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How to fill out the tutor experience section

The tutor experience section stands as the sixth step in the Repetry onboarding process, presenting an opportunity to showcase your teaching prowess and attract potential students. Here, you enumerate your work experience, detailing previous teaching-related positions and any relevant engagements as a tutor. 

✅ Write in the first person, addressing prospective students, highlighting your skills, achievements, and the impact you’ve made.


“For the past five years, I’ve been passionately immersed in the world of tutoring, guiding students towards academic success and language proficiency. My journey began at XYZ Language Center, where I honed my skills in one-on-one instruction, tailoring lessons to meet individual learning needs. During my tenure, I witnessed students’ confidence soar as they conquered language barriers and excelled in their studies.

Transitioning to online tutoring, I joined ABC Learning Platform, where I embraced innovative teaching methodologies to engage students in virtual classrooms. Leveraging interactive tools and multimedia resources, I facilitated dynamic learning experiences, fostering a collaborative environment conducive to growth.

Join me on this journey of exploration and discovery, where together, we’ll unlock your full potential and pave the way for academic excellence.”

Remember, the tutor experience section is your platform to captivate students with your expertise and dedication. Avoid repetitive content and ensure all information provided is relevant and compelling.

What not to include:

❌ Avoid writing about yourself in the third person.

❌ Do not include contact or personal information in the description.

❌ Refrain from addressing Repetry administration.

❌ Avoid duplicating the same text.

❌ Do not include irrelevant information like hobbies.

Remember, below you can provide details about your work experience, education, and certifications.

If you have teaching certificates, you can add them to your profile. It’s important to note that these certificates won’t be visible to students; only our staff will verify them. Once verified, your profile will display a blue checkmark indicating the certificate’s authenticity.

Important: Do not repeat the text from the “Teaching languages” section here!

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