Here are some disadvantages that are commonly known:

  1. Limited interaction: Online tutoring does not provide the same level of interaction and engagement as traditional, in-person tutoring.
  2. Technical difficulties: Technical problems such as internet connectivity, software issues, or audio problems can interrupt the tutoring session and reduce its effectiveness.
  3. Lack of accountability: Online tutors may not be as accountable as in-person tutors, and there is a risk of tutors not showing up or not delivering a high-quality service.
  4. Isolation: Online tutoring can be isolating for both the student and tutor, and does not provide the same level of social interaction as in-person tutoring.
  5. Limited resources: Online tutors may not have access to the same resources and materials as in-person tutors, which can impact the quality of the tutoring session.
  6. Security concerns: Sharing personal information and data online can pose a security risk, and there is always a risk of online tutoring being hacked or monitored.
  7. Distractions: Online tutoring can be easily disrupted by distractions in the student's home environment, such as family members, pets, or background noise.

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