-5

$1250month
  • 5 Active Student Accounts
  • Additional accounts $1 per student per month*
  • Prepay a year & get 2 months free: Only $125
  • Pick this plan if you have less than 33 students enrolled monthly

CP-50

$3950month
  • 50 Active Student Accounts
  • Additional accounts $.70 per student per month*
  • Prepay a year & get 2 months free: Only $395
  • Pick this plan if you have between 33 & 78 students enrolled monthly

CP-100

$5950month
  • 100 Active Student Accounts
  • Additional accounts $.50 per student per month*
  • Prepay a year & get 2 months free: Only $595
  • Pick this plan if you have between 79 & 180 students enrolled monthly

CP-300

$9950month
  • 300 Active Student Accounts
  • Additional accounts $.30 per student per month*
  • Prepay a year & get 2 months free: Only $995
  • Pick this plan if you have more than 180 students enrolled monthly
 

*Additional usage billed monthly if invoice amount exceeds $10, otherwise billed quarterly.

Pricing Designed with your Company in Mind!

The $35 setup/activation fee is waived for new customers. Welcome aboard!
How does it work?

  • We bill active student accounts on a monthly basis. ‘Active’ means the account has a status of ‘Active’. Active student accounts allow you to grade tests for that student and for that student to access their student panel. To deactivate a student account, you need to change the status for the student account in the admin panel. ‘Activity’ of a student account is NOT based on whether a student actually logs into their account or whether or not you actually grade a test for a student. It is solely based on the status setting within each student profile. And yes, there is an easy way to deactivate larger number of student accounts, provided the students are organized into classes.
  • When you create a student account, that account is billed for one full month.  If you deactivate that student account before the full month is up, you pay for one month, even if it’s only been active for 1 day or even just 5 minutes. If you deactivate a student account after it’s been active for one month, you incur another month’s charge for that student account.
You are on the CP-5 plan (which includes 5 student accounts). You create 4 student accounts Aug 15th and another 8 student accounts Aug 20th. Sep 3rd you deactivate 3 of the accounts you created Aug 20th, and on Sep 16th you deactivate 1 account you created Aug 15th and another one you created Aug 20th.  There are no further changes until October. [I know that’s a lot of numbers, but you wanted to know how it works.] When we run our report in September (for Aug) you will have 12 (4 + 8) billable student accounts.  Your plan includes 5, so you will be billed for 7. [That wasn’t too hard. I hope you are warmed up, because now it gets tricky:] When we run our report in October (for Sep), you will have 8 billable student accounts. Your plan includes 5, so we will bill you for 3.
Here is how we came up with 8 for September:

  • Of the 4 accounts you started Aug 15, you deactivated 1 on Sep 16 (i.e. AFTER the 15th), which means you started another billable month for it. All 4 accounts started Aug 15 are billable for September.
  • Of the 8 accounts you started Aug 20, you deactivated 3 on Sep 3, which is DURING the 1st billing month for those accounts, and 1 on Sep 16, which is also still DURING the first billing month for that account. That leaves you with a total of 4 billable accounts from the batch you had created Aug 20.
  • 4 + 4 = 8