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Frederika C.

Edinburgh - English Literature (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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Frederika C.

Edinburgh - English Literature (Bachelors)

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Malak H.

Manchester Metropolitan - Architecture and Urbanism (Masters)

I am a tutor who is friendly and can give very good advice as well as support to students who can learn in smart ways meeting their needs

£47-£49

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2 reviews

328 lessons

Malak H.

Manchester Metropolitan - Architecture and Urbanism (Masters)

I am a tutor who is friendly and can give very good advice as well as support to students who can learn in smart ways meeting their needs

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Syeda Hanniya K.

Cambridge - Architecture (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm an Architecture graduate from the University of Cambridge, enthusiastic about making lessons as fun and engaging as possible!

£47-£49

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Syeda Hanniya K.

Cambridge - Architecture (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm an Architecture graduate from the University of Cambridge, enthusiastic about making lessons as fun and engaging as possible!

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Ellen P.

University College London - BA French and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Ellen and I am a third year French and Spanish student at University College London. I am here to build confidence and prepare you to succeed!

£47-£49

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Ellen P.

University College London - BA French and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Ellen and I am a third year French and Spanish student at University College London. I am here to build confidence and prepare you to succeed!

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Arina G.

Lancaster - Architecture (Bachelors)

£47-£49

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Arina G.

Lancaster - Architecture (Bachelors)

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Georgia H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MScR Human Geography (Masters)

I would love to help you progress with your learning and help you prepare for any exams! *Partnered with ALDI Back to School Programme*

£37-£39

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171 reviews

1522 lessons

Georgia H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MScR Human Geography (Masters)

I would love to help you progress with your learning and help you prepare for any exams! *Partnered with ALDI Back to School Programme*

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Need help with GCSE Art?

How much does an Art GCSE tutor cost? Top quality Art GCSE tutoring is closer than you might think, with tutorials from only £22/hr. Try out the handy filter at the top of this page to help find the tutors that fit your needs. What jobs can you get with Art GCSE? Studying Art at GCSE level can be a great way for your teen to kick off a career in the arts. From museum curation to film direction, your teen will start building the skills they need to work towards some exciting opportunities. To start narrowing down their interests, your teen can explore a few different roles that catch their eye and go from there. Some examples of relevant Art roles are: - Interior designer - Graphic designer - Illustrator - Set designer - Auctioneer - Art handler - Dealer - Costume designer - Provenance researcher - TV art department assistant There are lots of resources to help your teen; talking to someone about their options can be one of the best ways to help your teen find their path. Whether it’s a family member, teacher or a private tutor - it can make a real difference to have a role model who they can ask for advice and help build their career pathway in the arts. How to find an Art GCSE tutor for your teen Finding the right Art GCSE tutor should be a breeze. We're here to offer our advice and help you find the tutor that matches your needs. Here are our top 3 areas to think about in your search for an Art GCSE tutor. You can use these prompts to help you ask questions in your tutor interviews: 1. Personality match - do they seem to get on well with your teen? Can they communicate the principles well? Will they help your teen to fine-tune their art skills and discover their interests? 2. Academic fit - do they seem like an inspiring art tutor that can help your teen develop their style, or better prepare for art exams, based on their own skills and experience? 3. Availability - can they be flexible and fit around your working schedule? Can they give Art GCSE tutorials at the times you need them? Want to learn more about finding a tutor? Book a free video meeting with one of our Art GCSE tutors today.

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