Category Archives: Tutor

Brain Training: an effective way to improve your memory

Whether a big exam is looming ahead or you need to improve your memory to keep abreast of a large body of information, brain training is a unique way to maximise your chances of success. Brain training involves the use of games … Continue reading

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12 tips for improving your speed reading

Whether you are studying for your A Levels or for University exams, chances are, you have a considerable amount of information to comprehend, process and memorise. You will be much more effective in your learning if you can read and assimilate … Continue reading

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Top Tips: How to pick your GCSE subjects

If you’re in Year 9 then you will finally get a bit of choice in your life!  Yes, it is time for you to pick some different subjects and begin to phase out some of the things you don’t intend … Continue reading

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The ‘Tips for Tutors’ series

We have been blogging advice for tutors for a while now – our ‘Tips for Tutors’ series. We are pleased to say that these have received a good response from tutors. Just in case you missed any, you can find … Continue reading

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Tips for Tutors: the importance of teaching values

I was listening to local radio show yesterday debating young people and education. One caller said that “the problem with many students today is that they have no moral compass.” I would take issue with this on a number of … Continue reading

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Top Tips: Writing an awesome academic essay

Students of all years will understand the word essay and break down and weep. It’s such a shame that this is the case, since they can be so flowing and beautifully-written.  They represent a challenge when writing that requires a definite … Continue reading

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Tips for Tutors: How to Market Yourself

The biggest challenge as a tutor is finding new clients, or should I say finding ways for clients to find you. The purpose of this blog post is to provide you with some tips on how to market yourself… Referrals: … Continue reading

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Tips for tutors: How to Set Up Your Website

As a tutor, getting online can be achieved by taking part in social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. However, a Facebook page alone does not a serious tutoring business make. Having your own website allows you to incorporate … Continue reading

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10 Things to Look for in a Home Tutor

Whether you are a parent seeking to help your child improve their marks, or you’re an adult student wishing to stand out at college or university, a home tutor is one of the convenient ways there is to achieve your … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Use Social Media for Your Tutoring Business

The number one challenge for any tutoring business is finding new clients. You know the score, it can be feast or famine. One day you have so many clients you have to turn some of them away, the next you … Continue reading

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