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Sophie C.

Newcastle - Modern Languages (Bachelors)

Friendly languages student, aiming to help pupils reach their full potential and achieve top grades

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

23 reviews

191 lessons

Sophie C.

Newcastle - Modern Languages (Bachelors)

Friendly languages student, aiming to help pupils reach their full potential and achieve top grades

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Ben T.

Exeter - BSc Business Economics (Bachelors)

University of Exeter Master's student passionate about helping students excel - exceptional track record tutoring various subjects

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

219 lessons

Ben T.

Exeter - BSc Business Economics (Bachelors)

University of Exeter Master's student passionate about helping students excel - exceptional track record tutoring various subjects

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Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

41 reviews

360 lessons

Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

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Haleema D.

Teesside University - Pharmacy (Foundation)

I am a passionate and dedicated tutor whose goal is to help students improve their science knowledge- specifically biology is my strongest area. I have a wide range of knowledge with science as I have studied in higher education for pharmaceutical...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

38 lessons

Haleema D.

Teesside University - Pharmacy (Foundation)

I am a passionate and dedicated tutor whose goal is to help students improve their science knowledge- specifically biology is my strongest area. I have a wide range of knowledge with science as I have studied in higher education for pharmaceutical...

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Jake B.

Super tutor

University College London - English: Issues in Modern Culture (Masters)

I want to teach you to love reading superb books and to learn to love writing: top grades will come hand in hand!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

245 reviews

1633 lessons

Jake B.

Super tutor

University College London - English: Issues in Modern Culture (Masters)

I want to teach you to love reading superb books and to learn to love writing: top grades will come hand in hand!

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Emily H.

Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Emily! I'm a second year at Durham University studying Modern Languages and Cultures (French and German). I understand that learning a language can be

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

28 reviews

343 lessons

Emily H.

Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Emily! I'm a second year at Durham University studying Modern Languages and Cultures (French and German). I understand that learning a language can be

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How much does a GCSE English Literature tutor cost? Short answer - £22-£57/hr. This is based on your tutor’s level of experience and how many tutorials they’ve completed with us. You can head to your tutor’s profile for exact pricing, or use the pricing filter at the top of this page to narrow down your search. Remember, we don’t add on any extra fees so you only pay what you can see. What jobs can you get with an English Literature GCSE? As an English Literature GCSE student, your teen will learn lots of valuable analytical skills. These can be applied to a range of careers, so it’s a good idea to keep an open mind about what opportunities are available. It can help your teen to talk to someone about their interests and what skills they’d like to develop in a role. Our tutors can offer dedicated support, using their own expertise to help guide your teen towards a path that suits their goals. Starting conversations is easier when you’ve got an idea of what you’d like to explore - so we’ve put together a few top roles for English Literature students to help your teen jump start their search: - Curator - Freelance Writer - Editor - Historical Researcher - Event Coordinator - Columnist - Film Consultant - Copywriter - Fundraiser - Fiction Writer How to find a English Literature GCSE tutor for your teen High quality English Literature GCSE tutors are just a few clicks away - how do you know which one to pick? We’ve paired students with lots of great English Literature tutors so we know what it takes. Here are the top 3 areas to explore in your tutor search, along with a few key questions that’ll help you and your teen find out what you’re looking for. From there, you’ll be able to spot when you’ve found a great fit. Let’s dive straight in: - Academic fit - do they have the right experience with your teen’s exam board and key texts? Are they able to focus on the English skills your teen would like to develop, like exam prep or in-depth text analysis? - Personality - will they make tutorials interesting for your teen? Can they build a good rapport with your teen? Do they explain the themes clearly? - Availability - are they flexible if your schedule changes? Can they deliver tutorials when you need them, such as evenings or holiday cover? Fancy a try? Book a free video meeting with one of our English Literature GCSE tutors to see how online tutoring can help your teen.

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