Our Tutors

Our tutors come from a wide range of academic backgrounds. We work hard to look for tutors with not only extensive expertise but also a warm and approachable demeanour. For us, the relationship is as important as the subject knowledge and facilitates effective, superior learning.

Anthony

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Anthony has been tutoring for Superior Learning for 4 years. In that time he has garnered extensive teaching experience at all levels in Maths and English up to Year 9. He is especially adept at guiding kids through the 7+, 8+, 11+ and Common Entrance exams. Anthony graduated with a degree in English Literature at the University of York achieving a 2:1, and later achieved a Masters Degree from the Royal Academy of Music.

Alex

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Originally from South Africa, Alex graduated with 1st class honours in Biochemistry from the University of Leeds. He is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Cambridge, where he is looking to develop novel vaccines to combat cancer. Alex has over 4 years of tutoring experience, with a particular focus on Maths and Chemistry, from pre-GCSE up to A-level. Outside the classroom, Alex is a strong cricketer having represented the University of Leeds, the MCC, and Middlesex CCC.

Alice

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Whilst studying at Central School of Ballet, Alice obtained a First Class BA(Hons) degree in Professional Dance and Performance and A Levels in English Literature and French. Prior to this, she achieved all A*s in her subjects at GCSE. She now specialises in teaching English and Maths to students sitting 7+, 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. Alongside her career as a professional dancer, Alice has gained a wealth of experience teaching ballet to children of all ages (2-18 years) and understands the importance of meeting a student’s individual needs on any given day. She is a qualified Feldenkrais Practitioner (a somatic practice which calms the nervous system for optimal learning) which she has found invaluable for learning and teaching new skills. When not teaching, Alice enjoys reading, walking on the Heath, spending time with friends and working on her first collection of lyric essays.

Adriaan

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Adriaan is a 4th year medical student at the University of Cambridge with a 1st Class Honours in Medical Sciences. He attained 10 A*s in his GCSEs and 4 A*s in A Level Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. He tutors Maths and Physics GCSEs, as well as Chemistry and Biology GCSEs and A levels, and has several years’ experience supporting GCSE and A Level students in the Sciences. Adriaan can offer admissions advice, interview preparation and personal statement guidance for medical school applications, particularly for London and Oxbridge applications, and can provide BMAT and UKAT tutoring. Adriaan aims to motivate students by fostering a keen interest in the subjects tutored, providing a flexible and customisable approach that integrates the GCSE/A Level syllabus with medical teaching. Outside of academics, Adriaan is a keen rower and enjoys playing the guitar (poorly).

Ali

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Ali is in his first-year of a liberal arts degree at Williams College in Massachusetts, focusing on Economics and Statistics. He studied at Winchester achieving 8 A*s at GCSE and 3 A*s at Pre-U in Economics, English and Maths. Outside of his academic life, Ali consults for businesses in Massachusetts and is involved in a student-run investment fund.

Alice

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Alice is an experienced tutor living in West London. She attended St Marylebone School where she achieved seven A*’s and four A’s at GSCE and then two A*’s and an A at A-Level. For the past five years she has been a professional tutor, consistently tutoring alongside completing her BA in Spanish and French and then her MSc in African Studies at Oxford University. She has successfully assisted numerous students with their Common Entrance pre-tests and 11+ exams into some of the most competitive private schools in the country, as well as tutoring GCSE and A-Level Spanish, French and English Literature. Additionally, she currently has an 100% success rate in tutoring for Oxbridge admissions, which entails preparing students for the MLAT exam, supervising personal statements and conducting practice interviews. Her approach is couched in elevating the student’s own faith in their ability which in turn cultivates self-confidence, enthusiasm and motivation in their subject. She tends to focus on the fundamentals first, locating and filling gaps in knowledge to foster a strong foundational understanding in the student. Alice enjoys working with students one-on-one tackling targeted areas of difficulty with activities personalised to the student and at a pace they are comfortable with.

Aleena

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Aleena is a 2nd year medical student at Barts, who completed 1st year in the top-decile. She achieved 5A* at A-level, in Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Russian and an EPQ in neuroscience. Aleena strives to make her lessons fun, and is passionate about helping students reach their full potential. She has experience in preparing students for 11+ maths and reasoning exams. She teaches Maths, Biology, Chemistry up to GCSE, and Biology A-level. She also mentors students for medical school applications, regarding admissions tests, personal statements and interviews. In her free time, Aleena enjoys travelling and dancing in her university dance team.

Alex

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Alex is an experienced tutor of English, maths, French and Music, having worked across Australia and the UK. He ran his own tutoring agency in Sydney for several years, with a focus on tutoring International Baccalaureate, A Level and local syllabuses. He completed undergraduate studies in music at the University of Cambridge and postgraduate studies at Berklee College of Music. He currently works on a range of projects for film, television, musical theatre and the concert hall.

Alex

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Alex graduated with an M.Eng. in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford and now works as a Data Engineering consultant at Kubrick Group. He has many years of experience teaching Maths and Physics up to A-level and has taken many practice interviews for successful Oxford engineering applicants. He specialises in Maths and Further Maths tuition from 11+ to A-level as well as preparing students for the PAT test and university engineering interviews (Especially Oxbridge). Outside of his career he enjoys playing football, gaming, and skateboarding.

Andreea

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Andreea grew up in Moldova and attended school in the UK for her A-levels, achieving top grades in Maths, Further Maths, Economics and Physics. She currently studies Mathematics with Economics at the London School of Economics (LSE). She has excelled in mathematics and is able to teach abstract concepts as well as practical proficiency. Andreea is able to teach maths to all levels. On top of this Andreea is a keen pianist and loves going to the theatre!

Ali

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Ali is a versatile teacher with 6+ years’ experience teaching Mathematics. He’s just completed his Master’s degree in Project Management and is now working as a secondary mathematics teacher at a school in London. Ali scored A*, A, A in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics respectively his A level exams. He is a very passionate teacher who uses interdisciplinary learning techniques as part of his teaching pedagogy. He also does part time freelance theatre work and uses that in his lessons, often employing gamification to make tutoring an engaging, interactive and fun experience. Ali also runs a YouTube channel to make learning easily accessible for all. In his free time, Ali loves to cook and aims to have his own food blog one day.

Angie

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Angie has recently graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in Classical Civilisation. At A Level, she achieved A*-B in Classical Civilisation, Religious Studies and English literature and has experience supporting GCSE students in these subjects. She focused her last major research project around women in the ancient world, and takes a great interest in both Ancient Greek and Roman life. In her spare her time she enjoys painting, pottery and cooking.

Annelise

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Annelise is in her fourth year at Cambridge University studying Classics. When she is not studying you can find her training for the London Marathon or learning new recipes as an avid cook. Annelise has a true passion for education; she has worked as a tutor alongside her studies amassing over 200 hours of tuition, specialising in 11+ and Common Entrance preparation as well as Latin, Greek, English and Oxbridge preparation from KS1 to undergraduate level. Annelise has also worked at a school for 4 months in Guangzhou, China as well as at an orphanage in Sri Lanka; experiences where she found immense satisfaction in helping children develop their confidence in and enjoyment of learning. Annelise has helped many students achieve admission to top UK public schools such as Eton, Harrow, Winchester and City of London school. She has a deep knowledge of all aspects of the Common Entrance and 11+ exam as well as of application and interview processes for specific schools. Annelise combines her deep knowledge of these exam processes and schools with her commitment to helping children to achieve their academic goals, whatever they may be.

Abubakr

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Abubakr is a medical student at UCL. He attained 10 A*s in his GCSEs and 3 As in A Level Psychology, Chemistry and Biology. Abubakr has experience tutoring students from KS1 all the way up to A Level, including children with special educational needs and also uses his own experience to support students studying for their 11+ entrance exams. He excels in mentoring students for UK’s leading Medical Schools, offering personalised support for personal statements, interviews, and admission tests, recognising the uniqueness of each student. Abubakr also strives to inspire students by cultivating a strong passion for the subjects taught, offering a flexible approach that blends the GCSE/A Level curriculum with exam technique. Beyond academics, Abubakr is an avid basketball player and loves adventures.

Alex

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Alex has recently graduated from New College, Oxford with a first class degree in Classics, ranking 3rd in the year. She also gained 10 A*s at GCSE and 3 A*s at A level in English Literature, History and Latin. She is happy to teach all these subjects, but her main focus is on Latin and Ancient Greek. She can also provide support with personal statements and Oxbridge applications. Outside of academics, Alex was a competitive runner for the university’s athletics and cross country blues team and played college netball.

Annie

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Annie is a medical student at King’s College London, having previously studied chemistry at Durham. She has been tutoring for four years now and loves to teach the sciences and maths to all ages. Confident in teaching to the students’ individual aims, sessions can be geared towards exam preparation, building confidence, or other personalised goals. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring London’s climbing walls and spin classes with friends.

Anna

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Anna is currently studying Medicine at University College London, after moving to London from the US in 2016. She obtained six 9s at GCSE and A*A*A*A at A Level (Biology, Chemistry, French and Maths). She has experience tutoring GCSE and A level Biology, Chemistry and French, GCSE Physics, and also teaches 11+ maths, English and reasoning. Anna also mentors students for medical school applications. Outside of medicine, she enjoys art, music and literature.

Alex

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Alex is currently studying towards a Masters in Materials Science at Oxford University – a subject that balances maths, physics and chemistry. He achieved an A* in each of these subjects at A-Level with an A in AS further maths. At GCSE level, Alex achieved 99999877A*. He is passionate about teaching maths and sciences to younger students and building their interest in how the world works. He also has experience in mentoring students that are preparing for Oxford applications to the physics and engineering department. Alex is a keen sports fan, playing basketball for the university with a general interest in health and fitness too.

Arnaud

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Arnaud is a budding and fresh mind who has dedicated his efforts to interacting with young people. He is an undergraduate student at Queen Mary University of London, currently in his second year studying English Literature with Creative Writing. He has experience working with children of all ages and specialises in teaching English from primary through to A-level. In his spare time Arnaud enjoy reading, writing stories and poetry, learning about various cultures and tending to his plants.

Alex

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Alex is a first class Oxford graduate with experience in tutoring all levels of Maths and Science. His students have gone on to get into the world’s top universities. His lessons are focused on developing students weaknesses through fun learning and utilising his broad range of resources. Currently, Alex is working as a research assistant in one of Oxford’s leading virology labs and is looking to help tutor students in his spare time.

Anna

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Anna is a final year Medical Sciences student at UCL, having previously studied Nursing at the University of Barcelona. She has acquired a wealth of knowledge and experience in the sciences and can teach Maths, Biology, Chemistry and Physics GCSEs. As a native Spaniard, she is also able to help with Spanish and even a bit of French. Anna is a competitive basketball player and enjoys running and dancing.

Alex

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Alex is a 4th year medical student at Cambridge who recently completed his undergraduate degree, achieving a 1st class every year, the only individual from his college to do so. He achieved a 3350 in the UCAT placing him in the 99th percentile nationwide amongst medics. Alex enjoys tailoring his tutoring to suit the pupil on a personal and academic level and believes in student engagement above all, with experience tutoring students ranging from primary school level all the way to university admission. He teaches Maths, Biology and Chemistry up to A level and Physics at GCSE. Outside of academics Alex enjoys swimming, travelling, and cooking unique twists on pesto pasta.

Aubrey

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Aubrey was born in New York and has since lived in England, Japan, Singapore, France and Malaysia. He studied at Eton, achieving 11 A*s at GCSE and one A* and two As at A-level in Politics, Maths and Theology. He now reads Theology and Religion at Oxford. Aubrey is a keen oarsman, representing both his school 1st VIII and Great Britain. He is a loving dog owner.

Aurore

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Aurore currently works in Finance and has been tutoring for 6 years, specialising in Maths and Further Maths. Her passion for the topic arose from reading Computational Neuroscience at Kings College London, where she carried out extensive theoretical research in Machine Learning and AI. She followed up with a second Masters in eGovernance and Big Data at Stockholm university. She has a wealth of experience tutoring in both the English and French systems in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and French, focusing especially on GCSE, A-levels and IB. As hobbies, Aurore enjoys the opera, ballet, art events, tennis and polo. Aurore is fluent in English, French and Spanish.

Ayo

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Ayo is a 4th year medical student studying at the University of Cambridge. He achieved results of 9A*A at GCSE and 2A*2A at A-Level, followed by a 1st class Honours in the Natural Sciences. Ayo has been actively involved in tutoring Maths and Science for several years, accumulating extensive experience in working with students of all levels, from medical school applicants to primary school children. His tutoring approach focuses on laying a solid foundation by exploring the fundamentals and providing ample practice through questions and problems, thereby fostering intuitive understanding in his students. Ayo’s versatility as a tutor enables him to effectively guide learners across diverse subjects and age groups.

Becky

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Becky has over 5 years of teaching experience with a 1st class degree in Musical Theatre along with a HND in Philosophy. At A level she achieved A*ABB and she has 10 GCSEs all A*-B. Becky loves singing and acting and has done lots of work in live theatre which makes her perfectly suited to primary students. She is currently a Learning Support Assistant for City of Westminster College. In her free time she teaches freelance and runs ‘Petite Performers Wimbledon.’ Drama school and working in theatre has shaped Becky into an excellent communicator. She particularly enjoys tutoring English and Humanities as she is a creative mind but is happy to tutor any subject. Becky believes the key to learning is simply to enjoy it.

Ben

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Benjamin graduated from University of Auckland, New Zealand in 2012 with a BA of Education and is has taught for 7 years both in New Zealand and England. Benjamin also has experience in Year 6 SATs. He is passionate about making a difference for each child.

