Whether or not to get a tutor for primary SATs depends on several factors, including:

  1. Your child's needs: If your child is struggling in a particular subject, or they need help with revision and exam technique, then a tutor may be beneficial.
  2. Your budget: Tutors can be expensive, so it's important to weigh up the costs and benefits.
  3. Time: Make sure that you have enough time to fit in extra tutoring sessions, as well as your child's other commitments.
  4. Availability: Ensure that you can find a tutor who has experience in the areas that your child needs help with, and who is available at a convenient time.

Overall, a tutor can be a great way to support your child's learning and help them perform to the best of their abilities in their primary SATs. However, it's important to consider your child's needs, budget, time, and availability before making a decision.

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