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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 an hour for years 3 and 4; and £4 an hour for years 5 and 6. Is this a suitable price ? Also does anyone have any advice on how to advertise or where to start ? I do have some experience in tutoring, I guided my 3 siblings when we moved as we had done the opposite end of the curriculum. I’m also currently tutoring a girl in year 6, helping her prepare for her sats.
 
 
 
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