The best parts are determining your own workload, hours, and location. Additionally, you earn badges as you successfully complete student work upon them submitting feedback and the more badges you have, the more you are prioritized for future work. The downsides are that work is not guaranteed since all work is done through a bidding system. The more you bid, the more likely you will receive work. Another downside is that there are significant deduction fees per work that you complete: ranging from 20% at best if you help new students and around 30% for other students. The work environment is very independent and pretty secluded. Most interactions are with a mentor you are assigned to where you can ask questions.