FAQ

For Tutors

Which subjects can I tutor?

Learners who approach tutors for help are often going to take tests or exams in the future. It is important that tutors be familiar with curriculum and syllabuses of the subjects they teach. Do include how you are able to help them succeed in your bio.
 
You can tutor subjects at 11+, 13+, GCE/GCSE/iGCSE which you have studied at A-level, Senior School, College (or equivalent) and achieved an A / A* or a 7 (or equivalent) grade.
 
To tutor a subject at A-level (or equivalent), it must additionally form a major part of your degree. We also ask that you have the relevant syllabus knowledge in the subjects you tutor. For example, to tutor a subject at A-level, you have to have sat the A-level exam.
 
Learners who approach tutors for help are often going to take tests or exams in the future. It is important that tutors be familiar with curriculum and syllabuses of the subjects they teach. Do include how you are able to help them succeed in your bio.
 
As a simple rule of thumb, you should acquire an A grade or higher for the subject you tutor. For languages, we ask that you have at least obtained an A in the exam you sat or as a native speaker.