A tutor is a specialist in a certain field of science who teaches individually. Usually personal classes with a tutor are more expensive than lessons in the group. If a professional teacher is chosen as a tutor, the quality of acquired knowledge will justify the invested funds. A good tutor should have a whole set of positive qualities, such as the ability to present information in an access basis, establish contact and choose an individual approach to the student. The most important thing is that the tutor has a sufficient supply of knowledge and experience about the studied subject.
Currently, the services of the tutor are offered by many. These can be teachers, graduate students or even senior students. You can choose a tutor on special forums or in the media. It is best to find a tutor on the recommendation of acquaintances.
When choosing a tutor, pay attention to what range of services it offers. Typically, an inexperienced tutor offers training from elementary school before entering the university. A high -level tutor provides, only a narrow direction in training.
An important factor when choosing a tutor may be the cost of services. At a qualified tutor, the price for an hour of study does not change from whether one student or group is engaged in. If the tutor offers to hold a free lesson, this is more like an advertising campaign, and not a serious mood in training. Do not contact tutors promising an intensive training course in a short time. Most likely, you will not get high -quality knowledge.
It is not recommended to choose a tutor that “guarantees” admission to the university, and in case of failure promises to return the cost of training.
When choosing a tutor, contact him with a question on any topic.
A good teacher will calmly and sensibly answer. Thus, you can evaluate the training technique and the ability to explain.
Before starting classes, the tutor checks the level of training of the student with an elementary test in order to navigate where to start and what topics to take more time.
Turning to the tutor for help, do not forget that only the student is responsible for the acquired material, and not the teacher. Successful passing of future exams directly depends on hard work and desire to engage. The tutor only helps to understand the difficult material and directs his student.