How much d...
1 year ago
Depends on experience. Can range from £25-£50.
Physics tutor cost 22 pound per hour
Success with your GCSE Physics and KS3 Science
Between 25-60 GBP; depending on the qualifications of the tutor and the needs of the students. Also, might depend on the level or exam board you are teaching.
17 yrs experience: AQA, Edexcel and & OCR Combined & Separate Sciences
The average is around £30 although you can pay up to £41 an hour.
Hello Delphia thanks for your question. The price is different with every tutor but I can tutor you for £22. per hour
It depends where you go. I teach Physics up to AS level for only £20 an hour.
Experienced Physics / Maths Teacher and PhD at Imperial College London
£40-70, depending upon the tutor's expertise
Hi, I am an A- Level and GCSE Physics Tutor. I charge £25ph for 1-2-1 online tuition.
I would say about £35-45 an hour
It basically depends on the level of physics needed . Usually my main rates are 20p per hour
Physics tutors cost a range depending on the tutor, although the starting price is roughly £15 a hour ranging up to a higher figure of around £40 a hour.
PhD student and highly experienced Latin and English tutor
Hi! Tuition prices vary depending on the level of the student and experience of the tutor. For example, you might find a new GCSE tutor for 15£ whereas a qualified teacher teaching A level Physics may be upwards of 50£. Hope this helps!
isn't it 15 quid an hour?
The average is about £22 but it depends on where you live and what level you teach.
Queen Mary Mechanical Engineering Student - 3 Year Private Tutor
18 pounds per hour. The higher the level the higher the price!
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