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Private Tutors for Media and Communications
An expert Media and Communications tutor will provide the motivation and skills needed to achieve excellence in exams and beyond. Media Studies tutors bring the subject to life, making both theory and practice fun and easy to progress with. The tutors we work with help their students to develop the analytic skills needed to think critically about the relationship between media, society, culture and power. This will allow your child to acquire the original thought and ideas needed to excel in exams. Media and Communications tuition is tailored to the individual needs of the student. With a thorough knowledge of the main exam boards, tutors create a bespoke programme of tuition that includes guidance on exam technique and essay writing.
If you are searching for a Media and Communications private tutor, please call one of our tuition consultants or use our online enquiry form further down this page.
Meet A Typical Media and Communications Tutor
Tom spent 7 years studying in the Film and Television Studies department at Warwick University. After achieving a first class degree in Film and Literature, and a Masters with distinction in Research in Film and Television Studies, Tom went on to complete a PhD in the same subject.
With over four years of teaching and tutoring experience, Tom is able to help students across a very wide range of age groups, from GCSE to undergraduates. Alongside his extensive academic knowledge, Tom uses his experience in theatre production to provide an insight into the real-world application of Media Studies theory.
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