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    Is it realistic for GCSE maths tuition to be £80 a month or £320 a month? I was told about some discount and I can't remember whether they said it was £80 a week or £80 a month can anyone help?
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    Is it realistic for GCSE maths tuition to be £80 a month or £320 a month? I was told about some discount and I can't remember whether they said it was £80 a week or £80 a month can anyone help?
    Depends how often you're having maths tuition, but £320 sounds like a hell of a lot! I'd say £80, if you're having one one-hour lesson per week that sounds about right especially discounted. If it's more than an hour per week, maybe it is the higher price. To be honest I would have thought it would have been somewhere in the middle of those prices, because you're either getting extremely cheap or extremely expensive tuition.
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    Is it realistic for GCSE maths tuition to be £80 a month or £320 a month? I was told about some discount and I can't remember whether they said it was £80 a week or £80 a month can anyone help?
    How many hours? £320 is waaaaaay to much. £80 sounds right for 4-8 hrs depends
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    How many hours? £320 is waaaaaay to much. £80 sounds right for 4-8 hrs depends
    By 4-8 hrs do u mean weekly?
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    By 4-8 hrs do u mean weekly?
    So is 320 a MONTH too much?
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    By 4-8 hrs do u mean weekly?
    For £80 worth. It depend ondifferent factors: how many students per class, qualification of tutor, location of session etc
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    For £80 worth. It depend ondifferent factors: how many students per class, qualification of tutor, location of session etc
    Do you think it is possible to revise for mathematics GCSE all independently, like without any tutor and just using good websites like mathsgenie and obviously working really hard ???
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    Do you think it is possible to revise for mathematics GCSE all independently, like without any tutor and just using good websites like mathsgenie and obviously working really hard ???
    Yh definitely. Just do lots of exam practise.
    Also check physicsandmathstutor out and mathswatch(not sure of they have new syllabus)
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    Is it realistic for GCSE maths tuition to be £80 a month or £320 a month? I was told about some discount and I can't remember whether they said it was £80 a week or £80 a month can anyone help?
    Hi there Maro,

    You might be interested to take a look at this page we have that details private tuition rates:

    https://www.thetutorpages.com/private-tuition-fees

    From this, you can see that on average, GCSE tutors are charging about £34/hour for individual tuition. This is an average, so outside London this figure may be quite a bit lower.

    Good luck with your studies!

    Emma
 
 
 
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