Non Discrimation Policy 


Effective October 24 2021


AP Max Test Prep, LLC (“AP Max Prep”) is committed to a global community, dedicated to knowledge transfer at the highest level through bringing the world a little closer, in real-time. Through the AP Max Prep platform not only will users be able to share their passion and knowledge but also get help with anything they need with a tap of a button. Our community is highly diverse and consists of people from virtually every country in the world. The AP Max Prep is an initiator ofTutor-Learning relationships, new experiences, and perhaps lasting personal relationships between individual of vast cultures, and values, and norms 


AP Max Prep is committed to building a world where people from every background feel comfortable learning and teaching. Our commitment rests on two foundational principles that apply both to AP Max Prep and Learners: Tolerance and Respect . 


While we cannot control the actions of others, it is of utmost important to us that we try to remove all forms of unlawful bias, discrimination, hate, and intolerance from our Platform. AP Max Prep, Learners, Tutors, and anyone interested in using our services agrees to read and act in compliance with the following policy to realize our mission is to ensure everyone can have access to learning and anyone can be a Tutor because everyone is great at something. 


  1. Tolerance – while highly subjective, we define tolerance in a very serious way. When a patron joins AP Max Prep as a learner or Tutor, they agree to our tolerance requirements, that include, but are not limited to, prohibition of prejudice, racism, and hatred. These disgusting acts have no place on our Platform or in our community. While Tutors and Learners are required to follow all applicable laws that prohibit discrimination based on such factors ase reace, religion, national origin, and others listed below, we try to do more than just follow the minimum requirements established by law. 
  2. Respect – At all times, the AP Max Prep community must respect each other in all forms of communication, messaging, photos, video-call sessions, and in-person Sessions. AP Max Prep understands and appreciates that cultural norms and local laws vary around the world and expects that all AP Max tutors abide local laws and engage with each other respectfully as well. By connecting people from different backgrounds, areas, and cultures, AP Max Prep understands and appreciates the common characteristics shared by all people.  


Guidance for Tutors in the United:

  1. Race, Color, Ethnicity, National Origin, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, or Marital Status 
    1. Tutors shall not:
      1. Decine a learner based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status. 
      2. Im[pse any different terms or conditions based on race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status, 
      3. Make any virtual aor verbal statement that discourages or indicated as preference for or against a Learner regarding race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or marital status
  2. Gender Identity
    1. AP Max Prep will not assigning gender identity to its’ users
    2. Tutors shall not:
      1. Decine a Tutor a Learner based on gender
      2. Imose any different terms or conditions based on gender
      3. Make any virtual or verbals statements that discourages or indicates a preference for or against a Learner regarding gender
  3. Age and Familial Status
    1. Tutors shalt not:
      1. Impose any different terms or conditions or decline a Lerner a Session based on the Learner’s age or familial status, where prohibited by law. 
    2. Tutors may: 
      1. Provide factually accurate information about their certifications, experiences and expertise in various forms either in their bio or through messaging. 
  4. Disability 
    1. Tutors shall not: 
      1. Decline a Learner based on an actual or perceived disability impairment. 
      2. Treat a learner any differently than anyone else, based solely on the reason that a Learner may have a disability. 
      3. Inquire about the existence of severity of a Learner’s disability, or the means used to accommodate any disability, a Tutor may, and should, discuss the Learner’s specific needs
      4. Prohibit or limit the use of mobility devices, except where such devices cannot be safely utilized. 
      5. Charge more because the Learner has a disability. 
      6. Make any statement regarding the Learner’s disability in a negative manner. 
      7. Refuse to communicate with Learners who have hearing impairments, vision impairments. Etc
      8. Refuse to provide reasonable scheduling flexibility when Learners with disabilities request modest changes
  5. Personal Preferences
    1. Tutors May: 
      1. Except as noted above, Tutors may decline sessions with Learners based on Matters that are not prohibited by Law. For example, except where prohibited by law Tutors can decline to Tutor Learners who smoke, schedule issues, etc
      2. Require Learners to respect restrictions on food or drinks consumed during the Session (e.g., a Learner brings peanuts to a Session with a Tutor who has a severe peanut allergy – the Tutor may request that Learners do not bring peanuts to in-person sessions). These restrictions should be stated clearly in your biography as a Tutor or communicated clearly to Learners through the messaging system. 
      3. Nothing in this policy prevents a Tutor from turning down a Learner because of a character trait that is not protected under the civil rights laws or closely associated with a protected class. For example, a Tutor may turn down a Learner who wants to smoke during a Session or use derogatory language. 


When Learners are denied Sessions

Tutors should keep in mind that no one likes to be denied a Tutoring Session. While a Tutor may have articulated and lawful reasons for turning down a potential Larner, it may cause a Learner to feel excluded and embarrassed. 

Tutors should make every effort to tutor as many Learners as possible. Tutors who have a legible pattern of rejecting LearnerSessions from a specific group or class of people affects the AP Max Prep Platform. AP Max Prep may warn and/or suspend Tutors from the AP Max Prep Platform who have a historical pattern of rejecting Learner Sessions in violation of the Guildances 


CONTACT: with any questions or suspected violation(s) of the gGuidances.