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What GCSE subjects are in most demand?

Discussion in 'Private tutors' started by kritur, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. I am a science teacher and am in demand for boths maths and science at GCSE, I have also tutored for French as a girl I had for maths needed some practice for her Oral Exam and I have French to A-level. I am quite open with people that I am not maths (or french!) trained. Do you have a degree in maths or english? Or A-levels? I am able to do what I do because of my A-levels and my main subject being very numerical. I think if I suddenly decided I could teach English GCSE I would struggle to convince parents!
  2. geek84

    geek84 New commenter

    Good Morning
    Thanks for your reply.
    I am qualfied up to 'A' level maths, so I think I will be ok with teaching maths up to GCSE level.
    However, I only have 'O' Level English & Physics - so do you think I would not be qualified enough to teach those 2 subjects up to GCSE level?

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