Grade A Tutoring Specialist

When anticipating meeting a new tutor, one thing to keep in mind is to be yourself.  Everyone is anxious with an initial meeting, therefore it is better to be as relaxed as you possibly can to alleviate anxiety that sometimes comes when meeting new people.  Getting acclimated with each other is also an important step. Finding that "comfort" level is important to all parties involved, and produces a better outcome. It is also essential for the tutor, the student, and the parent/s to be well prepared for the lesson.  This helps alleviate any apprehension during the first time visit.  With all of these things in mind, a new comfort level will develop which will help develop an environment conducive to learning.


Lauren S.

Grade A Expectations...Flexible, Reliable, Accommodating

10+ hours
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