Betty

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Betty has extensive experience of teaching English and Maths, both as in class support and tutoring one-to-one. She enjoys working with children of all ages up to GCSE but specialises in working with younger children on their 7+, 11+ and 13+ common entrance work. She graduated from the University of York with a First in Music BA(hons) and later went on to study for a Masters at Mountview Academy. Betty also enjoys running and staying active, so when she is not working with kids, you can usually find her sweating, singing or a combination of the two.

Ben

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Ben has just finished his 2nd year studying Politics and International Relations with Economics, at UCL. He has achieved top decile grades and is on track to graduate with a 1st class honours degree. During school Ben achieved all A*s at GCSE and went on to get 5A*s at A Level. In his final year, he was awarded Head Boy of Aylesbury Grammar School, reflecting his sustained achievements throughout his time at school. Due to his successful Grammar School background, Ben represents an ideal candidate for any students preparing for the 11+, 12+ or 13+ as well as other school admission exams. Alongside his studies Ben is avid sportsman, having represented Wasps Academy, several county sides for Rugby, as well as being selected as the UCL 1stXV captain for the upcoming season.

Cameron

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Cameron has just finished his MSc in Environmental Geography at the University of Amsterdam and holds an MA in History and Politics from the University of Edinburgh. Cameron has wide-ranging tutoring and teaching experience and loves chatting about the issues he is most passionate about in an educational setting. His favourite subject areas are Politics, History and English, where he received straight A’s at A-level. Cameron loves sport, reading and chatting the night away.

Charlotte

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Charlotte graduated with a 1st in Neuroscience from the University of Oxford. She gained 9A*s and 2As in her GCSEs, and 3A*s and an A at A-Level, in EPQ, Biology, English Literature and Mathematics. She has extensive previous experience tutoring GCSE Mathematics and GCSE and A-Level Biology and is also able to provide support with personal statements. She feels passionately about making learning fun whilst helping students to reach their potential. In her free time, she keeps active through running and playing rugby, and enjoys reading a variety of literature.

Chey

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Chey graduated with a first class MSci degree in Cell Biology from University College London. She is currently researching stem cell treatments at UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. She likes to tutor Science, Maths and English, and has experience tutoring for 11+ exams.

Chisi

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Chisi is currently in her third year reading Geography at the university of Oxford. She has achieved 3 A* at A-Level Geography, Sociology and Politics. As well as achieving 3 9’s, 5 8’s and 2 7’s at GCSE. Chisi’s passions lie in studying as well as teaching Geography, with a history of mentoring geography with the Royal Geographical society. Outside of academics Chisi spends her time reading fiction novels, watching films as well as perfecting her skills in professionally styling hair.

Claire

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Claire Oxley is a progression specialist. This means that she helps school and college pupils move from one important stage to another, most notably to university. She holds degrees from the universities of Lancaster and Oxford, has been a head of sixth form; over the past few years, Claire has worked with companies providing innovative training for staff and employee bodies, has been at the forefront of helping students from very varied backgrounds gain places at competitive universities, and has realised her own creativity in the form of studio painting practice. She also teaches Critical Thinking, and gives practice interviews for competitive university places, including medicine, the Arts, and Oxbridge.

Chloe

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Chloe is a fourth year medical student at the University of Sheffield. She achieved A*A*A* in Biology, Chemistry and Maths A-levels alongside an A in AS Further Maths. She has over 2 years of tutoring experience with students of ages ranging between 9 and 16 and is proud to describe her tutoring style as flexible and collaborative. During her time at Sheffield, Chloe has helped with interviewing for medical admissions. When applying to medical school, she achieved a top 1% UCAT score, helping her to receive four offers. In her free time she enjoys running, playing netball and the piano.

Cleo

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Cleo graduated with a first-class in History from the University of Oxford in June 2023. She gained 4 A* s at A-Level and specialises in teaching Spanish at GCSE, and History and English Literature at all stages, including university applications. She has over three years experience in tutoring and is currently working for the British Council as an English Language Assistant in Madrid. She enjoys supporting students and tailoring lessons to their personal needs and interests. Outside of studies and work, she is enjoying exploring Madrid and gaining a working proficiency in Spanish.

Clodia

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Clodia is a finalist at the University of Cambridge where she studies Spanish and Poruguese with Catalan. At A Level she achieve 4 A*s, an A at AS Level, and 11A*s at GCSE. She is particularly adept at guiding tutees through the 7-11+ Common Entrance Exams, as well as GCSE level Maths and Science and A Level/ University standard in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Latin, English and Italian. She is also experienced in the Oxbridge admissions process, and can help with Personal Statement writing as well as interview practice. Clodia has over 5 years’ experience of tuition.

Connel

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Connel is currently a 4th year medical student at King’s College London. He has recently completed an intercalated BSc in Neuroscience. He is originally from the north of Scotland, where he worked as a carer for people with neurological disorders before moving to London for medical school. Connel teaches Maths, Physics, Biology and Chemistry up to GCSE level. For fun, he enjoys athletics, reading, and is currently learning Turkish as a second language.

Connie

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Connie has a BA in English Literature and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature, Culture and Thought from the University of Sussex, achieving first-class honours in both. She then went on to achieve a distinction in a Fine Art MA at City and Guilds of London Art School. Connie studied at Latymer Upper School and graduated in 2012 with 3 A*s and a B in English, Philosophy and Ethics, Art and History of Art respectively. Her ethos is centred around building confidence through practice, discussion, and reading widely. Connie has experience with teaching a range of ages from 11+ prep up to University level English. She is currently working on her first novel.

Conor

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Since graduating from Durham University with a BA in English Literature and Philosophy in 2017, Conor has been tutoring English across all age groups. He worked in the charity and film sectors immediately after university, before training and qualifying as a teacher. He currently works as a teacher of English, specialising in GCSE Literature and Language. His passion for the literary arts (and sports!) shine through in his sessions, which are always engaging and fun, as well as rigorous and productive. In his spare time, he is a keen cyclist, hill walker and rock-climber.

Cosimo

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Cosimo is a 1st year History student at Oxford University. He studied at Winchester College, where he achieved 8 A*s at GCSE level, and where he studied History, English Literature and Latin at Pre-U, achieving 2 A*s and 1 A. Cosimo is happy to tutor English Literature and History, and to help Oxbridge applicants. He has previously tutored English Language and Grammar in Italy, while also volunteering in primary schools in Winchester for two years. Outside of his academic interests, Cosimo loves drama, acting and directing theatre productions, and preparing Italian food for his family.

Dan

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Dan is a History graduate from the University of Oxford, having achieved three As at A-level in History, Economics and Politics and 9 A* and two As at GCSE. He greatly enjoys teaching all subjects at 11 plus and common entrance and particularly English Language and Literature, History and Drama Theory along with French and Mandarin (all subjects he received a grade 9 in) at GCSE level. Furthermore, he is confident teaching Economics, Politics and History to A-level standard and can help prepare students facing Oxbridge interviews and assessments. Outside of teaching, Dan is a keen sportsman and AFC Wimbledon football fan and captains a variety of sports at his college including cricket, playing which he used to represent Surrey district.

Daniel

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Daniel is returning to the University of Cambridge this year for an MPhil in Geographical Research after achieving first class honours in his BA in Geography. Prior to this, he was the Head Boy of his local secondary school, where he studied A Levels in Chemistry (A*), Maths (A*), Geography (A) and AS Level Biology (A), after achieving 10 A*s at GCSE. Daniel has experience tutoring GCSE maths/sciences and assisting with the Oxbridge application process. Outside academia, Daniel enjoys playing rugby, attending music festivals and surfing (badly!).

Dasha

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Dasha is currently in her final year at Oxford University studying Materials Science. She achieved 5 A*s, 4 9s, 2 8s and 1 A in her GCSE’s and 4 A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A-Level, and has 2 years of tutoring experience teaching these subjects for GCSE and A-Level. She is also experienced with University and Oxbridge admissions, having mentored students applying for Materials Science, and has also held mock interviews for Physics, Engineering and Chemical Engineering. Dasha has a great passion for all the subjects she teaches, and ensures students get the most out of every lesson.

Dhruv

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Dhruv, a 4th-year Medical student at Cambridge University, brings a strong academic track record, with 10A*s at GCSE and A*A*A*A* at A level. With four years of tutoring experience in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Maths at both GCSE and A level, Dhruv’s expertise has extended to guiding Hong Kong students towards admission to top British boarding schools and sixth forms, along with British subject exams. Beyond academics, he offers support for medical school interviews and personal statement advice. Dhruv’s teaching approach revolves around first principles, fostering a deep understanding of subjects to improve performance. His own passion for learning extends to studying multiple foreign languages and foreign affairs alongside his medical training.

David

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David is a 4th year medical student at the University of Cambridge, with a degree in Medical Sciences, majoring in Psychology. He achieved 3 A*s in Biology, Chemistry and Maths A levels, and 10 A*s in his GCSEs. He has experience tutoring students in Maths and the Sciences at GCSE level, providing interview preparation to Oxbridge applicants, and guiding aspiring medical students through the challenging UCAT and BMAT examinations. His tutoring approach is characterised by its flexibility and enthusiasm for learning. Beyond academics, David is a keen sportsperson, playing cricket, badminton and handball.

Diego

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Diego is a binational from Belgium and Spain. He has graduated with a 1st grade in European Studies where he studied Economics, History and Politics in the Netherlands. He also has two Masters’ in international Relations and Intelligence Security from The University of Edinburgh and King`s College London. He specialises in teaching French, Spanish, 11+ Maths, Geography and History. He currently works as a Security Consultant in London but very much enjoys tutoring a few times a week. Outside the office Diego loves to head to the beach to catch some waves.

Dillon

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Dillon is currently studying for the 4th year of his Medicine degree at University College London, having achieved his Bachelor of Science in Global Health from UCL. He is best suited to teach Maths and Science to all ages.

Dom

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Dominique graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a 2.1 in History. She accompanied her BA with a multitude of Creative Writing and English Literature courses and spends most of her free time with pen to paper. She tutors History and English Lit/Lang up to A-Level as well as the Common Entrance Exam in English and Maths.

Dylan

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Dylan is a 4th year medical student at the University of Cambridge (Downing College). He has a First Class degree in Natural Sciences (Pharmacology) from his intercalated year, and achieved 3A*s at A Level (Biology, Chemistry & Maths), as well as 10A*s at GCSE. Dylan has experience tutoring KS3 and GCSE Science (Physics, Biology & Chemistry) and Maths, in addition to Biology at A Level. His tutoring style is focused on empirical learning, using past exam questions to identify topics that need improvement, and then targeting these topics specifically to bring up a student’s overall ability. Dylan is also able to provide Oxbridge application and interview support for Medicine and Biological Natural Sciences. Outside of studying, he enjoys playing squash and meeting up with friends (or both together!).

Ed

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Edward is currently in his third year studying physics at King’s College London. Coming from a family of teachers, a factor that saw him tutor piano for 2 years when younger, he is passionate about teaching and specialises in both maths and physics to all levels. In his spare time Edward participates in both the rugby and electronic music societies at his university.

Elizabet

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Elisabet is a native Spanish Speaker from the Canary Islands, Spain. She graduated with a degree in Primary Education and has experience teaching Spanish in Primary Schools across London, where she moved looking for new opportunities and new experiences. She achieved the General Certificate of Education in Arts and Design as she loves everything related with the Arts. In her spare time, Elisabet likes to spend time with her family and her friends and loves to be creative. She enjoys working with mix of cultures and appreciates that we can learn a lot about each other through sharing experiences.

Elli

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Elli is a primary school teacher who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education (Primary) from Macquarie Univeristy in Sydney, Australia. She has taught for five years in Australia and is currently teaching in primary schools in Central London. She has taught in SEN schools and has a passion for learning and inspiring growth in children. She has a positive personality, loves sport and is a huge Harry Potter fan!

Elodie

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Elodie recently graduated from Oxford with a first in Geography after having achieved a 9 at GCSE and an A* at A-level. She is confident in teaching Geography up to undergraduate level. Alongside Geography at A-Level she also studied Spanish and Maths, achieving an A* in both, and is therefore comfortable tutoring Maths up until GCSE level. With her mother being French, Elodie has grown up speaking French and is therefore bilingual, and happy to do French oral practice up until GCSE level. In her spare time, Elodie enjoys playing netball and saxophone.

Elowyn

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Elowyn grew up in Switzerland and attended international schools, achieving top marks in history, languages and English. She graduated with a degree in Archaeology from the University of Cambridge. She now tutors German and works in museums around London, sharing her love of learning with all audiences.

Ella

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Ella is a finalist at the University of Cambridge studying Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion. A graduate of Godolphin and Latymer, she obtained 4A*s in her A-level examinations. She has experience tutoring English, maths and for children with special educational needs at primary school level. Having worked as a teaching assistant at over 10 SEN schools, Ella has a wealth of experience with children with a range of a range of individualised learning requirements. At GCSE level, Ella can teach English literature, English Language, Religious Studies, Philosophy, Government and Politics, and Drama and has additional experience tutoring A-level Religious Studies, Oxbridge preparation, and can provide further tuition in English Literature, Philosophy, Politics and Government, Drama, and Extended Personal Qualification (EPQ). Having navigated school with learning differences herself, Ella has the unique abilities as a tutor where her strong academics combine with an experiential understanding for students who have struggled to learn in typical classroom environments. Ella also completed a foundation year at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and is a keen actress in her spare time.

