Grades, this word matters more than anything in today’s world.
With job crisis looming around the world as automation threaten to takes away most of the jobs that we see now, the level of competition among students has touched the roof.
We are gradually moving towards a world where there would be little in terms of career scope for the students with average grades.
In the past students who didn’t excel in their academics would easily find employment in jobs that form the bottom of the pyramid.
But many of these jobs and roles are fast disappearing.
The road to success in the future would rest of good grades and the opportunities that better academic performances open up for students.
We aren’t trying to paint a dreadful picture of the future but as a caring parent you know about the kind of competition your child is facing at the moment.
In fact it is incomparable to what kids a generation or two ago would have faced.
Admission into good universities or even entry into higher education depends on the kind of grades that the students achieve in their A Level or GCSE.
There is no shame in admitting the fact that school lessons are not enough.
The brightest students can excel in any environment but the average ones definitely need a push.
We must give credit to the schools and the teachers but despite their hard work they cannot clear the doubts or queries of all individual students due to the overwhelming teacher to student ratio in the classroom.
They often adopt a mean pace of teaching.
One that may not be good enough for every student in the class.
This is where tutoring services have come in and filled the gap.
Most students look at tuition as the place where all their doubts and queries which they carry from their schools are resolved.
Since tuition classes have a favorable teacher to student ratio most students find it easy to ask questions as compared to a classroom in school.
While normal school classrooms are all about teaching the lessons and completing the curriculum,
Private tutors focus on how their students retain knowledge, overcome the fear with subjects such as Math and English and learn to express their thoughts while taking exams in an articulate way.