Hello! My name is Katie and I'm currently an undergraduate studying Philosophy at University College London. My academic interests include philosophy of language, and political philosophy.
I am a friendly, approachable person and I have had experience of tutoring at my previous school. I always hope to create an engaging, comfortable environment, and I aim to answer any question given to me.
How I Can Help
The most efficient and successful way to make subject matter clear and develop your understanding of a topic is for you to identify the areas you find difficult. I can then structure my tutoring around those specific areas to make the time as targeted and helpful as possible. This approach should allow you to feel comfortable asking anything you want- the best way to learn is by asking questions. I found this to be true through my schooling life and the coaching I did in the Philosophy department at my school.
In addition, I am able to give advice in essay writing, structure, and referencing. I am also happy to go through past papers and consider the mark schemes to ensure you are clear in exam technique and what is required.
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If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me. Outline the specific areas that you are struggling with and we can work to overcome these challenges together and take it from there!
|Philosophy||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Philosophy and Ethics||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Religious Studies||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Religious Studies||GCSE||£18 /hr|
|.TSA. Oxford.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
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|Extended Project Qualification||Advanced Higher||A|
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Regarder: to watch (regular -er verb)
This is the case for regular -er and -ir verbs.
With -re verbs you take off the -e and then add the endings as explained previously.see more
Part 1 asks you to explain a certain theory or argument. The key word here is 'explain'. This means you should not add any evaluative comments that show your opinion- save that for Part 2.
It is important to set the essay out clearly with an introduction and subsequent paragraphs each explaining a feature of the theory. NB The terminology used depends on the question- if it asks for feature say feature, strength specify strength etc.
Part 2 is the evaluative section and you are marked based on your ability to critically analyse the theory at hand. Make use of key scholars and critics to demonstrate wider knowledge. Yet, it is also encouraged to have some unique points that show your own opinion. It should also finish with a conclusion.see more