Does tutoring count as employment (UCAS)Watch
Hi, I tutor some younger students a couple times a week, and am paid directly by their parents, per hour. Does this count as "employment", d.h. do I enter this into the "employment" section in my UCAS application?
Yes you can enter that in the employment section. To be honest, it won't affect much unless the tutoring is relevant to your degree course (a lot of UCAS applicants just leave the employment section blank) but you can include it if you want to.
Being good at a subject is one thing; being able to bring it alive and help it make sense to others that find it more difficult shows that you have patience and can communicate your subject. These are positives surely? See how much other stuff you have and decide accordingly.