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Hello, I am a new member.

Is there any way to find exceptional A-Levels tutors outside of tutoring companies? We just moved to New York City from England and I am looking for an excellent A level tutor. Ideally, they would live in NYC, but, online tutoring could be a good option for us.

We have spent literally MONTHS trying to find A level tutors here. We now want to find someone who can tutor online.

What is particularly difficult is finding someone familiar with the A Levels system here in NYC so I thought you might have referrals or ideas?

These are the subjects we need help with:

Psychology – AQA – (7182)
Business Studies – AQA – (7132)
History of Art – Edexcel/Pearson – (9HT0)

Thank you so much in advance,
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I used one or two tutors on mytutor.co.uk and was relatively impressed with their knowledge and ability to teach. That said, the fact that all tutors are students is a double-edged sword in that arguably they are more knowledgable in their subject relative to teachers, but they aren't always as good at actually teaching. I would still say have a look and see what you think.
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Thanks for the response. So, you have to create an account on mytutor.co.uk, right? I would prefer to contact these tutors directly without a third party mediation
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