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The results and benefits of using a tutor speak for themselves and is one of the reasons why so many people are taking advantage and gaining in progress. It's important to be clear about what we mean when we say results so that a person can know what to expect.

A good result is a self-improvement rather than a mark. The good marks come naturally when there is genuine self-improvement. It's highly important to know that it's not in the interest of the student for the tutor to simply do the work for them.

A good tutor is one that is able to inspire, guide, support, provide ideas and explain the nature of the topics and subjects at hand. If a person want's the answers handed to them simply to get good marks, then this is not what we are about. This sort of method is counter self-improvement and it can make a student even lazier.

One of the most common questions is, when will we see an improvement or how long should I use a tutor for? The answer is almost immediately and you should try to use a tutor for as long as possible.

When we say good results, they are:

  • A sense of motivation and confidence
  • The willingness to learn
  • The implementation of a correct study plan
  • Improvement in pass rate and marks.
  • The ability to solve problems independently
  • A sense of accomplishment
  • A good attitude towards learning
  • The desire to do well


A student will often notice an improvement in most, if not, all of these areas.

Some think it's wise to use temporarily use a tutor prior to an exam or project. It is much better to use one tutor throughout the course to help improve and then maintain the high level of progress. This is called, creating a healthy learning habit and lifestyle.