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Morgan P.

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Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

536 lessons

Morgan P.

Super tutor

Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

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Isabelle Cristiana P.

SOAS University of London - International Relations and Development Studies (Bachelors)

Hello! I’m Isabelle, a graduate of International Relations and Development Studies at SOAS. I have 2 years tutoring GCSE Spanish and English to all levels.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

18 reviews

147 lessons

Isabelle Cristiana P.

SOAS University of London - International Relations and Development Studies (Bachelors)

Hello! I’m Isabelle, a graduate of International Relations and Development Studies at SOAS. I have 2 years tutoring GCSE Spanish and English to all levels.

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Caitlin S.

Queen's, Belfast - Film Studies and Production (Bachelors)

After graduating with a First in Film Studies and Production (BA Hons), I hope to provide friendly and engaging lessons for all ages and abilities!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

41 reviews

446 lessons

Caitlin S.

Queen's, Belfast - Film Studies and Production (Bachelors)

After graduating with a First in Film Studies and Production (BA Hons), I hope to provide friendly and engaging lessons for all ages and abilities!

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David B.

Kent - Film (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

77 lessons

David B.

Kent - Film (Bachelors)

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Dante P.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Doctorate)

Swamped in essays? Expanding your horizons with English, media, or creative writing? I’m here to help!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

149 reviews

1384 lessons

Dante P.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Doctorate)

Swamped in essays? Expanding your horizons with English, media, or creative writing? I’m here to help!

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Joshua B.

Super tutor

Huddersfield - Business and Human Resources (Bachelors)

Business Degree Graduate - Explainer of all things complicated (simply) - Especially Business, Maths and Media

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

24 reviews

551 lessons

Joshua B.

Super tutor

Huddersfield - Business and Human Resources (Bachelors)

Business Degree Graduate - Explainer of all things complicated (simply) - Especially Business, Maths and Media

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How much does a Media Studies A level tutor cost? Our Media Studies A level tutors deliver top quality tutoring from only £22/hr. Bookings are fully flexible with no contracts or added fees, so you can find tutoring that works for you and your wallet. Phew! How many hours of tutoring is needed for Media Studies A level? Finding the right tutoring plan for your teen typically involves 3 key areas: your teen’s current skills, what they’d like to develop, and how to get there. Our Media Studies A level tutors are on hand to help them get there, so let’s dive into what a usual tutor plan would look like: 1. Assessment - your teen can talk about any aspects of Media Studies they’d like to improve. Their tutor can do a quick assessment of which gaps they’ll need to fill. 2. Timescale - after this, their tutor will be able to share a tailored plan for how much tutoring they’ll need to reach their goals. 3. Plan - do these tutorials fit your family’s working schedule and budget? When would your teen be able to have tutorials? Let your tutor know about your availability ahead of time so they can put together a consistent schedule for you. What jobs can you get with a Media Studies A level? Taking Media Studies at A level is a great way to build transferable skills, such as communication and creativity. These could lead to more roles than your teen knows, opening the door to careers in broadcasting, legal aid and more. Encourage your teen to keep searching if they don’t find what they’re looking for right away. Here’s a few roles to help get their search started: - Media Producer - Risk Manager - Sales Manager - Broadcaster - Merchandiser - Trade Show Representative - Speechwriter - Non-profit Administrator - Paralegal - Tourism Consultant Looking for more info? Book a free video meeting directly with one of our Media Studies A level tutors and see how they can support your teen’s studies.

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