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When choosing a tutor, it is prudent to make your decisions and choices depending on the quality of the service, rather than the price. There will always be cheap tutors in the market, but in most cases you get what you pay for. Make sure you do the following when choosing your tutor:

  1. You should check the tutor’s academic qualifications that are being advertised.
  2. You should independently get references from previous students or parents who have used the tutor.
  3. Has the tutor taken the time to write a well written profile? If not then this could be a sign of a lazy tutor.

A right tutor should have good teaching experience and sound references. This will ensure you get the right level of tutoring to excel. Moreover, the tutor must be a patient and pleasant natured whilst motivating the student. He or she must make the child feel comfortable with him or her and freely ask questions without the fear of prejudice.

Doing all the above steps will definitely make the child benefit the most of the tutoring program, rather than assigning any tom, dick and harry to tutor the weak student.



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