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So, I've found myself with a free summer, and I'd like to make some spending money. I have teaching experience, both paid and as a volunteer tutor, and a 175 LSAT. I live in the GTA. Does anyone have any experience teaching prep courses in the area? Thanks!

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Kaplan hires tons of people in all major cities. Should be lots of opportunities in GTA. The interview process is quite onerous. Multiple video interviews where you do staged lessons. You have to put considerable preparation/work in to complete the interview (moreso than a standard job interview), and of course may not even get the job. The pay is minimal. I jumped through these hoops and ultimately did not get an offer - I guess they did not think that my abrasive personality was a good fit.

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