Tutor Doctor
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Tutor Doctor Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Frank Milner
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $35m to $140m (AUD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Tutor Doctor website
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Rating is calculated based on 371 reviews and is evolving.



English Tutor in Sydney NSW
on 6 June 2022
Good pay, not compensated for travel
The people are all very nice and check in with you regularly. It's good pay but you have to travel a lot for only an hour's work and you aren't compensated for that time.
Private Tutor in Kellyville NSW
on 5 June 2022
A good start to tutoring
Tutor Doctor was the first company I've worked for. This position is suitable for a university student but is not very sustainable in the long run. They pay you the bare minimum for at home private tutoring so you're better off being a self employed tutor.Demands are not very big, they make you write reports after every session so they can pay you. However, they do not provide any material so you have to make it up by yourself. This is a big issue I had since I was working a little extra to prepare for other students who take difficult subjects, and a little to almost no preparation for younger students - I got paid the same not matter what.Finding more students is very difficult. Although they are all for "finding the right fit" for the student/tutor, you will not get many hours to work. Maybe if you are lucky you can spot up to 6 hours in the week. They put your hard earned $$ that the parents pay and put more than half of that into advertising... but all in all, this is an okay company.
Tutor in Sydney, Australia
on 25 May 2022
Welcoming and constructive workplace with great flexibility
The work environment is so friendly and welcoming, and I always feel I can talk to my manager if I need advice or support. There are resources available if you're unsure how to proceed with a certain lesson or topic. There's a lot of flexibility which is great, but keep in mind that it's not always super consistent as students can always cancel - it's good casual work, but don't rely too much on it. Pay is pretty good, and you can have as many or as little students as you like. It's great helping young people gain confidence and meet their potential in their learning.
Tutor in Central Coast NSW Australia
on 3 June 2021
Tutor Doctor Central Coast has been very responsive to any questions I have asked or support needed. I enjoyed working with the families on working out times and days that suit us both, and the students have been amazing!I highly recommend Tutor Doctor as an employer, especially for the experience in the diverse learning needs of children.
Private Tutor in Sydney NSW
on 28 February 2020
Private tutoring for Tutor Doctor. Process involves tutoring the students in their own homes. Largely independent in approach, individualised and focused on their strengths and weaknesses.

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