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Lorette B.

Super tutor

Durham - English Literature and Philosophy (Bachelors)

I have tutored for just over 3 years in English Language and Literature (GCSE and A-Level), French (KS2/3, GCSE, A-Level) and Religious Studies (KS2/3 - GCSE).

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

148 reviews

1053 lessons

Lorette B.

Super tutor

Durham - English Literature and Philosophy (Bachelors)

I have tutored for just over 3 years in English Language and Literature (GCSE and A-Level), French (KS2/3, GCSE, A-Level) and Religious Studies (KS2/3 - GCSE).

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Josh G.

Durham - Twentieth and Twenty First Literary Studies (Masters)

Durham literature and philosophy graduate, educated in religious studies, drama, and (of course!) english.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

54 reviews

434 lessons

Josh G.

Durham - Twentieth and Twenty First Literary Studies (Masters)

Durham literature and philosophy graduate, educated in religious studies, drama, and (of course!) english.

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Sophia A.

Leeds - Medicine and Surgery (Bachelors)

Hi, I am Sophia, a 4th year medical student. With year's of experience I am eager to help students with their learning needs!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

47 lessons

Sophia A.

Leeds - Medicine and Surgery (Bachelors)

Hi, I am Sophia, a 4th year medical student. With year's of experience I am eager to help students with their learning needs!

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Frances B.

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Bath Spa University - Secondary English Teach First (Other)

I'm a passionate Secondary School English teacher, who aims to help students to achieve the best that they can!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

23 reviews

1522 lessons

Frances B.

Super tutor

Bath Spa University - Secondary English Teach First (Other)

I'm a passionate Secondary School English teacher, who aims to help students to achieve the best that they can!

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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

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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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Timothy A.

Queen's, Belfast - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Timothy. I am currently a medical student and I recently completed my A-Levels in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and RE, in which I got 4A*s. I feel what makes me stand out from the rest is that I know the pr...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

28 reviews

244 lessons

Timothy A.

Queen's, Belfast - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Timothy. I am currently a medical student and I recently completed my A-Levels in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and RE, in which I got 4A*s. I feel what makes me stand out from the rest is that I know the pr...

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How much does a Philosophy and Ethics tutor cost? We’ve made Philosophy and Ethics tutoring open to all with prices starting from just £22/hr. No minimum contracts, no added fees. What can you do with a qualification in Philosophy and Ethics? Studying Philosophy and Ethics will fine tune your teen’s understanding of society and build the skills they’ll need to tackle a variety of interesting career opportunities. Their options range across politics, business and the arts, so your teen won’t be hard pressed to find a path that suits them. So how does your teen narrow down their search for a career related to this subject? It can be valuable to search for some roles online to help your teen start conversations down the line, whether that’s with their careers advisor or a dedicated tutor. These are some of the top roles pursued by Philosophy and Ethics students: - Media Correspondent - Politician - Freelance Writer - Museum Curator - Child Welfare Advocate - Community Centre Director - Non-Profit Organisation Director - Diplomat - Entrepreneur - Foreign Service Worker How many hours of tutoring is needed for Philosophy and Ethics? A Philosophy and Ethics tutoring schedule is typically made up of 3 key things: your teen’s goals, where they’re starting from and what they need to close the gap. Let’s take a look at a usual Philosophy and Ethics tutoring plan: 1. Assessment - your teen’s first tutorial is a good opportunity for them to share their aims with their tutor. They can then do an assessment to see what gaps they need to fill to help your teen reach their goals. 2. Timescale - using this assessment, your tutor can give a number of tutorials that your teen will need. 3. Plan - check in with your family and make sure this tutoring schedule fits with your day-to-day, such as budget and availability. Want to try online tutoring? Book a free video meeting today to chat directly with one of our Philosophy and Ethics tutors.

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