I'm a public and private tutor at my University, I charge $20/hr privately, and work for free with people who can't afford it... That being said, there is a person in desperate need of a tutor, who currently has a D in this class, and "Needs to be able to take Lab next semester". The case is that this person basically needs to get a BC at the University to go on I believe(I don't know I've never had a poor grade like that). Said person is offering me more than my going rate, and a bonus if this person can get the grade needed. I see this as a great opportunity to make some money(Which I desperately need for the upcoming expenses!), but I also feel that once I meet with the person, and see whether or not the student is capable, I might have reservations about abilities, and thus the effectiveness of tutoring the student. I've been tutoring for Organic Chemistry for the past 2 years now, I know the ins and outs, I know the professors etc... But this is the week of finals, I have literally 7 days to teach this student everything in first semester Organic Chemistry, how optimistic/pessimistic should I be? Should I even touch this?