VIPKID is legit – My experience: Day 80

April 6, 2017

My schedule from the first classes until now:

Jan 20th – Jan 22nd:     13 students (13 boys / 0 girls)
Jan 23rd – Jan 29th:      35 students (29 boys / 6 girls)
Jan 30th – Feb  5th:     47 students (37 boys / 10 girls)
Feb  6th – Feb 12th:    85 students (61 boys / 24 girls)
Feb 13th – Feb 19th: 105 students (68 boys / 37 girls)
Feb 20th – Feb 26th: 105 students (72 boys / 33 girls)

Feb 27th – Mar 5th:   102 students (67 boys / 35 girls)
Mar 6th – Mar 12th:    94 students (71 boys / 23 girls)
Mar 13th – Mar 19th: 102 students (75 boys / 27 girls)
Mar 20th – Mar 26th: 108 students (83 boys / 25 girls)
Mar 27th – Apr 2nd:  105 students (77 boys / 28 girls)
Apr 3rd – Apr 9th:     109 students (69 boys / 40 girls)

Still keeping the same schedule.  Daylight savings hasn’t really bothered me.  I’d say about 90% of my schedule now consists of regulars.  I don’t do many trials… maybe around 10 per month.

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Working with VIPKID has been a fun ride so far.  Despite the hours I’m putting in, time really flies by and it doesn’t feel like work.  I guess that’s what we look for right?  Living to work rather than working to live.  As someone who was looking to run away from the ESL/EFL scene, thus why I came back to the states, I’m considering transitioning back to the other side of the planet for a few months to continue my passion for cycling around different parts of the world.

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.  Thank you for reading and enjoy the rest of your week!

 

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