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Emily Sheila C.

Exeter - MPhil History (Masters)

Pre-booking for Summer School & Catchup Courses now open! Preparation courses running from June till September for KS2-University Level students available.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

468 lessons

Emily Sheila C.

Exeter - MPhil History (Masters)

Pre-booking for Summer School & Catchup Courses now open! Preparation courses running from June till September for KS2-University Level students available.

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Martha U.

Exeter College, Oxford - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

Friendly Oxford and UCL graduate in Ancient and Modern History. Hoping to inspire passion in knowledge and learning in as many students as I can!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

67 reviews

400 lessons

Martha U.

Exeter College, Oxford - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

Friendly Oxford and UCL graduate in Ancient and Modern History. Hoping to inspire passion in knowledge and learning in as many students as I can!

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Seren C.

LSE - MSc Empires Colonialism and Globalisation (Masters)

Hello! I'm Seren and I studied Msc International History at the LSE and BA History at Queen Mary, University of London.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

31 lessons

Seren C.

LSE - MSc Empires Colonialism and Globalisation (Masters)

Hello! I'm Seren and I studied Msc International History at the LSE and BA History at Queen Mary, University of London.

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Cerys W.

Super tutor

Cambridge - MPhil in Medieval History (Masters)

Friendly History student who is passionate about helping their students improve!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

65 reviews

591 lessons

Cerys W.

Super tutor

Cambridge - MPhil in Medieval History (Masters)

Friendly History student who is passionate about helping their students improve!

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Holly L.

Super tutor

Durham - Criminology (Masters)

I am a highly motivated, committed individual with an affinity for working with children - helping them to achieve their goals.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

151 reviews

612 lessons

Holly L.

Super tutor

Durham - Criminology (Masters)

I am a highly motivated, committed individual with an affinity for working with children - helping them to achieve their goals.

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Deirbhile M.

Trinity College Dublin - English Literature and History (Bachelors)

Kind, intuitive and understanding. No question is ever to much for me and with my help I promise that you will get the best results in a constructive manner.

£22-£27

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Deirbhile M.

Trinity College Dublin - English Literature and History (Bachelors)

Kind, intuitive and understanding. No question is ever to much for me and with my help I promise that you will get the best results in a constructive manner.

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How much does a History University tutor cost? Quality History University tutoring should be available to all, and cost is a big part of that. That’s why our tutors are selected from the UK’s top universities, offering excellent online tutoring from as little as £22/hr. Want to see how it goes, or just need a few tutorials? Book the right amount of tutoring for your teen with no minimum contract or added costs. Phew. Will a tutor make a difference to my teen’s History University studies? One-to-one tuition can have a lasting impact on your teen’s confidence as well as their History University grade. We believe our students’ academic self-esteem is just as important as the qualifications they leave with. There might be a few areas that your teen could benefit from support. Our tutors can help to: - Be a mentor - a real benefit of one-to-one History University tutoring is having a role model who understands what your teen is going through. Because our tutors are at UK universities, they sat their own school exams in the last few years and easily relate to what teens are going through. - Track progress - record how your teen is progressing in tutorials and feedback to them/ yourselves. This will help your teen to understand how they’re going to reach their goals and keep them on track. - Prepare for exams - our tutors can share their experience and insider knowledge on how to approach History exams, giving your teen the extra skills they need to achieve success. This could be anything from creating a targeted revision plan, to interpreting questions and structuring arguments. - Boost subject knowledge - revisiting specific topics, research and essay writing skills can help your teen bridge the gaps in their knowledge. How to find the right HIstory University tutor? Exploring your options and discovering the right History University tutor might feel tricky, but we know how to make it happen. So how can you know when you’ve found what your teen needs? Ask your teen what they’re looking for in a tutor, what they’d like to achieve and the skills they want to develop - pinpointing the type of tutor you’re looking for will help you to know when you’ve found the right match. A few things to bear in mind when searching for a tutor: - Availability - does your schedule match with theirs? Can they provide tutorials when you need them, or are they flexible? - 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 to achieve top results? Ready to go? Book a free video meeting with one, or a few, of our tutors and we’ll get your teen well on their way to smashing their History degree.

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