Elizabeth

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Elizabeth recently graduated from the University of Cambridge, reading law at Girton College. She was raised in Switzerland and is fluent in English and French. She achieved 41 points in her international baccalaureate, studying higher level History (7), Theatre (7), and English Literature (6) at the International School of Geneva. She primarily enjoys teaching English and Maths, especially in preparation for 11+ entrance exams, and can additionally tutor students in French, History, the Sciences, and German. Elizabeth is able to assist with Oxbridge Law applicants and has experience shadowing and assisting young students with autism. In her spare time, she skis, dances ballet and acts.

Emily

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Emily is a medical student at University College London (UCL), having previously graduated with a degree in Natural Sciences, specialising in Biomedical Sciences and Mathematics & Statistics (BSc,1st Hon). She has over 5 years of experience tutoring a wide range of students and has a track record of helping her students achieve their target grades in their (I)GCSEs and A-levels. Emily is able to tutor students from KS3 – A level in Mathematics and Biology, and up to GCSE level in Chemistry. In addition, Emily is also able to mentor students in their medical school applications with regards to admissions tests, personal statements and interviews.

Emily

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Emily is a primary school teacher with 10 years teaching experience and a degree in English from Bristol University.   She specialises in helping children prepare for assessments at 7+ and 11+, but enjoys teaching across the primary age range in all subjects. She particularly loves teaching writing, and has lots of experience helping reluctant readers and writers! In her spare time, she enjoys walking and cycling and has recently taken up pottery.

Emma

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Emma completed teacher training at UCL’s Institute of Education after graduating with a 2:1 in History from King’s College London. She has worked with children in different roles including as a User Research volunteer with Patient Involvement for University College Hospital’s Teen and Young Adult Cancer Services. Emma is best suited to teaching English at all levels and Maths to GCSE level. Outside of tutoring, Emma is a supply teacher and enjoys spending time with her dog, Prudie.

Emma

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Emma is currently studying Medicine at Kings College London, having graduated from UCL with an MSc in Cardiovascular Science (Distinction) and a BSc in Biomedical Sciences (1st Class (Hons)). She loves to teach Maths and Science and has been tutoring a wide range of pupils for almost five years. In her spare time, she loves being active and this year is cycling from London to Paris for charity.

Emmet

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Emmet is a Senior Policy Advisor at the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology. He has an MSc in Public Policy and Governance (distinction) from the University of Amsterdam and an MA in Politics from the University of Edinburgh (2:I). He has extensive experience working with young people to make learning fun and engaging and enjoys tutoring for entrance exams and English, history, philosophy and politics through to A-level. He previously worked at UNICEF UK on a number of campaigns, including teaching young people about their rights and how to campaign for them.

Evan

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Evan is a 2nd year undergraduate at Downing College, Cambridge, currently reading History but with a view to switching to Law. He has A-Levels in Maths, Economics and History; he also studied Further Maths in Year 12. Outside of academia, Evan enjoys rowing, tennis and looking after his three dogs.

Emily

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Emily is a final year Oxford student studying Material Science. She achieved A*A*A* at A-level in Maths, Chemistry and Physics and has over 2 years tutoring these subjects from GCSE up to A-level. She is also well versed in the Oxford application process and has successfully guided Material Science, Earth Science and Engineering students through this process. Her approach makes learning enjoyable and builds confidence in her students.

Eve

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Eve is a primary teacher in West London with an MA from the University of Edinburgh in French and Linguistics. She has worked across KS1 and KS2 for 14 years, raising standards in literacy and maths across a range of schools. A music lover, she is also a mother of three and enjoys trips to Cornwall and walks by the sea with the family dog.

Ewan

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Ewan is a former Mathematics teacher of two years, and has been a full time tutor ever since, with experience working with all ages and abilities ranging from 11+ to GCSE. He brings a wealth of classroom and curriculum experience to every lesson, whilst also focussing on building strong relationships with his students in order to help them make the progress they need in Maths. Graduating from the University of Nottingham with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Ewan’s passions outside of Mathematics teaching are endurance sports, education policy reform, music and learning Spanish.

Farah

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Farah is currently a scientist working in cancer research, looking at ways of fighting blood cancer. Having graduated with a Pharmacology degree from King’s College London and a Master’s in Genomic Medicine from Imperial, Farah is keen to support those interested in pursuing STEM in higher education. With years of experience working with children of all abilities and running an after school science club, she enjoys teaching Maths, Chemistry and Biology at GCSE and A level. She is passionate about helping people in her community and has set up a local mental wellbeing organisation that helps people access advice and therapy for mental health. In her spare time, Farah loves horse riding and learning different languages.

Farhia

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Farhia is a 3rd year medical student at the University of Cambridge. She achieved 13 A*s at GCSE and 4 A*s at A-Level. She has plenty of experience tutoring students of all ages in a wide range of subjects, and specialises in Biology, Chemistry, Maths, and medical admissions (UKCAT, BMAT, personal statements, and medical school interviews). Outside of academics, she loves to get involved in charity work.

Filip

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Filip studies French and German at the University of Oxford. He achieved A*s in French and German A-levels, which are his specialties and at GCSE he obtained 9A*s, 3As . At school he ran French and German clinics to help students improve their language capabilities. He is also a native Polish speaker and enjoys utilising his languages in his everyday life. In addition to languages Filip tutors Maths up to GCSE level after having studied it at A-level. He is also experienced in teaching after undertaking placements in France and Germany where he taught English as a foreign language. He enjoys teaching as he finds seeing students progress to be very rewarding. Outside of his studies Filip enjoys playing football and swimming.

Freya

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Freya is in her second year studying Geography at the University of Cambridge. She achieved 3A*s at A Level in Geography, Sociology and Economics. She has 2 years tutoring experience with students aged 5-11 in English and Maths. She also has experience tutoring both Geography GCSE and A-level, helping with content and exam structure. Freya also has experience in Oxbridge prep, including mock interviews and personal statement tutoring. In her spare time, she is a keen rower, plays Netball and is going to conduct research in India for her dissertation.

Francesca

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Francesca is completing an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths College, University of London, having previously trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She studied at Latymer Upper School and graduated in 2011, receiving 3 A*s and an A in English, Spanish, History of Art and Drama. Francesca is passionate about getting people interested in reading and unlocking the academic potential in everyone. She teaches from 11+ up to A Level and, beyond subject teaching, can assist with essay and interview preparation. In addition to her academic pursuits, Francesca teaches high octane spin classes.

Freddie

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Freddie was born in Brazil but also lived in Mexico, Singapore and England picking up fluency in Spanish and Portuguese along the way. He now lives in London and studies Economics and Economic History at LSE after completing his A-Levels as a sixth form scholar. Freddie’s academic track record is exceptional, having achieved three A* at A-level and an A* in his EPQ, he also received an award from Pearson Education for outstanding performance at GCSE. Outside his studies Freddie is a keen tennis player, musician, historian and traveller.

Freya

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Freya completed her degree in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts, achieving a 1st. She excelled at school, sitting her GCSE maths one year early and achieving 11 A*-A grades overall. She is now studying for an MA in song-writing at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. She has tutored KS2 Maths and English across London for several years, preparing students for 11+ exams and overseeing many successful applications to schools. She also tutors art up to A level.

Gabriel

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Gabriel spent portions of his childhood in Tokyo, Singapore, and France before attending Eton, where he attained 3A*s at A Level (Maths, Religious Studies, and Economics) and 11 GCSEs each at grade 8 or 9. Starting a BA in Theology and Religion at Oxford University in 2024, Gabriel is currently on a gap year and is keen to spend his time helping others. Beyond academics, Gabriel enjoys Athletics and Tennis

Gem

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Gem is a final year medical student currently studying at King’s College London, having also completed a BSc in Biomedical Sciences (1st Class (Hons)) from the University of Essex. She is best suited to teaching up to GCSE level science and maths, and can also help students to prepare for their 11+ entrance exams. Gem also has experience helping students in applications for medical school. She is able to help with writing personal statements, preparing for the UCAT, and practicing for medical school interviews. She is passionate about making learning fun and supportive for students, but also strives to ensure sessions are tailored towards each student’s specific needs and learning styles. Outside of her studies, Gem is passionate about food, health and fitness. She has captained a competitive cheerleading team and regularly goes to the gym.

Gemma

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Gemma is a qualified Teacher of English and school middle-leader with 10 years classroom experience. Her wealth of expertise in education includes teaching Language and Literature at GCSE and A Level; leadership of whole school literacy; curriculum design and several years as a board-certified examiner for English GCSE. She is currently completing a masters in Education Coaching and Mentoring and works freelance in trainee teacher development. Gemma has a varied portfolio of successful tutoring, both online and face to face. Outside of education, she enjoys reading, hiking and paddle boarding.

George

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George is an experienced language tutor, having taught French, Spanish, German and Portuguese for five years. George studies Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Oxford and recently spent a year studying abroad in Lisbon, Barcelona and Berlin. In addition to his studies, George participates in a number of literary translation projects as a contributor and editor.

Georgia

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Working as a tutor and disability support worker for the past seven years, Georgia has a wealth of experience teaching children from various backgrounds. More recently, her focus has been on tutoring students in Maths and English as they prepare for 11+ and GCSE exams. Being bilingual (French and English), and with A Levels in History, English Literature and Drama, and top grades in Maths and Science at GCSE, Georgia is confident teaching a wide range of subjects. She uses her passions to shape her career, having previously taught music theory, acting and singing, alongside gaining a diploma in Musical theatre and working as a freelance actor. She enjoys fitness, dance, reading and fostering the invaluable relationships built with friends, family and members of her London community.

Georgia

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Georgia is a recent graduate of the University of Oxford in French and Portuguese. She achieved A*s at GCSE, including 9s in English Language and English Literature. She completed A levels in French, History and English Literature, achieving A*A*A in English Literature, French and History respectively. During her degree she completed a year abroad, where she studied for a term at the Sorbonne in Paris, and volunteered teaching English for six months in Rio de Janeiro. She has four years of teaching experience, tutoring French and English GCSE and A-level, and is very familiar with the GCSE and A-level curriculum, having completed the new A-levels and GCSEs herself. In particular, she knows the GCSE English Language curriculum inside-out. In her free time, she enjoys swimming and travelling!

Gilla

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Gilla is an Italian native journalist, who settled in London more than 20 years ago. She studied Philosophy and Literature at Universita’ degli studi di Milano, specialised in Philosophy applied to Arts, and graduated in Humanities in the UK. She has taught History of Art at different universities in Italy and the UK, has has many years of experience teaching Italian to all levels: from beginners to proficiency (GCSE and A level), from children to adults, in one-to-one and class sessions, from coaching companies to celebrities. Gilla has previously worked at different press offices in London, more recently at the Vatican Embassy. She loves music and plays piano and violin.

Giorgos

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Giorgos is a recent graduate with first-class honours from the University of Cambridge where he earned his BA in Natural Sciences. He is currently doing his MSc in Marine Biology at the University of Groningen, Netherlands. He is really passionate about the marine world, especially shark ecology and behaviour. Growing up in Greece, he achieved an overall score of 44/45 in the International Baccalaureate (top 1.1% globally) with 7/7 in High Level Biology, Maths and Physics. He enjoys tutoring Biology and Maths A Level/IB as well as at GCSE level. He is also happy to assist with Oxbridge admissions and interview preparation. Alongside academics, Giorgos is a competitive swimmer who also coaches. When he’s not in the lab or diving for fieldwork, he spends his time surfing and travelling.

Giulia

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Giulia is currently completing a double Master’s degree in International Political Economy and Economic Policy at LSE and Sciences Po Paris. She recently graduated with a first class honours from UCL in History, Politics and Economics, majoring in Economics. She achieved the equivalent of all A*s in her final high school exams, including History, English, Economics, Maths and Latin. Thanks to her varied academic background she enjoys teaching Economics, Politics, History and Maths, as well as helping out university applicants with personal statements. She has experience in tutoring younger students at GCSE level at her former school and is passionate about harnessing the potential of pupils through ad-hoc methods. Outside of class Giulia is a keen tennis player, greatly enjoys outdoor sports and has a passion for film photography.

George

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George has recently graduated with a Master of Research in Comparative Biomedicine investigating the genetic risk factors of Parkinson’s Disease at the University of London. With a first-class honours in Biochemistry from the University of Reading, George specialises in Biology and Chemistry up to A-level and is happy to teach Maths to GCSE. Outside of the lab, George has represented England at indoor and beach volleyball and has a passion for coaching all ages and abilities. He has a wealth of experience coaching students in key stages 2 and 3 with learning and physical disabilities.

Grace

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Grace is an undergraduate student at Durham University, studying English Literature in her final year. She finished school in 2020, leaving with 8 A*s at GCSE, and 41 points for the IB programme (equivalent of four A*s at A-Level). Her higher level subjects were English Literature, Music and Economics. She enjoys teaching English to all age groups, and is also available to tutor academic Music and Music theory. In her spare time Grace loves to practise piano, opera and French, as well as play tennis in matches and tournaments for her university College.

Hamish

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Hamish has completed a degree in Classics at Cambridge, achieving a First. He is now staying for an additional year, having been selected to the Management Studies course at the Cambridge Judge Business School. Hamish loves history and language-learning and he’s keen to share that passion with others. The range of his didactic experience includes tutoring Latin for Common Entrance and rowing coaching.

Hana

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Hana is a recent MSc graduate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Queen Mary University of London, following a BSc (Hons) in Genetics. She is currently a Research Assistant at Queen Mary and is an experienced tutor in Maths, Science and English.

Harry

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Harry has tutored extensively for over six years, focusing on English for all ages and Maths up to 11+. He prides himself on ensuring his sessions are varied, engaging and fun, helping students to take total ownership of their work and fulfil their learning potential. He currently tutors online from South Korea, where he also works as an actor and entertainer.

