Contrast your learning and your results with an E2 Tutorial

Many students come to us having failed a test and realise that there must be a better way to prepare for the test. There is! But what is an E2 Tutorial and how can they benefit students.

Traditional Classroom

In a traditional classroom an English language teacher may have up to 15 students in the room at the time. In this environment teaching can become generalised.

Everyone will be expected to do the same thing at the same time, finishing the work within a time frame. The teacher will have a limited amount of time to spend with each individual student and will most often be talking generally to the class. In a 45 minute class, a teacher may only spend 1 to 2 minutes with an individual student.

A teacher may be distracted in a traditional classroom. Individual questions may go unanswered. The teacher will generally be limited by the lesson plan that they have designed for 15 people to be working all at the same pace and within the same time frame.

Why choose an E2 Tutorial?

By distinct contrast, an E2 Tutorial is a 45-minute session designed to meet your needs.The teacher has prepared your tutorial knowing how well you did in the last test, has reviewed your writing, and will address your specific learning needs in that time.

In an E2 Tutorial your issues will be dealt with one to one. One teacher to one student. The teacher will have extensive content knowledge and a specific resource for every situation that will eventuate in your test preparation. Tens of thousands of students have taught us what resources are needed to solve their problems, and we have spent thousands of hours designing resources to meet your learning needs!

The real value of E2 Tutorials is seen in student’s feedback. The results show that a staggering 98% of E2 students would recommend our E2 Tutorials to a friend!

Ask questions and get answers

An E2 Tutorial allows you to ask questions you need to know the answers to. So make sure you enter the E2 Tutorial prepared with questions for your teacher! Your teacher will assess your needs and provide a solution. In an E2 tutorial a student may focus on two to three parts of a test. For example essay (paragraph structure, essay form, sentence structure, issues with grammar), writing a short text and listening.

In 45 minutes, the individual attention gives you a chance to move quickly from one issue to another. If you wish to change course during the tutorial, a teacher can adapt. An example may be when issues with pronunciation come up in a speaking tutorial, so a skilled teacher will defer to a new resource, deal with the problem, then return to the main body of your tutorial.

Read: Why the Best English Teachers Might Be Non-Native Speakers

The Results

The benefits of taking an E2 Tutorial show up in your test score. Individual tuition isolates your specific issues, and deals with them. You may learn to understand a new sentence or paragraph construction, or a method to use in multiple choice questions, or be referred to a grammar resource to use as homework. In your E2 Tutorial, you will learn more in 45 minutes than is possible in a traditional class tutorial.

So if you are comparing traditional tutorial learning experience with online E2 Tutorials, Write down the pros and cons on a piece of paper and see for yourself the benefits of studying with E2Language.

See you in class!

E2 Tutorial

David
PTE/IELTS Expert
BA Dip Ed Cert TEFL MTESOL

7 thoughts on “E2 Tutorial: What Are The Benefits of a 1-on-1 tutorial?”

  • ALI IBRAHIM ADAM says:

    Thank you so much for your offering this great program which always comes up as a challenge in the PTE reading practice test, and I would like to get some secret tips of PTE reading Tips which would guide me to the PTE Academic.
    Thank you so much I look forward to your great help and support.

  • preeti sindhu says:

    Hi Jay

    I recently took IELTS General and my score was L:9, R:9 , Speaking: 8.5 , W:6.

    As you can see I need help with writing . Kindly confirm if you provide any package for proof reading essays.
    I have gone through all your youtube video , which i find immensely helpfuly, however, still struggling to understand where did I go wrong in by writing assessment.

    Regards

  • preeti sindhu says:

    Hi Jay

    I recently took IELTS General and my score was L:9, R:9 , Speaking: 8.5 , W:6.

    As you can see I need help with writing . Kindly confirm if you provide any package for proof reading essays.
    I have gone through all your youtube video , which i find immensely helpfuly, however, still struggling to understand where did I go wrong in by writing assessment. b

    Regards

  • Pabitra Shahi says:

    Hello Jay/Alex,
    First of all, thank you so much for your invaluable YouTube video on Ielts. I watched them and found them very helpful.
    I am a trained nurse from Nepal, been living in an English speaking country (England) since 2007, had two attempts in Ielts back in 2007 when I was in my own country ( I mean when I was not exposed to English speaking environment) .I gave up as the requirements criteria for NMC registration were not favourable to me. They made some changes in Dec 2018, as I had already little knowledge about Ielts, I thought to redo Ielts. I took my test on 23rd May, couldn’t stay focused on listening especially multiple choices as I been practicing with headset at home, since then I been wondering if OET would be easier. Which one would you recommend Ielts or Oet? Your advice would be highly appreciated.
    Regards
    Pabitra

    • Hi there! Thanks for reaching out! I appreciate you sharing your story in such detail. What will help us, help YOU is if you could share the exact scores of your previous attempts.

      Could you please share this information and your background to the following link: https://help.e2language.com/support/tickets/new

      That way our E2 Duty tutors can directly get back to you on their professional suggestions.

      Cheers,
      Olivia & The E2 Team

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