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Luca R.

Oxford University - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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Luca R.

Oxford University - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

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Jemima C.

York - Biology (Bachelors)

A Biology Graduate providing highly interactive lessons full of revision tips, exam preparation, and bitesized recaps of tricky content!

£37-£39

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0 reviews

184 lessons

Jemima C.

York - Biology (Bachelors)

A Biology Graduate providing highly interactive lessons full of revision tips, exam preparation, and bitesized recaps of tricky content!

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Georgiana C.

Nottingham - Spanish and Contemporary Chinese studies (Bachelors)

Hi my name's Georgiana and I'm a Spanish and Chinese graduate from the University of Nottingham.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

20 reviews

205 lessons

Georgiana C.

Nottingham - Spanish and Contemporary Chinese studies (Bachelors)

Hi my name's Georgiana and I'm a Spanish and Chinese graduate from the University of Nottingham.

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Morgan P.

Super tutor

Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

554 lessons

Morgan P.

Super tutor

Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

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Amelia F.

Loughborough - Mathematics (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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43 lessons

Amelia F.

Loughborough - Mathematics (Bachelors)

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Hannah H.

Leeds - Theatre and Performance (Bachelors)

Friendly University of Leeds graduate with a creative and proactive student centered approach. I am especially passionate about English, Humanities and the Arts

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

58 reviews

424 lessons

Hannah H.

Leeds - Theatre and Performance (Bachelors)

Friendly University of Leeds graduate with a creative and proactive student centered approach. I am especially passionate about English, Humanities and the Arts

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Finding KS3 English Language tutors

How much does an English Language KS3 tutor cost? Affordable online tuition should be available to everyone. That’s why our English Language KS3 prices start from just £22/hr with no extra fees. Our tutorials are also fully flexible - so you can book as many, or as few, as you need. How many hours of tutoring does my teen need for English Language KS3? Your teen’s tutor can work with them to understand where they need support and make a suggestion for how often they might need tutorials. This will vary between students and depends on their current stage of preparation. 1. Assessment - our tutors can use this time to see what your teen would like to cover, such as structuring their work or making sense of Macbeth. Your tutor can also test their knowledge and confidence in different areas to see what level they’re currently working at. 2. Planning tutorials - once your tutor has a grasp on your teen’s goals and their current English Language skills level, they can create a timetable to map out how often they’ll need tutorials and share this plan with you and your teen to discuss. 3. Putting it into action - make sure your teen’s tutoring plan fits your needs by thinking about a few of the practical details, such as budget and your family’s availability. Finding a comfortable balance between budget, schedule and your tutor’s suggestions for what your teen needs will be a sure way to strike gold with your teen’s tutoring plan without hitting any bumps in the road. What jobs can I get with English Language KS3? English Language KS3 students can start to develop the skills they’ll need to pursue almost any career opportunity. Since the skills your teen will learn are universal, such as building arguments and analysing texts and communicating effectively - your teen will be able to follow their goals across a range of sectors. So where can they start? It might seem early to think about careers at KS3 level, but it’s a great time to take note of what your teen is enjoying at school and where they’d like to focus on in the future. A few areas they might want to explore, either now or down the line, could be: - Charities administrator - Human resources officer - Supply chain manager - Investment analyst - Consultant - Interpreter - Journalist - Commissioning editor - Distribution manager Curious about online tutoring? Book a free video meeting with one of our English Language KS3 tutors today to see what tutoring can do for your teen’s studies.

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