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Frequently asked questions

What are the benefits of hiring a tutor?

Hiring a tutor is an excellent way to boost your learning no matter what your ability. As long as you are working with someone more qualified/experienced than you, you should be able to learn. 

People hire tutors for many different reasons from needing a push to get through their A Levels or to learning something new altogether.

How do I choose a good tutor for me?

One of the most important things is that you get on well with your tutor, having a good rapport with your tutor means it will be easier for you to learn from them. Second, you want to make sure they are more knowledgeable on the subject you are trying to learn than you.

Where will I meet with the tutor?

This is entirely up to you and the tutor to decide between yourselves. If you are more comfortable at home, many tutors will come to your house, or you can find a natural meeting place such as a local library.

How often should I have a lesson?

Most tutors will recommend that you have at least one-hour session once a week. This being said, you can usually be quite flexible and if you feel you need more or less than this is can be arranged.

Do I have to be already studying the subject to hire a tutor?

No, you can hire a tutor whatever your ability. Traditionally though tutors are used to compliment your current learning schedule.

When hiring a tutor, be sure to look at their previous reviews, this coupled with how well you get on with them will help you to make an educated decision about whether they are a good fit for you. 

Try to have a clear goal when beginning your lessons; this will enable both you and your tutor to have a set target to work towards, making it easier to track your progress.