Having taught Physics for over 30 years I have a good understanding of the sort of problems syudents have with the subject. At A level in particular, I encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning. I am happy to revise work, or to teach work that may have been missed, or to go through past paper questions to help with exam technique as well. I am uncomfortable with simply helping students to do their homework on a regular basis, which can lead to a false sense of achievement.
I've been a secondary school teacher and a tutor of both Maths and Physics for 25 + years;
I am very familiar with the requirements of the main Exam Boards and the recent changes to their specifications in both Maths and Physics.
I have taught students across the full ability range, students with moderate learning difficulties as well as those aiming to achieve top grades in GCSE and at A - Level.
The following services are offered to each student, whether it's face-to-face or online tuition.
preliminary meeting and discussions = free;
preparation time = free;
setting and marking homework = free;
setting and marking exam papers = free
providing personal lesson notes at the end of each lesson = free
providing online support between lessons = free
providing feedback to students and parents = free
I devote a lot of time and effort on the student's behalf outside of the lesson time so I suppose I ought to have some remuneration !
I do try to make the tuition fee reasonable. It ranges from £15 for KS2 to £35 per hour's tuition for GCSE ; £45 per hour's tuition at A-Level.
That would seem reasonable for tuition on an ad hoc, pay-as-you-go basis.
Better value 1- For good progress to be made the parent / student needs to make a commitment to ongoing tuition over a period of time. If a group of 10 or more lessons are booked up and paid for in advance, prices come down by 10%, as it's good for both of us. That, too, would seem reasonable.
Better value 2- For TWO students together, either face-to-face or Online - only £25 per student at GCSE, £30 per student at A-Level.