Reading Teacher : 1-1 Reading Lessons
- Online or in person lessons with experienced Reading teachers
- Whatever your age or skill level, we can match you with the perfect teacher
- Learn online or in person with experienced, vetted tutors
- You're in control, with lessons that fit around your schedule
Here's a selection of our Reading tutors, continue below to search from all 105 tutors
Hello! My name is Hikari.
I have four years of overall teaching experience. After completing my master’s degree, I aspire to become a full-time teacher. During this time, I have taught a wide range of courses, including GCSE Economics, GCSE Business Studies, A/level Economics, A/level Business Studies, IELTS, phonics, Eiken, Business English, and conversation.
As soon as I graduated from school, many students approached me to tutor them in Economics and business studies. I then began tutoring A/Level and O/Level Economics and Business Studies. All of the students I’ve taught so far have excelled in their Edexcel and Cambridge exams. Last year, one of my students won the subject prize.
During my academic journey, I have had the opportunity to study Economics at both the GCSE and A-Level levels, following the curriculum offered by prestigious examination boards such as Cambridge and Edexcel. I enjoy teaching Business Studies mainly. My experience in Economics has been enriching and insightful, allowing me to develop a solid understanding of fundamental economic principles and concepts. I am excited to share my knowledge and expertise as a tutor. With a passion for teaching and a strong grasp of economic principles, I am well-equipped to guide students through the complexities of the subject. My teaching approach focuses on breaking down complex concepts into easily digestible parts, providing real-world examples to enhance understanding, and fostering critical thinking skills. I am dedicated to creating a supportive learning environment that encourages active participation and growth. By choosing me as their Economics tutor, students can expect engaging lessons, personalized attention, and the tools necessary to excel in their exams and develop a deep appreciation for the subject.
I worked as a full-time teacher at a reputable international school. In addition to full-time teaching, I spent nearly two years teaching volunteers, primarily Japanese students residing in Japan, as well as overseas communication and other skills. I have also earned three diplomas to provide my students with the greatest education possible. I continued to become a TEFL/TESOL certified teacher. Teaching has become my favorite place to share my knowledge and assist students in their growth.
Hi! My name is Arsa and I am a first year medical student at Imperial College London. I am friendly, patient, encouraging and absolutely enjoy teaching. I am excited to offer help with KS3, GCSEs and A-Levels to all levels of students. I can also offer help with admission tests such as the 11+, UCAT and BMAT. Whilst I was studying I managed to develop key strategies which vastly improved my grades and as a tutor I will share these strategies in order to assist students to reach their maximum potential. As a tutor I will create a learning environment which will instil a love for learning, encourage students to ask questions without hesitating and to be able to apply their knowledge and progress further in their learning. I will also provide assistance over email with any difficulties a student faces when doing their homework or revision.
Hi! I am a second year medic at Lancaster Medical School. I am a bubbly, hard-working and friendly individual and will do the best I can in tutoring you. Here’s a little something that says why: throughout high-school I made sure to take up every opportunity to strengthen my skills as I could and there were many weeks where I would be volunteering 10 hours a week at 3 different placements; this wasn’t only placements in hospitals but also at language schools. This helped ensure my skills were more broader than those required for medical school.
I wasn’t always certain what my career path would look like, but the more time I spend at medical school the more sure I am on what I want to be, and most importantly who. I was given the opportunity to not just pursue a deeply loved passion of mine, but also medicine along side it! Yes, that’s right, this degree has helped me flourish as more than just a medical student, but also as a poet and a writer. It has encouraged me to believe that I can do much more than medicine and that I can be my own person within my career of choice. This is what I wish to impart in each and every one of you.
Would you like us to handpick a tutor? Fill in your details below
Our team of friendly tutors is available 24/7 to answer your queries and find you a tutor. Speak to us on
+44 (0) 203 305 9593
Discover more Reading tutors below, we offer a selection of 105 highly qualified tutors for you to choose from
Hi there! My name is Grace and I have just finished a French Literature MSt at Keble College, Oxford, for which I received a Distinction. I also completed
a History and French BA for my undergraduate at Somerville College, Oxford and got a First Class. I’ve been tutoring for several years now so I have lots of experience, and I really enjoy being able to help students wherever I can. I’ve always put my academic studies first, and I know how important it is to do your best in exams; I find it extremely rewarding when I can help students to achieve this. Having got all A*s in GCSE and A-Level, and successfully passed through Oxford’s rigorous admissions process, I know first-hand what is required to do well at all of these stages. I also really enjoy teaching students and hope that my enthusiasm will make their sessions enjoyable – I’ve always seen myself becoming a teacher, and my career plan is to become a university lecturer!
Hi, I’m Fran! I am a postgraduate student at UCL, studying for MSc Science Technology and Society, which I hope to finish in 2024. In 2022, I graduated with a BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, where I specialised in Materials Science in my final year. I’m super passionate about science, and love science communication and policy-making. In my spare time, I enjoy rock-climbing, reading, board games, and music.
