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Dilemma and i'm not 100% how to go about it

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by ttillier, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. Hello tutors

    I am having an issue with one of my tutees who i have had since August. He is a Year 8 boy in a grammar school who was a Level 4 in maths at the end of Year 7. He is now into level 5 coming to level 6 and the progress has been just about there but i really feel that he is not progressing with me (he doesn't attempt home works, doesn't engage in the topics we do in the tutorials). I have been reminding his mother about this for the last couple of months and i think that he has just not gelled with my method of tutoring. I believe he would be better off with another tutor. How should i tell the mother this (and should i suggest a couple of tutors she could try)?

    Advice as always greatly appreciated :)
     
  2. Please ignore - has been sorted now
     

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