3. Reflect on your last lesson. Think about what you covered in your last lesson – have you had any further reflections on what was covered? Do you have any questions you would like to ask your tutor about the last lesson and topic? Ensure you have completed any assignments or homework that was set from the last lesson to discuss and review with your tutor.
4. Think about your agreed topic ahead of time. Do you have any questions which you already know you'd like to ask? Just like in-classroom learning, an online meeting with your tutor can fly by faster than you think, especially since, with our one-to-one structure, the teacher’s attention isn’t split across multiple students. These lessons are all about you! So, remember to breathe, take your time, and think of questions you might have even before your lessons start. It's always ok to let your tutor know what you're most interested in and you'll always get more out of a lesson if you've already given it some thought. Knowing what you're curious about is the best way to make sure that you love every minute of class and leave each session full of new knowledge and hungry for more.