Tutors are a great option if you want to be able to get someone to take your child for a test, but many parents do not know how to get a tutor to work with them.
To make the most of your childs tutor, we have collected tips on what to expect from tutors and what you can do to ensure your child has a successful experience.
This article was written by Kate Durney, who has been a tutor for four years.
Kate Durnes’ children have been tutored by tutors for more than 10 years.
They have all received a test in different subjects.
Kate says she has received positive feedback from tutoring parents.
“It was a bit of a surprise, as I expected to be getting a lot of negative feedback from parents.
I think parents tend to expect that their child is getting a positive experience,” Kate said.”
So when I had the opportunity to take my children to a tutoring company, I was really excited about the fact that I was going to be given an opportunity to try out the company.”
The first time I went they were just really friendly and accommodating.
“I was really impressed by their level of interest and interest in my child.
They were very keen to try the company out and I found it really beneficial.”
Kate says tutoring can be a really rewarding experience for parents.
It has helped them to be more successful in their childs life.
“When I first started tutoring, I really struggled with the idea of tutoring my children.
I had been a full-time carer for 15 years.”
There were times when I was struggling to make ends meet.
My partner and I both had jobs.
“We worked at home, so it was very hard to get by.”
However, I managed to get through the years of being a carer and I think I have a lot to offer my children,” Kate says.”
Tutoring has given me a lot more flexibility as they are growing up and as they grow up, they are going to have to adjust to a different lifestyle.
“They have all had to grow up in different circumstances.
I have had to make decisions around childcare and other issues as they go through their lives.”
Kate has been tutoring her children for four to five years.
She says she is not the most experienced tutor in the family, but has been doing a lot.
“As I was looking to expand the scope of my childs tutoring I realised I was also going to need a bit more help with the questions they were being asked.”
At that time, I did a few online tutoring and it was pretty easy to get them to answer questions on their own.
“But when they went out on a test and they were asked the questions, it was really challenging.”
You need a tutor with a lot experience to really understand the subject they are trying to answer, and to have that help you really have to be patient with them.
“Kate is confident her children have a successful tutoring experience.”
My children have gone to different schools, but they all have taken the same test.
“Most parents would be interested in seeing what the difference is in how the tests are scored.”
To me it is not just about a score, it is about understanding the subject and what the answers mean.
“Kate also says tutors are often the first step in helping your child to understand the subjects they are studying.”
Parents who are going through a tutor’s tutoring will be able understand the answers better.
They will be more aware of the topics they are teaching and what they are looking to achieve,” she said.