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 Post subject: Choosing tutors
PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:17 am 
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I'm finding myself quite insecure about choosing a tutor for DD currently in yr 4. Friends seem to be gravitating to companies who are charging loads & insisting on several hours of lessons & homework each week. i can neither afford the money or want to subject dd to this type of workload. I would appreciate some help please. Is anyone able to recommend good tutors in the chesham/Amersham area? I know this would be via PM, but any info would be gratefully received. Thanks.

Genuine recommendations by PM only (private message) are acceptable - but beware of the possibility that someone who appears to be offering a recommendation may have a vested interest! Please let us know if you think anyone is abusing the system by soliciting for business or 'spamming'.
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Always treat recommendations from unknown persons with caution. However, there are many long standing members (check the date of joining and number of posts) who make a valuable contribution to the forum. If you receive a recommendation from one of them, it could be worth considering seriously (while still exercising a degree of caution).

If you receive a recommendation from anyone else, please exercise extreme caution!

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 Post subject: Re: Choosing tutors
PostPosted: Mon Mar 18, 2013 11:49 am 
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Quiz any potential tutor on their knowledge of the new exam! If they are teaching the original 21 types of VR avoid them.


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