Current tutors' testimonials
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages to potential tutors because it seems to attract numbers of people looking for this service. Thus, a good place to be listed."
Douglas Hainline (Bramley)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because you get regular work. You can get all the contact details and then contact the student accordingly. I would recommend the service."
Rosemary S L Beard (Central Sutton)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because it is a professional web page. I have been delighted with the efficient way Tutor Pages works, and very pleased with all I have experienced. I would wholeheartedly recommend it to all teachers who are looking to tutor."
S Pemberton (Upton)
"The Tutor Pages has proved to be the best website at providing a steady flow of students and I have enjoyed working with all those I have met through The Tutor Pages."
Mr Rugless (Beckenham)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because of the reliable and steady stream of genuine students they provide, coupled with the ease of use of the site."
Luke Aspden (Bitterne)
"Hats off to the Tutor Pages team! I cannot express how grateful I am to your team. Their customer service was quick, efficient, very friendly and of the highest industry standard. It feels great to know that freelancers may benefit from such a quality of customer service from an online platform. I have been on Tutor Pages for three years and plan on renewing my membership for as long as I'll be teaching! Year in and Year out it has been worth every penny!"
Simon Gfeller (Central Cambridge)
"Tutor Pages has boosted my teaching and more than pays for itself over the year."
Casey Greene (Shrewsbury)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because I have gained a large number of students from the site. Unlike the majority of other sites, students are not required to pay commission fees, which seems to put off a number of people, when selecting a tutor. Once you are registered as a tutor, you generally attract a large number of enquiries, and the procedure for students to contact tutors is very straightforward as they can contact you directly after the first contact has been made rather than having to go via the website. This has the advantage of both parties being aware of where the other lives, something that a number of sites deliberately conceal. The Tutor Pages is one of the few sites to treat both tutors and tutees like adults rather than money-making machines, and for that it is worth the membership fee, which also makes it more likely to attract credible tutors who are committed to teaching."
Sam Sanders (Twickenham)