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New to tutoring

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by Navygal, Jan 8, 2020.

  1. Navygal

    Navygal New commenter

    Good Morning,

    I'm new to tutoring - I've just started with my first student and hope to pick up a couple more for after school sessions.

    Just one question - do you do past papers with your students and if so how do you avoid the ones that their school might be using for mock/trail exams or do you avoid past papers altogether and just focus on the skills the students require?

    Would appreciate any pointers at this early stage.
    Many Thanks
     
  2. gainly

    gainly Lead commenter

    Yes I do go through past papers with students, usually as the exams are approaching.

    The most recent past papers can only be accessed with a password. If you avoid doing these there shouldn't be a problem. All the other papers are freely available to the students anyway.
     
    bramblesarah and Navygal like this.

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