Hana

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Hana is currently a third year medical student at the University of Cambridge. She achieved A*A*A in biology, chemistry and maths at A-level, and 11 A*’s at GCSE. She has worked with KS3, GCSE and A-level students and she is best suited to teaching Maths and Science at these levels, as well as providing support for medicine applications and entrance exams (UCAT and BMAT). Outside of her studies she is a keen pianist and enjoys running, as well as travelling with friends.

Harry

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Harry is currently undertaking a combined Computer Science and Neuroscience PhD at the University of Glasgow, having previously obtained an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from the University of Sussex and an MSc in Clinical Trials and Research from University College London. He has gained a wealth of experience in biological science through his degrees and work and is dedicated at making Biology more accessible and attainable to younger people. As a tutor he is particularly focused on helping students excel in GCSE Biology. Outside of work and education he is a keen long-distance cyclist and electronic musician.

Hector

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Hector has recently graduated from Oxford with a first class degree in History. He achieved a D1 in pre-U English (equivalent to an A** at A Level), a D2 in History (equivalent to an A*) and an A in A level Latin at Eton College. Hector has experience tutoring students for school entrance for 11+ and Common Entrance English and maths as well as for any university applications. In Hector’s spare time he enjoys playing rugby and chess.

Isabella

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Isabella is currently studying Medicine at University College London. For her A-Levels, she studied Chemistry, Maths, Biology and Latin achieving A*A*AA, and at GCSE, she scored seven 9s and three 8s. She has a strong passion for education, as seen in her various volunteering roles aimed at widening access to education as well as her previous tutoring experience. In her free time, Isabella enjoys reading, playing guitar and spending time with her friends.

Isobel

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Isobel is a secondary school English teacher in South London. Having previously recieved a first class degree in English and Drama from the University of Birmingham, she went on to complete her Postgraduate Certificate of Education at UCL’s Institute of Education. She is an experienced tutor with over 5 years experience. She is also TEFL qualified with a years ESOL experience in Vietnam. Outside of teaching she loves the outdoors, reading and music.

Iza

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Iza graduated with a first class degree in engineering from the University of Warwick and is now completing a masters at UCL on Global Governance with Ethics. She has extensive tutoring experience, teaching Maths, Physics, Economics, Business and Spanish up to A level. She plays competitive basketball, loves most sports and enjoys listening to music.

Izzy

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Izzy is a final year student and Academic Scholar at the University of Cambridge, where she studies Modern and Medieval Languages. She specialises in French and Italian, and is also half Spanish. Achieving 3 A*s at A-level (History, Spanish, French Pre-U), and 12 A*s at GCSEs (including English language, English literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths, all of which she is able to tutor to GCSE level). Izzy is also experienced with Personal Statement and CV writing, as well as with Oxbridge / University interview preparation. Outside of academia, Izzy is an accomplished musician and former Queens College Choral Scholar at Cambridge.

Jack

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Jack graduated with a Biomedical Science degree from the University of Aberdeen, obtaining a first-class honours, and is currently studying Medicine at King’s College London. He has acquired considerable experience teaching Biology, Chemistry and Maths GCSE and is enjoys empowering his students to be self-motivated about their work. In his spare time, Jack enjoys playing football for the university team.

Jacob

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Jacob is a University of Manchester graduate who specialises in English tuition for students from 11+ to A Level with nearly five years experience, encompassing comprehension questions, exam technique and creative writing. In his spare time, he makes music, freelances and plays highly competitive Jenga.

Jack

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Jack is currently in his second year of reading Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford, having achieved three A*s in History, Politics and Economics at A-level. He has a passion for all three of the subjects he is studying at university, as well as maintaining a keen interest in History. He enjoys teaching any of his A-level subjects, as well as giving more direct help for those wanting to get into Oxbridge – with Jack having experience conducting practice interviews. Outside of academic, Jack is a keen football and rugby player, as well as regularly playing golf and going to the gym.

Jacqueline

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Jacqueline is a fully qualified teacher with 16 years’ experience teaching in primary schools across London. She has taught children from 5 – 11 in a classroom setting and children aged 11 – 16 with special needs. She has a BA in Education and English Literature and a PGCE in primary education. Jacqueline believes wholeheartedly in individualised learning and responsive teaching to cater for each child’s needs. She has studied dance and drama at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and has produced many children’s productions and can also be found regularly treading the boards with her local theatre group.

Jack

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Jack is currently studying Classics at the University of Oxford. He has a passion for making ancient languages more accessible, and specialises in teaching Latin and Greek from beginner to advanced levels. He was a King’s Scholar at Eton College, achieving A* grades across the board at GCSE and A-Level. In his spare time, Jack enjoys playing rugby and listening to musical theatre.

Jack

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Jack studied English and Classics at the University of Bristol where he graduated with First Class Honours. He later completed a Master’s in Modern English Literature at University College London, graduating with Distinction. Since university, Jack has worked as a culture journalist for a number of national newspapers including the Guardian and the Telegraph. He enjoys helping students take their English language skills to the next level, whether they’re preparing to study at university or are complete beginners. Jack writes short stories, poetry and plays, and takes pride in inspiring a love of English in his students.

James

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James is currently studying Medicine at Kings College London, having graduated with First Class Honours in Biomedical Science from the University of Kent. He enjoys teaching Biology, Chemistry and Physics with students of all ages up to GCSE level, and Maths and English to students working towards 11+ and 13+ exams. He holds a CPD accredited tutor training certificate and his time living abroad in Spain has provided experience of multiple curriculums. He has also assisted in MSc applications to UK universities. In his spare time he enjoys musical theatre and discovering the great variety of food that London has to offer!

James

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James is currently in his final year at the University of Warwick studying BSc Business Management, having achieved 3 A* at A-Level in Business, Geography and History, and 8 A* and 2 As at GCSE. He is well-suited to teaching Business and Geography and is also very passionate about History. In his spare time, James enjoys going to the gym, playing tennis and reading.

Jamie

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Jamie has just graduated with a First Class degree in Mathematics from the University of Sussex. He has been teaching and working with children since the age of 16, coaching tennis and rugby to a variety of ages. He also has experience in working with groups as well as one-to-one.

James

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James is an experienced English teacher, currently working as 2nd in the English Department at a London secondary school. He has taught across the state and independent sectors from ages 11 to 18. James’ specialism is in English Language, having gained his undergraduate degree in English Language and Communication at King’s College London, before completing his PGDE at UCL’s Institute of Education. James has expertise with the AQA and Edexcel boards at GCSE, International GCSE, A Level and International A Level as well as the IB MYP. James loves reading in his spare time, particularly fantasy and science fiction.

Jane

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Jane has 6 years of experience tutoring A-Level Psychology, GCSE psychology, Oxbridge interview training, university applications, and international curricula such as the IB and AP programmes. Her lessons are centred around exam preparation, content review, and essay writing. Jane obtained her MSc in Clinical Mental Health Sciences at UCL and her BA in Experimental Psychology at University of Oxford. She is currently a PhD student in Psychiatry at UCL and works part-time as a teaching assistant for graduate students. Her main academic interests are in eating disorders, children and young people mental health, and psychiatric epidemiology.

Jasmine

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Jasmine is a qualified Secondary Maths Teacher having studied at Roehampton University after completing a Maths degree at the University of Sussex last year. She studied Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A level, while tutoring GCSE students in Maths and Science. Jasmine has also been a staff member with Forest School Camps since she was 18, and therefore has worked with children aged 7-17 on yearly summer camping expeditions. In her free time she enjoys gardening, baking and camping.

Javier

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Javier recently graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in Psychology, achieving a 2:1. Having taken several courses focused on developmental psychology, including an educational module, he has a keen interest in supporting student learning and has applied this in past tutoring experience, having previously assisted Oxbridge applications and GCSE exam tuition. He also gained 10 A* at GCSE level and A*-A at A level in Maths, Spanish and Geography. Beyond psychology, Javier enjoys making art, practicing taekwondo and exploring his heritage through South American literature.

Jenni

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Jenni graduated from the University of Bristol in 2020 and has enjoyed tutoring for 5 years. She has worked in a primary school for the past two years and is accomplished at teaching both Maths and English to students preparing for 11+ exams. She is patient and kind and builds her lessons around the individual to ensure that they learn to the best of their abilities. In her free time, Jenni enjoys anything creative from performing music to painting and embroidery.

James

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James is a 4th year student of medicine at the University of Cambridge. James’s academic record is excellent, having achieved 4 A*s in his A levels in Maths, Chemistry, Biology and French, and achieved 11 A*s in his GCSEs. He was frequently awarded subject prizes for top of the year, and also achieved a Gold Award in the Cambridge Chemistry Olympiad in sixth form. He is an enthusiastic linguist and continues his French studies at university (C1 level). James is happy tutoring Chemistry, Biology, Maths and French. He is also able to help with medical school applications, especially for Oxbridge. Outside of class, James is a lover of music, having passed his DipABRSM in classical piano at age 13, and now gigs regularly in bands and as a soloist playing jazz piano.

Jessica

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Jessica is currently teaching secondary University Preparation English and Social Sciences in a Canadian Adult Education School. She has 13 years of experience teaching elementary, intermediate and secondary levels but her area of interest is teaching secondary creative and formal writing and English literatures. In her day to day teaching, Jessica focuses on making connections with students, meeting their needs and engaging them to create the best opportunities for academic growth. Outside of teaching, she is a mother of two and enjoys running, painting and cooking.

Jill

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Jill has twenty five years experience in early years education. She has spent the last fourteen years teaching reception class in an independent school . During her time at this setting she also developed a yoga and mindfulness programme aimed at children from 2 to 12 years of age. Jill has tutored many EFL students in English conversation, reading and writing and worked with children in key stage one requiring additional support with literacy and numeracy skills. She is passionate about promoting positive dispositions towards learning and proactive towards fostering a growth mindset in her students. In her spare time, Jill practices yoga, enjoys wild swimming and visiting art galleries with friends.

Jess

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Jess completed a PGCSE at the University of Herfordshire and received a first for her Bachelor in Education in Early Years. She has been teaching in Essex for 3 years with 2 years teaching in a Year 2 class. She has experience tutoring children in the 7+ and 11+ examinations. Jess enjoys socialising with friends, trying new things and completing challenges such as the Tough Mudder endurance course!

Joe

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Joe is a third year Computer Science undergraduate student at Durham University and will be also undertaking a Masters in Computer Science commencing in September. He achieved an A* in Maths, Further Maths and Computer Science at A Level. At university, Joe has expanded his passion for Computer Science beyond his degree in a professional capacity, undertaking projects with IBM and Doncaster Royal Infirmary, as well as completing an internship with Orbus Software. Joe has had experience tutoring Computer Science and Maths at both GCSE and A Level. He is looking forward to sharing his passion for both these disciplines with students.

Joel

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Joel is a 4th year Medical Student at the University of Oxford. After receiving a 1st Class Honours mark in his first Bachelor’s degree from Oxford, he is continuing the pursuit of becoming a doctor over the next few years. Joel achieved 3A*s in A-level Maths, Biology and Chemistry, as well as nine grade 9s and one grade 7 in his GCSEs. He has lots of previous tutoring experience, helping students achieve top grades in their GCSEs. As well as Maths and Science, Joel enjoys teaching P.E. because it aligns with his passion for human biology. He took his GCSE exam a year early and since then studied exercise physiology as part of his medicine degree at Oxford. Alongside this, he has provided Oxbridge application and interview support, for Medicine and Biomedical sciences, to multiple A-level students, all of which received an offer to study at the prestigious universities. Joel is also the captain of the Oxford University American Football team and the recipient of both academic and athletic scholarships from Oxford University.

Jonny

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Jonny is a final year medical student at King’s College London. He has an intercalated degree in Primary Care. For A level, he studied chemistry biology and history, and continues to have an interest in science and art subjects. In his spare time, he enjoys watching Manchester United and is the president of the university paediatric surgery society. He has previously taught maths to primary school children and is part of a medic mentoring charity, helping students get into medicine. He prides himself on good communication skills and ensuring a comfortable learning environment.

Jose

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Jose is a native Spanish speaker from the Canary Islands, Spain. He graduated from the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria with a teaching degree in Primary Education specialising in English. He also has a certificate to conduct and grade exams in Spanish A1, A2 and B1. Additionally, Jose has worked as a swimming instructor at a swimming club in Gran Canaria with children from the age of 5 to18. He has participated in two different academic exchanges at the age of 16 and 17 in Karlshamn, Sweden, where he spent two weeks living and sharing experiences with a Swedish family. Jose currently lives in London, where he has spent three years working as a teaching assistant with SEND students and teaching Spanish across all year groups in the school. Jose is comfortable with and enjoys teaching Spanish to any level, as well as teaching maths, science and English to children at the primary level. In his spare time, Jose enjoys swimming, hiking and reading books.

Josie

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Josie recently graduated from the University of Oxford in November 2023. She studied an integrated 4-year Masters Chemistry degree, with her final year spent in a research lab focusing on the study of colloidal stability in aqueous liquids. As for her strong academic background, she achieved A*A*A*A in Maths, Chemistry, Further Maths and Economics at A-Level, and was awarded 9A*s and 2As at GCSE. Josie has extensive experience tutoring maths and science from KS3 to A-Level, appreciating different learning styles and adeptly breaking down concepts in a straightforward yet comprehensive manner. In her tutoring sessions, she understands the importance of recall, application and the integration of the exam board syllabus for achieving success in maths and science subjects. In addition to subject tutoring, she has experience mentoring people through university admissions processes. In her free time, Josie enjoys reading, Ballroom and Latin dancing and singing.

Joe

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Joe is a student at the University of Manchester studying an integrated masters course in chemistry. He attended RGS Worcester where he achieved A*s in chemistry and biology at A-level, a Scholarship award for Chemistry and five 9’s at GCSE. Outside of his studies Joe enjoys playing squash and spending time with friends.

