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Terms and Conditions for Competitions

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Participation in this promotion or contest is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Entrants must send entries as required in the contest announcement in order to be eligible. Entries received after the deadline set forth in the contest announcement are ineligible, null, and void. Tutate is not responsible for entries that are sent but not received by Tutate for any reason. Tutate reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and entrants (including an entrant’s identity, age and place of residence) and reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to disqualify any individual who Tutate has reason to believe…

What to do when you need more writing space on Tutate

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While we all love our iPads for the stuff we can do on it, there’s always a limit!  Tutate’s great for answering long-response questions but if you run out of space to write your answers on your iPad, or prefer to use a pen and paper, you can take a photo of your workings and submit it instead.  Here is a short video of how it is done. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRKDDrj0zHM

How do I enter fractions in Tutate?

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To enter fractions, use the following steps: 1. if there is a whole number, enter the whole number first, 2. press ‘spacebar’ to separate the whole number from the fraction, 3. enter the numerator, 4. press ‘/’ to separate the numerator from the denominator, 5. enter the denominator.

How do I submit my answers?

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You can submit your answers after you have answered at least 1 question.  All questions that have been answered but not submitted will be submitted together.  When you are ready to submit, click the ‘Submit’ button in the upper right hand corner: You will then see a dialog box telling you how many answers you are submitting.  Click ‘Confirm’ if you are ready to submit.  Once submitted you cannot change your answers anymore. Another dialog box will then appear, asking you to select the supervisor to submit the answers to.  This supervisor can be your teacher or your parent.…