Your bio should be a professional personal statement, which sets out your experience and teaching style. This is your opportunity to sell yourself to potential clients so it should be friendly, professional and written in the first person. Make sure that you give potential students enough information about yourself to decide whether to contact you to discuss lessons.
Here are some questions to help you complete your bio:
- Why would you make a great tutor?
- How would you plan to help your students and what would you do during sessions?
- What qualifications make your suitable?
- What is your knowledge of the curriculum and exam expectations?
Take a look at other tutor profiles from your area if you need further inspiration to get started.