Applying to study Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science at University can be incredibly competitive. Chemistry tutor Carl sets out how best to showcase your relevant skills and experiences in your Personal Statement, and how to justify exactly why you want to study that particular course and why you should be offered a place.
Carl January, 2020
You do not have to compromise on inspirational teaching and learning when you teach online. Here are two ideas, one focused on reading skills and the other on writing, to make technology an asset and not an obstacle to learning English.
Isabel January, 2020
In this blog, Sobia - an experienced school entrance tutor - explains the Eton College admissions procedure for 13+ candidates, and provides a clear step-by-step guide of what to expect at the different stages.
Sobia January, 2020
When preparing students for the 9 Plus school entrance exams, you may find that there aren't a great number of resources out there (especially compared with the 7 or 8 Plus). This blog suggests a few resources which can be used by students as a starting point for 9 Plus preparation.
Mike January, 2020
So... you have chosen an article to base your economics internal assessment ("IA") on and are moving to the next step of planning your IA. This article sets out a seven-step process that you can use to make writing your IA that little bit easier.
In this blog Sobia explains the new GCSE 9-1 grading system and answers common questions around it. The new system will be rolled out in full by Summer 2020.
Sobia January, 2020
A love of reading is a key factor in becoming a successful reader. The more your child enjoys reading, the more motivated they will be to read frequently, and so the more advanced their reading skills will become. In this blog, Rosie sets out 10 tips to help children to see reading as a pleasure, rather than a chore.
Rosie January, 2020
“So how do I get a stable internet connection on the yacht?” says the student, “leave it to me, I know just what to do” says the super tutor.
As the private tutoring industry has grown over the past generation, so too have the tales of those lucky individuals that have profited most from this rise. From stories of famous tutors in South Korea and Japan earning one million dollars a year to tutors in London earning £1,500 an hour to prepare students for entry to the most competitive private schools, the tutoring industry, like any other, has its top earners.
Lawrence December, 2019