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    Hi, I’m 15 currently in year 11 doing my GCSE’s. I’m predicted a 6 (high B) in maths and English, and 5/4 (high c) in science. I was wondering what would be a suitable price to charge for an hour once a week for ks2 tutoring. I was thinking of something along the lines of £3.50 an hour for years 3 and 4; and £4.50 an hour for years 5 and 6. Is this a suitable price also what’s the best way to advertise ?
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    (Original post by chloe1102adams)
    Hi, I’m 15 currently in year 11 doing my GCSE’s. I’m predicted a 6 (high B) in maths and English, and 5/4 (high c) in science. I was wondering what would be a suitable price to charge for an hour once a week for ks2 tutoring. I was thinking of something along the lines of £3.50 an hour for years 3 and 4; and £4.50 an hour for years 5 and 6. Is this a suitable price also what’s the best way to advertise ?
    I say that is a fair price judging by your age, however getting the job may be quite hard due to parents probably seeking adult tutors instead. For a way to advertise I recommend you printing a piece of paper with the deatils of you service and the price you charge and contact number. Then distribute it to houses in the neighbourhood. However this may cost a bit for printing and paper and you may not even get a offer. Anither way is you can go around asking people house to house but it may just take a long time and be ineffective.
 
 
 
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