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What makes a successful tutor?
If you have solid knowledge in a subject and enjoy working with kids, you may be able to establish yourself as a private tutor and earn some money. Once you’ve decided which subjects, age groups and grade levels you’d like to tutor, familiarize yourself with the curriculum and establish suitable teaching methods. A successful tutor adjusts instruction to fit their student’s specific needs and learning style and communicates well with students (and their parents!) along the way.
How much can I make as a tutor?
So you’ve decided to offer tutoring for students in need. Now you need to figure out how much to charge. If you work for a tutoring center or agency, they will determine the rate. However, if you’re working on your own, consider several factors, including your credentials, level of experience and proven success and the city you live in. High school students can expect to charge $30 to $40 per hour while an experienced, certified teacher may charge up to $85 per hour.