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Tutors

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is EduExchange?

EduExchange is a One-stop shop for students for education services. We provide short and long-term opportunities for individual and group tutoring, online tutoring, university application guidance, proofreading and assignment review, gap year advice, and support to institutions.

2. How does the EduExchange tutoring process work?

Online Application
You complete the registration form online and review the terms and conditions before submission.

Email Registration
If successful, we send you a starter pack. You complete the registration form and send it to us by email with the signed contract.

After verification, we register you on our database. We match the students’ requirements with the tutors’ profile, and provide ongoing support and advice. We market your services using various online and offline platforms.

3. How much will I be paid?

Tutors can decide their own fee structure, depending upon their experience and qualifications. However, the typical starting rates for different grades are as below:

Grade 1
£20 per hour for school and College students. £25 if student requests telephone or Skype support.

Grade 2
£22 per hour for first year university students. £27 if student requests telephone or Skype support.

Grade 3
£25 per hour for second year and third year university students. £30 if student requests telephone or Skype support.

Grade 4
The prices paid for Masters students vary, due to different requirements that depend upon the programmes they are undertaking. We will discuss the prices on request.

4. How do I get paid?

Tutors are expected to fill in a time-sheet for each month (when paid monthly) or every fortnight (when paid fortnightly) and provide Progress Reports to students and their families from time to time, if requested.

5. Do I need to be DBS checked?

Tutors teaching under-18 students must hold an enhanced DBS certificate. If you do not have an enhanced DBS, please mention this in your application. We will discuss this with you if you are interviewed.