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How to find an A level English literature tutor?

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thesurreyyouth Mon 07-Mar-16 19:52:31

DD is retaking last years A2 exam. Sixth form college are no longer teaching the same books so DD is unable to sit in on the classes and is having to study alone. She's beginning to get panicked about her ability so I hoped that by getting a tutor to go through her coursework books with her it would make her feel better prepared - but where do I find one? Any agencies you could recommend please?

BoatyMcBoat Tue 14-Jun-16 13:37:28

Whereabouts are you? Do you want a f2f tutor who visits you, or online only? I know of a couple of good English tutors in London - PM me if that's the right area. I have no idea whether they are available atm, but either could probably manage evenings.

texasm0m Thu 14-Jul-16 21:00:15

Have you tried ?

We used it for my son's English Literature GCSE and the tutor we had was great. Its also cheaper than a face to face tutor because they don't have to travel.

thesandwich Wed 27-Jul-16 20:59:15

I've found some great ones on first tutors

fruityb Wed 27-Jul-16 21:01:55

What texts has she studied? I'd be willing to offer some support - I'm on Mat leave soon but would be happy to help remotely if I know the texts!

user1472558366 Wed 31-Aug-16 12:11:14

Has anyone got any recommendations for a good face to face English Literature A level tutor in the Cambridge area for my daughter? She got a B this summer of A2 but wants to get an A to improve CV and university choices. I think we would prefer someone who has a lot of experience teaching the A level syllabus rather than a smart student? thanks

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