How to make an appointment
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Prior to your appointment, you must send us your document and indicate in your email your primary and secondary questions.
If you choose to send us a Google Docs link, make sure to set your sharing permissions for this particular document from “Restricted” to “Anyone with the link,” and that you also gave us permission to add comments in the margin (you can access these parameters by clicking on the “Share” button at the top-right corner of the website). We will annotate the document using the “Comment” function, and, if you would like, you can react to this feedback in real time if the tutor’s comments elicits a follow-up question.
If you send us a Word document, we will use the “Comment” as well as the “Track Changes” functions to give our feedback.
Appointments are available in 30-minute blocks and can be booked using the TimeTap link above. If you cannot make it to your scheduled appointment, please cancel as soon as possible using the TimeTap link so that the session can be made available to other students. Please note that you cannot schedule back-to-back appointments to make sure that everyone has an equal opportunity to benefit from appointments.
Until further notice, tutoring sessions will take place online. We can have a virtual meeting using an online platform or, prior to your appointment, you can send us your document to review, either in Word format (.doc or .docx files) or via a link to a Google Docs document.
If you would prefer a video call consultation, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.