The Benefits of Including Online Tutoring in Your Tuition Programme

The Benefits of Including Online Tutoring in Your Tuition Programme

Having a private tuition programme for your child is a fantastic way for them to improve their executive skills and provide the extra help they need to gain academic success. Having the option to learn online as well as offline in your child’s tuition programme is a great way to give your child flexible learning. Even though many parents may be sceptical about including online tutoring, there are so many benefits to consider. Here are just a few!

Why Choose Online Tutoring with Tutor Doctor?

Tutor Doctor’s online tutoring delivers the same high-quality experience as face-to-face tutoring. In fact, your child will still be tutored one-to-one by their tutor on our online platform! All students are assessed and carefully matched, and a custom programme is created. To make sure your child has the best possible online tutoring experience, we use software provider Bramble for our programmes. For more information regarding Bramble watch this video.

What are the other benefits?

All Online Sessions Are Recorded

All of Tutor Doctor’s online tutoring sessions are recorded, which means students can review them later on. These recordings are particularly helpful for them when retaining new information and can be used as a way to refresh their memory in time for important exams coming up.

Easy Accessibility

Location is no longer a barrier to an excellent education. Wherever you live, Tutor Doctor can match your child with the perfect tutor for their needs and learning style. From here you can remain with them no matter where you are- even if you go on holiday or are snowed in!

Greater Flexibility

Online tuition helps simplify your schedule, as well as offering you and your child greater flexibility. If your daily life is rather hectic, we know how challenging it can be to find the time for your child to meet with a tutor in person all the time. By having online sessions available, you gain access to more time slots and tutoring can happen from anywhere your child has access to the internet. It’s also much easier to account for last minute changes to a schedule and revise a lesson at a click of a button. You’ll never have to rush to a tutoring appointment again!

Perfect For Independent Minds

By GCSEs and A-levels, most students are organising their own time and activities, and require less parental input. Online tuition allows students to take ownership of their learning, and work more independently.

Don’t Take Our Word For It..

"I was reluctant to use the on-line system at first but I am now a fan of the system and would choose that method of revision tutoring in future. Both tutors were excellent. Thank you very much.”

- Corinne, Cambridge

"Dawn achieved a Merit award for the work Tutor Doctor helped her with. Now we are onto the next stage and we are looking forward to working online with you again!”
- Mike, West Surrey

For more information on the different programs Tutor Doctor offers, click here.

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