As a tutor who has mostly GCSE students, I'm at the stage where they have nearly finished their exams and their tutoring journey with me will end in a few weeks. I would therefore welcome your advice on a possible area I may go into now. I've not tutored 'A' level English Literature/Language students thus far. (Although I have tutored a couple of students successfully when they were doing their degrees), I have bypassed this subject, thinking there would be too much work involved. But having looked into it, I realised that some of the plays like A Streetcar Named Desire and Othello I studied when I was in drama college and having looked at some past papers, it seems like something I could do. My question is this; Before I get bombarded with a new cohort of GCSE students, should I pause a bit and consider taking on a few 'A' Level students? How do you find it tutoring them? Do you have a lot of issues with them handing in homework, tardiness or inertia? (I'm probably stereotyping, so apologies!!) Also, do you charge a different/slightly higher rate to your 11+ or GCSE students? I would love to know your views.