How do I write a good bio?

Emma

Last Update 4 maanden geleden

Your tutor listing is your advertising space. It must be attractive and eye-catching.

  1. Do not be shy to flaunt your academic results and related experiences. Write it truthfully and convincingly.
  2. You would want to put in ALL your academic accomplishments, including the university you have attended. If you received any awards or additional diplomas, please indicate them as well.
  3. Dwell on your strengths and tell students how you can help them.
  4. Please mention in your bio your proficiency in every subject. Students will not select you as their tutor if you cannot show your capability, for example, having a degree in History yet teaching Maths. Whenever possible, include the exam board that you are familiar with. Students who approach tutors for help will often take tests or exams in the future. Tutors must be clear with the curriculums and syllabuses of the subjects they teach. E.g., if you are an expert with AMC exams, write about it. If you are good with AP exams, please specify the AP exam subjects.
  5. Include any relevant and valuable work experience.
  6. A video to introduce yourself to learners is very helpful. This will give them the first impression of you and how you teach. We would like to have your video on our youtube channel, but first, you will need to upload the video to our Google Drive, and then let the administrator know that you've uploaded it. Tutors who have videos will be listed first in our Popularity sorting order.
  7. Use a profile photo of yourself in a casual setting, preferably smiling. Avoid passport photos which are usually stern and unwelcoming. Final thought - teach the subject(s) you are best at. Contact us at [email protected] if you need help with your bio.

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