3. Take personalization into account. Each person is unique, both in learning style and in what kind of tutoring is needed. For this reason, one-on-one tutoring is your best bet. In test preparation, for example, tutoring services often enroll 20 students per class. It’s difficult to get the individualized attention you or your child needs with a large class.
4. Take location into account. It’s important to think about where the tutoring should take place in order to reap the greatest benefits for you or your child. For many children, tutoring centers are less than ideal. It often takes children several sessions to become comfortable with the environment before they’re able to take advantage of the learning opportunities. Similarly, test preparation classes may not be at a time and place that is convenient for you or your child. Most people find that one of two approaches works best: tutoring in the home or online tutoring. The familiar environment of home makes the transition to learning easy for children. Likewise, one-on-one online tutoring is convenient and consistent.