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    I am in second year college, I got an A* in maths at GCSE and A last year in college in maths a levels, I want to tutor students doing GCSE or first year maths. is this a good idea? and how could I get into tutoring?

    From my research it says I don't need a certain amount of qualifications but being a uni student is preferable. What should I do? I find this will be a good way for me to make money on the side without having to do a job at times I don't like. idk need some advice?
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    (Original post by Student1600)
    I am in second year college, I got an A* in maths at GCSE and A last year in college in maths a levels, I want to tutor students doing GCSE or first year maths. is this a good idea? and how could I get into tutoring?

    From my research it says I don't need a certain amount of qualifications but being a uni student is preferable. What should I do? I find this will be a good way for me to make money on the side without having to do a job at times I don't like. idk need some advice?
    There is a website called Tutorhunt. Signing up is relatively straightforward and quite successful.
 
 
 
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