Tuition normally takes place within the comfort of your own home or if preferred, at the tutors' home. Usually tutors will travel to the students home. However, if there is a considerable distance between each location alternative arrangements can be made.
You can book single sessions as when required, or alternatively you can block book to receive a discount. Tuition is flexible to meet your needs so please take time to discuss this with your tutor.
The tutor will be in touch with you prior to each session to discuss any preparation that might benefit you. This is also to ensure that if the student has any queries, the tutor is made aware in advance so that the student receives the benefit of a full tuition session. The tutor may take additional material along to the session to support the student's learning.
Yes. Tutors can be contacted via email/telephone if the student has any queries with the coursework they are working on.
At present the only method of payment is by either cash or cheque. We are currently in the process of developing a online payment system for the website.
All tutors undertaking private tuition will have undergone a Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check (Enhanced Disclosure Scotland). They will also have been checked and verified by character references.
By subscribing to our email list, you will be contacted with any current offers and discounts throughout the year. Please see our 'Fees' page for block booking discounts, group study and Summer deals.
Yes. Tuition can take place online through Skype. This can save a lot of time with travel etc, however, it is recommended that students are well prepared before the session takes place to ensure that they have all the questions/materials with them at the time of the session.
Qualifications and references/recommendations are available to download in the 'About' section for you to view. There is also a testimonials page displaying feedback from past students' experience.
This depends on the situation. If the tutor believes that extra examples in a particular area is needed then extra work may be issued, and the student will be advised to complete to ensure they see an improvement.