Why hire a tutor who is a mentor?

Imagine a world in which you are not allowed to learn from other people or where you are never allowed to ask for help.
 

If you can imagine this world, you are probably thinking that this really wouldn’t be a great place. Or if you can’t imagine this, we don’t blame you. The notion of never asking for help is quite absurd and we certainly don’t live in that kind of world. Instead, we live in a world of interaction and interdependency where people teach and mentor one another. Indeed, even though we don’t pay too much attention to this, we all learn and grow because of each other.
 

What does this have to do with getting a tutor?

You’re probably thinking: “Great. So what does this have to do with getting a Maths or Law tutor?” At Über Tutors we believe that each tutor should also mentor students to live up to their full potential. We apply this at all levels, whether we are tutoring primary school or university students or any student in between.
 

Having a tutor who is a mentor means that you are not only able to learn from a subject expert but also have someone to instill the confidence you need to excel. Indeed, this is one of the most important things about having a tutor who can mentor: they are there just for you. No one else, just you.
 

Mentors have your back and believe in your progress. They give you an opportunity to ask all the questions you’re afraid to ask your teachers and peers. They help you organise your deadlines, relieve pressure and provide a clear learning structure. This is adapted for each unique students to match their individual needs and goals. In sum, they help you be the best they can be.
 

Get in touch

There is nothing wrong with asking for help. When you seek out assistance, you are demonstrating a responsibility for your own learning, growth and future. You are taking that extra step and showing commitment to be your best. So, get in touch today by calling 02030867311 or emailing info@ubertutors.co.uk and invest in your or your child’s potential.