Why I Became a Tutor

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Subject: A-level French
Last updated: 30/06/2010
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A-level French

I became a tutor while I was studying, and I suppose (without lying) that was because there was demand, I needed some money and was keen to start this activity as I had always been very closely associated with it. My mother and father are both teachers: English and French.

After I started I realised I truly loved and enjoyed it and fully invested in getting the best out of my students. That is, I invested in getting to know them and designing a programme and sessions around their interests, making it easier and more enjoyable for both the student and me.

I have always received very positive feedback and top results.

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Matthew Brown GCSE Maths Tutor (North West London)
Posted by Matthew Brown (view profile) on 2010-08-08 16:33:25

Good feedback as you say does make you feel very good.

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