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Education Consultant, Qualified Teacher, highly experienced Private Tutor
Currently I work on many Department for Education projects striving to improve the quality of education across the UK, particularly in the area of mental health and effective teaching. I also work as an education consultant delivering training internationally to students and teachers alike. I am a supportive and encouraging tutor, with many years experience as a qualified teacher and many more as a private tutor on a 1:1/small group level. I am educated to Masters Level in Health Psychology and Education, so I am certainly no stranger to education myself! In my "spare" time, I also mark across many exam boards for GCSE and A-Level which keeps my knowledge of how to support students fresh and relevant. I have worked with young children starting out on their education journey through to Bachelor and Masters Level University degrees. Whilst my subject specialism is Psychology, I have taught across a range of subjects with enthusiasm, which ensures that I have an excellent track record of students gaining exam results which exceed their minimum target grades, with many meeting their aspirational target grades. I have taught in a range of education settings which include: primary and secondary schools, Pupil Referral Units, Further and Higher Education. This includes working with individuals of all abilities and backgrounds, including having experience in working with individuals who may have special educational needs or have English as a second language. This has been in a variety of subjects which include: Entrance Exams, English, Maths, Science, Health, Psychology and Humanities, among others. I have taught extensively online as well as in person. I am fortunate enough to be an Examiner of KS2, GCSE and A-Level providing me with a detailed insight into a range of exam boards. I am a friendly and supportive tutor who can be relied upon to provide the best quality lessons. I like to incorporate humour and fun, tailoring my lessons to the needs and interests of the students I am delivering to.View Profile
I am passionate about education and want to help!
I chose my GCSE options in year 8 and started them in year 9. It was then I felt like I had to decide what career I want to go in. I knew I enjoyed teaching as I've done a lot mentoring; I also knew that Religious Studies was one of my most favourite subjects. Really, I loved (still do) cooking the most so a career in catering was also something I wanted but then I decided that from my experience it's not the most stable career and I am an academic. My parents suggested I go into law so I focussed on that. I got 18 A* - Cs for GCSE. I got a scholarship into Oxford for a pre-degree law course which I did along side my A-levels. For AS I did German, Philosophy and Ethics, History and English language and literature. The latter 2 subjects I did not do enjoy as much so I dropped them in A2 and picked up a full A-level in IT. I got a reduced offer to do law at Oxford but I decided I didn't want to do that anymore nor be in that environment again. I chose to do philosophy and R.S. instead which allowed me to dabble with other topics such as psychology, sociology, and government and politics. I have worked at schools as pupil assistant, mentor and teacher. I am now a manager at a tuition centre. (And I've been tutoring for over 8 years now). Sorry for the essay!View Profile
Experienced Tutor | Undergraduate in Mathematics and Philosophy
My name is Will and I am a student at the University of York. I am currently studying a BSc Mathematics and Philosophy (equal). I would describe myself as very patient, confident and approachable person with a passion for allowing people to reach their potential. I am extremely hard-working and will do anything to make sure I do the best job that I can. Last year I taught 2 students, one GCSE and one A-Level, both maths. Both were very successful and found that my tutoring improved their overall grade. See further for my teaching style: Experience has taught me that the best approach is to always be patient. I let the student dictate the pace of learning, taking more time on topics that are more of struggle for the student. I am extremely hard-working and organising making sure that the student is clear about the progress in their learning. I would usually start a session figuring out the topic the student like to work in then progressing with the main teaching part. Obviously all students learn different ways with some people being more visual learners and some auditory. As such, I have a wide range of techniques to make sure that the student gets the most from the sessions. These range from, worked examples of questions, to a step by step method of how to answer a question, as well as past papers with written model solutions. I would say that I am a very creative person which allows me to adapt my teaching style when the opportunity calls for it. Getting close to the exam period I will try to give techniques to apply during exams as well as how to come with stress or pressure during this time. Finally I have set my prices significantly much lower than other tutors out there. I live by the philosophy that price shouldn't be a barrier in somebody achieving their potential. I hope the prices seem fair for the service that I offer.View Profile
Graduate entry medical student with a 1st class Masters and BSc
Six years experience as an A-level Chemistry and Biology tutor. 4th Year Graduate Entry Medical student with an MSc in neuroscience. Previously worked as a pharmaceutical communications consultant, so trained to convey complex topics in manageable ways Also provide GCSE STEM subject tutoring. Experienced agency worker as a medical school entry specialist. Over 50 personal statements edited previously Average student gains 1.5 grades at A-level over 3 months. Happy to discuss plans of action and session arrangements. Love helping people achieve there best! Student testimonials: “Matt is an amazing tutor, he really makes the hardest topics accessible. I really feel like I’ve got a good chance of getting the grades now.” Sally S. - medical school applicant “After our sessions my teachers have noticed a big difference, I’ve even won certificates for being able to teach the class a new topic!” Monika O. - GCSE stem studentView Profile
Savvy tutor and undergraduate at University of Oxford
Hi, I have over 2 years tutoring experience, specialising in Oxbridge entrance (personal statement, admissions tests, interview prep) as well as philosophy, politics and economics up to and including A Level. I graduated from the University of Oxford in 2019 with a 2:1 in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.View Profile
Passionate tutor who is ready to teach!
Currently studying at University College London. Strong believer of tailored tutoring - every student learns best differently, and it is my job to help them figure out how and adapt my teaching accordingly. I personally view being a tutor as being similar to a mentor, and hope to work with the student to develop skills that not only allow them to conquer specific academic subjects, but which can prove advantageous in many other areas. Ultimately, I strive to bring out the absolute best in my student.View Profile
English, Maths, Humanities | IELTS | Education MA | Experienced and friendly
I am an enthusiastic tutor who can make learning fun and relevant. I aim to make ideas clear to the student, in order that they can use them fluidly and flexibly, and to encourage genuine understanding. I enjoy teaching and believe learning starts with the learner, adapting ideas and course content to meet their interests and needs. I give children, young people, and adults thorough explanations of concepts and lots of practice to consolidate their learning. I can also teach English as a Foreign Language and Functional Maths to adults. I have experience working with alternative education programmes in England and am widely versed in non-hierarchical learning which involves both student and teacher in consideration of a common object. I have worked with adults for their IELTS exam, students for their A-levels and their GCSE across many educational backgrounds and needs including SEN. Collectively, with TutorFair, Scoodle, Titanium Tutors, I have been a tutor for over 350 hours. Currently, I am an Education student at the UCL IOE, having studied English at Queen Mary, University of London (1.1) before this. Here, I have learned several new qualities in research, teaching and learning.View Profile
Experienced teacher and tutor
I work in an independent preparatory school, focusing on 11+ exams, with many years of proven success. Experienced tutor in a variety of subjects up to and including Undergraduate levelView Profile
Accomplished tutor and undergraduate at The University of Manchester
I am an advocate for critical thinking and independent inquiry. I facilitate and foster a passion for learning, working with students to achieve the best possible outcomes- both in exams and for their own learning. I’ve taught at schools in Cambridge and the Dominican Republic.View Profile
First-Class English Literature Graduate from University of East Anglia.
UEA graduate with First Class Honours in English Literature. Patient and friendly tutor that is willing to help with anything you need; revision tips, exam preparation, essay planning and discussions, and truly understanding the text’s key themes, characters, context, and purpose. Please send me a message on the areas you’d like to focus on and I can tailor my lesson so you really get the most out of it.View Profile