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Finding a private tutor can be a stressful process. You know it’s important to choose someone who is qualified, experienced, professional and police checked, but vetting candidates is difficult and time consuming.

So we’ve done the hard work for you.

We are a team of qualified teachers, university lecturers and academics who can offer you a one-to-one private tutoring service.

Our team includes Oxbridge graduates, tutors with Masters Degrees and PhDs, head of departments at independent schools, examiners for the main exam boards, and respected authors.  

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A tutor is only as good as the results they enable their students to achieve.

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Successful University Entrance
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Successful Independent School Entrance
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Oxbridge Entrance Test pass
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A* or A grade Cambridge (CAIE) Board
1 %
Level 6 or 7 International Baccalaureate
1 %
A* to B grade or level 7-9 for AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC

 

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