Applying for University Tutors in Malmesbury.
Select which level you are studying at
Where would you like your lessons?
With the rise of Covid-19, we're encouraging you to choose online-only lessons.
Select the price ranges you would be willing to pay within
£75 or less
Select the number of miles within your selected location
10 miles or less
Which times would you prefer your tutor to be free at?
Select which university you would like to filter for
Sorry, it appears there are no tutors matching your search.
Try adjusting or removing your filters.
Online Applying for University Tutors
Resourceful tutor and undergraduate at University of Surrey.
I am passionate about teaching young people and helping them excel. I also have experience in helping students apply for university and jobs. I’ll read over CVs, cover letters and personal statements.View Profile
A maths enthusiast who enjoys sharing their knowledge of numbers.
Experienced maths tutor who has a considerable amount of experience working in the education sector. Recently graduated in Applied Physics BSc and currently studying Quantum Technologies at masters level.View Profile
Will to Learn and Strive to Grow
I have always been a tech geek and wanted to take up Computer Science after 12th. But, I took a liking to Biology in 10th and decided to change schools, dropping Mathematics as a subject. I slogged my behind off for 2 years to try to get into MBBS, didn't get through. Now that I had given up maths, Computer Science wasn't a choice anymore. I realized I wasn't actually interested in MBBS, it just seemed like the obvious choice for Biology aspirants. I was stuck between the rock and a hard place. So, I decided to pivot my career into applied sciences. Because I had recognized Biology was my curiosity and not my passion. Picking Forensic Science for my Undergraduate Degree. Here, I understood that I had a knack for problem-solving, but not math-related. The tech geek in me steered into the field of Digital Forensics, learning a thing or two. Then I stumbled onto the. very niche, field of intelligence. Taught myself OSINT & HUMINT to build the skill set of an analyst, and networked with ex-Military Intelligence Analysts. Parallel to this, seeing how I struggled with my career choices, I started an initiative called Conquering Mindset where I am building a healthy environment for youngsters to support each other and discuss these topics. With a modest amount of followers, around 500 collectively, the community is slowly growing. I conduct seminars on Personal Development, Career Choices, and Digital Safety every alternate Sunday. Informing and helping the audience improve themselves and spreading awareness. Safe to say that I don't regret pivoting my career. 🙌View Profile
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at Imperial College London
Hi, I’m Sara, a first year medical student with previous degrees in Biomedical Science (BSc.) & International Health Management (MSc.). I have strong experience across core subjects and can teach students the best tips to succeed in exams from primary school to undergrad.View Profile
Hard-working tutor and who is ready to teach!
I like to teach primary school kids the most but I do also do higher education, I went to UCAS for a few years and finished the course, I am now a school primary school teacher and a nanny. I am also the parent of two wonderful kids, Chelsie age 4 and Callum age 7View 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
Passionate tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
Dedicated tutor and undergraduate at The University of Warwick
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
Pharmacy undergraduate at University of Nottingham. Online tutoring available!
I am a friendly student that is looking to help support students during this difficult time. I have tutored year 12 students biology for a year, as well as year 4 and 5 students for the 11+ exams. I have also visited primary schools to give additional hands-on science lessons. I like to ensure all classes are engaging, by using diagrams and quizzes to test knowledge whenever I can.View Profile