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Do you have a title in Chemistry? A high SmartScore? Willing to help. And want to earn OwlBucks? And want to wear the Qualified Helper Q proudly on your name! Apply here: https://docs.google.com/a/openstudy.com/forms/d/1cLSfy2UkEaZPeUtcAmpHauWPHiWs_E1SFSy9Hel00fI/viewform
And if Biology or History is your thing, apply. Lets stack the decks for fall. Line up the support. Get ready!
hmmm... I think before this goes further, Qualified Helpers section (at least in the Math section) needs Quality Control lessons. I've been seeing comments about how some users aren't satisfied with the help after payment. :/
how high does your score have to be ?
For the Math section it's 80 SS + I think the other subjects might have the same requirement?
I'm hoping that I can be a qualified helper in chemistry, I was waiting to apply until I got the 80SS
@Preetha we got quality control issues here for QH in the Math section. If users pay with owlbucks, receive poor service, and this trend continues, no one is going to buy owlbucks and use this. So my question is how can the QH program be improved? Source: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/55c7459ae4b08de2ded5abaa http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/55c290fbe4b08de2ded1f56f
If you're a QH in math, do you still get notifications from the qualified help questions from chemistry? Is it all interrelated? @UsukiDoll That does suck, but sometimes the questions themselves can be a bit..ambiguous, and 2 out of I don't know how many have been asked, so it doesn't seem too bad to me. Though I do think that should not be the case, maybe for the QH questions there should be a satisfied button that the original poster can check/ click to let the qualified helpers know they are satisfied with their problem, and if not, the qualified helpers or others can go back and answer it until they are :-).
there was another one, but it's buried around somewhere. It was back in June
$2 may not be a lot now, but in the long term it can add up. So, if users receive poor service and not get a refund they would think like aww I would've paid for gas or buy a meal at a fast food place.
Is it compulsary for the ss to become 80+ if u start Qh 4 biology?
would like to be one :)
Not good at chemistry, But I'm an expert of literature, English, writing and health sciences.
@Preetha When is history coming?
Im not 18 but I am great at history ;-; thats my most favorite subject. Dont really want the money just want the sign
Will there be exceptions? For the other subjects. Because I'm like @just_one_last_goodbye I could care less bout the money.
@aaronq @JoannaBlackwelder @matt101 @Australopithecus @Abhisar @chmvijay just tagging the chem experts so apply :)
so they apply*
I can't commit to 2+ hours 7 days a week. Does that disqualify me? @Preetha
I would apply to this but I have some concerns regarding the explanations expected. >In what depth does the explanation need to be? Can they ask follow up questions on the same post? If so, is there a limit? i.e. I just don't wanna be parroting content that can easily be found in a textbook because the asker is simply too "unmotivated" to read. >What is the time expected for each question? I like to help, but I can't be answering a single question for an hour. >Are full solutions expected, or would explanations (step-by-step if needed) without the actual (numerical or conceptual) answer suffice? This is regarding online school cheating issues. >What if one can't be online everyday? These are some of the things that I would like to know about.
Thinking about applying for Qualified helper in chem once I get to 80+, but what if you can't answer a question or provide an adequate explanation? just curious.
then the asker gets a refund, most likely
@TheSmartOne is right... if the asker isn't satisfied, they can ask for a refund...but I've read that it's best to contact Preetha instead of that email provided because from what I was told by one user, the email bounces.