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The first thing in the quest of getting the best out of a tutor is select the right tutor. Actually, this might sound stupid and common, but if you do not make an informed decision, a student will face dire consequences in the future. However, after getting him or her, what can you do in order to grasp the most out of the program? A student should meet with the tutor prior to the session. This will enable the student to know the personality of the tutor, and understand each other very well. Sometimes, a good tutor is that one who will develop a good rapport with the students, where it will allow the students to freely interact with the tutor and ask any question.

Actually, while many students in Hong Kong are enrolling into this program, it is important that they proactively make the most out of the sessions. While with the tutor, a student should follow the following tips before, during and after the tutoring session in order to get the most out of it.


A student should come prepared with the required materials, and check if there are any exact problems pertaining a certain subject. Moreover, a student should clearly identify any difficulty he or she experiencing.


During the session, the student should be ready to learn, more so open up and tell the tutor whatever he or she feels like. Jot down notes of important things, which will allow you to apply the new approaches and concepts in the preceding assignments. Be keen as well while you are being taught so that you may grasp as much as possible.


While now revising on your own, the student should use the notes he or she wrote, so that it may be of great help. Furthermore, the student should review the tutoring and school notes prior to working on the assignments. Then while doing the homework, he or she should record down any problem so that it could be raised in the next tutoring session. Concisely, by adhering to the above simple tips, a student will be surprised to have gotten a lot out of the tutoring in the long run.



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