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Amelia C.

Cambridge - BA in Music (Bachelors)

First class graduate of the University of Cambridge. A friendly, experienced tutor who loves helping their students become confident, independent learners.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

26 reviews

313 lessons

Amelia C.

Cambridge - BA in Music (Bachelors)

First class graduate of the University of Cambridge. A friendly, experienced tutor who loves helping their students become confident, independent learners.

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Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’ve just finished university. I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

43 reviews

392 lessons

Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’ve just finished university. I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you.

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Sarah N.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

York - Music (Bachelors)

Graduate with four years of experience hoping to encourage students to love their subjects, and achieve their potential.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

76 reviews

1260 lessons

Sarah N.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

York - Music (Bachelors)

Graduate with four years of experience hoping to encourage students to love their subjects, and achieve their potential.

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Oren V.

Southampton - Masters in Music - Composition (Masters)

Passionate, enthusiastic and communicative masters graduate. An innate ability to be attentive and bring the best out of all students.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

38 reviews

346 lessons

Oren V.

Southampton - Masters in Music - Composition (Masters)

Passionate, enthusiastic and communicative masters graduate. An innate ability to be attentive and bring the best out of all students.

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India S.

Super tutor

Surrey - BA Actor Musician (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm India Rose and I'm a Maths tutor who loves to inspire students through fun and engaging tutoring sessions.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

70 reviews

1461 lessons

India S.

Super tutor

Surrey - BA Actor Musician (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm India Rose and I'm a Maths tutor who loves to inspire students through fun and engaging tutoring sessions.

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Kathy C.

Responds quickly

Manchester - MusB (Bachelors)

🎶 Passionate Music Educator | Expert Tutoring | GCSE, A Level, Theory, Piano, Saxophone 🎶

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

306 lessons

Kathy C.

Responds quickly

Manchester - MusB (Bachelors)

🎶 Passionate Music Educator | Expert Tutoring | GCSE, A Level, Theory, Piano, Saxophone 🎶

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All our Music tutors are subject experts with a track record for helping students reach their target grades. Our excellent one-to-one online Music tutors cover all of the exam boards and have helped pupils reach their grades for GCSE, A level, IB and even university. When classes move too quickly, a weekly one-to-one lesson with a Music tutor can make all the difference. Find an online Music tutor today to help you understand topics, boost your confidence and ace your exams. How much does a Music tutor cost per hour? Quality tuition shouldn’t cost the earth. That’s why our prices start from just £22/hr with no extra fees. Our tutorials are also fully flexible - so you can book as many, or as few, as you need. Are online Music tutors good? Improving your Music skills is a lot easier with a helping hand. Whether you want to pursue a passion, or fine tune your skills before applying to a top Music school - our tutors are here to get you to the next level. There might be a few areas that you could benefit from support. Our tutors can help to: 1. Grow your skill set - revisit areas you want to improve and fill in any gaps. 2. Track progress - record how you’re progressing in tutorials and give feedback to help you understand how you’re getting on. This will help you bridge the gap between you and your goals and keep you on track for success. 3. Prepare for exams - our tutors have aced their exams and they know exactly how they did it. Sharing this experience will give you extra skills, making sure you’re feeling confident and prepared. 4. Having a role model - a huge benefit of one-to-one tutoring is having someone to speak to outside of school to share their concerns with, who understands the challenges they’re facing on a near-peer level. Sometimes it’s about being more of a mentor than a teacher. As the saying goes, “you can’t be it if you can’t see it.” Top tip! To get the most out of tutoring, be sure to ask your tutor for an assessment when you start tutorials - this will help you understand your current level and how to improve. From there, you can work together to create a clear pathway to your goals and keep you motivated right through to exam day. Feeling ready? Book a free video meeting with one of our tutors today and discover your future with online tuition.

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