For many people, the first place to look for tutor classifieds is in their local yellow pages. This is a viable option for finding the best tutors in your area; however an often overlooked venue for tutor classifieds are online listings and online yellow pages, which are much more up to date and easier to access.
Websites such as LRNGO.com, Craigslist, Mytutorlist, Localtutorforum, Towerofenglish and many others can be extremely useful in finding listings of all sorts, including locating the best tutors for you or your child. These offer free accounts from which you can post your tuition needs and get responses from the best tutors in your area.
On the flipside, if you are teacher and looking to advertise your skills and get some work tutoring, a good first step is to post your qualifications, backgrounds and fees in these types of tutor classifieds online. This should get you numerous responses within the shortest timeframe possible.
There are of course, tutor classifieds you can find in the traditional way, such as your local newspaper or magazines which advertise local businesses and services. These tutor classifieds are still an essential service to areas, businesses or individuals that are not yet attuned to the web as a resource. So, when either posting or searching tutor classifieds, it is well worth your while to do both.
Tutor Classifieds will offer tutors for those wishing to learn or perfect a second language. English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, German, Russian, Polish, Korean, Greek and Portuguese are some of the most common, but there are many more available.
Also listed on tutor classifieds is tutoring available on subjects such as: music, singing, driving, art, humanities, social studies, mathematics, physics, religion, history, graphics, IT, philosophy, computer science, and many more academic topics.
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