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Rosie Dunn

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Hey! My name is Rosie and I'm a private tutor. Private tutors offer one-on-one personal, educational help to students in elementary or secondary schools or to adults with a high school diploma. As an elementary private tutor, you will help struggling children (grade 8) improve their academic skills in math, reading, or writing. As a secondary private tutor, you can help students (grade 9) with English, science, history, French or other subjects. Private tutoring is also an option for adults with a high school diploma who need a second diploma or certification to help them compete for a high-paying job. Also as a private tutor, I recommend checking out Ibuyessay reviews to find the right homework assistant.


Private tutors are often younger than their school teachers and maybe college graduates with a master's degree or Ph.D. Most tutors are employed in higher education settings, either as full-time aides to teachers or full-time researchers. Some private tutors work part-time out of the home, while others are attached to local schools as reading coaches, science teachers, or physical education instructors. Private tutors are usually recommended by their local school principals or teachers' assistants, although some tutors are paid on a performance-based basis based on their academic results.

If you are considering a career as an early childhood educator or full-time private tutor, there are several things you should consider. You must be committed to providing exceptional service in a fast-paced, sometimes confusing environment. It takes a lot of creativity, hard work, and the willingness to take risks to work in this profession. Although private tutors earn more than college instructors, their hourly rates are usually lower when compared with college instructor rates at private schools, universities, or vocational/trade schools. The competitive pay and flexible hours make this a great choice for the mother of two who wishes to supplement her income and teach children from early childhood until late high school.