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  1. TOP 7 Signs Your Child Needs a Home Tutor Confused? Whether your child needs a private home tutor or not? Watch out, these top 7 signs, that determines your child may need a home tutor. 1. Trouble completing Homework Do you feel your child is making excuses from doing homework or is spending too much time in finishing it, then it might be a right time to get an additional support. With one to one session with private home tutor, your child will learn how to manage homework and school assignments with confidence and complete it on time. 2. Difficulty in Learning Does your child frequently get stuck with any particular subject or topic? Regular

  2. struggle with homework or a particular subject are a strong signal that your child requires extra help and may need a home tutor. 3. Grades are slipping Have you noticed a sudden drop in the grades of your child or you feel that your child can perform much better than he did on his last exam? As a parent, getting bad grades in school is really a serious issue. In this instance, discuss with the teacher and find out why it happened? In-person tutoring is also a great option for students who needs help and support in improving their grades again. 4. Lacking Confidence Do you feel that your child is lacking confidence and is unhappy all the time? In most cases, children who lack confidence, struggle with their learning ability in school and they start doubting their ability to learn and perform well in exams. This shift in confidence level, can have a negative impact on their overall academic performance. Read More at TheTuitionTeacher Blog