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Gresa P.

University College London - Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

103 lessons

Gresa P.

University College London - Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

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Aine M.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Shakespeare (Doctorate)

PhD student who is passionate about English and excited to share that love with students whilst also helping them achieve top grades.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

188 reviews

1562 lessons

Aine M.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Shakespeare (Doctorate)

PhD student who is passionate about English and excited to share that love with students whilst also helping them achieve top grades.

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Amy F.

Manchester - History and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Amy and I have recently graduated from the University of Manchester with an honours degree in History and Spanish.

£22-£27

/hr

Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

72 lessons

Amy F.

Manchester - History and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Amy and I have recently graduated from the University of Manchester with an honours degree in History and Spanish.

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Precious R.

SOAS University of London - BA Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

I am a lover of the study of Politics and History. I have always been interested in understanding the various institutions and frameworks our society operates u

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

46 reviews

419 lessons

Precious R.

SOAS University of London - BA Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

I am a lover of the study of Politics and History. I have always been interested in understanding the various institutions and frameworks our society operates u

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Sasha J.

Warwick - English Literature and Theatre (Bachelors)

Hi there! My name is Sasha and I am currently studying English Literature and Theatre at university. I love studying this at higher education and am very passio

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

7 reviews

85 lessons

Sasha J.

Warwick - English Literature and Theatre (Bachelors)

Hi there! My name is Sasha and I am currently studying English Literature and Theatre at university. I love studying this at higher education and am very passio

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Nafeesath M.

Super tutor

Manchester - MBChB Medicine (Bachelors)

A Medical Student with a passion to drive students to attain their best, and work towards their future

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

172 reviews

2050 lessons

Nafeesath M.

Super tutor

Manchester - MBChB Medicine (Bachelors)

A Medical Student with a passion to drive students to attain their best, and work towards their future

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We’ve gathered some of the UK’s best History GCSE tutors to deliver top quality tutoring. So whether they need help brushing up on their topic knowledge, boosting confidence for their exams or putting together a targeted revision plan - we’re confident our tutors can help your teen to achieve their goals. How much does a GCSE History tutor cost? GCSE History tuition might be closer than you think. Our prices start from just £22/hr. This will vary depending on the tutor’s experience and how many tutorials they’ve completed. For an exact price, just head over to your tutor’s profile. Handy tip: use the pricing filter at the top of this page to narrow down our wide range of GCSE History tutors and discover the right one for you. How can I find a GCSE History tutor? Figuring out when you’ve found a good fit is all about knowing what you need. We’ve gathered our best advice for narrowing down your tutoring needs, so you can feel confident with your decision. Let’s take a look at the areas you can cover in tutor interviews, and talk about with your teen ahead of time: - Teaching style - can they deliver tutorials in an engaging way that your teen will remember? What’s their communication style like, does your teen find them interesting and easy to work with? - 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 when they need to? Do you think your teen gets on well with this tutor? Can they explain the material in different ways if your teen is finding it difficult? How many hours of tutoring is needed for GCSE History? Knowing how many History tutorials your teen needs comes down to a few different factors. These include your teen’s current working level, what they’d like to achieve and what their blockers are. Our tutors are on hand to help your teen find out how they can fill in the gaps and come up with a plan to make sure your teen smashes their targets. What a usual plan of action looks like when working with your tutor: 1. Assessment - our tutors can take some time in their first tutorial with your teen, to assess your teen’s goals and understand where the gaps are. 2. Plan - your tutor can now give a realistic plan for how many tutorials your teen might need to hit their targets. 3. Put into action - take this opportunity to use the information you have from your tutor. Make sure to think about how this plan will fit into your family life, such as does this plan match your budget? Does it fit with your schedule? The practical parts of key and will help you to feel comfortable with your teen’s tutoring schedule. Pro tip! Just one tutorial a week can have a lasting impact on your teen’s confidence and subject knowledge. Feeling good? Book a free video meeting with one (or a few) of our GCSE History tutors to discover what your teen can achieve with online tutoring.

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