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ITUTOR learning systems or Star tutor services?

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#1 muppet

Posted 13 June 2019 - 07:23 AM

Firstly so sorry if this has been posted in the wrong place but it’s been a VERY long time since I have used this forum!
My question is am wondering if anyone has heard of or more importantly actually used I Tutor learning systems or Star tutor services?
We have older high school children who would benefit with some extra help and so I contacted this group and some one came and had a chat. They sound okay but upon googling them I just can’t seem to find ANY reviews etc 🤔 I know it’s a long shot as most people on here have children the other end of the age bracket but I always found this place to be extremely helpful back in the day 😉

    #2 MarciaB

    Posted 13 June 2019 - 08:27 AM

    I have not heard of either of these services.

    What subjects are you looking at getting help for?  Age??  Are they behind in work or just looking at extra work for HSC/Year 12?

    I mention the latter as my eldest did some holiday workshops at Macquarie University throughout Year 12 and found them very helpful for HSC preparation.

    In terms of tutors - we have used a few over the years for various reasons but I have found one-on-one is best if the reason is to catch up on lost work or lack of understanding.  And if I haven't had a recommendation I have gone with a qualified teacher as opposed to a Uni Student.

    #3 MarciaB

    Posted 13 June 2019 - 08:32 AM

    Also wanted to mention that online tutorials (Khan Academy, Wootube etc) have been great for maths.

    And they are free.

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