Georgia F.

Georgia F.

£18 /hr

International Business (Bachelors) - Leeds University

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About me

I am studying International Business to enhance my knowledge of global trade and to help me achieve my ultimate dream of running my own business. A lot of the work that I do now and the work that I have done at Sixthform and School has been essay based so I have lots of experience in how to actually write the type of answers that examiners want to read. Although taking exams can be daunting, I will help you gain the right tools to create revision techniques that you will use and retain the most information from and I will focus on teaching you how to create a strong structure for your answers so that you can go into the exam hall feeling as confident as possible.

I am studying International Business to enhance my knowledge of global trade and to help me achieve my ultimate dream of running my own business. A lot of the work that I do now and the work that I have done at Sixthform and School has been essay based so I have lots of experience in how to actually write the type of answers that examiners want to read. Although taking exams can be daunting, I will help you gain the right tools to create revision techniques that you will use and retain the most information from and I will focus on teaching you how to create a strong structure for your answers so that you can go into the exam hall feeling as confident as possible.

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About my sessions

Everybody learns differently and so my lessons will be individually tailored to help you in the best way possible. Before we start, I invite you to have a free 15 minute introductory call in which we will discuss topics that you would like help with, your preferred method of learning and further, the grade that you are aiming to achieve. I will then create a plan, proposing the action that we should take to achieve this.


Prior to each lesson, I will ask you to send me a potential exam question; I will then research and prepare the information that you will need for it - which we will cover in the first half of the lesson - before moving onto how to actually answer it, e.g. the structure. Following this, I may ask you to complete the question and then return it to me so that I can provide you with some feedback. Each lesson will be based on the progress that you made in the previous session and I welcome pupils' suggestions on specific areas to cover.


Additionally, I will aid pupils in their individual revision by teaching them a range of techniques to harbour information and further, by providing them with access to a range of websites and apps which will provide them with an easy and fun way to learn.


Everybody learns differently and so my lessons will be individually tailored to help you in the best way possible. Before we start, I invite you to have a free 15 minute introductory call in which we will discuss topics that you would like help with, your preferred method of learning and further, the grade that you are aiming to achieve. I will then create a plan, proposing the action that we should take to achieve this.


Prior to each lesson, I will ask you to send me a potential exam question; I will then research and prepare the information that you will need for it - which we will cover in the first half of the lesson - before moving onto how to actually answer it, e.g. the structure. Following this, I may ask you to complete the question and then return it to me so that I can provide you with some feedback. Each lesson will be based on the progress that you made in the previous session and I welcome pupils' suggestions on specific areas to cover.


Additionally, I will aid pupils in their individual revision by teaching them a range of techniques to harbour information and further, by providing them with access to a range of websites and apps which will provide them with an easy and fun way to learn.


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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
HistoryA-level (A2)A*
ICTA-level (A2)A
Business StudiesA-level (A2)B

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrice
HistoryGCSE£18 /hr
English13 Plus£18 /hr
History13 Plus£18 /hr

Questions Georgia has answered

How do you assess the validity of a historical source?

A good acronym to remember when assessing sources is DAMIT. D = Date: When was the source produced? Did any major historical events take place around this date? Is the source typical of the time? How long after the event was this source produced? Does the author have hindsight?A = Author & Audience: Who produced this source? What is the background of the person who produced this source? - i.e. were they educated? Is the source primary or secondary? - Was the individual there? Who was the source produced for?M = Motive: Why was this source produced? - i.e. to inform or entertain? Could these motives effect how reliable the source is? - i.e. is it biased? I = Information: What information is included in the source? - Why? Is there any information missing from the source? - Could you suggest why? What type of source is it? - i.e. Church records - are they typical of this type of document? Would there be any reason to believe the information had been tampered with? Is the information included supported by evidence?T = Tone: Is the source positive or negative? Does its' tone match this? Is the tone of the source typical, given its' author? Does the tone of the source give reason to raise concerns surrounding it?A good acronym to remember when assessing sources is DAMIT. D = Date: When was the source produced? Did any major historical events take place around this date? Is the source typical of the time? How long after the event was this source produced? Does the author have hindsight?A = Author & Audience: Who produced this source? What is the background of the person who produced this source? - i.e. were they educated? Is the source primary or secondary? - Was the individual there? Who was the source produced for?M = Motive: Why was this source produced? - i.e. to inform or entertain? Could these motives effect how reliable the source is? - i.e. is it biased? I = Information: What information is included in the source? - Why? Is there any information missing from the source? - Could you suggest why? What type of source is it? - i.e. Church records - are they typical of this type of document? Would there be any reason to believe the information had been tampered with? Is the information included supported by evidence?T = Tone: Is the source positive or negative? Does its' tone match this? Is the tone of the source typical, given its' author? Does the tone of the source give reason to raise concerns surrounding it?

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