Do tutors make a lot of money?

Through our website, parents and students can find you, send you messages and book classes with you. You can set your own tutoring fee, which ranges from £20 to £100 per hour.

Do tutors make a lot of money?

Through our website, parents and students can find you, send you messages and book classes with you. You can set your own tutoring fee, which ranges from £20 to £100 per hour. Some tutors only want to teach 2-5 hours per week, so even though you can't make a living from it, it's still a great way to earn money. Most teachers charge £40 per hour.

Of course, if you work 20 hours a week, as some of our private tutors do, you can earn a lot more. Some tutors who work for Tutor House make over £3000 a month, while that would only be 8 to 9 months of the year, it's still big money. They require that their tutors have at least a bachelor's degree in the subject they want to teach and some teaching experience. They are looking for tutors with experience in a wide range of subjects, including AP, SAT preparation, and even business topics.

So if you're giving private lessons to a GCSE student, you'll need at least an A level in what you're teaching. To find customers, you can check out the tutoring jobs listed in the article or contact your local neighbors in the NextDoor app or a local Facebook group. Guardians travel with the family as they travel around the world, or guardians travel with the family on vacation. Their tutoring sessions usually last an hour and a half, so they are longer than other companies.

There is really no downtime, unlike subject-specific tutors who can only work with a student before exams or on specific subjects. Online tutoring is an excellent opportunity for students and tutors because they can set their own schedules and work according to their own pace. Although some platforms offer a higher salary, this is a great place to start your journey as an online tutor. Synchronous tutoring is another type of online tutoring that involves real-time interaction between the student and the tutor.

As someone who was a good student at school, I always thought about starting a tutoring business. This post and my book on Amazon give you the knowledge and understanding to start your own ACT tutoring business and start earning extra money (money that can change your life). Online tutoring jobs are different from traditional tutoring jobs because you don't have to stay in the office or wait for your students to come to your house. Many companies will give preference to tutors who already have teaching experience or a bachelor's degree in the subject they want to teach.

Online tutoring is very popular because it allows you to share files, share more than a book with students, search for specific problems, answer questions, and also leave a lot of homework for students.

Lipa Bunton
Lipa Bunton

Future teacher-I hope! I am currently at university in England. I got into blogging during lockdown, which is when I became an online tutee too! I love blogging and love tutoring. I'm also a total maths geek. I've been tutoring GCSE students for a while, and this is a blog about GCSE tutoring.