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Oxford English Literature graduate with 3 years tutoring experience.
Oxford English Literature Graduate Tutoring GCSE and A Level students in Oxford
Experienced History and English tutor with an established track record.
I have been tutoring History and English students for over nine years now, as well as teaching undergraduates and master’s students at the University of Oxford. I’m currently finishing my PhD in History at the university of Oxford, and I love teaching the subject. I have also worked as a marker for entrance exams at the University of Oxford’s History Faculty, and I have considerable experience teaching a wide range of topics with all exam boards, and facilitating excellent results in homework, coursework, and examinations.
Recent graduate experienced in tutoring a variety of subjects
I have recently graduated from Durham University. I love tutoring and have experience in preparing students for GCSEs and A Levels across a variety of subjects. Outside of academia I am a keen musician, actor and tennis player.
Versatile tutor and undergraduate at University of Toronto
I have yet to find a particular style, as I have not had much experience yet. But, I put emphasis on the fact that the student be able to recite and learn the material of their own accord with me as their guide rather than as their instructor or drill sergeant.
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
I bring three tenants to my tutoring: proficiency, engagement, and dedication. Firstly, students are confident that I know every bit of the material, which is really important in giving them the confidence to ask questions and understand new ideas. Secondly, I constantly engage with my students. I ask them questions, present ideas in relevant examples, and encourage them to problem-solve in detail. Thirdly, I am committed to seeing tangible improvement from my students. That means I'll spend time and patience in communicating critical concepts, whether that means nailing down ideas within lessons, scouting out useful reading, or running overtime, to make sure my students fully learn. Current PPE undergraduate at the University of Oxford. Can give lessons to anyone from GCSE to first-year undergraduate standard, including A-Level and IB. Enjoy teaching any students willing to learn, really good at helping students to 'come out of their shell', that is those that are a bit shy or inexperienced with problem-solving - getting them to analyse and think critically. Format is similar to a tutorial format that one would experience at university.
Hard-working tutor and undergraduate at University of Chester