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Tutors in North London Area

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APere Sat 02-Mar-19 00:05:47

Can anyone recommend a tutor in the North/East London area for KS2 and 11+?

How much are people paying per hour?

MathsTutor123 Tue 16-Apr-19 15:11:02

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Abi1967 Thu 25-Apr-19 13:16:51

I paid £45 per hour to tutor my son for 11+ last academic year. Which area are you in? I can recommend the tutor I used for my DS depending on where you are. Her lessons were 2 hours minimum, which I’ll be honest with you, I was frustrated about at first, but actually it worked quite well as it got DS into the habit of concentrating for long periods of time, which fared him well for exams. DS is a very hyperactive child, and she did very well with him, I asked her for references before she started and all the parents said the same thing, that their DC adored her (probably as she would occasionally bring snacks with her to share!)

Ingrid76 Fri 03-May-19 15:00:03

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chiaralev Fri 20-Sep-19 10:15:42

Hello, I'm looking for tutoring groups specifically for children trying for the London 11+ Consortium (eg SHGS, Channing, G&L, etc). DD already doing 121 but it would be good to join a group. Any recommendations with demonstrable results? We live in NW, but happy to travel a bit. Thanks!

Nwamama Sat 21-Sep-19 23:33:48

Hi, do you know any 11 + tutor? Please refer if you have. Thank you

Baglover29 Mon 23-Sep-19 16:07:08, offers maths tuition predominantly but is also happy to offer 11+, has worked at QE boys and Latymer so very familiar with entrance exams and processes

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