119 tutors found
My approach to tutoring is student-centered: I appreciate how much learning styles differ from person to person, and I enjoy helping the people I work with find what approach works best for them. Part of what draws me to tutoring is helping people gain confidence, and knowing that needing accommodations or different approaches to learning does not reflect poorly on intelligence or capability. In fact, I believe that reaching out for additional help and communicating your need...
|Recent Students: 12||Total Hours: 122|
|All-time Students: 40||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
I began tutoring students to fund my PhD in English Literature, and I taught a range of syllabuses (OCR, AQA, CCEA, EDEXCEL) and levels (KS2, KS3, GCSE, A-Level and degree). In 2011, I became a Learning Mentor at a top grammar school in Birmingham - King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls - where I helped GCSE students with revision and study techniques, and supported those who had problems revising.
Fuelled by my love of tutoring, I trained to become a teacher, graduatin...
|Recent Students: 5||Total Hours: 211|
|All-time Students: 40||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
University of Sussex 2018-2020: anthropology, international development, gender studies
University of Exeter 2021-Present: political science
|Recent Students: 12||Total Hours: 38|
|All-time Students: 13||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
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I specialise in particular to University students, MA and PhD studies. I believe empowering students use their own potential is my greatest strength. My students feel optimistic and with a clear understanding on how to proceed with their essays and assignments after our lessons. My tutoring has helped many MA students archieve 72-78 Grades and my Doctoral Students are quite enthoustiastic with their subjects once its discussed and carefully analysed in ou...
|Recent Students: 4||Total Hours: 774|
|All-time Students: 131||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
I have tutored GCSE, A-level, Degree and Doctorate-level students on a range of subjects, although my main focus has been Psychology, Sociology, academic writing skills, Business Studies and Research Methods. I have written model essays for exam boards, proofread and edited work to be published, and worked on many dissertations and PhDs with university students.
For Psychology and Sociology, I adopt a systematic approach, and generally like to go over the material thoroughly...
|Recent Students: 25||Total Hours: 2215|
|All-time Students: 187||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
I have taught in schools for over 8 years, and tutored for nearly the same. I have taught pupils from aged 10 to aged 55 in the following subjects: Latin, Classical Civilisation, Classics (degree), Oxbridge entrance and UCAS, EPQ, History of Art, Art, English and Learning Support. My approach is based on getting to know a student's strengths and weaknesses and striking a balance between enjoyment and stretch. Each student is different and I tailor my teaching to suit them. I ...
|Recent Students: 3||Total Hours: 284|
|All-time Students: 29||Last Online: 01 Dec 2022|
I've worked in higher education for a quarter of a century, with about a decade of that being at Cambridge, and most recently, at Brunel. I've taught in the UK, US and Mongolia, so have experience with a wide range of students. Within this context, I've taught academic writing, and I've helped dozens of students, both undergraduate and post-graduate, design, research, and write dissertations and other substantial pieces of research. As someone who has lectured at the Univers...
|Recent Students: 0||Total Hours: 13|
|All-time Students: 5||Last Online: 10 Nov 2022|
Xavier University School of Medicine
My role as an assistant dean and assistant professor of anatomy was to ensure that all areas of education within the basic medical sciences were met. I oversaw course curriculum, examination, assessment as well as admissions.
Director of Anatomy
St James School of Medicine
My role as director of anatomy involved being responsible for all aspects of the anatomical curriculum in a medical school. As a director, I was ...
|Recent Students: 33||Total Hours: 917|
|All-time Students: 161||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
I was a GTA at the London School of Economics where I taught courses on International Relations Theories, Contemporaries Political Theories, and a course on the International Relations of the Middle East. I also was co-convener of the LSE Ph.D. Middle East Workshop. Before my Ph.D. I worked as a journalist for two years and my coverage focused on International Affairs. This year is my first year tutoring privately and I hope you enjoy the process as much as I do.
|Recent Students: 5||Total Hours: 197|
|All-time Students: 41||Last Online: 02 Dec 2022|
I have a wealth of tutoring experience ranging from KS3, GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level, all the way up to Undergraduate level. I tutor both English Literature and Language across a variety of examination boards. I also tutor Academic/Essay Writing and Dissertation Writing, as well as Creative Writing.
As a successful Cambridge applicant and graduate, I consult on applications to Oxford and Cambridge universities. This includes helping students to develop and edit their personal stat...
|Recent Students: 0||Total Hours: 6|
|All-time Students: 3||Last Online: 07 Dec 2020|