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Sarah L.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A second-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

58 reviews

544 lessons

Sarah L.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A second-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

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Chloe K.

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Huddersfield - Geography (Bachelors)

First year undergraduate in Geography! Friendly and will always look to help in whatever way I can!

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

68 reviews

504 lessons

Chloe K.

Super tutor

Huddersfield - Geography (Bachelors)

First year undergraduate in Geography! Friendly and will always look to help in whatever way I can!

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Adella M.

University of the Arts London - Film Practice (Bachelors)

Hi, I‘m Adella!I am currently studying Film Practice at University of the Arts London. My love of film originated from my love of English and particularly creative writing in school. Film and English have many similarities as they both stem from t...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

80 lessons

Adella M.

University of the Arts London - Film Practice (Bachelors)

Hi, I‘m Adella!I am currently studying Film Practice at University of the Arts London. My love of film originated from my love of English and particularly creative writing in school. Film and English have many similarities as they both stem from t...

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Rupert L.

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Nottingham - Computer Science with AI (Bachelors)

Communicating passion, patience, relevance, and accuracy from page one, whilst helping students in striving to get top grades as a qualified tutor.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

148 reviews

1007 lessons

Rupert L.

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Nottingham - Computer Science with AI (Bachelors)

Communicating passion, patience, relevance, and accuracy from page one, whilst helping students in striving to get top grades as a qualified tutor.

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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

26 reviews

338 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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Viraj S.

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

An aspiring engineer that is mature, helpful and considerate. I am especially passionate about STEM subjects.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

51 reviews

474 lessons

Viraj S.

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

An aspiring engineer that is mature, helpful and considerate. I am especially passionate about STEM subjects.

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How much does a Geography 13 Plus tutor cost? We want to make tutoring open to all. That’s why our Geography 13 Plus prices start from just £22/hr with no extra fees. Our tutorials are fully flexible, so you can book as many, or as few, as you need. How many hours of tutoring does my teen need for Geography 13 Plus? 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. First assessment - our tutors can use this time to see what your teen would like to cover, such as how the exam is structured, and what types of questions they should expect. Does your teen want some help with Thematic Studies? Do they have any questions around the Ordnance Survey Map Work section of the exam? Would they benefit from extra practice essays with feedback from their tutor? 2. Plan - once your tutor has a grasp on your teen’s goals and their current level of prep, they can create a timetable to map out how often they’ll need tutorials. 3. Action - now you’ve got some valuable insight into what your teen might need, it’s a good time to ask yourself some questions to make sure this plan works well for your family. Things like “does it work well with my schedule?” or “does this plan fit sustainably in my budget?” Answering these questions early on will help you feel confident with the road ahead. What jobs can I get with Geography 13 Plus? Studying Geography can help your teen to build the skills they need to thrive in their chosen career. From data evaluation to adaptability and teamwork, Geography graduates can use their skills across a wide range of government and environment sectors - so how does your teen choose which is best for them? Take a deep dive into some of the roles below for some ideas: - Facilities manager - Water conservation officer - Geographic information systems manager - Waste disposal officer - Land surveyor - Nature conservation officer - Transportation planner - Exploration geologist An easy way to support your teen in their search is encouraging them to think about which kinds of skills they’d like to expand on, then comparing these to the roles that are available. This initial research will give them a confident idea of what they’d like to discuss further with a tutor, careers advisor or family member working in a similar field and get them a big step closer to realising their goals. Want to find out how online tutoring can boost your child’s studies? Book a free video meeting with one of our Geography 13 Plus tutors today.

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