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GCSE and A-level Tutoring

With all secondary schools in the UK closed due to Covid-19, most schools have been offering an online learning solution. However, this type of learning cannot compare to direct classroom tuition with one-to-one help from a teacher. GCSE and A-level exams were cancelled for this academic year, with a grade being awarded to students without having to take any examinations. Next years’ exams, however, are still due to go ahead. Due to Covid-19, students have missed approximately one third of the school year. For students in years 10 and 12 with exams coming up in 2021, this is a huge…

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What is Academic Mentoring?

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“A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.” — Bob Proctor If you have already done research into how to improve your academic skills and reach your full potential, you have probably heard of Academic Mentoring Services. If not, or if you feel like you still need more details, please read below.   What does Academic Mentoring mean? Mentoring in general means that a person who has more knowledge than another person helps them in the form of training or advice. Academic Mentoring means that…

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Top 10 Tips: how to improve your English

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Sophie is from Germany and has been studying English for many years. She has recently achieved an 8.5 in her academic IELTS exam! Below you will find her top 10 tips on how to improve your English – they have worked for her so hopefully they will work for you too.   1: Switch to English for everything. Switch all the movies you watch to English, switch your phone and PC to English, read books and newspapers in English. It’s the easiest way to passively learn the language.   2: Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Everyone must start somewhere…

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5 Reasons to Book a GCSE, A-Level or School / University Tutor

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” This quote from Albert Einstein perfectly sums up school life – we cannot be the best at every subject in school; you may have a real talent for Maths but struggle with English, you may find Economics exams really easy but have no idea where to start when revising for Biology exams. We all struggle sometimes in school and in life and it is not a bad thing to ask for help…

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