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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?
A dedicated and an inspiring tutor who is also an author.
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
Adding value - A core foundation of learning. Teamwork and Dedication.
A Maths GCSE session should be costing between £20 to £25
Energetic Oxford Engineering Student teaching Maths and Physics.
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.
15 pounds for the beginners and 30 for experienced tutors
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.
Hi Isac Russel,
The price of the tutor generally varies from person to person, however with an experienced tutor that can to the best of their ability aid in raising a students grade would be £20+. I hope this helps, if you have any further queries please don't hesitate to message.
Experienced Computer Science & Business Teacher (KS3, GCSE, A-Level)
It depends on teachers experience. I will be charging £20
£15/hr, this is the cost of my tutoring and I can for sure help your son get at least a grade 7 with some intense, engaging and informative revision
Experienced GCSE Maths Tutor WJEC EDEXCEL AQA
£25 online, face to face depending where you are.
Experienced maths tutor - Over 10 years experience teaching maths
Between £20 - £35 per hour
Aspiring GCSE math teacher, here to help you go beyond your goals
Hi Isac, thank you for getting in touch. The answer to this question varies with experience and qualifications. For tutors that are just starting out, prices will usually range from £14 - £19 an hour. If you're wanting tutors who have more experience and/or some relevant qualification, then prices can range £20 - £30 an hour and more than that if you're looking at experienced tutors who will most likely have a proven track record.
I hope this helps and if you have any more questions, I'd be happy to help. I am also available as a mathematics tutor with experience and willingness to negotiate prices that will suit the both of us. Thanks, Ahkin Bautista
Experienced Accountancy and Maths tutor
A fully qualified tutor is around £ 25-30 per hour, unqualified around £10-20 per hour. A qualified teacher can achieve much more in an hour provide the right direction and plan to attain a much higher grade.
That would depend on what your son needs help with. If they require help understanding the syllabus, it can cost a bit more as teaching complicated topics will require time but allow him to do better in more challenging questions. However, if he needs practice, it could be cheaper as one of the Tutors can question him while assisting, increasing confidence with the GCSE math material.
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