James

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James has recently graduated from the University of Oxford with a degree in History, after studying History, Geography and Maths at A-Level. He is an enthusiastic and experienced tutor in Maths and English up to GCSE level, and has previously worked with students preparing for the 11 plus. James is also confident tutoring History and Geography students up to A-Level, and has experience mentoring succesful History applicants through the Oxbridge aptitude test and interviews. In his free time, James is a passionate rugby fan, regularly going to support his local team, Saracens.

Josh

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Josh is a Secondary School English teacher in South London, whilst studying a part-time Masters in Inclusive Education, Specialising in Autism. Alongside having tutored English (KS2, KS3, GCSE and A Level), Maths (KS2) and English as a Foreign Language (Adult, A2-B2 CEFR), Josh has a PGCE (IOE), a BA degree in English and Related Literature from the University of York and is a CELTA trained English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher – he has taught in Italy and Greece for a year each to students aged 2-75 to a range of levels. He has also spent a year as a teaching assistant in an SEN school. In his spare time, Josh enjoys theatre, yoga and dance! He believes that tutoring should be about making learning accessible and engaging for all.

Jamie

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Jamie is a recent graduate with first-class honours from the Loughborough University where he earned a master’s in Mechanical Engineering, achieving A grade in Maths, Physics and Chemistry at A Level. Following his role at EDF R&D (UK), Jamie has gained a passion for research in renewable energy and is looking to complete his PhD over the coming years. He is comfortable tutoring Maths, Physics and Further Maths at 11+, GSCE and A level. He has experience working with individuals of all abilities and age ranges, including giving lectures to Liverpool University and coaching his local U14 rugby team. Originally being from Devon, Jamie has grown up surfing and kitesurfing, and has recently spent six months skiing in Canada.

JT

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JT graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and Theatre Arts. He currently works as a substitute teacher in London and has several years’ experience teaching up to GCSE level Maths, English and Science. Prior to moving to the UK, he attended the prestigious Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City, taking part in their three-year acting conservatory program, where he also taught Maths to students grades 9-12 and developed strategies for combating test-taking anxiety. He is an actor, writer and director, and spent a full year as a Bruce E. Coyle Intern at the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park where he worked as both a teaching artist and mainstage actor. As part of the program, he taught drama classes in schools around the Greater Cincinnati Area for children ages 6 to 11. He enjoys delivering Improv and Dungeons and Dragons on Zoom.

Jack

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Jack achieved a Masters in 2021 from the University of Edinburgh with 1st Class Joint Honours in Philosophy, Theology and Mathematics. After graduating, Jack spent time at the NHS working to help improve post-pandemic A&Es and teaching doctors and nurses how to use new healthcare softwares. Jack has experience teaching Mathematics up to GSCE and has a knack for making the complicated seem simple with a particular penchant for teaching 11+ – something he took himself many moons ago. While a student at Kingston Grammar School, he was a keen rower and actor who both raced at the National Schools Regatta and performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Jessica

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Jessica is a 4th year medical student at Oxford University, having achieved 4 A*s in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths A-level. Jessica has successfully tutored students through medical school applications, focussing on helping students master the UCAT (for which she achieved a top 1% score), BMAT and interviews. Jessica also has extensive experience in tutoring GCSE biology, chemistry and maths. In her free time, she enjoys playing the drums in jazz bands and playing netball at university.

Juliet

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Juliet is currently studying French at the University of Oxford and is passionate about learning languages. She achieved two A*s and an A at A-Level in History, French and German – all subjects she teaches at GCSE and A level – as well as ten 9s at GCSE. In her spare time, she enjoys playing classical piano, having obtained her Advanced Performer’s Certificate.

Kaiden

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Kaiden is currently studying Computer Science at the University of Manchester and can tutor Maths and Computer Science at GCSE and A-Level. He achieved three A*s in Maths, Further Maths and Computer Science at A-Level as well as five 9s and four 8s in his GCSEs. Kaiden has prior experience teaching GCSE Maths, adapting to the specific needs of each student. In his free time, he is a passionate football fan and regularly watches his team Manchester United.

Kate

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Kate is studying for a Master’s in Child and Adolescent Mental Health at UCL. She is a Cambridge graduate with a Bachelor’s in Psychological and Behavioural Sciences and has an A* in A level Psychology. She has experience tutoring GCSE and A level Psychology with various exam boards, essay writing and Oxbridge applications. She is also able to tutor GCSE Biology and P.E. as well as Maths, English and the Sciences to students preparing for 11+ and 13+ exams. She loves to make sessions as engaging as possible and adaptable to individuals’ learning styles, and also has experience working with neurodivergent children and adolescents. In her spare time, Kate loves to play sports. She competed in gymnastics to a national standard, was part of the Cambridge Blues cheerleading team, and now plays football.

Katie

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Katie is currently in her second year reading Geography at the University of Oxford. She achieved 3 A*s at A-Level in Geography, Biology and Psychology, as well as 9 A*s and 2 As at GCSE. She absolutely loves teaching a range of subjects from English to Science in addition to helping Geography Oxbridge applicants. Outside of academics, Katie enjoys the gym, captains the college netball team, and has a passion for painting.

Kez

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Kez is a second year undergraduate student studying Human Sciences at Oxford. She achieved nine 9s at GCSE and three A*s at A-level for Geography, Biology and French. She has experience teaching GCSE and A-level biology and French revision classes and leading small revision groups. In her spare time she enjoys making and altering clothes.

Kim

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Kim graduated with a first-class integrated master’s degree in Applied Mathematics (MMORSE) from the University of Warwick and after two years working as a Data Analyst in the city, decided to pursue a career in Education. She is currently a secondary school Mathematics teacher with seven years’ classroom experience as well as experience outside of school tutoring individuals, particularly in preparation for their GCSE examinations. In her spare time, Kim is an avid street and tap dancer and enjoys baking, walking her dog, Marvin, and trips to the theatre.

Kirstie

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Kirstie is a fully qualified and experienced teacher and secondary level middle leader who has headed up an English department for the last seven years. She has a wealth of experience of teaching at KS3 and GCSE level across qualifications and exam boards. Kirstie is also a board certified examiner for English, further enhancing her ability to support students to achieve their potential. In her spare time Kirstie enjoys reading, playing tennis and skiing!

Krish

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Krish is in his second year at Cambridge, studying French & Spanish. He achieved A*A*A at A level (French, Spanish, Economics) and 12A* at GCSE (inc. Mathematics, English Lit, English Lang, Biology, Chemistry, Physics). He enjoys tutoring at GCSE level or below, and is also happy to guide and mentor through the Oxbridge languages application process. Aside from academia, he’s an avid football fan, and enjoys playing the saxophone.

Krishan

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Krishan is a sixth year medical student at Cambridge university, who obtained 3 A* at A-Level, 14A* at GCSE and 757.5 in the UCAT. He has immense experience helping students with the admissions process and designing personalised Oxbridge mock interview prep. His past students have an 85% acceptance rate for Oxbridge medicine applications. He draws on proven lesson plans, while also tailoring each lesson individually to the student’s needs. He is extremely flexible with times, making his students a priority. Krishan has 500+ hours of experience over the past 5 years, teaching Maths and Science online and in person. Outside of tutoring, Krishan is a keen tennis player and musician.

Laure

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Laure has recently graduated from University of Warwick with a 1st in Biological Sciences. Having obtained seven 9’s and two 8’s at GCSE, Laure is happy to teach a range of subjects and focuses on Chemistry, Geography, Maths up to GCSE and Biology up to A-level. Outside of tutoring, Laure enjoys voluntary work at girlguides and Lewisham hospital, which has taught her the value of building a bond with those she wishes to help.

Lauren

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Lauren is currently in her second year studying Modern languages and Cultures (French, Spanish and Italian) at Durham University. She achieved 3 A*s in A level French, Spanish and Chemistry and an A* in her EPQ on Catalan Independence. She also achieved seven 9’s, two 8’s and an A in Further Maths GCSE. She loves tutoring a variety of ages particularly 11+ preparation (including reasoning), 13+/GCSE English, French, Spanish and Chemistry and A level languages as well as helping with university admissions. Outside of academia, Lauren is very social, a keen netball player, writes for university newspapers and has a passion for travel.

Laurence

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Laurence graduated from the University of Oxford with a First Class BA Honours in Geography. He achieved 10A*s and 1A at GCSE and 2A*s and an A at A-Level. Laurence has experience tutoring Geography and German up to A-Level standard and has also supported prospective Oxbridge applicants with their Personal Statement and interview preparation. In his free time, Laurence plays Touch Rugby with the London Vipers team and has developed a passion for watching amateur stand-up comedy.

Kira

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Kira is a British-Canadian citizen. She grew up in Canada, and has lived in North America and Europe. She graduated from the University of Essex in 2021 with a BA Degree in Acting and has been living in London ever since. She has educational and pastoral experience working in primary schools and enjoys a variety of subjects including English and Maths. She is experienced in tutoring English, Maths, Verbal and Non-Verbal reasoning for the 7+ and 11+ exams as well as tutoring English and Maths in general. She is passionate about empowering individuals to find their strengths, passions and methods of learning that are best suited to them. She immersed herself in French culture by living in Paris for two years where she studied and became fluent in spoken French. Kira has experience working as a Nanny, helping with after school care and school work. She is very passionate about the performing arts, music and sports. She trained as a lifeguard and swim instructor, she has completed first aid and CPR-C. Kira also loves writing and has written independent film and TV scripts, most recently the feature film, The Pines Still Whisper, set to be released in early 2023.

Lara

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Lara is a 4th year Medical student at the University of Cambridge. She achieved 11A*s at GCSE and 3A*s at A-Level in Biology, Chemistry and Maths. She has 3 years of experience teaching GCSE Maths, Physics and Chemistry as well as GCSE and A Level Biology for students of all abilities. She obtained an intercalated bachelor’s degree in Education & Psychology which has enhanced her understanding of the needs of young learners. She always aims to make her lessons interactive and fun for her students. In her spare time, Lara likes to play tennis and watch football with her friends.

Liliana

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Lilianna has a degree in Primary Education and a masters in Children’s Studies. She has been teaching in the UK for over 5 years and has been in the education sector for 12 years. She is fluent in both Portuguese and Spanish. Liliana is able to teach English and Maths for 11plus. In her free time she can be known to teach yoga!

Liz

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Liz graduated from the University of York with a First in English Literature (BA Hons) before receiving a scholarship to pursue an MA at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She has extensive experience tutoring English, and loves creating supportive teaching environments in which students of all ages and abilities can meet their personal goals. In her free time, Liz enjoys writing, hill walking and playing the tin whistle (badly).

Lorena

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Lorena, originally from Spain, moved to London 5 years ago. Back in Spain, she was an English teacher for 4 years and tutor for 2. She got her 1st honours degree in psychology in Madrid. Lorena moved to London 5 years ago where she worked as a Learning Support Assistant with students from 5 to 22 years old. She’s just completed an MSc in Educational Neuroscience and it’s now training to become a registered psychologist. With more than 9 years of experience in education, Lorena enjoys helping learners to achieve their goals while teaching languages.

Lottie

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Lottie has 12 years experience teaching primary aged children, both in class and mentoring one-to-one. She specialises in tutoring Maths and English, in particular for SATs and entrance exams. Lottie graduated in Music BA(Hons) from the University of York and gained a masters from Mountview Academy. When not teaching she loves climbing, playing the ukulele and travelling to new places.

Luca

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Luca graduated from the University of Sussex with a first class BSc Honours in Psychology. He is very passionate about the subject, with particular interest in consciousness, the measurable psychological changes associated with meditation and sport psychology, knowledge of which he uses consistently as a professionally Muay Thai fighter in his spare time. He has over 3 years experience tutoring students from different backgrounds; ranging from Oxbridge applicants to homeschooled groups to classes for children with SEND. He has also worked as the Head of Psychology at a tutorial college in Oxford, taking both classes and individual students through their entire A-Level or GCSE syllabus and preparing them for exams. He is comfortable teaching students of all abilities and will tailor sessions to directly meet the individual’s needs.

Lucy

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Lucy is currently completing her undergraduate degree in Geography at the University of Oxford having achieved 6 9s, 2 8s, and a Distinction* at GCSE and A*A*A* in Geography, Spanish, and Biology A-Level. She really loved learning Spanish at this level and has experience tutoring GCSE students in this subject, helping them to focus on grammar, vocabulary, and confidence. Now, studying geography, Lucy’s focus is on place, society, and environmental elements, but she is eager to maintain a high level of Spanish. Lucy also has a keen interest in sport, balancing her studies with playing for the university basketball team.

Luke

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Luke is in his third year studying Chemistry at St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford. Growing up in Brighton, he achieved all A*s in Maths, Further Maths, Physics, and Chemistry. He loves teaching these areas and has plenty of experience doing so at both GCSE and A level. Outside of his studies, he is a massive football and cricket fan, and also enjoys cooking.

Lukas

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Lukas is currently a Masters student at the University or Oxford, pursuing a degree in Renaissance Literature and Material Culture, focusing on religious poetry of the 1600s. He studied at St Catherine’s College Oxford for his undergraduate degree, reading English Language and Literature. At A level he studied English, History and Economics (A*, A, A). He is passionate about teaching English, especially poetry, and is experienced with a wide variety of literary material, history, and approaches. Outside of literature, he is interested in film, music and athletics.

Luke

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Luke is currently studying for his undergraduate degree in Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford. A keen linguist, Luke achieved A*s in Spanish and German, as well as an A in History at A-Level. He has experience tutoring GCSE and A level students in these subjects and spent several months on an educational cultural exchange program with pupils at a local middle school in Taiwan. In his spare time, Luke enjoys reading about history, keeping up to date on current affairs and travelling. He spent a year living and studying in Taiwan and a summer travelling through Central Asia and China.

