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Harry

Harry

Cambridge
French, Philosophy / Critical Thinking
Bachelors: Philosophy and French (2015)
(mind-body dualism and free will), ethics, Descartes' 'Meditations', non-physicalist philosophies of mind and scepticism. He also taught some propositional and predicate logic (which ordinarily you only learn in the first year of a philosophy undergraduate course) and the Liar and Sorites paradoxes (which ordinarily are only taught in the second or third years in certain difficult modules of some philosophy undergraduate courses). These sessions were gratefully received and Harry proved to be a patient, thorough...
Gabriel

Gabriel

Cambridge
Maths, English, History, Government and Politics, Entrance Exams, Philosophy / Critical Thinking
Doctorate: History (2014)
including some of the country's most competitive schools, such as Eton College, St Mary's School Ascot, Marlborough College and Benenden School. I have tutored students aged from 9 to 19, helping them succeed with their A-levels, GCSEs, Common Entrance, Oxbridge applications and undergraduate degrees. I tutored with one of London's most prestigious agencies before taking on private clients, and my past students have gone on to leading schools and universities. I offer a friendly and...
Mano

Mano

Cambridge
English, History, Philosophy / Critical Thinking
School: A Level Chemistry (2014)
to A-level. I also taught at and ran both a KS3 and a GCSE English "clinic". This involved both one-on-one teaching as well as assisting groups of up to 10 with class activities. I think it is important to find the balance between teaching the subject and teaching for the examination. I feel that having read a broadly in philosophy, I have a good general overview of the topics studied for examinations but I also...
Jonathan

Jonathan

Cambridge
English, Drama, English (Foreign Language), Philosophy / Critical Thinking, Study Skills
Masters: pending (2018)
to write their NEAs on modernist literature. My approach to tutoring is to adapt to the requirements of the individual, and hence differs from student to student. In my one-to-one sessions, I therefore work with my students to develop an individual, structured course of study, working with their syllabus to tailor the sessions to individual needs. This shall include discussing primary texts in close detail, tutoring on the historical context of texts, and working on...
Nataliia

Nataliia

Cambridge
French, Craft and Design, Russian, Philosophy / Critical Thinking, History Of Art
Masters: Arts, Languages and Literature (French) (2015)
develop your drawing/painting skills, as well as to help you study the Art history. For the past ten years I have studied and taught the French and the Russian languages at an advanced level. For four of those years I was studying and working in France. During this period, I have been tutoring the Russian Language for students in France and have been giving Drawing lessons (introducing students to different art techniques according to their...
Henry

Henry

Cambridge
Maths, Religious Studies, Entrance Exams, Philosophy / Critical Thinking
Bachelors: Theology & Religious Studies (2017)
and GCSE's, holding 3A*s and one A in the former, and 10A*s in the latter. I have worked as a tutor for several years, teaching a range of subjects to various different levels. I believe that for many pupils it is much more important to have a tutor that is young to avoid obvious age disparities between teachers and pupils. Younger tutors are also able to offer more personal advice as they have sat many...

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