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Hiring a private tutor counters all the pressure and issues in a large classroom setup. Foremost, it allows students to master challenging topics at their own pace so that they won’t fall behind their classmates during the academic year. This one-on-one approach also lets them go back and ask about areas that they find difficult. Private tutoring prepares them to perform better on tests, exams, and other class activities.

The traditional in-person tutoring approach provides face-to-face private lessons at home, at a local library, or any comfortable location. This enables interactive and hands-on activities to take place but in a smaller group setting. Meanwhile, those who offer online teaching use virtual methods and an online classroom setup, eliminating the need to meet up physically. It’s the most flexible option that can be scheduled at your most convenient time.

How often you should hire a tutor depends on the goals and the amount of extra work you’re willing to take for a day or a week. If you only need a quick guide to help you pass a test or submit a homework, it may be practical to book intensive sessions with them for a few days only. But if you’re looking for long-term results, you can set up regular meetings at least once or twice a week.

It depends on the exact services needed and the complexity of the concepts that you need to learn. Usually, a session of 45-90 minutes a day is already enough, but you can always extend it if you are preparing for a big test or performance. If you’re getting a language or math tutor for your child, it is recommended that they only attend shorter sessions as they often lose focus after a long period.

Most home tutors can perform pre-assessment tests to know your current abilities, then take another evaluation after a few meetings with them. Or if you like, you can also identify yourself if the sessions are the right fit for you! A good indicator of excellent tutoring is if they can make complicated concepts seem effortless and enjoyable. It’s also a good sign if you find their learning style fun and exciting.

Tutors must have at least a high school diploma or certificates in the field when providing services for preschool to middle-school students. A higher degree of diploma or specialisation might be needed for uni students. Before you book your potential Tasker, make sure that they are experts in the field and comfortable teaching your age group or skill level. If it helps, you can check their profiles and work history in real-time using our system.

Hiring a private tutor counters all the pressure and issues in a large classroom setup. Foremost, it allows students to master challenging topics at their own pace so that they won’t fall behind their classmates during the academic year. This one-on-one approach also lets them go back and ask about areas that they find difficult. Private tutoring prepares them to perform better on tests, exams, and other class activities.

How often you should hire a tutor depends on the goals and the amount of extra work you’re willing to take for a day or a week. If you only need a quick guide to help you pass a test or submit a homework, it may be practical to book intensive sessions with them for a few days only. But if you’re looking for long-term results, you can set up regular meetings at least once or twice a week.

Most home tutors can perform pre-assessment tests to know your current abilities, then take another evaluation after a few meetings with them. Or if you like, you can also identify yourself if the sessions are the right fit for you! A good indicator of excellent tutoring is if they can make complicated concepts seem effortless and enjoyable. It’s also a good sign if you find their learning style fun and exciting.

The traditional in-person tutoring approach provides face-to-face private lessons at home, at a local library, or any comfortable location. This enables interactive and hands-on activities to take place but in a smaller group setting. Meanwhile, those who offer online teaching use virtual methods and an online classroom setup, eliminating the need to meet up physically. It’s the most flexible option that can be scheduled at your most convenient time.

It depends on the exact services needed and the complexity of the concepts that you need to learn. Usually, a session of 45-90 minutes a day is already enough, but you can always extend it if you are preparing for a big test or performance. If you’re getting a language or math tutor for your child, it is recommended that they only attend shorter sessions as they often lose focus after a long period.

Tutors must have at least a high school diploma or certificates in the field when providing services for preschool to middle-school students. A higher degree of diploma or specialisation might be needed for uni students. Before you book your potential Tasker, make sure that they are experts in the field and comfortable teaching your age group or skill level. If it helps, you can check their profiles and work history in real-time using our system.

What does tutoring include?

Tutors include a mixture of teaching and coaching to help you (or your child) achieve the desired learning outcomes. You can hire a kids’ tutor who specialises in tutoring primary and secondary school students or a tutor who works with languages, creative pursuits, or university-level studies. Normally, you’d hire a tutor to assist outside of regular classes, whether online or in-person. You can hire a tutor for one-on-one help or in a small-group setting, whether you’re hiring them for yourself, your kids, or even to support a team member in your workplace. Here are some of the most common types of tutoring services:

Maths & science tutoring

Many students use a math tutor or a science tutor to help them grasp complex concepts, complete homework and prepare for assignments and exams. Depending on how advanced your studies are, you may want to look for a tutor with specific skills and knowledge in your subject matter. Some common specialisations include algebra tutors, physics tutors, chemistry tutors, and biology tutors. They’ll help you go over the study materials, find out what areas you’re struggling with, and strategically guide you to help build on your knowledge and increase your confidence.

English tutoring

English is a required school subject for most primary and high school students. It’s normal for many students to need English tutoring to help them work on assignments, do homework, improve their reading skills, feel more confident with public speaking, and more. Your English tutor will go over your assignment criteria and help you break down what’s required and the steps you’ll need to take. While they won’t write your assignments for you, they will help by providing feedback so you can improve them before you hand them in to your teacher.

University tutoring

Many university subjects have weekly lectures, along with a weekly class that’s usually referred to as a tutorial. While your uni may refer to your class teacher as a “tutor”, it’s unlikely that you’ll get to spend much one-on-one time with them. If you need some extra help with understanding the concepts you hear during lectures, getting assignments done, or preparing for exams, a university tutor can help. For example, you can hire an economics tutor, an engineering tutor, or a biochemistry tutor to help you prep for uni or get through the semester with more confidence.

