|Recent Students: 12||Total Hours: 50||Last Online: 29 Nov 2020|
|All-time Students: 13||Total Classes: 48||Signed Up: 16 Sep 2020|
I graduated from Oxford this summer with a First in English, and since then I have been working full time as a tutor. I am hoping to start a Master's in Public Policy in 2021 or 2022, preferably in London. I am fascinated by politics and have worked for a newspaper before; I now want to study the academic backdrop of this field. I am a keen sportsman: I have played rugby since I was eight and have recently got into long-distance running, completing my third marathon this year. When I am not working I love to read Russian novels and cook.
I have been a tutor for five years, since I volunteered at a local comprehensive through Cornerstone Tuition. I taught GCSE English to students who were achieving Us and Fs in their mocks. With my help, each of my students went on to pass their GCSE English. From there I went to Oxford, where I tutored with Pembroke Tutors alongside my studies, covering English, History, Religious Studies and Philosophy at GCSE, IB and A Level. I also worked with Atom Learning to create an online, AI-powered learning platform covering the key pillars of the curriculum. I have written thousands of English, Comprehension and Verbal Reasoning questions for their app, and this summer launched a series of online lessons to assist with home learning during the pandemic. As well as this, I have lots of experience in assisting students with Oxbridge admissions, particularly for those wishing to study English. I have recently taken up a different kind of tuition role: I am writing and presenting a series of lectures on art and art history for London Art Studies, where I will launch their new under-18s section in an attempt to help teach young people more about the visual arts. Since September I have worked part time at a grammar school, where I work with SEND students and run the Oxbridge admissions programme for students applying for humanities students.
My expertise is in humanities subjects: most of my work has been teaching English, History and Philosophy to students from 16 up to university age.
Excellent, thank you
The content is always amazing and I really enjoy the classes!
University of Oxford (2017-2020)
- BA (Hons), English Language and Literature (First Class)
The Skinners' School (2010-2017)
- English: A*
- History: A*
- Philosophy & Ethics: A*
- Geography: A
English Language: A*
English Literature: A*
Religious Studies: A*