Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: History and Politics (Bachelors) - Exeter University
I successfully applied for a pre-university internship with the Civil Service with my A-Levels; am a keen surfer; and have fought Judo at a national level!
Here's My Promise To You:
I'll put the entire course on a plate for you!! You will have full access to all of my notes via email the moment you hire me, and we will quickly identify which areas you personally need help with and target them intensely.
We will work as quickly or as chilled as you need so you can get to whichever college or uni you want to! We will work the system, focusing ruthlessly on assessment objectives to get you the results you need!
I will put in hours between sessions to prepare for whichever topics you want to cover next time!
I also hope to inspire you to be confident and that you can acheieve whatever results you want to!!
During my A-Levels, I tutored various younger GCSE pupils some of which I took on just before their exams; some of them went on to exceed their predicted grades!
I regularly help my cousins who are currently studying their A-Levels with their essays, as well as exam prep.
I have two mentors of my own - one in Newton Europe Consultancy Firm, and another in the Civil Service Foreign Office; so I am experienced at engaging in this type of relationship!
Sessions will be tailored to you! You tell me what you need and we will focus on that until you are fully confident!
No task is too small or too big - I will help you write an entire essay or test you on some flashcards!
Awesome, please don't hesitate to meet me for free first!
I look forward to meeting you :)
|Politics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|English Literature||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|-Personal Statements-||Mentoring||£20 /hr|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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