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Mai Y.

Oxford Brookes University - Applied Design in Architecture (Masters)

Helping students reach academic goals for over 10 years. My strategy is breaking down complex topics into small simple concepts and applying them to examples.

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

30 lessons

Mai Y.

Oxford Brookes University - Applied Design in Architecture (Masters)

Helping students reach academic goals for over 10 years. My strategy is breaking down complex topics into small simple concepts and applying them to examples.

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Omnia S.

Plymouth - Medicine (Bachelors)

dedicated and committed student and teacher, I enjoy new challenges and figuring out individual needs.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

481 lessons

Omnia S.

Plymouth - Medicine (Bachelors)

dedicated and committed student and teacher, I enjoy new challenges and figuring out individual needs.

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Tebarek A.

Bristol - psychology and neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

Hey I'm Teb! I've chosen to study Psychology and Neuroscience at University of Bristol as I feel like this degree combines my love for understanding the how and why of human behavior. I believe that I will enable students to improve as I a...

£22-£27

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

101 lessons

Tebarek A.

Bristol - psychology and neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

Hey I'm Teb! I've chosen to study Psychology and Neuroscience at University of Bristol as I feel like this degree combines my love for understanding the how and why of human behavior. I believe that I will enable students to improve as I a...

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Ameerah T.

Super tutor

Manchester - Politics and Arabic (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Ameerah and I recently graduated from the University of Manchester with First Class Honours in Politics and Arabic. At A-Level, I achieved A* in English Literature, A in Sociology and B in Government and Pol...

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

19 reviews

531 lessons

Ameerah T.

Super tutor

Manchester - Politics and Arabic (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Ameerah and I recently graduated from the University of Manchester with First Class Honours in Politics and Arabic. At A-Level, I achieved A* in English Literature, A in Sociology and B in Government and Pol...

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Fatima S.

Super tutor

Manchester Metropolitan - PGCE English (Bachelors)

First class honours English & Arabic qualified Teacher (PGCE+QTS). Experienced in making a difference and inspiring students to succeed in Arabic & English

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

87 reviews

848 lessons

Fatima S.

Super tutor

Manchester Metropolitan - PGCE English (Bachelors)

First class honours English & Arabic qualified Teacher (PGCE+QTS). Experienced in making a difference and inspiring students to succeed in Arabic & English

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Jafar C.

Manchester - Inflammation Sciences PhD (Doctorate)

PhD student at University of Manchester in Medical Sciences. Oxford University Graduate in German and Arabic....

£47-£49

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Star 4.8 / 5

30 reviews

193 lessons

Jafar C.

Manchester - Inflammation Sciences PhD (Doctorate)

PhD student at University of Manchester in Medical Sciences. Oxford University Graduate in German and Arabic....

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How much does an Arabic tutor cost? Our Arabic tutors deliver top quality tutoring from just £22/hr. Head over to any of our tutor’s profiles for their exact pricing, and remember there’s no added fees. What jobs can you get with Arabic? Learning a language teaches teens a range of valuable tools, such as communication, analysis and interpretation. Since Arabic is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, your teen will be well placed to make the most of a range of exciting career opportunities. To help your teen sort through their options, it can help to do some research. A few potential roles your teen could look into are: - Community education officer - Event manager - Learning mentor - Visual merchandiser - Forensic accountant - Insurance underwriter - Management consultant - Cultural consultant - Paralegal - International aid worker There are lots of resources to help your teen. Finding someone to talk to about their options can be a good way to help your teen find their path - from family members to a private tutor that can give first-hand guidance related to a job using Arabic. How to find an Arabic tutor for your teen Finding the right Arabic tutor can feel like a weight lifted. We're here to offer our advice and help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here are our top 3 areas to think about in your tutor search, with a few questions you can ask tutors during interviews: 1. Schedule - can they be flexible and fit around your teen’s weekly calendar? Can they give Arabic tutorials as often as you need them? 2. Personality match - do you think they’ll make Arabic tutorials fun? Do they have good cultural knowledge to help immerse your teen in the language? Does your teen feel comfortable to practice their speaking skills and ask questions? 3. Academic fit - can they offer what you’re looking for, in terms of Arabic knowledge and experience? Can they help your teen develop any specific skills they’re looking for, such as exam technique? Want to learn more? Book a free video meeting with one of our Arabic tutors today.

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