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how can i start online tutoring? ive signed up to “tutorhunt” but im not getting any students. i really want to start tutoring but i’ve no clue how to get started or how to find willing pupils. i’m trying to teach either english, maths or art
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Oh my god I was supposed to say “online tutoring help” HAHAHAHA so ironic seeing as i’m tutoring english… i swear im better than this. it’s just cause i’m tired asf rn on my phone but yeah ALLOW MEEE
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Maybe charge lower rates and you'll get more work...I was getting loads of work when I charged around £15-£20 an hr.

I can't be asked with tutoring anymore so I've set my rates really high.
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Oh my god I was supposed to say “online tutoring help” HAHAHAHA so ironic seeing as i’m tutoring english… i swear im better than this. it’s just cause i’m tired asf rn on my phone but yeah ALLOW MEEE
UKTUTORS is where I look, but they take a cut. Your parents friends will have a friend who need tuition, get them to send your rates and what you offer and why you would be a good tutor to a group chat and do it cash in hand
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how can i start online tutoring? ive signed up to “tutorhunt” but im not getting any students. i really want to start tutoring but i’ve no clue how to get started or how to find willing pupils. i’m trying to teach either english, maths or art
My friend signed up with some international website and she got a lot of students because they want British tutors apparently
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My friend signed up with some international website and she got a lot of students because they want British tutors apparently
Do you happen to know which site?
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Maybe charge lower rates and you'll get more work...I was getting loads of work when I charged around £15-£20 an hr.

I can't be asked with tutoring anymore so I've set my rates really high.
My rates are like £12-15 😭
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there is also tutordoctor and superprof but some take cuts
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Do you happen to know which site?

My rates are like £12-15 😭
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Try signing up to another site too....I used first tutors.

Also if you have tutoring experience really sell it well, like how you helped a student perform well in the past.
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Try signing up to another site too....I used first tutors.

Also if you have tutoring experience really sell it well, like how you helped a student perform well in the past.
I just signed up on there. There are some students on the 'marketplace' section but I do not know how to contact them..?
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Tutoring is really hard to get into these days, on most of the sites - tutorhunt, tutorful, firsttutors, you are going to appear far down the search rankings when you start out and can only climb by successfully getting new students so it's just hard. Especially for online tutoring.

You need to sign up to literally every website and agency you can possibly find!

I tutor full time now and charge a lot but it's a real grind to get to that position.
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