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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Well my maths tutoring is about $90 a week, except it's 3 hours.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah182
    My maths tutor is $62.50 for 1 hour!!
    Shes really good though and used to be the head of maths at a private school in Wollongong. In a year I boosted my maths results from 51% in an exam at school to 90 in my SC.
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    er That really means nothing..

    School ceritifctae for maths doesnt reward smart students. It rewards students who think like wierdos and have a twisted mind. The Questions are there solely to trick you.

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    My maths teacher said the SC was a joke and was designed to make the Government look good.

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    Yeah Im thinking of changing I have a friend who did her HSC last year and did 4 unit maths. her uai was 96, shes 2 hours for $60. It sounds like we're talking about hookers!!
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Never thought about it that way...but thanks for throwing it into my head now..


    I think anything beyond 50bucks per hour is unreasonable. you're just a tutor, no matter how smart or good you are, if 50 bucks isn't good enough, you should be a professor. i charge 25 now, i used to charge 20...and my students are happy with that.
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    i get english for $40 and maths for $40 too
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    depends on what you actually do for the student..
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Well for my private tutoring with Japanese it's $25/hr and I think that's pretty reasonable seeing how good my teacher is
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    For private tutoring, I'd agree with $30/hr for a qualified tutor but probably not much more.

    For group tutoring though, and once again this is dependant on quality, I wouldn't expect to pay more than $15-20/hr.
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    private $30 an hour is reasonable, depending on qualifications and how well spoken the tutor is.

    For class tutoring, $30/hr is also the norm, as you get the benefit of the private materials and notes of your college, and also being taught by a proper teacher

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    what would be a reasonable rate for tutoring someone in year 10 maths if the tutor is a second year uni student with no previous experience but 95/100 for 2 unit maths and 46/50 for extension 1 maths and 99 UAI?
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    I'd be willing to pay $15-25 an hour.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    I am not willing to have a tutor from the start. But if I need to have one, I guess $30 would be a norm.

    It is sad to see that there are people who cannot take tutoring due to its high prices. It's skyrocketing these days. (worse than petrol, damn it)

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Petrol is a necessity though.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aplus
    Petrol is a necessity though.
    For some parents, tutoring is a necessity as well. My mum speaks of tutoring everyday. (like how much I need it)

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    im currently first in my school in extension history, modern history, and economics and want to tutor next year?

    what would u say is a reasonable price for an hour?

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Quote Originally Posted by kimmeh
    30ph is expensive for anyone. tutoring colleges charge about 20ph with qualified teachers teachnig you. If not less-Mind you this is in groups. I know a tutor (who has his own college) charges 130 ph one on one. Im guessing he's giving you more than tutoring in the hour.
    Hmmm... My english tutor charges me $45/hour, but sometimes goes overtime by 5-15 minutes, and on occasions, i just let her keep the change.

    She's exceptionally sophisticated in terms of probing beyond the superficial anaylsis of texts and also likes to criticise teaching methods of teachers today (and evolution of english itself). Yes, she's also good with creative writing, if you were wondering...

    I rarely see celebrated tutors around for $20 . My old maths tutor was $50 an hour, which I left in order to pursue tutoring in a class for $45/two hours. I prefer the class.
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    am i the only retard who charges $15 an hr and have to travel 1.5 hrs from hurstville to liverpool? and spend $10 and 1 hr photocopying materials for each lesson?

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    lol mine is 70 bucks per hour is it rip off?
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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Quote Originally Posted by kenshinx77 View Post
    lol mine is 70 bucks per hour is it rip off?
    I'm assuming private; I'm not sure if it's a rip off. I have a English Private Tutor who charges me $50 per hour.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    20-25/h for ex-HSC/current uni students imo. More so if you have education qualifications.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    There are some people out there who charge like 50+ dollars for tutoring per hour. I really think that they don't have much conscience.

    Well, I guess I should reword it.

    If they get 40+ dollars profit out of thier tutoring per hour, they don't really have much conscience. I don't know why they would charge so much.

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    Quote Originally Posted by kenshinx77 View Post
    lol mine is 70 bucks per hour is it rip off?
    are you getting the results that your expectin?

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    Re: Coaching rates?

    You reckon it's true that:

    higher price you charge, the more popular you get?

    I know this guy who charged 20 dollars and he only got few. When he started raising his price up, he got more people.

    ????

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