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going rate for work as a tutor?

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missingmyflatbelly Thu 09-Jun-11 18:12:04

hope people don't mind me asking but what is the going rate for work as a tutor with no experience? i haven't worked as a private tutor before, am helping a year 8 student, how much should i charge?


GnomeDePlume Thu 09-Jun-11 22:12:19

I paid a tutor £15/half hour plus a lift home. This was AS/A2 level.

ajandjjmum Thu 09-Jun-11 22:14:14

A2 we've paid between £20 and £28 per hour.

create Thu 09-Jun-11 22:18:02

£37 p/hr for 11+ tutor here shock In his own home

missingmyflatbelly Thu 09-Jun-11 22:29:19

so the charge should be more if im travelling to her home?

create Thu 09-Jun-11 22:36:01

Not sure missing. I think some people would consider he's due more because he has the cost of using his home as a classroom hmm but it would certainly be easier for me if he came here (so add avalue to me).

This is a retired teacher who's only job is now tutoring and he runs a conveyor belt - one in one out, so he'd get far less children through if he went to them

He does provide all the books/paper/pencils etc

heretobefriendly Fri 10-Jun-11 09:57:46

I pay £18 per hour for 11+ in the tutor's own home which I've been told is very reasonable!

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