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Extremely good attitude and commitment to the job! Tutor has been very consistent in trying to improve my son’s understanding of the subject. Really patient and understanding of my son’s needs in the subject, explains everything accordingly. Exam went well and my son greatly appreciates the help he has received. Highly recommend –

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Robert has been an amazing teacher for the last month or so (maybe more, i can't remember because time flies when you're having fun in French). He has helped me prepare for my GCSEs and has taught me loads of French (which is a useful thing to know in a French exam). He has made lessons both useful and fun, as he is very funny but also very good at explaining. So if you're looking for a French tutor, Robert's your guy.

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Usually we cover both subject knowledge and exam technique, although that can change depending on each individual student. Then we go through diagrams, and they ask questions, and we go from there.

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Studies English at Oxford

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