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Hi, I am looking at different options to help my son get through his Maths GCSE this year and wanted to know what a reasonable price per hour is for a Maths GCSE tutor that can raise his grade by 1 or 2?
£25 an hour seems reasonable.
Hi Isac, I currently charge £30 per hour, but this cost can fluctuate between £20-50 depending on the qualifications of the tutor. In some cases, a half an hour session can be sufficient. I would be more than happy to help your son through his math GCSE as I myself got an A* in Maths GCSE and an A in Further Maths GCSE. I also have a masters degree in Physics.
Anywhere from £10 - £30
I charge 15 pounds per hour but im more than happy to stay abit longer with some extra help if he needs it. Im quite flexible and am here to help.
I personally charge 20 but the price can vary up till 50 depending on the subject or the tutors experience.
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The average price is £15, however the price can be negotiated for people on low income.
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I personally charge £25 per hour.
My hours are usually flexible and catered towards your child's benefits!!
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30 -35 per hour with regular homework
I am able to offer about £15/hr to help him, that is around the going prices for tutoring with additional notes
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A Maths GCSE session should be costing between £20 to £25
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Hi Isac, although I've not surveyed the market, I'd say somewhere between £15 - 30 /hour is reasonable. Some tutors cost more than this as they have different teaching qualifications or have been doing it longer, but you can probably find a good tutor in this price range. For example I offer about £20/hour for my lessons.
£30 is a good fee xpectation. I have taken students from grade 5 to 9, and from grade 2 to 6, but it depends on his level of engagement - how much he wants to learn. To support school work a minimum of 1 hour a week would be necessary, but to really boost his skills, I would recommend 2 lessons per week.
I am a GCSE and A Level Maths and Science Tutor.
Typically the range is between £15-£40 per hour depending on experience
Experienced maths teacher (17 yrs) offering GCSE and A-Level tuition.
Depending on the experience and qualifications of the tutor you can expect to pay between £25 and £40 per hour.
I’m a 1st Year Medic at Kings College London who loves teaching!
A reasonable price for a maths GCSE students would be £23 an hour. It depends on the exam board and how much progress needs to be done.
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