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Helen
am a highly experienced College Lecturer of 20+ years and Trainer in the Commercial sector-designing and delivering bespoke staff training courses to improve communication skills. Very passionate and enthusiastic about my subjects, I enjoy the challenge of helping students achieve their potential. I have worked at West Herts College (11yrs) and Amersham & Wycombe College (6yrs). Subjects taught include: Adult Access to HE, Language, Literature, Study Skills, Writing for Academic Purposes, Presentational skills. Levels range...
Stuart
teaching career. While working within the NHS I was also the Physiotherapist to the England Women's football team for three years. This was a unique and memorable experience and I was immensely proud to represent my country, working with such talented individuals both at home and during tours of countries including France, Denmark, Italy, Iceland, Bulgaria, and the Soviet Union. I am an internationally published author, having written and edited eight textbooks which have been...
Julian

Julian

PGCE: Doctor of Philosophy, American Campaign Finance Regulation (FEC), PGCE FAHE (2003)
was very satisfying for me & the student concerned as he was able to go on & take a degree in Law, something he wouldn't have been able to do otherwise. Currently, I am tutoring students in Sociology and Politics across AQA, Edexcel and OCR Boards. I specialise in supporting University students with essays (editing/improving) and with dissertations and exam prep. More University students at under-graduate and post-graduate levels are coming to me for support...
Andrew

Andrew

Bachelors: First Class Honours (87% average, highest in LSE) (2016)
neuroscience shows that rereading notes is the least effective way to revise, and drawing is 9.5x more effective than rewriting for retention. The list of these counter-intuitive insights goes on, but our schools plod on as if science doesn't exist. I want to empower all of my students with the techniques needed to learn most effectively. I want to inspire inside them a veritable passion for their subject. And, most importantly, I want them to...
Armand

Armand

Bachelors: Bachelor of Laws with Honours First Class (2012)
following areas: Land Law; Equity and Trust; Public Law; Legal System and Method; Tort Law; Contract Law; Criminal Law; European Law and Intellectual Property Law. He has also assisted many students overcome examination nerves and achieve desired results by teaching examination techniques, problems solving and essay writing. Armand has been lecturing law for more than 4 years and has helped many undergraduates and postgraduates achieve their potential and higher grades. Unfortunately I will not take...
Kevin

Kevin

Doctorate: Chemistry (2004)
I got a 1st class Honours degree in Chemistry and a PhD in Organic Chemistry. I also did a Masters in Biomedical Science at Imperial College in London. Tutored at University during PhD for 3 years. Tutored A-Level and GCSE for 7 years. Worked in a top London school for 3 months. My approach is to be friendly and encouraging. I feel that it is important for the student to feel comfortable with the tutor...
Sheila
happy tutees and parents! As well as myself! 25 years lecturing experience in one college plus another 4 years at various establishments teaching subjects from standard grade/int 2 to HND/Higher levels. Experience of teaching under 16's as well as adult learners. Teaching in house at various business premises - team leading, confidence building, counselling skills. Promoted post in college offering guidance/counselling to students as well as interviewing potential students. Course writing and development/internal verification procedures...
Andy

Andy

Masters: MSc Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (2010)
strong empathetic bonds with students. Good tutoring is a combination of an in-depth knowledge of the subject and good communication, and I am someone who has both. Mostly importantly, I really enjoy tutoring. Whether you want a tutor in order to excel, or simply to get up to speed, then I will be able to help you to not only learn, but also to enjoy the subject. I have tutored full-time since completing my Master's...
Angela
in different ways and as a teacher it is my job to change how I teach if a child does not understand, there are no failing children, only failing teachers. I was a volunteer coach for St Helen's Catholic Primary School for five years, I was A karate sensei for three years and I have taught at South Essex College in FE for three years. During this time I have taught Sport and Exercise Science...
Romaric
of this. I personally find it an achievement to see a student making progress with their learning or watching as the light bulb goes on with new understanding. I began working with young people in the capacity of a youth worker. I progressed from this to study a PGCE at the University of Leeds, and after this training I went on to teach Science at a private school near to where I live. I have...

Stress and anxiety often effect those studying for any upcoming assessments, whether this be the eleven plus or first block of undergraduate exams. Should you be in such a situation, it is possible you could find the services of a home private study skills tutor helpful. Part of exam panic can come from the fact that most schools do not have the time or staff to supply any tutoring for study skills, therefore when the time comes to prepare for exams we often feel equally worried about the process of revising as the exams themselves, all because we have had no former introduction to study skills. In this instance a study skills tutor can supply support with directing your study and teaching you the skills and methods of studying successfully. Tutees at any level can benefit from private study skills tuition.

One-to-one Study Skills tutorials from an experienced study skills tutor really can make a difference not just for upcoming GCSEs, A-Levels, or similar exams, but for any future projects that require similarly thorough preparation. Markers often look for both evidence of knowledge and proof that you are able to compose a well well-structured and concise essay to demonstrate your argument, or that you can write out the appropriate equation to lead you to your answer. Your Study Skills tutor will help you both devise a plan of action for dealing with common exam questions in addition to providing you with advice for the most effective way to study. With the help of your home study skills tutor you will gain the study skills that will both allow you to fully comprehend your subjects and ace your exams. Feel free to browse our tutor profiles to find a study skills tutor local to you and who offers the most compatible style of private study skills tutoring. First Tutors give each of our tutors space to introduce themselves and describe their method of tuition and we also publish feedback left for our tutors to help you select the best study skills tutor available.

First Tutors is the only place to find the best home Study Skills teacher for your requirements, their rates and distance from you. Study Skills can be a difficult subject, and a Study Skills teacher can really help your learning!

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