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A Tutor’s Story – From Tutor Doctor Student to Tutor

A Tutor’s Story – From Tutor Doctor Student to Tutor

Following the results of my year 11 GCSE mocks I knew I needed some help. My grades were not where I had hoped they would be, and the pressure was starting to amass on my 16-year-old shoulders. After some searching, my slightly panicked, although not showing it, parents found our answer – Tutor Doctor.

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  • Tips to Ace your remote learning

    All of us, both parents and students, have had to adjust to video calls and live lessons since the start of the third lockdown. Try these tips for a smoother live lesson.

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  • My top tips for feeding your family by Sarah Alder of Kitchen Titbits

    Some days, feeding the family will be very hard, that’s for certain, and with young children, especially, it can feel like you’re on a constant run of food prep, but there are ways to make life that little bit easier. Here are my top tips for feeding the family.

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  • Doodling while learning: Mindful or mindless?

    Do you find yourself drawing strange pictures in the margins of your workbook or mysterious patterns on the back of an old energy bill while listening to a lesson or having a conversation?

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  • Do you know what kind of learner you are? And how can this help you?

    Do you know what kind of learner you are? Visual? Auditory? Kinaesthetic? A mix? why does this matter? When it comes to remembering what you’ve done in lessons or revising for exams, if you know what type of learner you are, you can adapt your study technique to suit you.

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  • Maths and Science Lessons from the School of Life

    Here are some real-life incidents that show what can go wrong if our scientists and engineers make mistakes in their fields. In some cases, a PR nightmare ensues, and in other cases, it can lead to more severe consequences.

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  • Uni or an apprenticeship? The cost of choice.

    For many students considering the choice between going to university or getting an apprenticeship, the financial costs initially seem very clear - the average student graduates from a three-year university course with over £50,000 of debt whilst an apprenticeship will typically pay over £35,000 in salary over the same period for an 18-year-old, working 40 hours a week. That’s a gap, or rather a hard choice of £85,000

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