We currently have over 600 tutors with academic and expert experience specialising in a wide variety of subjects from GCSEs to postgraduate assistance and everything in between.
We likewise have lots of tutors supplying a wide variety of themes, including - Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science, Geography, History, English, English Literature, Law, Psychology, Engineering, Economics, Finance, MBA, GMAT, GRE, ACCA, AAT, IELTS, TEFL, ESL, Spanish, proofread Law coursework, Expert writers tutor, and a lot more.
Our passionate tutors likewise provide institution of higher education tutoring, and admissions test preparation - including all Oxford and Cambridge entrance exams and provide dissertation consulting services to support your preparation of coursework Haymarket Edinburgh.
What credentials do online Edinburgh tutors need?
All online mathematics tutors must hold a minimum of a Bachelor's degree and have specialist tutoring experience. Most of our tutors have higher degrees on top of that, from distinguished institutions such as University College London. All of our tutors are DBS checked or possess had background checks of the comparable parity.
What does a tutor do?
Our tutors' duty is to help you to understand and excel in your decided on subject. Employing their proficiency and their schooling experience, they will help you understand, evaluate and apply the material of your course work and subjects.
They are not going to do your work for you and are not an alternative to childcare.
Who will my tutor be?
That is all up to you. You have a selection of 100s of highly trained tutors to have a look at. You can view their profiles, check individuals' reviews, tutor credentials and backgrounds, experience, and hours taught online with Spires.
Then, get in touch with your favourites to see if they are suitable for your level and learning character. You can have a chat over zoom to see if you'll fit. Then you can arrange your very first lesson!
How much do private tutors Edinburgh cost per hour?
Tuition is priced according to level:
School: For Primary school, Secondary and Higher Education prices start at £25/hr
University: For Undergraduate and Postgraduate tutoring, prices start at £35/hr
Professional: For Chartered Qualifications and Admissions Test tutoring, prices start at £45/hr.
The average tutor rate varies based upon the tutors’ experience and know-how and the level of the learner.
Can I book an Edinburgh tutor for online Primary school level classes?
Yes, you can! We have a fantastic choice of professional tutors who have actually taught at the Primary school level. We likewise deliver fluency and literacy tutoring - even Spanish! - for students from as young as 4 or 5 years old. Of course, most of the students are a little older when they start working with a Spires member tutor, usually 9 or 10 years old. .
Can I schedule a private National 5 or GCSE tutor online in Edinburgh?
Yes, you can! We have a leading choice of specialist tutors in Edinburgh delivering National 5 and GCSE tuition. they all have years of experience at the secondary school level and we offer specialised tutors in all subjects
The GCSE tutor you choose will have taught AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel, and all other awarding bodies. Many tutors have a great deal of experience with IGCSE courses also.
Do you provide IB tutors in Edinburgh?
Yes, we do. International Baccalaureate is incredibly popular with Spires students. We have member tutors in Edinburgh giving assistance in all subjects at HL and SL levels.
Just make use of the filter to browse a selection of private tutors Edinburgh for IB. Feel free to message those you like to ask if they supply the assistance you need before scheduling a lesson.
Can I find an online Higher tutor in Edinburgh?
We have a great selection of professional Highers tutors in Edinburgh who have experience with all subjects.
After you find your ideal private tutor for Highers you can get in touch with them before setting up a lesson. They will then tailor-make a programme based on your specific needs and provide any extra content.
Can I arrange University tutors Edinburgh? Will tutors have free time for study support when I am available?
Yes, you can! Our huge database of University-level tutors supplies a wide range of specialisations and competence. Simply use the filter to search for your research subject and level of study, and check out readily available candidates.
Can I find an online University admissions tutor in Edinburgh?
Yes, you can! We have lots of expert University entry tutors in Edinburgh who all have exceptional track records and many hours logged.
Our Oxbridge admissions tutors are all graduates from those universities, and can offer the very best assistance and tips to prepare for your interview. We have tutors who have studied at Ivy League colleges and top universities all around the globe.
We also provide private tutors who deliver IELTS and TOEFL preparation for non-native English speakers.
Do your tutors in Edinburgh give lessons to adults?
