Dedicated one-on-one tutoring
The best way to work through a problem, together
Every TuteSmart student has access to our online classes and on-demand tutoring. For most of the time, this is enough learning support.
However, for those times that you feel like you need help for a little bit longer, we offer one-on-one private tutoring sessions. These sessions last 30 minutes and are booked online. They are available on a regular basis, or as a one-off.
The one-on-one tutoring sessions are structured in the following way:
Book your session
Students book a session for any subject, at any time, with any tutor. They note down what their learning aims are for this session.
Your tutor prepares
Your tutor reviews your learning aims, and plans out the session.
At your session time, you connect with your tutor, and get dedicated, personalised help.
Document and review
After your session, your tutor notes down what was covered, achieved, and any items to review at your next session.
Works around your needs
Unlike regular private tutoring sessions, we believe that students need flexibility when deciding what they need help with.
Not every week is the same. Some weeks you have four tests, some weeks you have none. With full flexibility, students are able to minimise costs, whilst still having access to personalised support as they need it.
With flexible private tutoring, students don’t have to commit to:
You can get private tutoring help for a different subject every session. This even includes smaller subjects that we don’t offer tutorial classes for!
You don’t have to commit to the same time and day on a regular basis. Students can select a different time for every session.
You don’t have to commit to a private tutoring session every week - you can have these more or less often depending on your needs. Alternatively, you can decide to book a session in as you need it, with no commitment at all.
You will make great connections with certain tutors, who you may want to see regularly. Or, you may want to get help with a niche subject, or hear about a tutor’s uni course, from a tutor that doesn’t take your class. It’s entirely up to you.