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    I want to teach Maths as a private tutor to earn some extra money, how would I go about doing this? Do I need any qualfications etc. ?

    Where would you recommend I advertise for a maximum amount of clients? Pricing? Any other details I should give?

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    Well, to what level of Mathematics have you studied? And what level would you be hoping to teach?
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    To start off with, you might be best just doing friends' younger siblings or whatever. Then, when you've got experience there's laods of places like supermakets, post offices, newspapers that you can advertise in.
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    (Original post by Wrangler)
    Well, to what level of Mathematics have you studied? And what level would you be hoping to teach?
    I'm a first year maths undergraduate, I've also done one year as a physics undergraduate.

    I was hoping to teach upto A2 maths, my plan was to be very cheap, charging only £10-15 an hour due to lack of experience and teaching qualifications.

    Juno, have you got any specific examples?
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    Then I'd say your pitching at around the right level. Assuming you were getting As in your Maths A-Level, you'd be in a good position to pass on some knowledge to those doing A-Levels at the mo.

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    What do you mean by specific examples? I know all major supermarkets have an advertising board, and post offices usually place adverts in their window (but you might need to pay a small fee). And loacl newspapers have a classified section, but again you might need to pay.
 
 
 
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