Yes, they do! Our vast directory of private tutors in Edinburgh offers a comprehensive range of Chartered Certification tutoring and all other professional tests.
If you can't find a tutor for your subject, level, or test, please connect with us, and we will recommend a suitable specialist for your requirements.
We teach adults with all levels of previous study, and specialise in helping students of all ages increase their confidence, whatever the subject.
What can you teach me about Edinburgh?
Edinburgh, Dun Eideann in Gaelic, is the capital city of Scotland and the second most visited city in the UK. It is located in southeastern Scotland, near the southern bank of the Firth of Forth, at the edge of the North Sea and in the Scottish Lowlands. The city and its surroundings form a separate council region. The city and most of the council area are in the ancient county of Midlothian, including the busy port of Leith on the Firth of Forth. The council area also includes the historic county of West Lothian in the northwest, near South Queensferry.
Edinburgh is a city of theatricality, thanks in part to its setting among crags and hills and its tall buildings and black stone spires. Edinburgh has served as a military stronghold, an independent country’s capital, and a centre of literature, research and intellectual activity. Home to countless scientific inventions and discoveries over the last few hundred years, that continue to shape modern life - Edinburgh's minds also inspired the enlightenment (David Hume), and capitalism (Adam Smith). Edinburgh is home to many world-class educational institutions, in particular the University of Edinburgh and Heriot- Watt University. Despite experiencing ups and downs of fortune, the city has always reinvented itself and is often said to have a character similar to one of the fictional characters created there - Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde. It is now the seat of the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Executive and a significant financial, legal, tourism, education, and cultural hub. The council area covers 102 square miles (264 square km). and has a populaiton of 482,640 (2011), though this has grown considerably in the decade since the last UK census.
Between 1856 and 1920, Edinburgh absorbed nearby villages, such as Stockbridge, Bruntsfield, Fountainbridge, Morningide, Newington, the Dean Village, and the Firth of Forth ports, of Leith and Newhaven. Since then the city has continued to expand outwards swallowing up towns and villages mainly to the west and south-east, but its aesthetic and political heart remains in its compact historic core, including the Old Town and the New Town. The Old Town, erected early in the Middle Ages when there was continual danger of assault from the South, huddles high on Castle Rock, overlooking the surrounding plain. On the north-side of Edinburgh Castle, the New Town sprawls out in a spectacular series of streets, crescents, and terraces. In 1995, UNESCO listed the mediaeval Old Town and the Neoclassical New Town as World Heritage sites. The dormant volcano Arthur's Seat looms large above the city and like Edinburgh Castle, and despite the seven hills, can be seen from most places in the Scottish capital.
This profusion of peculiarities, this fantasy in masonry and living rock," said Robert Louis Stevenson, the 19th-century Scottish novelist, essayist, and poet - born in the New Town, “is not a drop-scene in a theatre but a metropolis in the world of reality." The contrasts that distinguish Edinburgh also distinguish it as uniquely Scottish, for despite its guarded façade, it is a city capable of enormous warmth and delight. Its residents have historically been qualified of considerable enthusiasm, particularly in the fields of education, science, and also all things royal or religious. For example, in 1561, a crowd led by the fiery Protestant reformer John Knox attempted to burst into the private chapel in the Palace of Holyroodhouse, where Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–67), who had just returned from France, was attending a Roman Catholic mass. In 1637, a disturbance in St. Giles Cathedral in protest of a new service book sparked a Scottish insurrection against Charles I, triggering the War of the Three Kingdoms, which enveloped the entire United Kingdom in the 1640s and resulted in Charles’ execution. Following the lynching of John Porteous, captain of the city guard, in 1736, the burgh was on the verge of losing its royal charter.
In modern times, Edinburgh plays a leading role in UK media, as home to some of the largest arts festivals in the world every summer- the Official Edinburgh Festival and Fringe Comedy Festival. Virtually every major UK comedian and comedy troupe in the 20th century were "discovered" during one of the Edinburgh festivals. As well as being home to some of the finest English language writers over the last three centuries; in the 20th century, Edinburgh was also the "birthplace" of JK Rowling's Harry Potter series, is the principal backdrop of the work of Scottish writer Irvine Welsh, and is where Inspector Rebus plies his trade in the works of Ian Rankin.