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Mas N.

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Surrey - MA English Literature (Masters)

MA English Literature student with over two years of tutoring experience. I aim to improve subject knowledge in a comfortable and productive learning space.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

8 reviews

81 lessons

Mas N.

Responds quickly

Surrey - MA English Literature (Masters)

MA English Literature student with over two years of tutoring experience. I aim to improve subject knowledge in a comfortable and productive learning space.

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Tiephaine T.

Super tutor

Cambridge - PhD History (previously BA (Hons), MPhil) (Doctorate)

Cambridge University (BA, First with Distinction, MPhil, Top of Cohort, currently doing a PhD), Native French Speaker, teaching IB, A-Levels, GCSEs, CEFR.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

65 reviews

649 lessons

Tiephaine T.

Super tutor

Cambridge - PhD History (previously BA (Hons), MPhil) (Doctorate)

Cambridge University (BA, First with Distinction, MPhil, Top of Cohort, currently doing a PhD), Native French Speaker, teaching IB, A-Levels, GCSEs, CEFR.

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Sophia S.

Kings College London - PhD in Musicology (Doctorate)

King's College London PhD candidate, friendly, caring and interested in tailoring the lesson to each pupil's needs and goals

£55-£57

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

8 reviews

466 lessons

Sophia S.

Kings College London - PhD in Musicology (Doctorate)

King's College London PhD candidate, friendly, caring and interested in tailoring the lesson to each pupil's needs and goals

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Charlotte C.

Super tutor

St John's College, Oxford - History of Art and Visual Culture (Masters)

Oxford Postgraduate in English Literature and History of Art, and fluent in Spanish, building confidence in students through accessible and flexible lessons.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

125 reviews

531 lessons

Charlotte C.

Super tutor

St John's College, Oxford - History of Art and Visual Culture (Masters)

Oxford Postgraduate in English Literature and History of Art, and fluent in Spanish, building confidence in students through accessible and flexible lessons.

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Lina H.

Super tutor

Part-Time Schools Tutors - English (Masters)

I encourage students to aim high and achieve their best, helping them develop their gifts and improve in areas they find challenging.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

60 reviews

513 lessons

Lina H.

Super tutor

Part-Time Schools Tutors - English (Masters)

I encourage students to aim high and achieve their best, helping them develop their gifts and improve in areas they find challenging.

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Alice C.

Super tutor

Durham - English Literature (Bachelors)

My passion for my subject both on the page and on the stage means that I bring an engaging and analytical approach to every lesson.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

159 reviews

2779 lessons

Alice C.

Super tutor

Durham - English Literature (Bachelors)

My passion for my subject both on the page and on the stage means that I bring an engaging and analytical approach to every lesson.

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How much does an English and World Literature IB tutor cost? Top quality English and World Literature IB tutoring is easier to find than you might think, with tutorials starting from just £22/hr. Our tutors are from the UK’s top universities, so we know you’re in safe hands. Got a busy schedule? Our tutorials are fully flexible and booked directly from your MyTutor account. What jobs can I get with an English and World Literature IB? English and World Literature IB students gain strong skills in a number of areas, including verbal communication, writing and project management. These are valuable assets that employers look for across the creative industries and beyond, so your teen will have a broad range of career opportunities. To narrow down their options, it can help to look into a few role descriptions and dig deeper into what these roles really are. Students might find a role that they didn’t expect, or uncover something they weren’t aware of. A few roles your teen could start exploring are: - Assistant Editor - University lecturer - SEO manager - Columnist - Civil Servant - Public Servant - Professor - Senior journalist How to find the right English and World Literature IB tutor? Finding the right English and World Literature IB tutor might feel far away, but we’re here to make it happen. So how do you know when you’ve found what you’re looking for? Asking your teen what they’d like to achieve and which skills they want to develop is a great way to start your tutor search. This will narrow down your options and help you feel confident that you’ve found the right match. A few key areas cover in tutor interviews and with your teen are: - Academic fit - do they have the right experience? Are you looking for a tutor who can produce homework and regular assessments, can your tutor deliver on this? - Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to communicate effectively? The best results often come from really engaging tutorials where their tutor is able to explain the content in a way that’s clear and digestible for your teen. - Availability - does your schedule match with theirs? Can they provide tutorials when you need them, or are they flexible? Feeling ready? Book a free video meeting today to start your journey with English and World Literature IB tutoring.

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