Obviously, I'm biased. Regardless of what you do, I'd offer two suggestions:
1. Ensure that the person you are going to work with has a style/feel that you are comfortable with.
2. Always have a 'plan.' Some tutoring relationships can fail b/c they just turn into 'problem review.' You want to have a real detailed plan to move you from session to session.
Hope this helps.
Hi team, I am looking for a private tutor, i am currently scoring around 590, 600's (non native) and would like to get at least 700.
can anyone recommend my a great private tutor? If you are interestes please pm me... I would like to start asap.
thinking of getting Mangattan Privet tutor services but wanted to touch base in the forum..
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