Charlotte P. A Level English Literature tutor, A Level Business Studi...
£18 - £22 /hr

Charlotte P.

Degree: English (Bachelors) - Exeter University

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About me

About Me

I am a first year English student at University of Exeter and I have always been an avid reader who is truly passionate about English Literature. I also took Business Studies and Government & Politics at A-Level and am confident in tutoring in these subjects. As someone who received offers from all five of my university applications, I feel assured that I can help provide reliable and helpful guidance in terms of personal statements.  

I aspire to go into teaching when I finish my degree so I am enthusiastic about helping other people to understand the subject, something that I hope will be beneficial in my tutoring sessions. I am friendly and understanding which so hopefully you'll enjoy my tutoring style. 

Feel free to either send me any questions through WebMail or book a free Meet the Tutor Session.

About my sessions

My sessions will be focused around helping you get the most from tutoring, through focusing solely on the areas you want us to focus on. One of the main ways I can help is through going through exam questions and essays with you to see how you're performing and how you can improve. Another main tutoring method is through assessing essays for you, as I can mark essays and we can use them as a measure of your performance, through repeating these assessed essays over the course of tutoring. 

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Business Studies A Level £20 /hr
English A Level £20 /hr
English Literature A Level £20 /hr
Business Studies GCSE £18 /hr
English GCSE £18 /hr
Government and Politics GCSE £18 /hr
English 13 Plus £18 /hr
English 11 Plus £18 /hr
-Personal Statements- Mentoring £22 /hr

Qualifications

SubjectQualificationLevelGrade
English LiteratureA-levelA2A
Business StudiesA-levelA2A
Government and PoliticsA-levelA2A
General StudiesA-levelA2A*
Disclosure and Barring Service

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No

CRB/DBS Enhanced

28/10/2015

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Questions Charlotte has answered

How should a personal statement be started?

I believe that the best way to begin a personal statement is to immediately begin with an interesting point about yourself that relates to the degree you're applying for. Beginning with "I want to study x because..." isn't a particularly engaging and original opening. It's best to try and open...I believe that the best way to begin a personal statement is to immediately begin with an interesting point about yourself that relates to the degree you're applying for. Beginning with "I want to study x because..." isn't a particularly engaging and original opening. It's best to try and open in a way that will interest the reader and show a real enthusiasm for the subject you are applying to study for. It is also important to remember to make sure the opening of your personal statement is relevant to the course you are applying for, you only have a limited amount of words to make a university want you as a student, so make every word count.  see more

2 years ago

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What are methods of promotion?

There are six main methods of promotion that businesses can use. The first method is advertising, which is above-the-line promotion, and involves any form of advertising such as TV or radio adverts, billboards, posters and newspaper adverts. Other methods of promotion are known as below-the-li...There are six main methods of promotion that businesses can use. The first method is advertising, which is above-the-line promotion, and involves any form of advertising such as TV or radio adverts, billboards, posters and newspaper adverts. Other methods of promotion are known as below-the-line methods and these are sales promotions, word of mouth, public relations, personal selling and direct marketing. These methods can be used alone or in conjuction with one another, for example a business may have a sales promotion and use newspaper adverts to make people aware of this sales promotion. Businesses decide which method of promotion to use based on the product or services they are promoting and the customers they are promoting their product to.  see more

2 years ago

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What are the central themes in The Great Gatsby?

The Great Gatsby is a complex novel with various themes, with the central themes being materialism and the American Dream. The novel is often considered to also have a strong central theme of love but it could be argued that the romantic plot is actually a metaphor for the American Dream, as G...The Great Gatsby is a complex novel with various themes, with the central themes being materialism and the American Dream. The novel is often considered to also have a strong central theme of love but it could be argued that the romantic plot is actually a metaphor for the American Dream, as Gatsby's dream and the reason for his materialsm is the wish to have Daisy as his own. The novel can be considered to have a central theme of materialsm as most of the characters' actions and desires centre around an overall goal of achiveing and maintaining wealth and admiration. It could also be argued that The Great Gatsby has a central theme of hedonism due to the focus on parties and irresponsbility throughout the novel.  see more

2 years ago

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