Maeve

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Maeve is a Qualified and Experienced Primary School Teacher across all age groups; 3 – 11 years. She has taught for seven years across Independent and State Schools. Previously she worked at the British International School, New York as Head of Early Years. Whilst there, she successfully transitioned classes from in person learning to remote learning using and building on platforms such as seesaw, pear deck and screencastify to deliver high quality lessons. Prior to that Maeve taught in London as Year 2 Lead and Head of Maths which included teaching and preparing Year 2 and Year 6 children for their SATS examinations. Maeve received her PGCE Level 7 Masters Credits (2015) at Oxford Brookes University and for her undergraduate course, Maeve studied Philosophy and Classics at Nottingham University BA Joint Hons (2013) When not teaching Maeve enjoys training for marathons and raising money for charities!

Malachy

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Malachy is currently in his second year reading Geography at the University of Oxford. He achieved 4A*s at A-level Geography, Mathematics, Biology and English Literature, as well as nine 9’s, one 8 and an A* at GCSE. Malachy is a passionate Geographer, and has experience tutoring Geography A-level. In his free time, Malachy is a keen reader, enjoys swimming and plays the trumpet.

Maia

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Maia is in her third year at Cambridge University reading English. She is a native English, Hebrew, and French speaker and has a rich tutoring experience in four different countries. Maia specialises in French, English, Hebrew, History, Philosophy, and Oxbridge preparations, as well as GSCE-level mathematics. Spending a year teaching English to Israeli and Palestinian children at the Peace Centre at Jaffa, she also has a rich experience in ESL tutoring and is attentive to creating a program that stimulates students’ interests. In her free time, she is usually at the Cinema or playing the violin.

Maisha

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Maisha is a 4th year medical student at the University of Cambridge who achieved 10 A*s in her GCSEs and 4 A*s in A-Level Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry. She has extensive experience in tutoring students in GCSE Maths, Biology and Chemistry. Additionally, she can offer support for university admissions interviews and personal statement guidance for medical school applications. Beyond academics, she has keen interest in languages.

Marcos

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Marcos graduated Bournemouth University with a 1st class honours agree after studying (and greatly enjoying) English literature all the way through GCSE and A-level. After graduating, Marcos spent six months in the USA teaching English, Drama and even Magic to children from New York and Chicago – as a result, he is suited to teaching maths and English up to GCSE but likes to focus on 11+ and Common Entrance. Formally a professional magician, Marcos now like to spend his time reading, writing scripts, exercising, and spending far too many hours playing chess.

Matt

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Matt is a qualified Secondary English Teacher, having completed his teacher training at UCL Institute of Education in July 2020. He has a Sociology degree from Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge and is a CELTA trained English as a Foreign Language (EFL) teacher. After completing his CELTA, Matt lived in Vietnam for a year where he taught EFL to young learners between the ages of five and sixteen. Besides English teaching and tutoring, Matt enjoys football, playing guitar, reading and cooking.

Max

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Max recently graduated from the University of Cambridge with a first-class Bachelors degree in Zoology. At A-Level, he achieved A*s in Chemistry, Biology and Maths, whilst at GCSE level he achieved a grade 9 in Chemistry, Biology, Maths, Physics, Geography and History. He has extensive teaching experience, especially in the fields of Chemistry, Biology and Maths, and loves to help students reach their academic goals. Outside of academia, Max’s interests include conservation, football and travelling the world!

Michaela

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Michaela is studying towards her Master’s in Economic Policy for International Development at the London School of Economics. She graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honour’s) in Economics from the University of Cape Town, and with a Bachelor of Commerce in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, where she graduated top of her class. Michaela has seven years of experience working with children ages 10 – 18, working with them on English, Maths, and Economics. She has also served as a debating coach for school, provincial, and the national debating teams in South Africa. In her spare time, Michaela enjoys playing and watching football, and dogspotting in parks around London.

Mike

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Mike graduated with a degree in History from the University of Leeds. He has taught in primary schools for 10 years, whilst tutoring Maths and English to many successful 11+ and Common Entrance applicants. In his spare time he is an avid dancer and is also learning French.

Milla

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Milla is a final year Politics and Sociology student at UCL, after having achieved A*A*B in her A-levels for Politics, English Literature and Economics. She greatly enjoyed learning Politics and English at A-level, and she wants to continue passing on her passion and experience to those following a similar path. She is a patient and great communicator, and loves working with others. Outside of university, she plays competitive tennis.

Millie

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Millie is a teaching assistant and tutor who specialises in essay subjects, 11+ training, and working with SEND children. She has an English degree from Bristol University, achieved three A*s in her A-levels, grades A*-B in her GCSEs, and full marks in her 11+. She is kind and patient, and believes in making learning fun and interesting in order to help students fulfil their potential.

Mimi

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Mimi is currently in the second year of her MFA in creative writing at NYU, having graduated with a first in English Literature and American Studies from the University of Sussex. She has experience teaching English, but is also suited to teaching History, RE, Sociology and Media to all ages. She is also able to help students with entrance exam, GCSE and A-Level prep. In her spare time, she likes to read, write and eat noodles.

 Miranda

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Miranda has worked in Nursery/Primary Education for the last 35 years. She is a qualified Learning Support teacher (OCR level 5) and has had extensive experience working with dyslexic and dyspraxic children.  For the last ten years she has worked at a leading independent prep school in Oxford teaching children on a one-to-one basis and supporting them in the classroom. Miranda has recently moved to London and looking to further her career as our SEN tutor at Superior Learning.

Maia

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Maia is a qualified teacher with years of experience working with primary school aged students particularly in Key Stage 2. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in History from University of Victoria, Bachelor of Education from University of British Columbia, and a Diploma in Teacher Librarianship from Queen’s University. Maia is suited to teach 7+ preparation to 11+. Outside of teaching, she loves to travel, cook, and read.

Modar

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Modar has over 5 years of tutoring experience teaching maths, science and english topics for 5+ and 7+ students. He also teaches maths and science topics all the way up to GCSE. He is passionate in helping his students learn in a fun, unique and engaging way. He likes incorporating personalised teaching techniques based on his students skills as well as their individual different ways of learning. He believes that the teacher is the one that makes or breaks any subject and it is therefore vital to show the student the interesting side of any topic. He has helped students with exam preparation, boosting confidence in weaker areas and helping them learn new topics to stay ahead at school. Modar has previously completed an undergraduate degree in bioscience, a masters in human nutrition and is currently studying medicine at Kings College London. He also works as a qualified nutritionist helping people reach their goals through nutritional education and customised meal plans. Helping a student or a client reach a certain goal is the most rewarding feeling for Modar. Outside of tutoring, he enjoys cycling around the streets of London and doing handstands at your local gym

Molly

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Molly graduated with a degree in Medical Sciences from the University of Edinburgh and now studies Medicine at King’s College London. She has experience teaching GCSE level maths, biology and chemistry as well as the 11 plus curriculum. She understands the importance of building a close teacher-student relationship for effective learning and looks forward to meeting new students.

Maia

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Maia is in her third year studying Theology at Cambridge University, where she matriculated after graduating from LAMDA’s (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) Foundation Acting Diploma on her gap year. She is half-German and grew up in London, where she attended Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park. She attained three A*s in English, Religious Studies, and German. Maia has over 2 years and 100+ hours tutoring experience. She has also worked as a mentor and special needs assistant. During her university holidays, she works as a Lead Instructor in developmental education for ages 18mo-7 years. She is experienced across most stages of learning and specialises in KS2-3/11+ in English, and English and Religious Studies up to A Level. She is also experienced in KS1/2 Maths. She has extensive experience in Oxbridge prep, including mock interviews and personal statement tutoring. Since her time at LAMDA, she has tutored in drama school applications and coached acting students undertaking LAMDA exams and auditioning for further training. In her spare time, she acts and directs in student productions in Cambridge, plays for the University Netball Team, and works for Watersprite Film Festival.

Natalia

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Natalia is a qualified teacher for children in the Foundation Phase with vast experience in the SEN field. She has previously worked independently in a school teaching children between the ages of 7 and 10. Her work in a rural school with children who had learning difficulties, as well as the specialised private tutoring provided her with incredible training and knowledge in this specific area.

Nicole

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Nicole graduated from Imperial College London with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and achieved 2:1. She is a native Mandarin speaker from Beijing and she is also an experienced tutor with over 200 hours tutoring provided to students ranging from Year 5 to 13 (A-level). She enjoys not only teaching Mandarin, but also inspiring students with Chinese history, art and culture. Outside tutoring, she is an engineer working in transport industry in London, a dog lover, an origami enthusiast and a passionate cyclist.

Nazrin

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Nazrin is currently studying Medicine at King’s College London, with interests in Paediatrics and Obstetrics. She recently graduated from Queen Mary University with a BSc in Prehospital Medicine (1st Class (Hons)). She has over eight years of experience in healthcare and loves working with people of all ages. She is the Vice President of the university’s British Sign Language Society, for which she teaches other students BSL. As a science and technology enthusiast, she is eager to teach Science and Maths. In her spare time, she is learning Japanese but also enjoys cycling, bouldering and playing the guitar.

Natalia

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Natalia is a third year Engineering Science student, studying at the University of Oxford. She achieved A* A* A in A-level Maths, Further Maths and Physics, and now enjoys tutoring Maths and Physics at both GCSE and A-level. Natalia spends her free time playing a range of musical instruments and volunteering with the RNLI.

Nia

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Nia is an experienced tutor, writer and arts education consultant with more than 10 years of experience in developing and delivering schools programmes across the cultural sector. She has an undergraduate degree in English Literature and Language and an MA in Cultural and Creative Industries, both from King’s College London. She has experience in working with special needs and 11+ students and specialises in tutoring English from primary through to A level. In her spare time (when she can find any), Nia enjoys reading, travelling, cooking and eating!

Nicole

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Nicole is a recent Oxford University graduate, having read BA Music and achieving a high 2:1. She is a tutor with over 4 years of experience teaching GCSE and A-level English Language and Literature, German, History, and Music, including ABRSM Music Theory. Playing 4 musical instruments to a high standard, Nicole excels in teaching her students how to perform well under pressure, as well as encouraging their creativity. She enjoys working with all ages, from 11+ aged students preparing for their entrance exams, to university and beyond.

Nick

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Nick is a highly experienced, energetic primary school teacher who has taught a wide range of ages and disciplines across Key Stage 1 and 2, most recently in year 6. Nick worked as an Assistant Headteacher for 3 years where he led English and Assessment across a school of 700+ pupils. He is therefore an expert in pinpointing what children need to know to pass SATs as well as 11+ exams. Nick’s lessons are sharply focused on progress. Whilst learning is always at the heart of what he does, Nick’s approach is fun and child-led as he passionately believes that this is the best way of engaging pupils and building their confidence. Having stepped away from leadership in order to rediscover a work life balance and return to his first love of teaching, private tuition is a perfect fit for Nick.

Nicola

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Nicola graduated with a Bachelors of Education specialising in primary teaching. She taught at a British curriculum school in the UAE for 2 years before moving to the UK. Her teaching career has seen her teaching over EYFS, KS1 and KS2. She has experience teaching a wide range of primary subjects but has a strong passion for Literacy including reading and phonics.

Nicolas

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Graduating from Oxford International College and currently a second year medical student at Kings, Nicolas understand the dilemma and struggle that students went through during their A-levels. As an international Entry to Kings, he went through a more strenuous selection procedure compare to his cohort and was still able to excel in his A levels and admission process. As such, he could also offer advice and tutoring for medical school admission. Despite his young age, he has already led teaching sections in school societies and could best relate to how students should tackle various concepts and ideas. Nicolas achieved 4A* in Biology, Chemistry, Math and Chinese; being able to grasp concepts in a logical manner, he could help students to see through tricks in exam questions and obtain their targeted results.

Nicole

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Nicole is currently pursuing her master’s in International Development at the London School of Economics. Previously, she earned her Bachelor’s at the University of California, Berkeley, earning Highest Honors in her Political Science degree. Nicole has experience working with children ages 2-15 tutoring the English language and English as a subject. Nicole is best suited to doing maths and English up to and including 11+ and also available to work on SAT prep and university applications for US and UK schools. Outside of the classroom Nicole loves reading, exploring London, and listening to Taylor Swift.

Obada

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Obada is a 4th year medical student at King’s College London. He has a wealth of experience teaching A-level Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology, as well as a wide range of GCSE subjects. In addition, he has been heavily involved in aiding students in their applications to being accepted to study medicine at some of the top universities in the world. Being fluent in both English and Arabic allows him to communicate with a wide range of people from different backgrounds. Some of his passions outside of medicine include sports such as swimming and marital arts, as well as being involved in a start-up mobile app business. He is also involved in research projects related to medical/health tech innovations in the aims of revolutionising healthcare.

Oliver

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Oliver has over eight years’ teaching experience, specialising in GCSE and A Level English. He particularly enjoys teaching literature, especially poetry, and helping students to develop their essay-writing technique. He is currently doing a PhD in Urban Studies at UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), having graduated from the University of Leeds with a First Class degree in Russian and a distinction in his Master’s, also from UCL SSEES. In his spare time, he loves to cook and watch cricket.

Oliver

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Oliver graduated from the University of Kent with a bachelor’s degree in Politics and International Relations and a master’s degree in International Business and Management, obtaining a 2:1 and a Merit respectively. After traveling around mainland China for two months, he taught English at a vocational college in Hong Kong. Oliver’s passions include playing the guitar, learning Mandarin, traveling, and hiking. In addition to general English tutoring, he can also help with IELTS, CV, and job interview preparation, as well as 11+ and Common Entrance maths and English.

