For GCSE students hoping to improve their grades or concerned parents paying for their child to plug gaps in their knowledge and understanding of their school's curriculum, finding a private tutor has never been easier! Once upon a time, tutors were found by peering at the ads in shop windows and hoping for the best. […]
5 November 2020 ∙ 11 minutes to read
"Examinations are formidable even to the best prepared, for the greatest fool may ask more than the wisest man can answer." -Charles Caleb Colton Exams are a peculiar thing that grades us on our intelligence and forces us to use parts of our brain that we might have not even known existed. Since they are […]
13 October 2020 ∙ 8 minutes to read
The 2020/21 school year is nothing like we're used to. The coronavirus interruptions, resuming lessons in a virtual format, technology failures and the lack of experience in teaching what should have been an in-person class over the internet... To say that this school year is like none other would be like saying it's a little […]
11 October 2020 ∙ 8 minutes to read
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Since according to a study by PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) for OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) the UK is lagging behind other similar countries when it comes to education, it's no surprise that home tutoring for children and adults has never been more relevant. When you consider getting a one on […]
7 October 2020 ∙ 8 minutes to read
"Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work." -Aristotle There are some who thoroughly enjoy their work and there are others who cannot stand the idea of working a full-time job; to each their own I guess! Therefore, without further delay, in today's article, we shall explore the many options of working, volunteering, finding […]
16 July 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
As you come to apply for university, you will become more and more familiar with UCAS. UCAS, or the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, deals with all things higher education. As some of you may already know, you don't apply for each university or college individually. Instead you submit an application to UCAS with all […]
15 July 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
"We must accept finite disappointment but never lose infinite hope." - Martin Luther King, Jr. More than 10 million UK students have been stranded at home since Friday, 20th March 2020. Is this an extended holiday? Don't count on it! Being quarantined with your parents due to the coronavirus pandemic is not the idea of a holiday for most primary, […]
3 April 2020 ∙ 6 minutes to read
For many of us, studying GCSEs (or O Levels) and A Levels was a long time ago. With that in mind, in this article, we're going to be looking at what the GCSEs and A Levels are like now and how they've changed. During Key Stage 4, which is when students normally take national examinations […]
19 March 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Exam season is almost upon us: GCSE students are scrambling for last-minute electives and pupils just finishing Key Stage 3 are warily eyeing the long list of GCSE subjects to choose from. Is it a bane or a blessing that adolescents – on the younger side of that spectrum at that, are compelled to determine […]
13 March 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
A-Level qualifications are enshrouded in a rare dichotomy: at once so ordinary that every student in the UK at least considers sitting them (and a substantial portion do) yet exceptional in that they have the power to determine your entire future. UK students are perhaps used to that juxtaposition; their General Certificate of Secondary Education […]
3 March 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Should your child take the eleven plus or should you just not bother? Can you even take these entrance exams in your area? And, if you do decide to take it, what does the admission test actually involve? They are all legitimate questions to have before you dive into the world of these selective tests […]
27 February 2020 ∙ 6 minutes to read
People make mistakes. It is part, in a way, of the human condition. However, one type of mistake you really want to avoid is exam mistakes – because an examination is not the place for a sloppy error, regardless of how inevitable these things are. People, however, do make exam mistakes too. And that’s okay. […]
27 February 2020 ∙ 6 minutes to read
An experience which has the potential to change the direction of your life, studying abroad often turns out to be a formative, eye-opening year or few months for many of those who choose to do so. Exploring a new country while indulging in the local cuisine, learning the lingo, and experiencing the foreign culture are […]
26 February 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
While the importance of exams, particularly GCSEs and A-levels, is drilled into you from a young age, doing well in them isn’t easy. From parental or peer pressure, to a lack of self discipline when it comes to putting in the hours studying, there are a whole host of reasons why many of us don’t […]
21 February 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Everyone has questions about the Extended Project Qualification. It is not like any of the other subjects, courses, or qualifications that you will have studied at GCSE, A Level, or at any other point in your secondary education. It’s structured completely differently – and, given the difference, it is natural that you want some reassurance. […]
20 February 2020 ∙ 6 minutes to read
