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Tips for Tutors
 
  • Always dress appropriately, smartly and neatly as parents and students will judge you by your appearance.
     
  • Always be honest and upright in your attitude and behaviour.
     
  • Be prepared to disclose your academic qualifications and experience to parents or students as and when needed for verification.
     
  • Be punctual for every lesson. If you foresee that you are going to be late say, by 10 to 15 minutes, inform parent or student as a matter of courtesy.
     
  • Avoid last minute change of tuition dates or time once it has been fixed unless  due to some unforseen circumstance.
     
  • Be responsible and allow ample time to inform parent or student should there be a change in tuition date or time.
     
  • Be prepared for every lessons, i.e  Prepare yourself well for the topics that you are going to teach or for topics or questions that student may ask you.
     
  • Be passionate and committed.
     
  • Explore various methods to motivate student to help them show an interest in the subject or lesson.
     
  • Be positive in believing that circumstance can change  through your interaction and desire to help the student improve in the subject.
     
  • Be a role model so student can emulate your attitude and desire towards wanting to improve themselves through learning.
     
  • Spend a few minutes to finish explaining a topic to student even when lesson time is up so as to avoid ending it abruptly.
     
  • Patience, understanding, sensitivity and firmness is necessary when dealing with students.
     
  • Do not forsake student when examinations are drawing near.
     
  • Keep parent abreast on the student's progress by keeping in touch with parent regularly. This will show your interest and enthusiasm on child's progress and their attitude towards tuition.