Oliver

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Oliver received his BA Hons from UEA and PGCE from Durham University. He has taught in primary and secondary schools and sixth form colleges. He plays and teaches the saxophone and has performed at Glastonbury, Hyde Park and The London Jazz Festivals. He is a licensed therapist currently training to become a psychoanalyst and runs a private therapy practice.

Olivia

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Olivia is a 3rd year law student at University College London. Having grown up trilingually, she enjoys teaching languages, specifically English, French and German. However, her IB Diploma covered a range of 7 subjects, including Economics and Biology. She has worked with children between the ages of 8 and 16, and has tutored throughout her time at school and university. In her spare time, Olivia is an avid reader and swimmer and holds a volunteering position at the Citizen’s Advice Bureau.

Olly

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Olly is a 3rd year Philosophy, Politics and Economics student at the University of Nottingham. He achieved 3A*s at A Level and an A* in his EPQ and he is passionate about Politics and Economics. Olly enjoys tutoring a variety of subjects from 7+ up to A-Level and has experience working with kids of all ages. Outside of his studies he enjoys playing cricket and running.

Oscar

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Oscar is currently in his final year of an International History degree at the London School of Economics, having achieved 2 A*s in History and Politics and an A in Biology at A Level and 9 A*s and 2 As at GCSE. Oscar has experience tutoring a wide range of subjects having worked at a Prep school during his gap year performing a variety of teaching roles and has also helped out with younger siblings at home. He enjoys teaching all subjects at 11 plus and common entrance level, as well as English, History and French at GCSE level. Oscar is also confident in teaching History and Politics to A level standard and helping students with personal statements and university admissions. Outside of academics, Oscar is an avid sportsman, having represented Harlequins and Brighton and Hove Albion at youth levels, and captains his university football team. He is also a keen drummer and an Arsenal season ticket holder.

Orlagh

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Orlagh has just completed her PPE finals at the University of Oxford. She achieved three A*’s and an A at A-level, studying Maths, Physics, English Literature and Biology, and 8 A* and two As at GCSE. Orlagh is an enthusiastic and experienced teacher, who values flexible communication to tailor teaching to the needs of the students. She enjoys teaching a wide range of subjects and levels, from 11+ to Oxbridge assessment. Outside of tutoring, Orlagh is a voracious reader who also enjoys painting, acting and cooking.

Owen

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Owen is an aspiring barrister specialising in company law. He graduated with First Class Honours in History from Durham University, the MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History from the University of Cambridge, the Graduate Diploma in Law from City University of London and the Barristers Training Course from Nottingham Law School. He has been tutoring for nearly a decade and thoroughly enjoys sharing his passion for learning with his students. In his spare time, Owen enjoys attending the opera, exploring art galleries, and country walks with his dog.

Panav

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Panav is currently in his third year studying History at the University of Cambridge and achieved A*A*A*A at A-Level. He enjoys tutoring Maths, History and Economics at GCSE and A-Level along with helping Oxbridge History applicants. Outside academia, he enjoys playing cricket and has represented Middlesex at county level.

Philip

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Philip is an undergraduate at UCL, currently reading English. Having finished his studies in 2021 at Haberdashers Boys with top grades in English, History and Politics and having experience tutoring students across the school years, he specialises in ensuring students develop the skills required to succeed in humanities subjects all the way from 11+ to A Levels. Having undergone research essays and a personal statement in areas he is passionate about such as Victorian and Renaissance literature, Philip is able to help English university applicants with their personal statement. Outside of the class Philip is an amateur actor enjoys playing football and tennis.

Pippa

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Pippa is a student at the University of Oxford. She has recently graduated with a BA in Biomedical sciences and is currently working towards a Masters in Research, investigating the influence of pH on the secretion of hormones. Next year, she is starting a PhD in cardiovascular sciences at UCL. She achieved 4A* at A levels in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further maths, and centres her tutoring lessons to help students achieve success in examinations. Pippa has over 2 years of tutoring experience, with ages ranging from 6 to 18. She has tutored for a variety of purposes, from 11+, GCSE and A-level revision, to University admissions tests (BMAT) and Oxbridge interview preparation. Outside of academics, Pippa plays for Oxford University Women’s 1st hockey team, a National Premiere BUCS team, and has achieved full blues in 2021 and 2022.

Prasadini

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Prasadini is a final year medical student at King’s College London, having graduated with an MSci in Biomedical science from St George’s University of London. She enjoys teaching Maths and Science up to GCSE level and preparing students for their 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. She also helps prospective medical students with all areas of their application, to maximise their chance of success. Due to her diverse experience, she is able to adapt to all learning styles and abilities, and closely with parents/guardians to meet all needs of her tutees. In her spare time, she likes to play piano and bake cakes.

Preven

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Originally born in France and therefore fluent in French, Preven completed his 11+ exams for both grammar and private schools and attended City of London School for Boys with a full academic scholarship. Since then, he has helped out children with their 11+ exams. In addition, he has had experience working with a charity and a primary school, helping support children struggling with any subjects. With his mother being a private tutor and a teaching assistant, he has also had experience teaching maths up to GCSE level since achieving an A* in Mathematics and an A in Additional Mathematics, with a total of 6 A*s and 3As for GCSE. Having recently graduated from City, University of London with a 2:1 in Economics with Accounting, he moved back to France for 6 months, working on his French and so is confident teaching French up to GCSE level.

Rachel

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Rachel is originally from Dublin, Ireland and has recently graduated from Oxford University with a Masters in Engineering Science, where she specialised in biomedical engineering. She has over three years of experience teaching a range of ages, and has previously taught Maths, Chemistry and Physics for GCSE and A-Level students. She can also provide guidance with university Engineering applications (particularly for Oxbridge entrance examinations). Beyond academics, Rachel plays a high standard of hockey, having achieved four full blues playing for the Oxford University Women’s 1st team.

Rebecca

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Rebecca graduated with a degree in Primary Education at the University of Notre Dame Sydney, Australia. She has had five years’ experience, teaching in both Australia and England. Rebecca is currently a year 3 teacher in Central London, who has also had previous experience teaching for primary SATs exams. She would be best suited to teach primary age children in all subject areas. Rebecca has a passion to make learning fun and enjoyable for all children.

Rhys

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Rhys has a BA in Modern Languages from St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, having focused particularly on modern French and Spanish literature as well as the history of the Romance Languages. He obtained A*s in French and Spanish A-levels, and takes a great interest in languages. For his MPhil, he is currently researching the history of lesser-studied Romance languages, namely Catalan and Romanian, at the University of Oxford. He enjoys sharing his knowledge of, and passion for, languages, and can teach up to A-level French and Spanish, and Italian GCSE. When he finds the time outside of his studies, Rhys is a keen pool player and footballer.

Rebecca

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Rebecca has a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Exeter, which she passed with Distinction. Outside of tutoring, she is a qualified Primary School teacher who has 8 years experience working full-time. She has experience of the British National Curriculum as well as the European and French Curriculum. She has undertaken TEFL training and is experienced teaching children who have English as a second language, particularly those children whos first language is French. She is passionate about making learning engaging for her students. In her spare time, Rebecca enjoys spending time with her dog, Bob and playing the violin.

Roly

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Roly graduated from Cambridge university with a degree in Spanish in Italian, focussing on literature. He has an A-Level in English Literature and studied Maths to an AS-Level standard. With eleven A*s at GCSE, Roly is happy to adapt and teach a variety of subjects, with a focus on English and Maths, as well as Spanish and Italian. Outside of tutoring, Roly is a keen singer and plays the piano, as well as reading whenever he has the time. 

Ron

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Since graduating from Cambridge University with Qualified Teacher Status, Ron has tutored online and F2F over a hundred young and older people including a post grad in Moscow, IB candidates in Shanghai and the PYP/ MYP programme to royal princes in Riyadh and Madinah. He has taught Common Entrance, History, English, Drama, Sociology and Film to A Level, AS Maths, the SAT, the IBDP and the Diploma di liceo. Ron has mentored adults in Business English, rewritten speeches for foreign born politicians and guided at least a dozen tutees to Oxford and Cambridge including the TSA and the LNAT. Having taught in international schools He stays abreast of innovations in curricula providing a comforting dynamic where the student’s needs are always paramount.

Robbie

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Robbie is a third year medical student at the University of Cambridge. He achieved 3 A*’s at A level in Chemistry, Biology and Maths which he tutors at GCSE and A level. He also has experience in medical and oxbridge admissions (UCAT, BMAT, personal statement and medical school interviews). Alongside academics he loves sailing and windsurfing, with 3 years of experience as a qualified instructor working with all ages and levels.

Rosa

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Rosa recently graduated from the University of Cambridge, reading Law at Lucy Cavendish College. She now works at the University as a Legal Research Assistant. She took four A levels, getting an A* in Psychology, A* in Theatre Studies, A in English Literature and A in Mathematics. She enjoys teaching English, Psychology and Theatre Studies to all ages. Rosa is also enthusiastic about helping Oxbridge applicants prepare for interviews. She has previously tutored a range of students from the age of six to sixty in English. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors and poetry, setting up her own art and poetry group. She also volunteers at a pro bono organisation and is passionate about access to justice.

Rosario

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Rosario is a student at the University of Oxford. She recently graduated with an MBiol in Biological Sciences and is currently working towards a PhD in Health Data Science. She achieved 9A*s at GCSE and 42 points in the IB diploma, with Biology, Chemistry and Economics as higher level subjects. She greatly enjoys tutoring GCSE, IB and A-level Biology, as well as GCSE Chemistry and Mathematics. When tutoring students, her top priorities are closely following the syllabus as well as exploring student’s individual interests in the subject. She is also able to provide UCAS personal statement support. Her hobbies include salsa dancing and knitting.

Ross

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Ross is a graduate in History from the University of York and also holds a Masters Degree from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. Most of his primary schooling occurred in Asia and Australia before completing senior education in Edinburgh, having picked up a love for learning Mandarin along the way. He is accustomed to creating a positive learning environment and has comprehensive experience in mentoring children. In his spare time he plays a number of instruments, including the bagpipes which he is careful to play when the neighbours are at work.

Rowan

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Rowan has over 2 years’ experience tutoring Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Biology and Business studies. With a degree in Business Management, Fashion Design and a background in Pharmacy, this allows her to be able to teach a wide range of students who are pursuing many different paths. She is adept preparing students for 11+ exams in Maths and English as well as those sitting GCSEs. She loves helping students reach their full potential and creating a positive learning environment which is still fun and interesting! Being fluent in both English and Arabic allows her to help people from many different backgrounds. Outside of teaching, some of her passions include working out, coding and fashion design.

Ryan

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Ryan is returning to Cambridge University this year for an MPhil in English Studies after completing his BA in English Literature. He has experience tutoring a range of subjects up to GCSE level, but he specialises in English Language/Literature, having worked with students from 13+ right up to degree level. Outside of his studies, Ryan’s main passion is theatre, and he has been involved in a number of productions during his time at Cambridge.

Sachin

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Sachin completed an MEng degree in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, and recently completed an MSc in Economics from the LSE. He particularly enjoys working at the interface of different subjects, exploring how combined knowledge can be applied in unique ways. He achieved 3 A*s in his Scottish Advanced Highers in Maths, Physics and Chemistry, in addition to an A* in Higher English. In his spare time, Sachin enjoys playing a variety of sports including golf and tennis.

Sam

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Sam is very passionate about Mathematics and believes that education and passing on skills & knowledge to students is one of the most rewarding things about teaching. He has a BSc Honours Degree in Mathematics, with A-Levels on Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and 10 GCSEs. Having recently emerged from a Performing Arts & Modelling background, Sam is looking to put his numeracy skills and passion for his subject into teaching. Sam also enjoys athletics training and handwriting in his spare time.

Sanju

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Sanju is a 4th clinical medical student at the University of Cambridge. She achieved 10 A*s at GCSE, alongside an A* with distinction in Further Maths. She took 4 subjects at A-level, achieving 2 A*s and 2As in Bio, Chem, Maths and Physics. She is a capable and motivated student, studying both Psychology and Surgical & Radiological Anatomy for her intercalated degree. Sanju has also been tutoring for over 5 years, with extensive experience in teaching GCSE and A-level sciences and maths. She also offers medical school interview preparation and UCAT/BMAT coaching – under her tutelage, one of her students was admitted to Gonville and Cauis College (Cambridge) last year. Sanju is keen to unlock a student’s full potential through active recall-based teaching and consolidation with practice questions. Besides academics, Sanju represents her university in badminton and likes to read in her downtime.

Sarya

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Sarya is a fourth year medical student at the University of Oxford. She achieved 13 A* grades at GCSE and 3 A* grades at A-Level. Sarya has experience tutoring GCSE Sciences and Maths, as well as medical school admissions, including tuition for the BMAT and UCAT examinations. She has also had experience tutoring first year medical students at Oxford. Aside from her studies, Sarya is interested in scientific journalism and is currently an editor for The British Student Doctor Journal.

Savarnah

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Savarnah is a practicing teacher of English with responsibility for overseeing English Literature and Language GSCE outcomes within her school. She also has experience as an examiner for the AQA English GCSEs, giving her a close insight into the DOs and DON’Ts for these examinations. She has extensive experience teaching students through KS3 to KS5. In particular, she is passionate about breaking down the process of writing to a sentence level-focus, showing students exactly how to construct complex and compelling topic sentences for an essay. She also has an array of scaffolding techniques to support student in their organisation of writing. If you are concerned about your child’s progress, especially towards their GCSE examinations, then Savarnah has the skills necessary to nurture their ability.

