You’re in the driver’s seat with UK Tutors. The student leads the way and has full control when finding and selecting their tutor. You can use their website to browse the range of tutors available then manage the process of ensuring the tutor is right for you before you start. From SATs, GCSEs, A Levels and entrance exams, find the perfect tutor for you through UK Tutors. They offer a wide range of subjects including Maths, English, Geography, Drama and more, for all levels and age ranges. Find in person tutoring all over the UK or take online sessions from anywhere that suits you.
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Brilliant service, found the right tutor for me. Had to contact customer support for something and I got a reply within a very good time and it was sorted.
I can't fault the tutor I found through this website. I can however say I feel duped by the website. It wasn't made clear, in an up front way that they would charge me for accessing information. Charges are on the website, buy only if you look for them. I felt it made out that there was a special introductory offer for using them when in fact the charge was for them and not your lesson.
I am a secondary teacher who has gained tutees through Uktutors. I can assure you it is not a scam. I have had experiences with "bad tutees and their parents" where what they say they want before we agree to the arrangement and cash exchanges both from the tutor and tutee to UK tutors.YES, the tutor HAS to pay to get the details, the tutor is supposed to collect this back at the first session, however, this is not made clear to people purchasing the tutor's details and has made a very difficult situation a number of times. Having looked around at other sites I am often appalled at the number of unqualified people who think they can easily tutor. Many other sites take 25% of the fee from the tutor for each lesson they deliver. When you take into account the prep time a tutor does before each session that can bring the hourly rate down to £9! as a skilled professional I am not going to work for minimum wage.
Avoid. This appears to be a SCAM!
Contacted a tutor online to assist my daughter. Dubious response and short communication from the supposed "tutor".
They only seemed interested in me clicking a button to pay the £20 "introduction fee". No questions about my daughter, ability, requirements etc. No information about the tutor herself. Just one line answers.
A quick google and background check of the "tutor" showed no one with the tutors name in the area where they are supposed to live. No facebook info. No linkedin. Appreciate not everyone has an online footprint however there was no record from any college or university re. tutors with this name gaining the qualifications they had listed.
In other words looks like a fake tutor. A simple scam to get the £20 introduction fee.
As soon as I mentioned my doubts about the requirement and asked them about the local area they (supposedly) live in the conversation dried up.
Don't be taken in by this.
Shameful they take advantage of people trying to improve their children's education.
The rates tutors charge on many other tuition sites will be more than on this one. There's a reason. You see, a lot of sites gouge the tutor for commission on every lesson they teach. This means that the tutor needs to up their fee by a third or more. Actually there's another problem too. Many good tutors much prefer to work for themselves, so they avoid such agencies like the plague: seriously reducing your choice of tutor.
With UK Tutors you only pay a very moderate introduction fee. Then UK Tutors steps out of the picture. So if you are a serious client who expects to have a reasonable number of lessons with the same tutor, then doing things this way will save you a lot of money.
To have the best experience do read the tutors' profiles carefully. The best one for you probably isn't going to be the cheapest or the dearest. Also, exercise a bit of common sense when reading a profile. If some young dude is claiming to have an outstanding degree from one of the best universities then do ask yourself why they are tutoring, and not pursuing some high-flying well paid job. As the old saying goes, "if something seems to good to be true then it probably isn't true. Finally, be a bit wary about the sparkling reviews. Do a lot of them seem very similar, or almost identical? You might even see the same review on more than one tutoring website: now how could that happen.
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