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Since 2005, I have been working along these lines
90 minutes is right : for the tutor to explain, and for the student to work during the tutorial, to show whether they have understood.
When you hire a tutor, although parents/students EXPECT an increase in grades, there's no guarantee that that will be the case (uni students take note)
There are different approaches to linguistics in particular. I tend to rely on the books and articles that I have used for myself and with other students. It is up to you to know what the university expects you to follow. On no account do I write the essay for you nor am I responsible for your final grades/scores.
There are many variables (student's intellectual capacity, ability, willingness to work hard, the person marking the essay, and failing to keep to the course spec) that will affect the outcome.
If the student is making progress in the lesson, there is no reason to think that the student won’t succeed.
The structure of your argument is yours, and you are still expected to work hard outside the tutorial, particularly with essays.
The tutor is there to give guidance and do support research if needed, not to write the essay for the student. It's up to the student how effectively the student incorporates the tutor’s advice, and judge its relevancy.
Emilce Rees, 2023
Up to A level | Online /In person
All Modern Foreign Languages and Latin:
Hourly Rate: £ 60