Now on the Internet there are many sites where brisk advertising says: "We will find you a tutor for free!" At the same time, parents see a lot of teachers' questionnaires with colorful photographs, "reviews of previous students", etc. Of course, all this looks very tempting and confusing, lulls the parents' vigilance. Looking through many, many questionnaires, the parent chooses the "suitable" tutor and makes an application. However, there are no direct contacts with this tutor on the site, and the client cannot communicate with him. All communication is conducted through the so-called "administrators" of the site or "operators". Concealing direct contacts of tutors has one goal - to get a round sum of money (not small, in the amount of two lessons at once!) From a tutor who will be "picked up" for you.
The disadvantage of such a system is that you DO NOT select your tutor, but strangers are the very "administrators" of the site, that is, intermediaries. Their goals and yours do not coincide. You need YOUR tutor who suits you both in terms of experience, education, psychological compatibility with you (in character, for example), and in methods. On the contrary, site administrators need the tutor to "take" a new student and quickly pay them, that is, the site company, a "reward" for a new student in the amount of two (!) Lessons at once. At the same time, the tutor can teach you just one lesson, and the commission will pay to the site for two lessons, that is, he will waste his time, and even lose financially - he will pay for the failed "lesson" from his pocket.
Therefore, good tutors are not willing to cooperate with such sites. All the questionnaires that "hang" there to attract clients may be outdated data for a long time, that is, the tutor posted the questionnaire there when the site had not yet introduced these inconvenient, demeaning "rules" and "payment coefficients" for tutors. Think for yourself, if a student is selected for you “for free,” then someone else is paying for the activities of this company-site. Someone else feeds all these administrators, operators, intermediaries, pays the rent for their offices, etc. And this “someone else” is the same tutor. It often happens that the tutor of your choice is “busy”, “does not have a place in your schedule for you”. This is what the administrators who called you say and immediately offer you other "wonderful" tutors that you have NOT personally chosen!
In fact, the tutor you have chosen may very well have free space in his schedule and would be happy to work with you, however, the overestimated "coefficient" for your application scares him off, and he may be bargaining with the site administrators, asking them to lower this " the rate of payment for the application "or immediately rejects your application (not because you are bad as students, but because the appetite of the intermediary firm does not suit the tutor). The administrators, of course, do not like this, they immediately reject the candidacy of a good tutor (whom YOU chose by reading his profile on the site!). At the same time, they tell you that the tutor is “busy” or that “your area and the time of the tutor’s classes does not suit you” (in short, they often just lie to you).
But they always have a whole team of other, more accommodating tutors who, in the opinion of these administrators, "will be perfect for you." They will not give you any direct contacts until they "pick up" an agreeable, agreeable tutor (often, not very popular, a visitor from another city or inexperienced). Analyzing all of the above, you should draw conclusions and look for sites where there are DIRECT contacts of tutors. Do not believe the advertisements and brisk statements "we will find you a tutor for free!" That's it. They "themselves" "will pick you up". Not you. And what this selection will be will be revealed later. And the tutor you have chosen is not available, his contacts are hidden.
My good advice to all parents - look for sites where there are direct contacts of the tutor! Let it take some of your time, but you yourself must call the selected tutors, find out if their schedule is actually loaded, what free places he has. Also, you yourself will hear the voice of the tutor, his manner of communicating with clients, position in life, energy, tone. A person's speech often betrays him. You can immediately ask him about the methods, about the principles of work. You will not find out all this through the administrator. Do not be afraid that the tutor will deceive you or allegedly "come up with your experience and diplomas." In fact, it makes no sense for a real tutor to cheat and thus earn a bad reputation for himself. Any tutor most of all learns through the so-called "word of mouth", that is, through the recommendations of friends. And losing your credibility over the years is a big risk for a tutor. It is easier and more reliable to tell the client the truth and thus increase your image and trust, as well as have new clients in the future through this new student.
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