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Have you sought out a tutor: How did it go? Are you a freelance tutor: How has it gone?

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I've been tutoring privately for 11 years. It's been a hell of a lot of work but a great great job. I work as much or as little as I want. I don't take any work "home" other than scheduling. And since March 2020 I've done it entirely via zoom. I charge a hell of a lot of money, I've built up my savings, and it ultimately lead me to become a full time teacher which I've now done for 4 years while continuing to tutor. I have made the right call in my post - college career :)
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I did some tutoring in competitive math, standardized tests, and general curriculum. Did it for $80/hr (less per person if it was a group session), never as a full time thing just a few hours on the side.

Found people using all sorts of means. Did some adverts via wechat groups, tutored some people at my high school, later on tutored people from my college (after I graduated college), and also did some tutoring of random redditors. Overall found it pretty fun, I like teaching.
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I had a tutor for calculus for a couple of months, honestly I hated him, i think he explained well but his explanations just didnt work out for me, the only benefit I got was that I was forced to restudy it on my own to understand it and solve a ton of questions as he gave me way too much homework (like 300+ questions to solve within two to three days), I’m more of a self learning person but I felt like I needed a tutor so i wouldn’t procrastinate solving and studying, so it depends on person to person why they want a tutor and if they’ll benefit from it or not

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