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loopyloo87 Tue 19-Apr-16 19:01:19

Hi .my dad has just turned 10 & at an independent school ...I'm thinking about a maths tutor are group tuition just as good as one to one ?

meditrina Tue 19-Apr-16 20:41:27

It entirely depends on what your DD's needs are. If there are specific gaps that need tackling, then one-to-one is likely to be the best bet. Ditto if it's a case of preparation for a particular school's style of exam.

PurpleAlerts Tue 19-Apr-16 20:45:35

My DD attended group tuition at a local Kip Mcgrath centre for her 11+. Seemed to work well for her as she passed both the 11+ and an entrance test to a competetive independent school.

The one she attended was really good but I know they are a franchise and so may vary. Try to get some recommendations to tell you what your local one is like.

Mandzi34 Tue 19-Apr-16 21:31:00

My DS also did the Kip Mcgrath route and it worked for us!

Dungandbother Tue 19-Apr-16 21:47:36

And I know an English teacher who put both her DC into Kip and both failed the 11+.

I would try personal recommendations in your area.

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