Student Analyst - Calculus, (United States) - $30,000/year USD

Job ID: 4732

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Are you currently a student and enjoy learning and practicing math? Have you taken the AP Calculus course and crushed it? If the answer to both of these questions is yes, keep on reading - we might have the dream opportunity for you!

At GT School, we're pursuing the vision of using process, tools, and the latest technology to teach high school math better than any other program in the world.

We are looking for students that have mastered high school math to help us evaluate the latest math learning and assessment apps and give us feedback; Additionally we need students to research and build a library of the best available online learning resources for targeted math topics.

What you will be doing
  • Reviewing math learning apps and sharing your feedback on the thoroughness and depth of their learning content
  • Taking math assessments and tests to validate their correctness and calibrate them to the ability of typical students
  • Researching online for the best alternate learning content for targeted math topics
Key Responsibilities
  • This job is 100% remote; you will need a computer and an Internet connection to do it
  • You will need to log into a portal to check and submit your work assignments
  • You can do the work at any convenient time during the week as long as you can allocate 10 hours/week
  • There will be 1 or 2 short online meetings per week for which we can coordinate a convenient time
  • You will need to install time tracking software to mark the periods of time you are actively working
Candidate Requirements
  • Must currently be in or have graduated high school in the US 
    • (this job requires generating feedback and insights based on knowledge of the US math curriculum)
  • Must currently be a student in high school or university
    • (this job requires being a good proxy for a high school student, which is why we require all candidates to be active students)
  • A 5 score on either AP Calculus AB or BC United States College Board exam
    • (this job requires candidates to be experts at math; we use the score on AP Calculus as a minimum baseline)
  • Able to spend at least 10 hours per week on work
    • Note: the maximum number of hours per week is 40
    • Note: the yearly rate in the job title was computed assuming an average of 20 hours per week (typical for a part-time job)


$30k/year ($30/hour)


United States

part-time Job

20 hours/week

Employment Type

Long-term role

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