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Sullivan R.

Liverpool - History (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Sully, a university History student with an engaging lesson approach designed to not just help students but keep them interested in what they are learning. Hoping to help students reach the next steps in their school careers as others ...

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

114 lessons

Sullivan R.

Liverpool - History (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm Sully, a university History student with an engaging lesson approach designed to not just help students but keep them interested in what they are learning. Hoping to help students reach the next steps in their school careers as others ...

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Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’m at university, I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you, knowing there is not one foolproof approach.

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

304 lessons

Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’m at university, I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you, knowing there is not one foolproof approach.

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Hannah E.

Super tutor

Birmingham - BA Modern Languages and Music (Bachelors)

A passionate and enthusiastic French and Spanish tutor with 7 years experience! I love helping others and can’t wait to help you reach your academic goals!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

77 reviews

518 lessons

Hannah E.

Super tutor

Birmingham - BA Modern Languages and Music (Bachelors)

A passionate and enthusiastic French and Spanish tutor with 7 years experience! I love helping others and can’t wait to help you reach your academic goals!

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Claire S.

Responds quickly

Edinburgh - Sociology and Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm Claire and I am an enthusiastic graduate student who has a passion for teaching young people. I love helping students realise their full potential!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

83 reviews

499 lessons

Claire S.

Responds quickly

Edinburgh - Sociology and Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm Claire and I am an enthusiastic graduate student who has a passion for teaching young people. I love helping students realise their full potential!

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Rachael B.

Super tutor

Exeter - English Literature (Other)

Enthusiastic and meticulous English tutor with a First Class Honours from the University of Exeter

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

146 reviews

1558 lessons

Rachael B.

Super tutor

Exeter - English Literature (Other)

Enthusiastic and meticulous English tutor with a First Class Honours from the University of Exeter

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Rosie W.

Super tutor

Durham - Music (Bachelors)

Durham University Graduate. Great passion for Music, Maths and Psychology. Patient and dedicated teacher.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

27 reviews

676 lessons

Rosie W.

Super tutor

Durham - Music (Bachelors)

Durham University Graduate. Great passion for Music, Maths and Psychology. Patient and dedicated teacher.

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Need help with GCSE Music?

How much does a Music GCSE tutor cost? Our Music GCSE tutors deliver top quality tutoring from just £22/hr. Head over to any of our tutor’s profiles for their exact pricing, and remember there’s no added fees. What jobs can you get with Music GCSE? A musical career can mean something different to each student, from special effects for big films to working in media at a local radio station - you might never be able to predict where this artistic discipline will take you. To help your teen make a start on their path, it can really help to research some popular roles and see which areas interest them the most. This can be from talking to people working in a similar field, to doing some online research for job descriptions. A few places for your teen to start their search are: - Music therapist - Community arts worker - Theatre stage manager - Sound technician, broadcasting/film/video - Special effects technician - Arts administrator - Music producer - Sound engineer/designer - Choreographer - Radio producer How to find a Music GCSE tutor for your teen Finding the right Music GCSE tutor can be a great way to help your teen to achieve their goals. We know what it takes to find the right fit, so let’s dive straight in. These are the 3 key areas to think about during your search for a Music GCSE tutor that’s right for you and your teen: 1. Availability - can they be flexible and fit around your working schedule? Can they give Music tutorials as often as you need them? 2. Personality match - what are they like? Does your teen seem to get on well with them and want to learn from them? 3. Academic fit - can they offer what you’re looking for, in terms of subject knowledge and experience? You can use these prompts to ask questions to any tutors you decide to interview. Once you get the answers you’re looking for, you can be confident that you’ve found a great match for your teen. Sounds like a plan? Book a free video meeting with one of our Music GCSE tutors today.

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