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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

/hr

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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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

/hr

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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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

/hr

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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Eleanor C.

Cardiff - Law and Politics (Bachelors)

£22-£27

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

40 lessons

Eleanor C.

Cardiff - Law and Politics (Bachelors)

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Lara F.

York - English / History (Bachelors)

I am a passionate English and History student that loves what I study. I believe this passion allows me to tailor my sessions to fit around the student.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

236 lessons

Lara F.

York - English / History (Bachelors)

I am a passionate English and History student that loves what I study. I believe this passion allows me to tailor my sessions to fit around the student.

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Rachael B.

Super tutor

Exeter - English Literature (Other)

Enthusiastic and meticulous English tutor with a First Class Honours from the University of Exeter

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

146 reviews

1573 lessons

Rachael B.

Super tutor

Exeter - English Literature (Other)

Enthusiastic and meticulous English tutor with a First Class Honours from the University of Exeter

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How much does an English A level tutor cost? The cost of English A level tuition can vary depending on the tutor’s experience, like how many tutorials they’ve completed. As a guide, our prices range between £22-£57/hr. Remember! You can use our handy pricing filter to narrow down your options and find the right tutor for you. How can I find a good English A level tutor? When you’re looking for a tutor, it can really help to think ahead of time about what you’d like to achieve with your tutor. Ask your teen what their goals are - maybe they’d like to boost their confidence to perform better in exams, or work on their subject knowledge? Our tutors can help work out the specifics, but having a general idea can really help to start those conversations. Now you’ve got a good idea of your teen’s goals, let’s go through how to know when you’ve hit the jackpot with your tutor. We’ve put together a step-by-step guide to help you figure out if the tutor you’re considering is the right fit for your needs. Let’s dive in: - Teaching style - does your teen feel confident with the way this tutor communicates, do they respond well to them? Are they looking for someone who can adapt to new learning styles? Does this tutor have the right academic background to tutor your teen in the areas they need? - Schedule - are they free when you need them, such as evenings or weekends? Are you looking for long term support? Do you need regular catch-ups in between more in depth tutorials? Would you like your tutor to factor tests into tutorials to see how your teen is progressing? - Personality - does your teen feel comfortable asking them questions? Are they able to understand how they’re explaining the material, is it easy to absorb? Do you feel like they’ll get on well with your teen? Feel free to ask tutors as many questions as you need - taking the time to interview your tutors can be really valuable in helping you feel confident with your choice. How many hours of tutoring is needed for English A level? This depends on where your teen is currently working at, and what they’d like to achieve. There’s just 3 easy steps you can take with your tutor to find out how your teen can bridge that gap and make sure they achieve their goals: 1. Assessment - our tutors can use their first tutorials with your teen to find out where the gaps are. This could be anything from strengthening their approach to exam style questions to time management and revision technique. 2. Plan - from here, your tutor can give a realistic amount of tutorials that it might take for your teen to hit their goals. 3. Put into action - time to think about the practical parts of tutoring, such as your budget and your availability. Finding a good balance between these areas will help you feel comfortable with your teen’s tutoring. Top tip: only one tutorial a week can really help your teen’s progress and boost their confidence. Want to learn more? Book a free video meeting with one of our English A level tutors and see if they're the right fit. You can meet as many as you like until you've found the perfect match.

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