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BA/MA English, Drama and Education University of Cambridge
I am flexible, dedicated and personal in my approach, making what seems complex and alien seem relevant and applicable - and therefore more memorable!
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English Language and Literature University of Oxford
Qualified, professional tutor with upwards of five years experience. Specialises in English Literature, Oxbridge University entrance and exam study skills.
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I somehow manage to explain everything in Science and Maths in a ridiculous and funny way.
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Veterinary medicine / Biological Sciences The Royal Veterinary College / University of Oxford
Science and learning are my passions, and I love to pass this onto my students in inspiring and engaging ways.
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Chemistry Queen Mary University of London
Experienced chemistry and biology tutor + examiner
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Anatomical Sciences Leeds University
A tutor who thrives in seeing the progress that can be made 1 on 1 with a student by focusing on those key details which are the difference between one grade and the next.
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My overall philosophy of teaching is simple: I hope to make the students that I interact with somehow richer from their experience(s) with me.
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Why study for RSS attachments?
The RSS is a statistical organisation that has been around for over a hundred years. The RSS is a not-for-profit organisation with around 2500 members and acts as a professional body for statisticians in the UK.

It was granted a Royal Charter in 1895 by Queen Victoria and currently functions as a professional body responsible for coordinating research in statistics and setting standards of competence through its accreditation programme. Its main aims are to promote and conduct research in statistics. It also provides training in data analysis and sets standards of competence for statisticians through accreditation. 

For employers, RSSA is an endorsement of applicants' competence and an indicator of employability. It helps them find talented individuals who can make further progress in the world of statistical research

To become a member of Royal Statistical Society, you must complete three attachments. The attachments are necessary for membership and good preparation for your career.

To be eligible for an attachment, you must have completed at least two years of undergraduate study or have started the first year of an honours degree programme. You will then take part in a formal assessment centre known as a 'formal interview' before being assessed in areas such as data analysis, statistical techniques and ethics and mathematics.

The RSS offers workshops and training courses for those who cannot meet the requirements for membership. These programmes provide in-depth knowledge for data analysis or statistics courses through their eAcademy platform.

What university degree is RSS useful for?
There are two ways to earn an accredited degree in statistics. The first option is the RSS Accredited University, which gives you the status to also teach or study this subject. Alternatively, they also offer modules and courses through their Quality Mark for those seeking individual learning opportunities for statistical skills.

Here are some of the many graduate programmes in the UK that are accredited by the RSS:


  • Birkbeck, University of London

MSc in Applied Statistics

MSc in Applied Statistics and Operational Research

MSc in Applied Statistics and Stochastic Modelling

MSc in Applied Statistics and Financial Modelling

  • University of Bristol

BSc in Mathematics with Statistics

MSci in Mathematics with Statistics

  • University College Dublin

MSc in Statistics

  • University of Edinburgh

BSc with Honours in Mathematics and Statistics

  • University of Glasgow

BSc with Honours in Statistics

MSci in Applied Mathematics and Statistics

  • Universiteit Hasselt

Master of Statistics

  • Imperial College London

MSc in Statistics

  • University of Kent

MSc in Statistics with Finance

  • Lancaster University

MSci in Statistics (International)

MSci in Mathematics with Statistics

  • University of Leeds

MSc in Statistics

MSc in Statistics with Applications to Finance

  • University of Leicester

MSc in Medical Statistics

  • University of Liverpool

BSc in Mathematics and Statistics

  • London School of Economics and Political Science

MSc in Statistics

BSc Actuarial Science

BSc Business, Mathematics and Statistics

BSc Statistics with Finance

  • University of Manchester

MMath / BSc in Mathematics

MSc in Statistics

  • University of Newcastle upon Tyne

BSc in Statistics

University of Nottingham

BSc in Mathematics with Statistics

MMath in Mathematics with Statistics

  • University of Oxford

BA in Mathematics and Statistics

MMath in Mathematics and Statistics

  • Plymouth University

BSc in Mathematics with Statistics

BSc in Data Modelling and Analytics

  • Queen Mary, University of London

MSci in Mathematics with Statistics

  • University of Reading

BSc in Applied Statistics

  • University of St Andrews

BSc Honours in Mathematics

MA Honours in Statistics

MMath Honours in Statistics

BSc Honours in Statistics and Computer Science

BSc Honours in Statistics and Economics

  • University of Sheffield

MSc in Statistics

MSc in Statistics with Medical Applications

MSc in Statistics with Financial Applications

University of Strathclyde

BSc Mathematics and Statistics


  • University College London

BSc in Statistics

BSc in Statistics and Mathematics for Business

BSc in Statistics, Computing, Operational Research and Economics

  • University of Warwick

BSc in Mathematics and Statistics

Integrated Masters in Mathematics and Statistics

BSc in Mathematics, Operational Research, Economics & Statistics (MORSE)

Integrated Masters in Mathematics, Operational Research, Economics & Statistics (MORSE)

MSc in Statistics

  • University of the West of England

BSc in Statistics1

BSc in Mathematics and Statistics 2

University of York

BSc in Mathematics with Statistics


What careers can studying RSS lead to?

Becoming a member of the RSS essentially means you’re on your way to work alongside some of the biggest names in academia on the planet. It’s the validation of your decades of hard work. 

Here are some career options for those who seek to become RSS members: 

How does RSS help with mathematical modelling?

Mathematical modelling is the transformation of a real situation into a mathematical form. It is a way to formulate problems or explain situations that are difficult to represent as true using mathematics, such as predicting how many people would listen to your podcast at different times and what topics they would choose based on variables such as time of day and subject.

Mathematical models have broad applications in statistics, from mundane things like choosing when to release your episodes so that more listeners tune in, to such extraordinary things as artificial insemination techniques. Statistics, then, is an important tool in mathematics for building models and performing analysis. In addition, it can also be used to solve problems in a variety of fields, such as biology, the social sciences, or physics, which makes the study of mathematical modelling along with statistics all the more attractive.

How expert training can help you level up

Teachers will take the time to assess your starting point then develop a personalised syllabus to work towards your objectives. Online classes will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in areas that they are already comfortable in, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.

How many RSS tutors are available to give private lessons?

We currently have over 2 RSS Tutors with academic and professional experience specialising in a wide range of topics from GCSEs to postgraduate support, and everything in between.

How much is online expert help per hour in London?

The average tutor price per hr is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and students’ level of study. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the increased living costs that come with London life.

Can I get expert help for RSS revision?

Yes, you can! Our database of RSS  teachers offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the filter to search for RSS teacher for your level and browse through available candidates. 

Do you offer online RSS admissions help?

Yes, we do! Our database of RSS teachers offers a wide range of tutors offering admissions help at various levels such as UCAS, Oxbridge Entrance, and even IELTS and TOEFL preparation for non-native speakers.

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  • Belfast
  • Nottingham
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  • Brighton & Hove
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  • Southampton
  • Portsmouth
  • Plymouth
  • York

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