By the time students prepare for O levels, many have already formed certain learning habits or is clear about how they learn best. Regardless of the way, when engaging home tutors, it is important to ensure that the tutors are aware of that, so that they can design their teaching approach and materials according to what works best for the student.
Tutors can help the students come up with a clear plan or schedule and allocate enough time for revision and practice. Some tutors can also provide other school test and exam papers for extra practice.
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Yes. Many specialise in specific subject combinations, for e.g. E-Maths+A-Maths+Physics+Chemistry, or certain subjects, e.g. English. Hence it is possible for the same tutor to cover more than 1 subject. Many of them also tend to be able to teach up to A-Level standard, hence the student wouldn't nee to get used to a new tutor in future.
In terms of lesson schedule, depending on how much time the student needs for each subject, the tutor may over for once per week or twice per week. Most O Level tutors usually require minimum 1.5 hrs per lesson, to maximise the effectiveness per session. The minimum duration can sometimes be shortened, especially for students with learning needs. This can be discussed with the agent when sharing your requirements.