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    As I recently finished high school and have an extremely strong passion for maths I thought my spare time could be put to good use by advertising my skills to help primary school aged children with their maths work and homework as I believe I am a suitable candidate for it. I'm predicted A* at GCSE Maths and an A at GCSE Level 2 Further Maths and will also be studying A level maths & further maths once I start college in September.
    I was wondering if anyone knew of anything I would have to do before advertising to become a homework helper/tutor, how much to charge averagely, where to advertise and anything else which would be helpful
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    (Original post by arabella_)
    As I recently finished high school and have an extremely strong passion for maths I thought my spare time could be put to good use by advertising my skills to help primary school aged children with their maths work and homework as I believe I am a suitable candidate for it. I'm predicted A* at GCSE Maths and an A at GCSE Level 2 Further Maths and will also be studying A level maths & further maths once I start college in September.
    I was wondering if anyone knew of anything I would have to do before advertising to become a homework helper/tutor, how much to charge averagely, where to advertise and anything else which would be helpful
    I don't think many people will hire 16 year olds to teach their kids..plus, its summer now.
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    Start in the new year, and begin by tutoring kids you already know. Maybe giving out leaflets at school time to parents and putting posters up. Possibly asking the school if they could ask parents if their children need any help? Sign up to tutor hunt websites and stuff, put an ad in the press, shop windows! Just get a word out
 
 
 
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