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becoming a private tutor

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by soph172000, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. Me too please!
  2. geek84

    geek84 New commenter

    Hi Diane

    Could you be kind enough to also send me the link to online tutoring?

    Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi.

    I know this is off topic, but I am looking for someone to review my android application. This application can be used by primary school children to practice mental math. Wondering if anyone would be interested in reviewing the application for content and suitability in schools.

    If you are interested, please email me at vipullal@fareastsoftware.com

  4. Hi Amy, if possible, could you send them to me too please?

    Sue Jolly
  5. benjaminjamesrussell

    benjaminjamesrussell New commenter

    I joined firsttutors and tutorhunt and looked at wyzant (but the fee was insane). First tutors worked best for me in UK, but I still found private adverts were the most effective over all agencies. I later started my own tutor site called delphitutors.
  6. enthuseteach

    enthuseteach New commenter

    Hi Diane . Could you send me the tutoring links too please ? Many thanks!
  7. Steph2002

    Steph2002 New commenter

    Please post me the links re on line tutoring! Much appreciated
  8. homeworkminutesablog

    homeworkminutesablog New commenter

    Really!! I am an e-tutor too. I am working at homeworkminutes.com from 2012 as a virtual tutor for math. I live my career as it is so flexible and safe. I can work from home, no need to travel. You can search our website for being an online tutor. They are currently recruiting new tutors. By the way, you are teaching in which subject?

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