frequently asked questions

1. Do I need to be an expert with computers to take online classes?

No, only a basic understanding of using computers is needed. The reserving of classes within our system is very simple and graphical, and we provide you with have a video to show you how to register, reserve and make payments.

2. Is there a cost for me to register as a new student? Or Are there any hidden costs or additional taxes?

No, there is no cost to register and the price we publish is the price you pay.

3. Do I need to have already studied Spanish before beginning with classes?

No, we definitely don’t ask our student to have attained a certain grammatical level or have any other requirements. The fundamental purpose is to start from basics. Our teachers are known for having a lot of patience, and are those who effectively guide your learning of Spanish and they have the ability to speak English in cases where required, but our classes are 100% in Spanish.

4. How do I cancel a class?

All cancellations should be made with 24 hours notice, to avoid loosing your credit. In a special case, we could be more flexible.

5. How much time is tolerated, in case of being tardy?

The teacher will wait 15 minutes for the student, but crossing this time, will cancel the class, and the student who obviously has not show up for class will need to pay for the class and in this way the teacher will be able to be paid.

6. How are my payment details kept safe?

All payments are securely processed on systems located in the USA at Paypal.com. Your card details are NOT stored by Spanish-tutor-peru. We only have your name and basic details to contact you, and all your payments are made after having been transferred into the PayPal web site for using a secure and encrypted connection to ensure that you can safely pay online.

7. How long are my paid classes valid?

Credits purchased will expire after 3 years (36 months). This gives you plenty of time to use up your credits without fear of losing them.

Spanish Placement Tests

 

What is your level of spanish?

– You can take any level of exam to know your appropriate level, A (basic), B (intermediate) and C (advanced).

– You must complete all the sentences by selecting the most appropriate option.

– You can start now, good luck.

 

Beginner level (A) Intermediate level (B) Advance level (C)

 

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