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Home tuition is the panacea for an individual’s intellectual growth. This one to one interaction is best suited for almost all categories of learners.
- Students who have attention or concentration problems. A tutor who is physically present is best placed to keep the learners focused and on track.
- Students who have difficulty engaging with teachers and authority figures. Online tutoring with video links can work but study suggests majority of learners find it easier to establish a productive rapport with a tutor in a face-to-face home tutoring setting.
- Those who are studying conceptual subjects (like Physics) or subjects which do not rely primarily on words (including geometry and trigonometry). A direct contact facilitates the learning process which harnesses the experience of the tutor to make the content lucid.
- Students with physical disabilities.
Today in many families both parents work and young people are expected to let themselves in and find the initiative and self-discipline to do their homework on their own. Home tutoring is not a substitute for a child-sitting service but in the absence of parental supervision, can serve a dual purpose and encourage a productive homework routine.