From a historical perspective, the point of public education is to provide everyone with the knowledge and tools to become contributing members of society. Not so long ago, academic instruction was strictly the purview of the wealthy; those that could afford to would send their sons to school. In those days, even the universities were […]
17 February 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
It would be hard to argue with the idea that every student is unique in their learning styles and study habits; even learning needs differ from one student to the next. Still, among the thousands of students who have sat school-leaving and university-qualifying exams, we can discern common threads. From study skills to memorization techniques […]
10 February 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
How early is too early to start planning a major holiday event? Some people start their Christmas shopping during the summer months while others wait till the last minute and rely on overnight delivery to get the gifts home on time. Likewise, some people plan their annual holiday excursions while snow and cold still linger […]
31 January 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
With university graduation right around the corner – well, arriving sooner than you might think, many whose academic run is nearly complete are turning their thoughts to the job market and how they could best break into it. Not too long ago, simply having a university degree was pretty much a guarantee of bright career […]
27 January 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
For the Chinese, it’s called the Gao Kao and in the US, they’re called SATs. The International Baccalaureate final exam process is called the DP Assessment; DP representing Diploma Programme. Here, in the UK, we sit A-Levels, rigorous exams in subjects of our choosing for the same reason that students in other countries do: to […]
16 January 2020 ∙ 7 minutes to read
"Some advice: keep the flame of curiosity and wonderment alive, even when studying for boring exams." -Michio Kaku There is probably only a handful of people on this planet that readily and truthfully admits to enjoying the process of studying for examinations. The rest of us dread the process so much that we procrastinate until […]
5 December 2019 ∙ 9 minutes to read
“A good teacher must be able to put himself in the place of those who find learning hard.” - Eliphas Levi In the UK, 100,000 students per year are leaving school “without basic qualifications”. This is a 28% increase since 2015. Of course, students can struggle at any time during their schooling, not just when they […]
30 October 2019 ∙ 7 minutes to read
While the private tutorial market is booming, that doesn’t mean that every single actor is enjoying the benefits. Furthermore, there are a lot of factors to take into account when it comes to academic support for children. The most important things to think of are: How can we deal with an education system that’s failing so […]
18 March 2019 ∙ 6 minutes to read
The private academic support marketplace has grown in popularity during the past few decades. In the United Kingdom alone, it is £6 billion industry with a lot of potentials to grow in the future. Wow, those are big bucks! During the past 12 months, the demand for online tutoring in the UK has grown 500%! […]
7 September 2018 ∙ 8 minutes to read
Learning to read or succeeding in a test is not easy for everyone. It’s not infrequent for children to have difficulties in school. This is stressful for the teachers, but of course for the parents as well. Does this apply to you? Does your child have difficulty understanding the subject matter? Is doing their homework […]
1 August 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Economical and effective, private tutoring has proven itself to be a great option for struggling students. Recently, the personal education market has been booming but why? You'd think that as the world becomes more technologically savvy the education system would improve. That is not the case. Education systems have failed us due to complicated curriculums […]
19 July 2018 ∙ 9 minutes to read
The function of our present school system is always a subject of debate: classes that are overcrowded with too many students, absent teachers, too many class hours, too much homework... The first ones to suffer from this dysfunctionality are the students! Slowly becoming disinterested in school, British students risk dropping out in the future and, […]
6 July 2018 ∙ 10 minutes to read
“Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be.” – George Sheehan (Quote Source Brainyquote) It will always be a shock for parents to find out that their child is not doing well in school and may need educational support. If you get […]
4 July 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
A lot of parents have decided that it’s time for their child to benefit from academic support. Do they know exactly what it is? Usually not... They often confuse academic support with other extracurricular support like private tutorials. How exactly is it different? How can we define it? What are the advantages of academic support […]
28 June 2018 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Parenting is a full-time job, and until maybe 10 years ago parents were expected to do it all. Provide private tuition to every question under the sun, be the chauffeur for school runs and play dates, the psychologist for serious upsets and the nurse for colds and everything else. This doesn’t even take into account […]
20 June 2018 ∙ 8 minutes to read
In life there is never a one size fits all solution, which will successfully benefit the entire population equally. But as parents and guardians, have become busier with their careers, trying to make ends meet. Public and private schools have excelled and become the popular choice for children to receive the core of their education. […]
