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How To Thrive During The Exam Rush

Joining me on the Blog today is Richard Evans, an international tutor and the co-founder of my favourite online whiteboard, BitPaper. He’s also the director of The Tutors’ Association and founder of The Profs, so has a wealth of tutoring experience to share. For Richard and many other tutors, the busy exam period is in full swing so I wanted to find out how he makes the most of the exam rush. Here’s what he had to say:

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What Every Online Tutor Needs

Last week, I was talking to another tutor on Skype who was considering trying online tutoring for the first time. We were discussing the benefits of online tuition and how to get started when an email notification popped up on my screen to tell me I had just made a sale of 10 one-to-one Skype lessons. Fantastic! There I was doing a separate activity unrelated to marketing or selling my lessons and I was able to secure a new student for the next 10 weeks. How was I able to do that? With something I believe every online tutor needs… Continue reading

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Why I Love Online Tutoring

How many languages do you speak?” That’s the number one question people ask me when I tell them what I do for a living. What’s my answer… one and a half! I’m pretty good at speaking English (although still learning every day) and I’ve got some basic French skills so I’m not bad at ordering cheese sandwiches and can tell you there’s a cat on the table! So why does everyone ask me that question? Because I’m an online tutor and I teach English as a foreign language using Skype. The reality is that I’ve taught students from over 40 different countries but all of my lessons are taught entirely in English.

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