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Private Tutors for International Relations
A specialist International Relations tutor provides the high level of knowledge and skills needed to critically analyse the political systems, relationships and behaviours at work in the international arena. Covering all topics and ideas, from classical realism to neoliberalism, the tutors we work with will reveal the key theories, ideas and thinkers that permeate mark schemes. All of the International Relations tutors we work with have an understanding of university exam boards, so they can create an individual programme of tuition that improves essay writing and exam technique, as well as covering key concepts. This ensures full preparation for exams, with grades that reflect full potential.
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Meet A Typical International Relations Tutor
Nehaal completed a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford. After a year working in Oxford, she went on to achieve a Masters degree in International Relations Theory at Royal Holloway University. As international politics and development are the focus of her interest, she has begun to write on these subjects. When tutoring students on International Relations, Nehaal tries to build confidence and provide tools that allow them to take their own interests further independently. She adopts a range of teaching techniques to make the subject relevant and engaging for her students.
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