Any decent tutor now has all the online tools you need for a decent if not excellent session, particularly if you have a tablet and a computer that you can use as inputs. So find the right tutor rather than a site. If you just want general gmat prep, Khan Academy has posted freely available videos of the Official Guide material.
I don’t love the approach for several of those, but for those of you on a budget, free is hard to beat.
When working with a tutor online, expect to spend 20% more time with the tutor than you would face-to-face and keep your sessions to 90 minutes, the sweet spot. That’s been my experience with approximately 1400 face-to-face and almost 1300 online students over the past 6 years.
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