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12-27-2012, 07:04 PM
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LyricalLyricist
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Originally Posted by DAChampion View Post
I was tutoring in the period 2002-2007, approximately, and we were charging $20-$25/hour at the time, I added $5 as an inflation assumption.

I don't know of any of my friends who charged less for high school math. There's little difference in effort, you still need to displace yourself and help someone out for an hour. Tutoring HS math is actually harder than tutoring college math, because the concepts are more fundamental.

The only way to save money on tutoring is to charge a group rate somehow. For example, people might charge less if it's 2 hours in a row (which saves time), or if it's 6 people in the room they might charge like it's 3 people in the room.
There's much better rates tbh. I'd feel guilty charging someone 30$ for university engineering courses. It's really too much. For HS you can get 15$ rather easily I bet as some as cegep students or new uni students.

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