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Studying: French and Spanish (Bachelors) - Cambridge University

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Hi there, I graduated with a First in French and Spanish from the University of Cambridge. I love learning languages, and love teaching them even more. I am well qualified to guide you through all GCSE and A-level exam boards, independent school scholarship exams and personal statement/Oxbridge prep. 

Why did I become a tutor? - I always found my lessons at school fun, but they never gave me enough pratice, so I improved with extra courses and tutors.  So I know from experience that general improvement of language skills beyond the curriculum has a direct effect on your exam grades.

After a year-long break from tutoring to concentrate on my finals, I am now in the process of training for TEFL... so literally back in the classroom (so to speak). 

I have a flexible timetable and look forward to hearing from you :) (am teaching myself Italian at the moment, so you'll be tutored by someone going through the same langauge-learning difficulties as you!)

Hi there, I graduated with a First in French and Spanish from the University of Cambridge. I love learning languages, and love teaching them even more. I am well qualified to guide you through all GCSE and A-level exam boards, independent school scholarship exams and personal statement/Oxbridge prep. 

Why did I become a tutor? - I always found my lessons at school fun, but they never gave me enough pratice, so I improved with extra courses and tutors.  So I know from experience that general improvement of language skills beyond the curriculum has a direct effect on your exam grades.

After a year-long break from tutoring to concentrate on my finals, I am now in the process of training for TEFL... so literally back in the classroom (so to speak). 

I have a flexible timetable and look forward to hearing from you :) (am teaching myself Italian at the moment, so you'll be tutored by someone going through the same langauge-learning difficulties as you!)

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About my sessions

In tutorials - We can go through the requirements of the exams and mark schemes, as well as work on improving reading, writing, oral and listening skills.  We can work to perfect your grammar, as a good grasp of grammar is essential to attaining those top grades.  

I can offer tutorials for solely oral practice as well, and all tutorials will of course be tailored around your specific needs.  

Oxbridge interview prep - The key is practice, practice, practice, which I can help you with!

In tutorials - We can go through the requirements of the exams and mark schemes, as well as work on improving reading, writing, oral and listening skills.  We can work to perfect your grammar, as a good grasp of grammar is essential to attaining those top grades.  

I can offer tutorials for solely oral practice as well, and all tutorials will of course be tailored around your specific needs.  

Oxbridge interview prep - The key is practice, practice, practice, which I can help you with!

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4.2from 5 customer reviews
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Carlene (Parent)

June 15 2016

very supportive

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Vijitha (Parent)

June 29 2015

She is a very good teacher

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Aruna (Student)

January 7 2015

Hunadda is patient and extremely helpful in both developing my speaking abilities and getting to understand grammar. Thanks to her my Spanish has improved considerably while enjoying the tutorials!

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Carlene (Parent)

June 1 2016

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
FrenchA-level (A2)A*
SpanishA-level (A2)A*
MathematicsA-level (A2)A*
Further MathematicsA-level (A2)A

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
FrenchA Level£26 /hr
SpanishA Level£26 /hr
FrenchGCSE£24 /hr
SpanishGCSE£24 /hr
-Oxbridge Preparation-Mentoring£26 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£26 /hr

Questions Hunadda has answered

I want to study Modern Languages: what do I put in my personal statement?

There is no set model for a Modern Languages personal statement; it varies depending on your interests, the content of the degree courses and whether you're starting a new language or not. Of course, however, for most courses there are key points to cover, such as pinpointintg your main area of interest in that language (is there a personal connection? Did you fall in love with Spanish on one particular trip? Have you never been to the country but are hooked by a certain aspect of their culture?) and proving that you have explored the language and culture beyond your school curriculum.

It is really helpful to have someone (such as a tutor) to bounce ideas off and who can help you explore the most important motivating factors behind your choice of degree course. Admissions tutors see tonnes of personal statements, so trying to guess what they want to read is not a good idea as it will end up sounding generic; what will stand out is one that is genuine and personal.

There is no set model for a Modern Languages personal statement; it varies depending on your interests, the content of the degree courses and whether you're starting a new language or not. Of course, however, for most courses there are key points to cover, such as pinpointintg your main area of interest in that language (is there a personal connection? Did you fall in love with Spanish on one particular trip? Have you never been to the country but are hooked by a certain aspect of their culture?) and proving that you have explored the language and culture beyond your school curriculum.

It is really helpful to have someone (such as a tutor) to bounce ideas off and who can help you explore the most important motivating factors behind your choice of degree course. Admissions tutors see tonnes of personal statements, so trying to guess what they want to read is not a good idea as it will end up sounding generic; what will stand out is one that is genuine and personal.

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