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Skilled tutor and undergraduate at Imperial College London
I am a helpful tutor I won’t leave you and I will always support you even after we’ve had are servicesView Profile
Second year Imperial Computing student, with previous teaching experience.
I’ve previously tutored struggling Key Stage 3 maths students, and aided in the teaching of GCSE computer science to a set of year 10s over a course of a school year. I aim to motivate my tutees to study, ensure they are confident with the current material and then stretch their abilities.View Profile
I'm an tutor with several years of experience getting the best out of all ages!
I have had over three years of tutoring experience in history, english, Oxbridge applications, classical civilisation and maths for a variety of different exams and across different exam boards. I believe in building up a student's confidence and encouraging you to explore your full potential! I teach through online means only, so that you don't have to worry about spending money on transport costs.View Profile
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at King's College London
I thrive in communicating with students, able to build connections and share knowledge easily. I pride myself in being able to connect with younger students and have the ability to get along with anyone. This makes it easier for your son/daughter to learn.View Profile
Recent Cambridge graduate who’s passionate about teaching an array of subjects!
I am a recent Cambridge graduate, and have tutored throughout my time in education as it is both exciting and rewarding!View Profile
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
Enthusiastic student at Oxford University, achieved A*s in A-Level Maths, Physics and Further Maths so I know how to help you get the top grades! Have tutored several students previously online and in person, achieving places at Universities like Leeds and Cambridge. Enjoy helping others with the subjects I enjoy, while I get involved with outreach and access and my university.View Profile
Cambridge and Kings graduate with experience in teaching a range of subjects!
I am a friendly, approachable young professional with experience working in schools with a range of different students, from SEN provision right through to pushing those 'gifted and talented' students in Maths and Psychology. I also am passionate about access to higher education and have coached students in their university applications to top Russell Group Universities. As an Oxbridge alumnus, I know how to navigate these applications and will help with personal statements, entrance exams and interviews. I aim to make lessons fun, engaging and tailored to the learning style of the individual, and am creative in my approach to make sure the student gets the best from our lessons. I'm also trained in mental health and some talking therapies, so am sensitive to the issues faced by students and am more than happy to chat outside of school topics if that is what is right for the student. I use the national curriculum, but my 1:1, informal and personable style hopefully will make students feel like they're not at school, but learning in a collaborative, engaging environment. Contact me for more information about my teaching style and more detailed pricing, as I try to keep everything as low as possible.View Profile
Accomplished tutor and undergraduate at University of Cambridge
Hey! I’m a second year medical student at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Having gone through the U.K. school system, I know how challenging it can be to achieve the top grades consistently across a range of subjects. My experience has resulted in a vast array of tips and techniques which I’m more than willing to share with anyone who I come into contact with. Hopefully with a bit of help and hard work you can also achieve your academic dreams with ease!View Profile
Resourceful tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
I have tutored students in my local area for a number of years, and through one-to-one teaching I have seen how an individualised approach can dramatically improve academic performance. I favour a collaborative style, working with the student to identify areas that they find difficult and through practice helping them to gain confidence. I also encourage my students to send me written work for feedback, which will always be returned on a quick and regular basis. I will also produce personalised revision packs and schedules to help structure work throughout the week. My tutorial style is relaxed and laid back, and I tend to gear a segment of each session into a discussion of what part of the syllabus the student finds the most interesting. Cultivating practical examination skills alongside a passion for the subject is the ultimate goal of my tutorials. While English Literature is my degree course, I have also tutored students for GCSE History and R.E. I can also offer guidance on university admissions, and specifically Oxbridge applications. I have just completed my final year of study in English Language at Literature at the University of Oxford, and have graduated with a first-class degree. I am well aware of the benefits of tutorial-based teaching and wish to impart some of the techniques and skills I have acquired over the past three years to students working at all levels. Having undergone A-levels and GCSEs not too long ago myself, I am conscious of what examination boards are looking for from candidates, and how simple techniques (acquiring the right vocabulary; addressing questions appropriately; arguing with intent) alongside broadening your knowledge of the subject outside of the confines of examinations (reading around the texts, dipping into accessible parts of criticism, exploring topics not typically covered in school) can both improve the grade of a student while also instilling a greater appreciation of the subject in general. Having worked as an Admissions Helper at Hertford College, I have experienced both sides of the university admissions process and would be happy to help prospective undergraduates with their university applications.View Profile