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    C2C tutoring centre?

    Are they good?

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    Re: C2C tutoring centre?

    I've been here for tutoring in Year 12. It was alright, but there's many better tutoring centers around the area for a cheaper option as well. When i went there it was $35 per lesson for 2 hours for normal class session (this was 2012), or $45 per hour for one-on-one.
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    Re: C2C tutoring centre?

    Agree with sirable that they're fine but you can probably find more intensive tutor centres i.e. dr du, keith, tipps. Neverthless, I find them pretty good and Ive been with them since the start of year 11 with no problems. The tutors are heaps nice as well Chems pretty good btw. Not sure about english because I don't do it. Math is fine. Go to one of the tutors listed above for 3u and above
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    Re: C2C tutoring centre?

    I Don't thing I have heard must about C2C but yes, my nephew is currently going for Math tutoring at C2McLean learning center. And she seems happy about her studies, homework and assignment completion on time and properly. I think you should research over internet for more options and details for yourself.

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    Re: C2C tutoring centre?

    I've worked at C2C before (5yrs ago) and here are my thoughts:
    - The tutoring centre as a whole has a good vibe to it as its more of a relaxed tutoring centre.
    - The majority of the tutors aren't that knowledgeable but they are willing to help where they can - during 'C2C's training sessions' I had to act as an assistant tutor and the main tutor wasn't able to answer the students questions during class which was disappointing and I ended up answering them instead.
    - The reality is, the centre doesn't produce results - while the business model is committed to coaching, it just re-teaches the content without any extra tips or advice you'd expect from a proper tutoring centre.

    I'd say give it a go, but there are better places out there.
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