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Molly H.

Cambridge - MPhil Holocene Climates (Masters)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

62 lessons

Molly H.

Cambridge - MPhil Holocene Climates (Masters)

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Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

41 reviews

360 lessons

Thomas M.

Oxford University - History and French (Bachelors)

A flexible and friendly language and history student, passionate about learning and eager to share this with others!

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Syeda Hanniya K.

Cambridge - Architecture (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm an Architecture graduate from the University of Cambridge, enthusiastic about making lessons as fun and engaging as possible!

£47-£49

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

27 lessons

Syeda Hanniya K.

Cambridge - Architecture (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm an Architecture graduate from the University of Cambridge, enthusiastic about making lessons as fun and engaging as possible!

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Katie M.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MA (Hons) History and Politics with Year Abroad (Integrated Masters)

Friendly and enthusiastic graduate tutor; I believe with the right support any student can achieve A*s, and I would love to help you get there!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

212 reviews

1893 lessons

Katie M.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MA (Hons) History and Politics with Year Abroad (Integrated Masters)

Friendly and enthusiastic graduate tutor; I believe with the right support any student can achieve A*s, and I would love to help you get there!

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Natasha H.

Warwick - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Postgraduate Bar student at ICCA, aspiring to be a Criminal Barrister. I use a creative, engaging, focused approach to teaching, ensuring success.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

292 lessons

Natasha H.

Warwick - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Postgraduate Bar student at ICCA, aspiring to be a Criminal Barrister. I use a creative, engaging, focused approach to teaching, ensuring success.

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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

27 reviews

473 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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Deciding to apply for an Oxbridge university is a big step for your teen to take towards their goals. Whether they’re looking to top up the support from their school, or they’re starting to prepare on their own - our Oxbridge Preparation Mentoring tutors have them covered. Our tutors have all been through the application process for either university - bringing a whole host of experience with them to each tutorial with your teen. They know from experience how to nail personal statements and interviews, so we know your teen’s in good hands to get them over the finish line. How much is an Oxbridge Preparation Mentoring tutor? Online tutoring should be open to all - that’s what we believe. Because of this, our prices start from just £22/hr, with no extra costs. Tip! Use the search filter at the top of this page to whittle down your search and find exactly what you’re looking for. How many hours of tutoring is needed for Oxbridge Preparation? This will somewhat depend on your teen’s current stage of preparation and what they’d like to cover. Although our tutors will have a tried and tested plan to get your teen ready for their Oxbridge application, there are 3 easy steps you can take with your tutor to find out how your teen can reach their goals: 1. Assess - our tutors can take some time in their first tutorial with your teen. This could include reading through their personal statement and talking about any concerns they have about the process. 2. Plan - from here, your tutor can set a realistic timeframe for how often your teen will need tutorials. 3. Put into action - does this plan match your budget? Does it fit with your family’s schedule? But remember, just one tutorial a week can help your teen to prepare for their Oxbridge application. Regular feedback from your teen’s tutor will help them to understand what stage they’re at and when they’re ready - helping them to go into their interview feeling confident and prepared. How do I find an Oxbridge Preparation Mentoring tutor? There’s a few different ways to tell when you’ve hit the mark with your tutor search: - Academic background - do they have experience for the correct university your teen is applying for (Oxford/Cambridge)? - Personality fit - do they generally seem like a good fit for your teen personality-wise? Can they communicate in a way your teen will understand and find engaging? - Availability - can they give tutorials when you need them, e.g. weekends or holiday cover? Are they flexible if your schedule changes? Knowledgeable tutors are at your fingertips and we want to help you discover the perfect fit. Book a free video meeting today to chat with a tutor and see how they can help your teen smash their goals.

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