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    Would it be best to see how you go to start with and if you struggle then look into getting a tutor?
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    (Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
    Would it be best to see how you go to start with and if you struggle then look into getting a tutor?
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    tutoring is very expensive. See how things go and then consider it.
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    tutoring is very expensive. See how things go and then consider it.
    I can get tutoring for free, due to my being in foster care and all. Social services will pay for it. the same goes for my university fees.

    I suppose what Im asking is, would private tutoring make a difference?
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    I can get tutoring for free, due to my being in foster care and all. Social services will pay for it. the same goes for my university fees.

    I suppose what Im asking is, would private tutoring make a difference?
    Ah okay. That changes things slightly. I think really tutoring only makes a difference if you need it. Assess the situation and then see where your weaknesses lie.

    If not the expense, its also time-consuming- I think you should think about it a few months into the courses- not before you even start

    Best of Luck
 
 
 

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