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Hi! My name is Joseph and I am going into my third year studying biological Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge. I will specialise in Pathology, but have taken physiology, neurobiology and chemistry at degree level too. I understand how exhausting the Oxbridge application process can be, and how challenging it is to balance this with preparation for exams too. I want to assure you that your success is my priority and I am happy to help in any way that I can. Whether you need help with your personal statement, admissions exams, interviews or with your end of year exams I am determined to help you succeed. I hope that I can help you be excited about applying to University too – researching universities and writing applications feels daunting but as someone who is having a great time at university currently, I know that the end result is worth it. I do a lot of theatre at university which requires a lot of time management skills to balance alongside a demanding degree, but I do this because I understand the importance of finding joy outside of academic work. In my lessons I will help you succeed but I will encourage this in a healthy and productive way.
Nice to meet you! My name is Riya, and I am in my final year of studying PPE (specialising in Economics) at the University of Oxford. I am originally from Cheltenham, where I studied Maths, Further Maths, Economics, and Physics for my A-levels. After finishing university, I will start a job in management consulting, and I hope to also continue tutoring. In my free time, I enjoy playing the violin in orchestras, travelling, and swimming.
I have extensive tutoring experience across many subjects, including: Economics, Maths, English, Philosophy, Oxbridge Entrance (PPE, E&M, and Economics), TSA, and 11+. I have taught across all age groups — from pre-school to Upper Sixth. I am passionate about education — I have just returned from a month in Indonesia, where I taught English in an elementary school, and I am currently finalising my TEFL qualification.
Hello! My name is Farah Al Asady, I’m a 2nd Year dental student. Having recently gone through the UCAT, writing my personal statement, interviews and A-Levels, the application process is still fresh in my memory and I will be able to give you the latest information and tips based on universities most recent requirements. I am also well aware of how stressful and overwhelming it can become, however with the right support and personalised help you will be able to reach your goals! I am patient and friendly, which helps me promote a very open learning atmosphere, where the student feels comfortable raising anything they’re not sure about. In a classroom environment, sometimes it’s difficult to clarify or ask questions, so for this reason I will always encourage you to ask anything you may be unsure about.
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I’m a 3rd year medical student at Oxford with experience in tutoring and mentoring students in A level sciences as well as different aspects of the medicine application process. Applying for medicine may seem overwhelming with the many hurdles that have to be jumped and the various skills that need to be honed in order to stand out from the rest of the cohort. As someone who has been through the same journey and found it challenging, I want to offer support and guidance to other aspirants who are keen and passionate to study medicine and feel discouraged by the difficulty of the various aspects of the application. I hope to help students to gain confidence in their own abilities, equip them with skills such as lateral thinking and critical analysis as well as provide them with tips and tricks on how to navigate the medicine application from an insider’s perspective.
Hi, I’m Kai! I was born in sunny Singapore, where I completed high school and two years of mandatory military service before studying at the University of New South Wales as a medical student.
In my early schooling years, I was never deemed as ‘naturally gifted’ in academics. Despite my shortcomings, I overcame many struggles and hurdles to get to where I am today. My wish as a tutor is to be able to impart my gained experience and knowledge to students whose position I was once in.
For my national service, I was attached to an endurance-class warship and served as a fast craft specialist in the Singapore Navy. There, I further learnt the importance of being disciplined and hardworking in the pursuit of excellence. At the same time, I understand that a keen interest in the given subject is just as important. It was my passion towards biology and the sciences that drew me towards the medical profession, inspiring me to work hard and eventually achieve my dream of entering medical school.
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How much do Violin tutors cost per hour?
The cost of a Violin 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
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Yes, you can take Violin 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.