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How to find a reliable private chemistry tutor

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Can anyone suggest a good way of finding a good private tutor for my daughter (AS/A level)? Have tried her school who do not know of anyone so have been trawling through Google. Just don't know who to trust though.
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
A Level tutors are thinner on the ground than GCSE, can't say I have ever seen a chemistry one :thinking:

Someone on here before suggested placing an advert at a local uni, obviously stating that they must have a good/top grade :thumbsup:

I am studying Chemistry at A-Level and it is very difficult - wouldnt mind some extra tuition myself :-D
#2
Have you tried asking in Sixth form or college? I know some of the science teachers from my Sixth form offered private tutoring. To be honest they were really good and most of the time they'd just let you come back after lessons have finished and ask them for as much help as you needed - even if it took a few hours. But some people opted for home tutoring from them too.
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The chemistry teacher at the school did offer to help as much as he could at school but I think she wants some one-to-one help at home. She said she would prefer someone who's had teaching experience (ie. not a student). Will keep looking online I guess.

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