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PostPosted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:59 pm 
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I’d like to enter my DS for QEB 11+ exam in Sep 2014. I’m not keen on using agencies or eleven-plus factories. There’s no shortage of freelance tutors, but so far, the ones I’ve found are a bit on the average side. I’m not worried about rates for someone who fits the following bill:

1. Has a PGCE or educational degree
2. Has a degree (with a 2.1) in a subject which calls for good Maths and English. After a bad experience with another DC, I’m avoid tutors with “soft” degrees, or those with no more than a 2.2 in the better-rated degrees.
3. It would also be a plus if they had strong A levels and went to a Grammar school themselves.

Having wasted a lot of time in the past, I’m going after good paper qualifications first, then I will interview any candidates for the other skills and attributes.

Please PM me if anyone comes to mind in S. Herts/N. London

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 11:09 am 
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Hi Pushy Parent; two questions: I'm interested to know which degrees, in your view, combine a very good knowledge of Maths and English. Presumably you are not looking for anyone with either a Maths or an English degree in that case? Or maybe someone with both? :?

Secondly in what ways have you found previous tutors to be disappointing or average?


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