I have been tutoring privately for around 4 years now, and I love it! I enjoy spreading my passion for science and love discussing new and interesting topics and issues in science with my students. I think it’s really important to engage children and young people with science, to encourage the next generation of medics, mathematicians, scientists, and engineers.
I’m Daniel, a 3nd Year UCL Med student, now intercalating for Clinical Neurology and Brain Sciences at Queen Square. For the past 6 years I have perfected my skills as a tutor through attending many teaching courses both within military organisations and civilian, so that I can help others get what they want through the subjects I provide services in. Having come from a poor state school and being the only person to apply for medicine in my school, I understand how tough the process is, especially with no help. That is why I want to deliver high quality, efficient tutoring to help others achieve their full potential and act as a mentor/guide so that no questions are left unanswered and students have a clear view on how to achieve their goals. I work very systematically starting looking at all topics generally and assessing abilities then honing in on students weaknesses whilst pushing them in all over topics so they don’t fall behind, leaving no stones unturned and honing on students weaknesses and turning them into strengths. My purpose it to motivate students, teach them topics they struggle to understand and analysing their patterns of answering to correct logic teaching them skills so they can succeed in any exam or interview they attend.
Here is a review that best describes the process:
”Daniel has an amazing attention to detail. He tutored me for my BMAT exams, and his experience in this area was both extensive and insightful. We spent a lot of time on the tricky section 3 essay questions, where he showed his wealth of knowledge on multiple question topics and allowed me to garner the confidence I needed to feel good about my essay answer in the exam.As well as being a superb educator, he is also an extremely amiable person, rich in thoughtfulness and went out of his way to accommodate my timetable as much as he could, despite his own busy schedule. We also had good talks about related topics, about university in the UK, about social life in his university, all things that set my mind at ease and made me very comfortable about the BMAT process. I never felt alone through what is, admittedly, quite an arduous process. While my exam is done, I have high hopes of getting interviews from the courses I chose. I look forward then to Daniel’s help once again, to help me hone my interview skills. I feel very fortunate to have met with Daniel; he has been inspirational and to me and I wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking for help with their studies.”
Start your tuition today
Discover more Reading tutors below, we offer a selection of 827 highly qualified tutors for you to choose from
Hello! I’m a current 3rd year Natural Sciences student at Cambridge University, studying Physics, with a keen interest in Quantum Physics and computation.
Enthusiastic about physics, although I have studied Maths and Chemistry in my 1st year of university, I am able to tutor A-level Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Further Maths and Biology (AS-level). I would also be happy to tutor most GCSE subjects, where I acheived a grade 9 in Maths and English, and A*s in Science.
I have taken the NSAA Cambridge admissions test before, as well as the UKCAT where I scored an above average mark. I would however also be happy to help with other admissions tests such as STEP, PAT and the BMAT.
I have often been complimented by the way I tutor from friends and family, I am punctual, passionate and patient. I have experience with working with children and young adults, as well as experience through the Cambridge application process.
Hi, I’m Mamta, a first year medical student at the University of Birmingham.
I’m very passionate about teaching and have been tutoring for more three years, helping with personalised exam preparation and revision techniques based on first hand experience as well as supporting younger students with key skills.
I achieved 3A*s as well as 10 Grade 9s in my GCSEs, so I feel that I am able to draw upon my own experience to help students with the content covered as well as key revision tips. This includes creating a revision plan from the very beginning so that when it comes to exams, these are as stress-free as possible. I also find that frequent reviews of prior topics helps to really ingrain knowledge and means that it is more intuitive to recall or apply when it comes to practice questions.
I have just graduated from the University of Oxford. I have been tutoring for four years. I am a Scholar and have 4 A* at A Level and 10 A* at GCSE. I hold job offers from Magic Circle Law Firms and top Barrister Chambers. I would love to help you prepare yourself for Oxbridge applications and interviews, and reach top grades at GSCE and A-Level.
I can support you in tailoring your application to Oxbridge, ensuring flow and personality in your personal statement, and focussing on your individual strengths and abilities. We can write the statement together or edit the first draft to reach the final product that you are happy to send off.
I have written 500 LNAT style questions and film video LNAT tutorials for Law Mind UK, I have plenty of tips and tricks to get you up to speed on the LNAT exam.
At GCSE and A-Level, I can help you consolidate the basics and extend yourself to trickier topics and questions. I can help you memorise content and understanding the course more deeply so that revision comes more naturally and the exams go smoothly.
Get in touch
Our Tutor Matching Experts are on hand to help match you and your perfect tutor, get in touch here.
How much do Reading tutors cost per hour?
The cost of a Reading tutor can vary depending on their qualifications and experience. Generally, private tutors charge between £30.00 and £50.00 per hour, with online lessons often slightly cheaper than in-person lessons
Can you take Reading lessons Online?
Yes, you can take Reading lessons online! All of our tutors offer online tutoring, most of them through our state-of-the-art online classroom which has been built by us to meet all your needs.