Myth #1: "Tutoring" always means "help with schoolwork."
Myth #2: In order to sign up for tutoring, you have to commit to a regular, weekly schedule just like for piano lessons.
Myth #3: Tutors need to be certified teachers.
Myth #4: How much you'll spend on tutoring depends on the hourly rate of the tutor, so look for the cheapest hourly rate possible.
Myth #5: It makes more sense to have a tutor come to your own house.
Myth #6: Tutors are just people who don't have the experience/qualifications to be teachers yet.
Myth #7: There is such a thing as a "certified" tutor in Canada.
Myth #8: Tutoring is only for kids with problems.
Myth #9: Kids who are tutored always become dependent upon their tutors.
Myth #10: You should wait until the situation is bad enough that you need serious help before looking into a tutor.