Music tutoring

Want to get better at a musical instrument? A music teacher or tutor can help. They’ll find out your goals, assess your current skill level, and help put together a plan to help you practice more effectively (and consistently). You’ll find music teachers and tutors who offer piano lessons, violin lessons, singing lessons, guitar lessons, flute lessons, clarinet lessons, drum lessons, cello lessons, and bass guitar lessons.

Language tutoring

Learning another language is much easier with an experienced language tutor on your side. Some of the common languages and tutors you’ll find are Spanish tutors, Portuguese tutors, Italian tutors, Japanese tutors, French tutors, German tutors, and Chinese tutors. Whether you’re learning a language ahead of overseas travel, new job opportunities, for a school subject, or something else, your tutor will help you with everything from the basics to fine details.

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Bike lessons for kids

£10

Blunsdon St Andrew, Wiltshire

21st Jun 2022

I have 2 kids age 8 and 5 and I need someone to teach them how to ride a bike - Due date: Flexible

Treadmill service

£60

Bilton, North Yorkshire

15th Jun 2022

Just bought a reebok gt40s treadmill it’s all working bu id like to get it checked over and serviced before use depending on cost I am flexible and am flexible on dates but would like it done this month if poss - Due date: Flexible

Yoga teacher for my children

£40

Ickenham, Greater London, UB10

9th Jun 2022

I am looking for a yoga teacher to teach my children who are 5 and 7 years old. Preferably at my home in Ickenham near Uxbridge. - Due date: Flexible

English tutor for my son

£30

Deep Pit, South Yorkshire

3rd Jun 2022

Iooking for a English tutor for my 13year old son. - Due date: Before Wednesday, 8 June 2022

RP English teacher to improve accent

£20

Canary Wharf, Greater London

25th May 2022

I’m looking for someone to help improve my English accent. Background about me: from Vietnam and lived in Australia for the past 14 years, recently moved to London. I have professional command of English but would like to improve my accent. Who I’m looking for: Someone with English teaching (accent teaching focus) or acting/music background who can help me change my accent to RP. Price is per hour and I’d loke to meet up 2 hours/week, 1 hour each session and can be done in Canary Wharf/Central London or over call/zoom - Due date: Flexible

Arabic lessons

£10

Greenford, Greater London

16th May 2022

I want to be able to speak fluent arabic preferably modern standard or Egyptian dialect, woman teachers only... if you know of someone please send them my way :) - Due date: Flexible

I want to improve my basic calligraphy skills

£50

Brockmoor, West Midlands

14th May 2022

I would like to improve my basic calligraphy skills - Due date: Flexible

Swimming tutor for middle aged adult

£100

Blackwall, Greater London

19th Jun 2022

Swimming coaching or lessons - Due date: Flexible

English to urdu interpretator

£20

Ridgacre, West Midlands

14th Jun 2022

I can do interpretation for English to urdu and vice versa GCSE Urdu level 8 - Due date: Flexible

Chess player/tutor

£15

Keyworth, Nottinghamshire

4th Jun 2022

My 13 year old son has recently rediscovered chess (after watching the Queens Gambit!) and is now very passionate about it. He has researched, read books, watched videos and played online and plays whoever/whenever he can but he really wants someone who is actually good at chess (which is not me!) to play in person regularly and teach him along the way. We would prefer sessions at our home but are open to meeting elsewhere. Weekends are best, and a regular time would be great but can be flexible. Many thanks - Due date: Flexible

Chess Tutor Available

£15

Erith, Greater London, DA8

31st May 2022

I am a professional Chess player and tutor with more than 15 years of active play. I coach adults and Children at flexible time coaching. Contact me via this app. Thanks - Due date: Flexible

Roller blade tutors for 7 year old

£25

Bushey Mead, Greater London

22nd May 2022

I need a tutor to teach my 7 year old to roller skate - Due date: Flexible

Phonics lesson

£80

California, Buckinghamshire

15th May 2022

I’m looking for phonics lesson for my 3 year old.

Female Swimming instructor for my 7 year old daughter. Dartford

£30

New Town, Kent

21st Jun 2022

Female swimming instructor needed for 7 year old beginner swimmer - Due date: Flexible

Build my home gym - I have made a start but need it finishing

£200

Temple Hill, Kent

19th Jun 2022

I have mad a start o my gym but need it finishing. It has a pulley system - Due date: Needs to be done on Saturday, 25 June 2022

English Speaking Partner

£15

High Cross, Cambridgeshire

9th Jun 2022

I'm looking for English speaking partner to improve my speaking. No need for tutoring experience. 15ph x 4 hours weekly - Due date: Flexible

Tutoring my child

£30

Vigo, West Midlands

3rd Jun 2022

Help explain concept for exam - Due date: Needs to be done on Monday, 6 June 2022

Teach me calligraphy

£50

Wensley Fold, Lancashire

30th May 2022

Tutor in bignners calligraphy - Due date: Flexible

Give out tutoring leaflets on university campus

£40

Mayfair, Greater London, W1J

17th May 2022

Give out tutoring leaflets from a company running for 3 years ago tutoring. Location is offline at university campuses including in Russell Square, Holborn, Mile End, South Kensington, Warren Street.

Phonics lesson

£5

Holders Hill, Greater London

15th May 2022

I’m looking for phonics lesson for my 3 year old. - Due date: Flexible