Finnian is one of our most experienced ‘private school entrance’ tutors. He is a highly skilled and knowledgeable English and mathematics teacher, with almost two decades in the classroom and nine years tutoring.
7 hours available per week
Kelly qualified as a teacher in 2006 after graduating from the Institute of Education in London. She joined a London Independent school and taught across the key stages from ages 3-13.
20 hours available per week
Tom studied Physics at Imperial College, graduating in 2003 and going on to work as a Project Manager at Defra. In 2006 he took a job tutoring in order to better utilise the knowledge gained from his degree, and quickly found that he was enjoying this far more than his day job.
10 hours available per week
Jay is a qualified Solicitor that re-trained to become a Teacher. He is now Head of Maths at a London prep school and has over 10 years experience of successfully helping students to secure top grades at 11+, pre-test, Common Entrance and Scholarship.
40 hours available per week
Phil studied Environmental Science at the University of Southampton before going on to do his PGCE at the University of Birmingham. He began his teaching career in 2002 and has now amassed 14 years teaching experience, teaching in some of the top schools (in both the private and state sectors and also internationally).
16 hours available per week
Maud is a current English GCSE Examiner for both Language and Literature and a full-time Secondary School Teacher of English up to A-Level. She is also Head of Literacy in her school, a UCAS Advisor and a KCL Kings Ambassador 2017/18.
8 hours available per week
Rebekah grew up in Switzerland and so has been exposed to multilingualism from an early age; as a child, she spoke English at home, French at school, and started learning German at the age of seven. She is passionate about languages and convinced anyone can pick them up—with just a little time and commitment!
Rebekah went on to study French and German at Southampton University where she achieved a First.
40.5 hours available per week
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Winchester College has an admissions point at 13 Plus. This means that they have an assessment for students hoping to enter the school in Year 9.
We have a number of qualified tutors with experience of preparing students across the various subjects tested at 13 Plus. In this section, you can find a list of tutors who have helped prepare students for this particular school, advice on the entrance exam and some useful practice papers.
Winchester College has an admissions point at 16 Plus. This means that they have an assessment for students hoping to enter the school in Sixth Form. Students will typically sit papers in their chosen subjects for A-Level, IB or Pre-U.
We have a number of tutors who can prepare students across the various subjects tested at 16 Plus and further advice on the entrance exam can be found in this section.
The following papers have been written in-house by our expert team of tutors.
They are free for anyone to use for non-commercial use.