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Charis W.

Warwick - Comparative Literary Studies (Bachelors)

Friendly, First Class English Literature graduate with a passion for teaching who wants to make sure students excel and enjoy their subjects!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

438 lessons

Charis W.

Warwick - Comparative Literary Studies (Bachelors)

Friendly, First Class English Literature graduate with a passion for teaching who wants to make sure students excel and enjoy their subjects!

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Emily Sheila C.

Exeter - MPhil History (Masters)

Pre-booking for Summer School & Catchup Courses now open! Preparation courses running from June till September for KS2-University Level students available.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

27 reviews

473 lessons

Emily Sheila C.

Exeter - MPhil History (Masters)

Pre-booking for Summer School & Catchup Courses now open! Preparation courses running from June till September for KS2-University Level students available.

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Adnaan A.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Cambridge - Modern and Medieval Languages (French and German) (Bachelors)

Fourth year French and History student at the University of Cambridge, with a passion for making learning fun!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

71 reviews

778 lessons

Adnaan A.

Responds quickly
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Cambridge - Modern and Medieval Languages (French and German) (Bachelors)

Fourth year French and History student at the University of Cambridge, with a passion for making learning fun!

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Roxanne T.

Super tutor

Oriel College, Oxford - Classics and English (Bachelors)

Recent graduate ready to tutor in English. Patient, encouraging with lots of experience.

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

701 lessons

Roxanne T.

Super tutor

Oriel College, Oxford - Classics and English (Bachelors)

Recent graduate ready to tutor in English. Patient, encouraging with lots of experience.

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Max R.

Super tutor

Trinity College Dublin - English (Bachelors)

Hi. I'm Max. Im originally from Edinburgh and I study English at Trinity College Dublin. I've always been incredibly passionate about literature since I was at school achieving A*s at GCSE and A Level. I love studying literature as there a...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

72 reviews

751 lessons

Max R.

Super tutor

Trinity College Dublin - English (Bachelors)

Hi. I'm Max. Im originally from Edinburgh and I study English at Trinity College Dublin. I've always been incredibly passionate about literature since I was at school achieving A*s at GCSE and A Level. I love studying literature as there a...

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Alicia W.

Edinburgh - Spanish and English Literature (Bachelors)

A* student and current English Literature and Spanish degree student helping others to achieve highly in their more challenging subjects.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

54 reviews

489 lessons

Alicia W.

Edinburgh - Spanish and English Literature (Bachelors)

A* student and current English Literature and Spanish degree student helping others to achieve highly in their more challenging subjects.

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    How much does it cost to get an ELAT University tutor? The cost of ELAT University tuition can depend on a few different factors, mainly the tutor’s experience, such as how many lessons they’ve completed. But, on average, our price range falls between £22-£57/hr. How many hours of tutoring is needed for the ELAT? This depends on the gap between your teen’s current level and the goals they’d like to achieve. There are 3 easy steps your teen can take with their ELAT tutor to find out how to smash their goals: 1. Assessment - take some time with their tutor during their first tutorial to assess their goals. Their tutor can then put together a roadmap for how they’re going to get there. 2. Plan - after this, their tutor can advise how many ELAT tutorials your teen will need and which areas they’ll be focusing on. 3. Put into action - does this many tutorials match your budget? When would you like to set a regular time that will fit comfortably with your family’s schedule? Make any adjustments you need to feel comfortable with your teen’s tutoring and be open about your teen’s tutoring needs at the start. Tutors can often be flexible and help with a range of needs, so it’ll help them to know these requirements in advance to make tutorials as effective as possible. Tip! Just one tutorial a week can have a real impact on your teen’s confidence and English Literature skills. How do I find an ELAT tutor? There’s a few different ways to tell when you’ve found the right ELAT tutor for your teen: - Personality fit - do they seem to get on well with your teen? Can they explain topics clearly, in a way your teen will remember? Will they make tutorials engaging? - Academic background - can they help with the skills your teen is looking to develop, e.g exam preparation or boosting content knowledge? - Schedule - can they offer tutorials at the right times for you, such as weekends or during school holidays? Are they flexible if your availability changes? Fancy a try? Book a free video meeting with one of our ELAT University tutor today.

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