13 June 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Starting any application process can be demanding and time-consuming, and getting your head around all the things you need to do can be a pretty stressful task! For some secondary schools in the UK, children are required to sit the 11+ exam. This exam involves students of all backgrounds, both in the state and independent […]
24 August 2017 ∙ 7 minutes to read
As a number of studies over the past few years have concluded, France (Superprof's home country) is the European leader of private tuition. According to ConsoGlobe, annual turnover for supplemental instruction in France stands at around 2 billion euros. Closer to home, the Financial Times reports that demand for one to one tutoring is up […]
26 July 2017 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Private tutoring in the UK is on the rise, becoming more and more popular with students and parents, and a more inviting career prospect too. But is home tuition the right choice for you? Does it put too much pressure on your child alongside their school life? Is it worth the money? When thinking about […]
18 July 2017 ∙ 12 minutes to read
Age, subjects, exams… there are many factors to take into account when looking for a private tutor! To get the most out of your sessions, you must first and foremost find the tutor who can adapt to your specific needs. No one wants overly complex lessons when they’re only a beginner. Thanks to the growing popularity […]
18 July 2017 ∙ 7 minutes to read
Private tutoring has become a flourishing business, especially in the UK where the market is estimated to be worth £2 billion per year. There are many misconceptions about the industry, however, and many falsely believe it to the preserve of the rich which, while once true, is no longer the case. Students having trouble in class, […]
10 July 2017 ∙ 9 minutes to read
The students we know aspire to academic success, just like you do. Achieving it is a different proposition altogether, isn't it? While many long for one on one instruction from a private tutor, some still hesitate to seek a master out, for various reasons: fears of high costs worries over finding a suitably experienced teacher […]
27 June 2017 ∙ 9 minutes to read
Is there an age limit for tutoring? When is the best time to revise? Should I be looking for tutoring services in the short, medium, or long term? These are questions that almost every student or parent asks themselves about private tutoring. If you aren’t sure, then here’s our advice! Private tutorials aren’t just for […]
26 June 2017 ∙ 6 minutes to read
Academic support was largely unaffected by the economic crisis. The number of students who’ve used tutoring services has gone up from 18% in 2005 to 25% in 2016. The private tutoring market is growing. Many parents have decided to opt for academic tutoring and find a tutor online. Is your child getting good grades? Would […]
26 June 2017 ∙ 6 minutes to read
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Considering a private tutor?
Whatever the reason and whatever your level, finding the right tutor can help improve your skills and knowledge. Superprof has a variety of subjects and tutors so you can find the lessons that most suit you!
Whether it’s homework/exam help or general tutoring classes, a tutor will put you, the student, at the centre of the learning process.
Private lessons can mean faster progression and tailored lesson plans. It is, therefore, easier to find your place and assert yourself in this context of learning. You will gain confidence, trust and above all, benefit from the right expertise. A tailored schedule will also help you to organise your lessons and develop autonomy over your learning.
A tutor can fill in the gaps of your learning or simply provide basic knowledge about subjects you have always been interested in!
An Experienced Tutor and Pedagogue
Every student has particular needs. An experienced teacher and pedagogue will be able to restore the taste for a subject when difficulties could create a mental block. The fear of Math, for example, is very common.
Have you always been interested in science but never knew where to begin? Do you want to learn a new language but have a fear of speaking? Or are you passionate about music but never learnt those favourite guitar chords?
A private tutor can make assessments on your level and knowledge base and propose personalised support to make your lessons a success. Whether for one-time help or weekly classes, an experienced tutor will bring out the best in you, building constructive momentum to reach your potential.
Over the years, academic support and private lessons have become essential for many students. Contrary to popular belief, they are not reserved only for students who are failing.
The Cost of Private Lessons
Private lessons can vary in price. On Superprof the average price for a lesson is £25 but there are also cheaper options available. Each tutor sets their rates at a price that reflects their experience and qualifications.
Most tutors are also open to a reducing their price for multiple lessons.
Looking for cheaper lessons and want to avoid travel costs? Why not consider online lessons.
Tutors who offer tutoring lessons are usually equipped to teach remotely
Online classes can be a great way to find a tutor quickly. Superprof has a large community of tutors that provide lessons for all ages and levels.
Online lessons can be a cheaper and more convenient way to learn. No need to travel or limit your tutor search, with Superprof you have thousands of diverse profiles at your fingertips.