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RWorld's Journal To Finding 10 Tutoring Students (£20 per week)

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by RWorld1, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. armandine2

    armandine2 Established commenter

  2. AshgarMary

    AshgarMary New commenter

    That's great! Would love to know how you differentiated (in general terms, not to steal your secrets :D )
  3. doctoryes

    doctoryes Occasional commenter

    That's good to hear. It may be something you did or maybe not, can be hard to tell. Have you ever waited for a bus for what feels like ages and then find 2 the same number turn up at the same time? Tutoring can be a bit like that at times.
    needabreak and langteacher like this.
  4. RWorld1

    RWorld1 New commenter

    Hi everyone

    What a week! First again a HUGEEEE thank you to all of you. Honestly when I started I did so with excitement, but also with a bucket or two full of doubt. You guys, with your words of encourgement have meant so much.

    The lesson with my first students, which I mentioned in the earlier post went well. What I found amazing was how ridiculously nervous I was. Oh my god, I so wanted it to well that I was damn near shaking like a leaf. But the lesson went well.

    Since then I've had lesson with 3 others students also. That's right I got my 4th student at £25/hour!!! I think that one really opened my eyes that I'm actually going to find the 10 students I originally wanted to find.

    Tsarina - thank you for the kind words, and oh my god when you put it like that what a difference £5 makes. Now that I got my last student at £25, I have a feeling I could have got the first three too. I'm not complaining though, if someone told me I'd be at the stage I am right now I wouldn't have believed you!

    Doctoryes - thank you. I'm definitely not going to act like I'm some expert. For all I know I've got lucky, though I do feel experience and getting your hands dirty really does make you sharper at this. Fingers crossed it's not all luck.

    Armandine - I know right. I wouldn't have thought it myself if I hadn't experienced it.

    Thekizza, AshgarMary - thank you and of course! Check out
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    I credit my success to this resource. It's bloody genius, It helped me realise how dumb some of the stuff I was doing was, and instead made me realise what to do instead. I wouldn't have found any of my 4 students without this. It's that good!
  5. AshgarMary

    AshgarMary New commenter

    HI RWorld your link was zapped by admin, please could you send by Private message (and make a note here when you have!) Thanks
  6. thekizzaa

    thekizzaa New commenter

    Hi @RWorld1 , could you please also PM me that link? I would love to see it!
  7. minceandquince

    minceandquince New commenter

    If you could message me the link too I'd really appreciate it. Thanks :)
  8. RWorld1

    RWorld1 New commenter

    Guys so sorry for going AWOL for so long. I guess I became a bit busier with the tutoring.

    Update: I have all 10 students I aimed to find. And I ended up charging the last few higher than i initially set out to. Please feel free to ask me any questions you have - I'd love to help anyone in anyway I can.

    For those who requested the link (which got removed by mods) - just type in "Tutor Your Way To Freedom" into google and it'll be the first link. In my opinion it's by miles the best resource for anyone looking to become a tutor, and what I put most of success down to.

    I'll type up a proper update on how things have been - but in the mean time feel free to ask me absolutely anything.
  9. langteacher

    langteacher Occasional commenter

    well done
  10. RWorld1

    RWorld1 New commenter

    Thank you Lang :)
  11. tsarina

    tsarina Occasional commenter

    Hi @RWorld1

    I was wondering...at the moment i live near london and can therefore charge a lot and live off my tutoring (just about) however i would like to move to the coast, a small town perhaps. Do you think there is enough demand to be a full time tutor or would i have to go back to teaching? I can't imagine working the hours i used to plus tutoring in top...but maybe the workload is less? How do you manage?


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