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Fully online tuition has not only become increasingly viable in the past few years, it’s also becoming a more and more popular way for Singaporean students to learn conveniently from their own homes. Tutors offer 1-on-1 sessions, but neither teacher nor student need to travel. It would seem this mutual efficiency might be grounds for a lower rate–especially given the time and effort needed to coordinate traditional home tuition. However, is this actually the case? At ValueChampion, we’ve analysed both tuition types to identify which provides better value and how you can make the most of your tuition spend.

Online tuition, as a relatively new method, is remarkably efficient in connecting students and teachers. However, given that neither student