Website to Offer Customized, 24/7 Online Tutoring

DoesThatMakeSense.com Announces Official Launch

Sep 08, 2011, 14:56 ET from DoesThatMakeSense.com

NEW YORK, Sept. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- DoesThatMakeSense.com(DTMS), the first online education company to offer customized, around the clock tutoring, is pleased to announce the completion of its Beta testing phase.

"In order to grow into a healthy brand we found that the most effective way was to do it organically with an invite-only beta testing period," says founder and CEO Jonathan Kestenbaum. "Now that we're ready, I can't wait for everyone to see what we've created. We are going to revolutionize the tutoring industry."

DoesThatMakeSense.com is completely unique, as tutors create custom study materials for students based on their learning style of choice. DTMS's tutors are entirely U.S.-based, and range from Harvard psychology professors to award-winning authors. They are accessible to students 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

It's a simple concept, yet it's never been done before. Students submit a request for help (no registration required), upload all associated materials, and are then prompted to answer five simple questions. Next, the site's "nerds" bid on the help request in real time – it is like eBay, but for tutoring. Students select a nerd, and the nerd gets to work immediately. DTMS tutors are equipped to provide custom book notes, study guides, note cards, writing consultation and more. Requests can be submitted online, via email, fax, through a mobile device, or even through the DTMS Facebook application.

Picture this: You're sitting in your dorm at 11:30pm, the night before the exam of your life, and you can't seem to grasp the difference between diffusion and osmosis. Ordinarily, you'd be forced to call it quits, and show up to the exam the next day ill-prepared and hopeless. But with the help of DoesThatMakeSense.com, you can breathe easy. Students hoping to satisfy their appetite for success can now do so with the click of a button.

About DoesThatMakeSense.com

Launched in 2009, DoesThatMakeSense.com pairs students with a highly-qualified tutor who creates a custom tutoring program based on the type of material, and learning style preferred by each student. Tutors are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The goal is to teach students the material they need to know in the way that works best for them - whether it be visually, audibly, or hands on. DoesThatMakeSense.com has already tutored thousands of students across the country, and currently works with over 300 tutors.

About the Founders

Jonathan F. Kestenbaum

Jonathan embodied the entrepreneurial spirit from a young age, having started two successful businesses before the age of twenty-one. A graduate of Syracuse University, and current student at Hofstra Law School Jonathan is directing his focus to legal studies in Computer, Technology, and Internet Law. We look to Jonathan for his help with day-to-day business operations and hope to one day use him for his legal expertise.

Kamran Barelli

As the Managing Director of Swiss Commerce, a New York based business, Kamran provides business technology solutions to clients ranging from small businesses to publicly traded firms including American Airlines, CBRE and Lehman Brothers. Kamran majored in Economics and Computer Science at the Bard Levy Economics Institute, and received his Matura Diploma in Business and Economics from Yale University. We look to Kamran for his technical expertise with online businesses and for his knowledge in finance.

Press Contact:
Lindsay Silberman/Mollie Charnas
(888) 983-5111 ex. 3
press@doesthatmakesense.com

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