Sam

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Sam Healy is a final-year medical student at Downing College, Cambridge. He has over six years and 300 hours of tutoring experience in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics, covering levels from 11+ to A-levels. Coming from a state comprehensive school, Sam achieved 3 A*s at A-Level and 11 A*s at GCSE. Sam aims to guide students through the stresses of academic life by fostering a friendly, open learning environment where their academic interests can flourish. His lessons address the student’s immediate questions and then follow a structured approach through the difficult areas of the syllabus. He believes that consistency is the best way to achieve aspirational grades. To step away from academia, Sam enjoys anything competitive. He has played and followed football his whole life, and at university, he has dabbled in lacrosse and netball. Most recently, he has been developing his culinary expertise by helping with his brother’s pop-up restaurants.

Scarlett

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Scarlett is a recent graduate of the University of Cambridge where she studied English at Downing College. She also completed part 1 of the Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion course before switching to English. She studied at Surbiton High School, achieving 3A*s at A-Level in English Literature, Philosophy, and Psychology, and 10A*s at GCSE including Spanish and German. She teaches from 11+ up to A-Level and is happy to help with personal statements, university entrance exams and interviews. Outside of tutoring Scarlett is passionate about climate and social justice: she is currently creating her own creative media company which will showcase articles and short documentaries about a range of social and environmental issues. In her spare time, she loves to practice photography and to stay active through various sports.

Sean

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Sean is in his fourth year of studying Medicine at the University of Cambridge. He achieved 5 A*s at A-level and won his secondary school’s Sixth Form subject prizes in 2 of those (Chemistry and Biology). He has a passion for teaching the sciences and maths and has experience in mentoring students through the application process for medical school. In his free time, he enjoys playing Cricket, Badminton and Ultimate Frisbee as well as playing the guitar.

Selin

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Selin is a tutor specializing in English, Humanities and Sciences. She has more than 6 years of experience working with kids of all ages and abilities, including kids with special needs. Originally from Canada, Selin is a keen swimmer and she has also taught more than 30 kids how to swim as a certified swim instructor in Canada. In her free time, Selin spends her time travelling, writing, going to art galleries, and finding the best spots in town for live music.

Serge

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Serge graduated with a degree in Philosophy from UCL, having previously excelled in Maths and Science. He has acquired a wealth of experience teaching Maths, English, Physics and Philosophy to a wide range of students ranging from 11+ up to A-level. His expertise include helping students work towards entrance exams and GCSEs. His spare time is enjoyed listening and playing to music, and reading and writing short-stories.

Shahnaz

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Shahnaz is a fully qualified and experienced Science teacher with 29 years of classroom teaching and 8 years of private tutoring experience; and a proven track record in teaching KS3 and KS4 Science to students of all abilities. She has experience teaching IGCSE, GCSE and 13 plus Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Her method of teaching greatly supports a student to understand their subject and also give them the confidence to excel and succeed in their studies. She prepares structured lesson plans tailored to student needs with follow up examination questions. In her spare time, she enjoys walking in the park, swimming, travelling and reading.

Shannon

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Shannon is currently studying Biological Sciences at UCL having attended the Royal Latin School and achieving three A-levels in Biology, Chemistry and MathsShannon is very passionate about baking and sports, often competing in local netball tournaments in her free time.

Siggy

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Siggy grew up in New Zealand, she graduated from Waikato University with a Bachelor of Education in 2012 and has been teaching for over 6 years. She enjoys reading and playing the piano in her spare time. Siggy is suited to working with children in primary school and has a preference for teaching maths.

Sophie

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Sophie has recently graduated from the University of Oxford with a first class BA Honours in Biomedical Science. She also gained 10A*s at GCSE and 4A*s at A level, and is happy to tutor in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths, for GCSE and A level. Sophie can also provide support with personal statements, university interview prep, and Oxbridge applications. Outside of academics, Sophie has spent a lot of time coxing for her college rowing club, and getting involved with women’s football.

Sushant

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Sushant is an accomplished tutor with a proven track record of delivering excellent academic results and extensive experience in university applications. Currently in his 2nd year studying Engineering at Cambridge University, he specialises in Aerospace and Information Engineering. His expertise lies in teaching Physics, Maths, Further Maths and French at all levels, for which he also scored the highest grades during his A Levels, including a Merit grade for a special university Physics module. Bringing over 4 years of tutoring experience to the table, Sushant’s teaching philosophy prioritises deep understanding and conceptual appreciation over rote memorisation. He encourages derivation and fosters engaging discussions and critical thinking during his sessions, ensuring each student’s unique needs are addressed. Flexible and adaptable, Sushant tailors his approach according to his students’ requirements. Sushant’s dedication to teaching has resulted in remarkable achievements, with many of his past students experiencing significant grade improvements, often progressing from ‘U’ to ‘A/B’ grades or achieving outstanding results such as IB 7 points. Passionate, adaptable, and highly motivated, Sushant is committed to empowering students to reach their full potential and excel academically.

Suzanne

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Suzanne graduated in 2012 with a degree in Mathematics from the University of Bath. Having had a successful career in Analytics Consulting with IBM, she is making the jump to teaching and will be starting her Mathematics PGCE course in September 2021 at King’s College, London. Throughout her time at IBM, Suzanne mentored A-level and undergraduate students as well as ran the graduate recruitment process for her team. Her consultancy background means Suzanne is adept at building relationships with a wide range of people and can break down problems in a clear, concise way. She is keen to share her passion for mathematics and deliver creative, galvanising sessions to her students.

Sophie

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Sophie is currently studying Physics at the University of Oxford after achieving A*A*A*A in A level Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Further Maths. She enjoys tutoring Physics and Maths at GCSE and A level with experience in both. Alongside academics, Sophie is a keen swimmer, as well as a qualified lifeguard and swim teacher.

Shannon

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Shannon is in her final year of a four year integrated masters course in Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge, specialising in Chemistry. She achieved 11 A*s at GCSE and 5A* at A-level. Shannon has been tutoring for 6 years, working with students to prepare for their 11+, GCSE and A-level exams in Maths, Chemistry and Physics, as well as offering support for the Oxbridge admissions process. In my spare time. She loves going on long walks, trying out new recipes and hanging out with friends and her cats!

Tamsin

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Tamsin is currently studying Medicine at Kings College London, having completed a PGDip in Clinical Oncology and a BSc (hons) in Biomedical Science. In her spare time Tamsin enjoys rowing, playing the piano and most of all baking. She is best suited to teaching Maths and Science to all ages.

Terrell

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Terrell is currently studying Veterinary Medicine at the University of Cambridge. He has a strong academic record with A Levels in Biology (A*), Psychology (A*) and Chemistry (A) as well as 9 A*s at GCSE level. Terrell has experience tutoring students from KS1 all the way up to A Level, including students with special educational needs. His expertise has extended to guiding students into top Veterinary Schools in the UK through personal statement reviews as well as interview and admission test preparation. Terrell’s teaching approach focuses on personalised learning, as he is aware each student is different. He creates a supportive environment, emphasising understanding and application in the subject to better prepare students for exams. Beyond academics, Terrell enjoys volunteering and travelling.

Tom

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Tom has recently graduated from the University of Cambridge with a BA in Natural Sciences (First Class Honours, 3rd in Materials Science). He topped his year for Further Maths at A level and also achieved A*s in Maths, Chemistry and Physics. At GCSE level, he attained 11 A*s and is passionate about teaching maths and sciences to younger students having previously run maths lessons at a primary school. Aside from academia, Tom enjoys playing football, cricket and tennis.

Theo

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Theo is a physics graduate from the University of Warwick who teaches maths to GCSE, A Level, and beyond. As well as guiding his students to success in their exams, he believes in helping them enjoy the beauty of mathematics. By day he works as a software engineer with an interest in web apps, decentralised applications, and blockchains. In his spare time he plays drum kit, does sound and lights for his local theatre group, and performs with an improvised comedy troupe.

Toby

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Toby has graduated from the University of Birmingham with a BSc in Business Management. He has experience in tutoring secondary school students, as well as mentoring in preparation for higher education. Additionally, Toby has several years of experience in teaching swimming to a wide variety of ages. He is suited to teaching Business, Economics, Maths and Science. In his spare time he enjoys reading, exercising and playing the piano.

Tom

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Since graduating in 2016 with a degree in Music, Tom has had extensive experience working with children of all ages in both academic and extra-curricular settings. He achieved 5As and 7 A*s (including English, Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Physics) at GCSE and went on to study the International Baccalaureate (English, Maths, Chemistry, History, Spanish and Theatre Studies). His experience working as a tutor and teacher has made Tom really great at communicating with children, instilling confidence, encouraging them to engage fully and get excited about learning. He has worked as a music and drama tutor for arts organisations (Theatre Bugs, Montage Theatre Arts) as well as a Learning Support Assistant for the City of Westminster College and also has experience tutoring children one-to-one for LAMDA exams. He has also run a children’s entertainment company for 5 years.

Tristan

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Tristan has recently completed a foundation acting degree from RADA, and is attending Durham university in September to study English Literature after achieving 100% at A Level. He attended Eton College where he earned all A*s at GCSE (8 9’s, 2 8’s). He enjoys teaching English and Latin up to A level and Maths and Classics at GCSE. Outside of academics, Tristan is a keen actor, enjoys most sports, (especially football and tennis), plays the guitar, and prides himself on his scrambled egg technique.

Turgay

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With a fervent dedication to nurturing young minds and a Computer Science degree in tow, Turgay brings forth over twenty years of teaching expertise garnered across various esteemed educational institutions. Throughout his tenure as an A Level Computer Science educator at an international school, he has adeptly imparted knowledge spanning IGCSE, A Level, and IB curricula, encompassing computer science, ICT, and ITGS disciplines. Outside the classroom, Turgay steered and orchestrated a triumphant international computer project competition, instilling a passion for technology in burgeoning minds. Off-duty, he relishes his role as a doting father of two, while discovering a newfound ardour for horticulture.

Warren

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Warren is a 4th year medical student at the University of Oxford and has completed a BA with a focus on applied physiology. He achieved 10 A*s at GSCE and 3 A*s at A-level and has extensive experience tutoring GCSE and A-level Sciences and Maths. Warren has coached students through the whole medical admissions process including admissions tests, having scored in the top 3% in the UCAT and has seen students receive offers from top UK medical schools. In his free time, Warren likes to play football and taekwondo at university.

William

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William is in his final year studying Russian and History as an undergraduate at University College London, having previously attended Westminster School for his GCSEs and A-levels, where he took A-levels in Maths, History, Russian and French. In the past he has worked across several London schools as part of the National Tutoring Programme and continues to volunteer as a tutor at Bright Futures UK, supporting children and young people whose education have been affected by illness. Through this he has experience in covering syllabuses ranging from 11+ to A-level, with a focus on Maths, History and English. In his spare time, he enjoys going to the theatre and reading as much as possible, particularly Russian literature.

Xenia

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Xenia is a secondary English teacher with lots of experience teaching and tutoring students sitting 11+, GCSE and A level exams. She is an English Language and Literature graduate with an MA in Education from King’s College London and qualified teacher status (QTS) from UCL Institute of Education. Passionate about language and literature, Xenia wants to share this with students to enable them to acquire an enjoyment of the richness of English Literature and the key role of language in the creation of thought. Xenia has a personalised approach to teaching students, focusing on creating a positive and supportive learning environment that enables students to realise their academic potential. When not teaching, Xenia enjoys exercising, reading and cooking.

Xiaoyan

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Xiaoyan is a qualified teacher and a native Mandarin speaker. With five years of teaching experiences in a primary school, She is now an experienced tutor in Mandarin for all levels. Xiaoyan was born in China, grew up in China and passionate about helping others to learn Mandarin and to understand the culture. In her spare time she loves to cook cuisines from around the world and watch classic movies.

Yann

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Yann is a medical student at King’s College London currently doing an intercalation in Clinical Neuroscience (MSc). Having previously studied Biology at the University of Oxford, his main academic interests are the evolutionary biology of cancer, neuroscience and neurodegenerative diseases, and mental health. He is an experienced tutor with over 6 years’ experience tutoring Oxbridge admissions, biology, maths, physics and chemistry at A-level & GCSE, as well as degree level biology and biomedicine. Yann is also experienced in tutoring the 11+ and 13+. He has successfully managed to tutor many students both to attain interviews and receive offers. Yann also has 3 years of experience in tutoring UCAT, BMAT, medical school personal statement writing, and medical school interviews. Outside of tutoring Yann is an experienced teacher, holding the position of training officer at a mental health charity, volunteering as a medical tutor within the university in an informal teaching programme, and working with access programmes to teach in local schools.

Yasmin

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Yasmin is a KS1 teacher and Middle Leader in inner city London, with experience working with children in faith schools, teaching the KS1/2 curriculum to SEND secondary students, and teaching children from inner and outer city schools. She is passionate about delivering a high-quality, creative approach to teaching and creating a dynamic learning environment in which all students can thrive. She specialises in English literacy, delivering a play based curriculum.

Yasemin

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Yasemin has graduated with a 1st in Graphic Design from Kingston University. Originally from Wiltshire, Yasemin has been tutoring a wide range of ages for five years including Key stage 2, 11+, 13+ and GCSE. She has excelled in maths, further maths and physics in her A levels and enjoys teaching maths up to A level and science up to GCSE. Outside of tutoring, Yasemin spends her time on creative projects in design and photography along with cooking, walking and visiting art galleries.

Zaal

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Zaal is currently an A level student at Latymer Upper School studying Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths with all predicted at A/A*. He is aspiring to study medicine next year. Outside of his studies, he enjoys rowing for his school team and playing music with his band.