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Casual Learner Psychology Tutors & Casual Learner Psychology Tuition

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Madeleine

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) Psychology with Sociology (1998)
experience has helped 95% of my students achieve grades A* - B. It is essential to answer exam questions precisely to avoid losing marks and therefore I teach my students exam technique and show them how to answer questions in order to meet specific exam board requirements which is why all my students improve, and most by several grades. Many students have commented on my ability to simply explain complex information they had not previously...
great believer in allowing students to get involved in their learning rather than just sitting listening; I am also a current Team Leader for Psychology and assess the quality of marking for GCSE and AS/A2 level exams, as well as marking them myself, i therefore have excellent knowledge about exam questions, preparation and what the exam boards are looking for. I am fully up to date with the new specifications across all exam boards, and...
Matthew

Matthew

Bachelors: Bsc and A2 (2014)
Psychology. I am currently working as a full-time academic tutor, with an ambition of saving for a masters in behavioural economics at LSE. I have a passion for writing and literature of various forms, as well as a keen interest and understanding of Statistics and Astrophysics, which I have also studied at University. Outside of academic pursuits, I routinely engage in various team/individual sports, work on my own emerging business, have performed in front of...

Amelia

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Science (2011)
KS3 and KS4) and A level Psychology at a secondary school in West Sussex. I have completed enhancement courses in Physics and Chemistry and have a degree with a broad biological background. I am also currently completing a Masters certificate in Education. I feel very confident at teaching all 3 sciences up to GCSE level and Psychology at both GCSE and A-level. I have an abundance of learning resources to suit all learning styles and...
Andi

Andi

PGCE: PGCE (FE) (1995)
and enthusiasm to greatest effect. I believe it to be the most valuable work I have done to date, this is because our education system as it stands struggles to provide the education needed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary for further study. In addition to this, many students have a range of issues which impact on their studies, with which they need support: a one- to-one learning situation is really the...
Peter
also taught under graduate and year zero Psychology for a number of years. My results are excellent and 2 of my former students scored the best result in the Country. My time as a research psychologist means I have particular expertise in research methods and statistics and specialise in a no fear approach to teaching statistics. I also have extensive experience in training and supporting teachers to improve their teaching skills. I live in Appleton...
Victoria

Victoria

Bachelors: First. BSc Archaeology with Forensic Science (2013)
a career. I have now been tutoring students in a range of subjects, primarily maths and English, for the past seven years; guiding them through entrance exams, SATs and GCSE exams. I have extensive experience of working one to one with students of all abilities and ages and also those with learning and behavioural difficulties including dyslexia, dyscalculia and autism. I started tutoring whilst at university; working at a local high school with a class...
Suzanne

Suzanne

Doctorate: Clinical Psychopathology (2010)
independent school. I have also worked as an examiner for AQA and am therefore very familiar with what is required to do well in the exams. I have a degree in Developmental Psychology and a PhD in Clinical Psychopathology and I am a member of the British Psychological Society. I have extensive experience of enabling my students to achieve to the best of their ability, and am happy to spend as much time as a...
Taaha

Taaha

Bachelors: Medicine (MBChB) (2018)
a hard worker with experience in many areas of education and life, I feel I can provide invaluable help to students to improve grades and applications, ultimately leading to a brighter future! I understand how hard education can be at times and know this first hand as I am still studying myself. This means I can relate to students better and know your everyday struggles. I am familiar with all exam boards including, AQA, OCR,...
David
the University of Leicester. My research spans philosophy, political theory, sociology and psychology and has been presented at numerous academic conferences and in academic publications. I am passionate about sound thinking and developing knowledge in myself and others. I have enjoyed working with students of all abilities, as a private tutor, in academia and as a full time mentor with students of all ages. I have taught Masters level students at my university, worked for...

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