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Scotland Study Skills Tutors & Scotland Study Skills Tuition

With First Tutors you can find a local study skills tutor in the Scotland region and across the UK. Home study skills tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence as well as increasing grades and doesn't have to be dull! Please use our service to search for local study skills teachers near you in the Scotland region and select which best meets your requirements.

Meet some of our Scotland Study Skills Tutors

Sheila

Sheila

Masters: MEd (lifelong learning) (2002)
I also help the student to focus and prepare for the final exam. Project planning and time management techniques are taught while considering other subjects also being studied. Each tutee is supported depending on their individual needs. Some require help with confidence building and stress related issues. Others are quite confident within themselves but need more help to cope in the exam room on the day. I believe that knowledge and learning must also be...
Tanya

Tanya

Callander
Psychology, Study Skills
Masters: Master of Science by Research (2017)
support students with their work-load and reaching manageable goals. I enjoy teaching. We will form a collaborative relationship and work together in order to reach individual goals. We will regularly review how our work is going and I may suggest to work alongside goals set by school teachers, or your lecturers/tutors, in order to ensure you reach target grades. Do contact me for availability. I prefer to offer online tuition (Skype, Zoom or Email). I...
John
of Art, and as a widening participation tutor in schools across Glasgow as part of Glasgow University's widening participation programme. I also work with young children for the Children's Wood Charity - for which I am a trustee. I have privately tutored for several years. I tailor each set of sessions to the individual needs of the tutee, and I provide extensive written and verbal feedback on students' work. I am a clear communicator with...
Ellis
not achieve in school/college because they cannot absorb classroom information simply because the method of presentation doesn't suit their personal style. Frequently, students suffer from overload, poor organisation or simply can't differentiate between the vital and the trivial when bombarded with work. Some visual learners need assistance in creating revision styles while some students who listen well yet can't record information coherently require help in assembling facts/figures from what they hear. In general, I have...
Jenny

Jenny

Masters: MA (Hons) Psychology: First Class (1998)
I also appreciate the various difficulties students can face and I am happy to adapt my style to suit your individual needs. In essence, my aim is to help you achieve your full academic potential. That said, if studying isn't your thing at all and you simply want to stem the stats tears or get some guidance while jumping through a few academic hoops, I can help there too. Sessions can include, but are not...
have also homeschooled children. I cover all levels from age 6 to adult, including reading, writing, spelling, grammar, comprehension, close reading, literary criticism, textual analysis and evaluation, creative writing, study skills, reasoning and exam technique. I tailor my tuition to the needs of the individual. I focus on encouragement and developing areas of strength as well as addressing areas where improvement is needed. I aim to engage learners actively so that the learning process is...
Bernadette

Bernadette

PGCE: Post Graduate Certificate in Primary Teaching (2013)
recently successfully completed 2 units of a Professional Development course in supporting individuals with Dyslexia in May 2016. As a tutor I assess, then address the child's individual needs. Discuss a planned approach with parents/carers to achieve a common goal, then tackle whatever learning 'hurdle' the pupil is experiencing, in order to boost their confidence and self esteem. I believe in a fun, active and lively approach to lessons. I vary approaches to lessons depending...
Allan

Allan

PGCE: PDGE Secondary Education (Biology and Science) (2013)
I have extensive teaching experience at National 4, National 5, Higher Biology and Advanced Higher Biology levels. I am a qualified biology teacher and have 5 years experience of teaching Biology at all levels. tutoring should always be student led and this is the philosophy I employ. I am very flexible but have found that going over an area of the course, explaining the difficult areas and combining this with examination style questions is very...
Fatemeh

Fatemeh

Bachelors: First Class in Neuroscience (2018)
applied the techniques that have been essential in my own studies at school and University. Sessions will be structured with particular focus on gaining a solid understanding of basic concepts, followed by in depth revision of material, and developing confidence by answering questions on each separate topic once it is learnt. This will of course be alongside patience, the utmost belief that any child is able to achieve the highest mark or best outcome in...
Tim

Tim

Masters: Alcohol and Drugs Studies (2011)
and the coursework requirements. A common strategy is to start the course work as early as possible and secure the best grades achievable as this allows for leverage should the exam be difficult. This entails unpicking and understanding the question being asked. From my years of experience students tend to do better at course work and less well within the limited time constraints of an exam environment. With my special needs students I synchronize with...

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First Tutors is the best place to find the most suitable home study skills tutor for your needs in the Scotland region, whether you are cramming for exams, looking to supplement your university education or furthering your professional or adult education. Our unique search will locate local study skills teachers from the Scotland region in your area according to their study skills lesson charges and proximity to you. Before reaching an arrangement with a home Scotland study skills tutor, you can ask questions through our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact information. For those studying for study skills exams, we can help with SATs, GCSEs, A-Levels, Highers and entrance exams such as the eleven plus (11+) all over the Scotland area.

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