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History: undoubtedly rewarding to study, but still one of the more challenging subjects at GCSE and A-Level. Success in History exams depends on achieving a balance between broad understanding and specific detail. It's about recognising the key words of a question, and tailoring your answer around it.

With first-hand experience of the History exam and up-to-date knowledge of the syllabus, our History tutors can help you pick up the finer details of the course and put some polish on your essays. So when it comes to the exam, you feel ready for anything the paper might throw at you.

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Bryony knows her stuff. As someone who sat A-Levels, she let me know what to expect and how to write the answers to the questions in the right format. Get Bryony and get results.

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Alex has been able to give me lots of detailed information and resources that have really aided me in improving my study, I already feel more confident in my exam and hope to continue to gain even more confidence!

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Christopher  M. A Level History tutor, GCSE History tutor, A Level Go...

thanks to chris's help I achieved an A in a practice essay! I'm over the moon. his guidance has been invaluable - and much needed.

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Patrick was absolutely fantastic for my son who after the first session said he felt 'inspired' again. He was patient, supportive and very knowledgeble and my son really enjoyed his sessions. Patrick gave my son the confidence and skills needed to do his AS exam this year. We are very grateful.

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Very well prepared, thorough, organised, punctual, and very good explanation. Thank you.

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Evaluative essay feedback given and very impressed by Alex's extra work and commitment outside the classroom.

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