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The tutor comes to your place at a time convenient to you and teaches the student. This mode of learning is called home tuition
Generally two days a week per subject. Each session of 1 1/2 hour to 2 hours.
For 11 Rs. 8000/- per month (7 months)
For 12 Rs. 8000/- per month (10 months)
On an hourly basis Rs. 800/- per hour.
In case of hourly basis fees are paid for 10 hours in advance. (After two trial classes)
Monthly fees are also paid in advance.
Yes a trial class of two to three is generally given. These classes are free.
RS. 10000/- PER MONTH (20 MONTHS)
RS. 1000/- PER HOUR
Periodical test are conducted after each topic.
Also cumulative tests prelimnary exams just before the exams are also conducted.
Papers are assessed before the students . Students doubts are solved after assessment.
Generally students attent coaching classes or college classes, where there are a large number of students present in the classroom.
Also the session are prolonged.
Personal attention is seldom given.
Home tuition takes care of this.
The teacher teaches at the pace and time convinent to the student.
Most if not all the doubts are cleared.
Teaching sessions and Test are custom made to suit the students learning ability.
Also changes if any can easily made.
There is better communication between the teachier student and parents.dh
Fees are generally expensive compared to regular coaching classes.
With a professional tutor, it is value for your money.
1. Teaching credientials - Check Qualification and Experience in the field in which you intend to learn
2. Regularity and puntuality are very important.
3. Comfort level between the student and teacher.
4.knowledge about the exams pattern marking schemes is very important
Generally a copy of the photo identity is aadhar card or driving licence is a must.
Also ask for a reference atleast two, mostly past or present students.
if possible for your own location
Generally pay the fees by cheque or bank transfer.
Avoid cash transactions.
Also avoid large advance payments.
Stick to the tems agreed.