Thank you, thank you, thank you. Must revise my rates.group, anything over $20 an hour is ridiclous... like seriously just look at Dr Du… shoving as many students possible into one room at his overpriced costs. I understand the homework is very good and he had a doctorate in mathematics but still it seems so greedy to gain $50 x 50 students for one lesson...
private I say 50-75$ an hour is fair.
yes but it depends on your qualifications. I mean if you got 99.95 a few state ranks, 100th percentile UMAT, and you're coming first in med in your last year before graduation you'd be worth a lot.Thank you, thank you, thank you. Must revise my rates.
What if the student is the lazy type that doesn't studyHey guys, I've got an idea.
What if we paid tutors based on how much their students improved in exams ?
It makes way more sense to do it that way, although you'd actually need to be a good tutor to get anywhere, not to mention it makes things a bit more complicated... but what do you guys think of this business idea ?
Well fuck them. The tutors actually need to focus more on the hardworking students rather than those lazy fuckwits who waste other people's time. Infact they should give more money to the tutors to compenste for wasting their timeWhat if the student is the lazy type that doesn't study
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