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I have been a part time tutor for the past ten years. I started full-time tutoring about 4 years ago as my children have grown up.
My most recent student is a P4. She had never achieved more than 60 in her Maths, but score between 74 to 82 after 3 weeks of tuition with me. Her parents are very happy as I boost the child confidence and work closely with her.
To me, my patient and encouraging words are powerful tools. My sense of responsibility and sincerity is essential when dealing with children and parents.
I only take in an average of 1 student per day, the reason is because I want to focus on individual weakness. I do not waste their time by making them do every single questions in the assessment books. It is not advisable to buy too many assessment books, so I have to source questions from other assessment books, other school test paper and online to give to the students to practice. In this way, parents and students could see the improvement faster. Just before the exam, I will list down their careless mistake and revise techniques to answer questions that they tend to forget. Being children, they are careless and forgetful in nature, so the last minute advice will help them to eliminate careless mistake and thus perform better.
Commitment Level I am able to start immediately, and ready for long term commitment. My past students usually stay with me till P6. Currently, I am also volunteering at a Primary School to teach upper Primary Maths(for lower income family who are unable to afford tuition), once a week. Adjustable to fit in my tuition schedule.
My sense of responsibility and sincerity is essential when dealing with children and parents. Being a parents myself with 3 children, I could understand parents need to get a reliable tutor.