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Why should I get a tutor for my child?

Whether you’re considering online or face-to-face tutoring, a private tutor can have an enormous impact on your child’s education. While every tutor brings something different to the table, they can all offer the following:

1. A personalised learning experience

Everyone learns at their own pace, in their own way. A tutor provides a tailored learning experience that plays to your child’s strengths, helps them overcome their struggles, and keeps them motivated – all of which leads to real results. What’s more, students with a private tutor typically progress much faster than they would in a traditional classroom setting – where one-on-one time with a teacher is often non-existent.

2. Focus on weaker areas

Whether it was English Language or Maths, most of us had a subject in school that we struggled with and the students of today are no different. Many parents use PMT Education to help give their child a boost in just one specific subject or area, and it’s really paid off.

3. Better exam results

Our team of tutors have taken and aced their fair share of exams (and some of our team have even worked as examiners), so they know a thing or two about getting excellent results. Whether it’s mock exams or A-levels, a tutor won’t just ensure your child is 100% prepared for exam day – they’ll make sure your child is feeling confident about it, too.

4. Flexibility

Private tutoring can be flexible enough to fit in alongside school/college, extra-curricular activities, part-time jobs, and family life. Lessons can be taken on the weekends or in the evenings, and at PMT Education we’ll never charge you if you cancel a lesson with 48 hours’ notice.

5. Personal growth

Given that school is usually the epicentre of a child’s social life, they can often be extremely distracting places. A private tutor removes those distractions, allowing your child to regain their focus, develop a desire to learn, and realise their potential.

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