In July 1999, an agent of Pakistan’s intelligence service, in the US to buy illegal weapons for al-Qaeda and the Taliban in Afghanistan, pointed to the World Trade Center and stated, “Those towers are coming down.” An FBI informant recorded him saying this and similar threats against that building on two other occasions. This information reached higher officials, including the office of Senator Bob Graham, who was chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. [ WPBF Channel 25, 8/5/02 , Cox News, 8/2/02 , Palm Beach Post, 10/17/02 ]
4/ What’s required of you. Obviously if a Tutor is coming to your home then you can expect the costs to be much higher than if you go to them, this is only natural when you consider the time and costs involved. What’s more important is what they ask you to do at home. Firstly a Tutor should be giving out quite a lot of homework, if they aren’t then we would be concerned. Two hours a week is an average, some give more (amounts will vary by tutor and child need). Secondly you need to understand what is required of you. You should accept that with any tutor you will need to make sure reading is happening, and that any work given is done (the tutor cannot do this for you), but what marking is needed? Some cheaper (per hour) tutors give you mark sheets and expect homework to be marked, others actually mark during tutor time, others will mark for you but outside tutor time.