Private Tutors for Non-Verbal Reasoning

A specialist Non-Verbal Reasoning tutor will help your child to reach their potential in their entrance exams, securing them a place at their chosen school. They will work on your child’s logic and problem-solving skills, improving their ability to identify sequences and patterns. The Non-Verbal Reasoning tutors we work with will familiarise your child with the structure and format of questions, preparing your child and boosting their confidence. Tutors take a structured and methodological approach, clearly presenting concepts and material and working with past papers.

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Meet A Typical Non-Verbal Reasoning Tutor

Rajiv

After attending Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, where he achieved a string of ‘A’s in his A Levels, Rajiv went on to complete a Masters degree in Classics at the University of Cambridge. Rajiv specialises in teaching at 11+ and 13+ level, providing an engaging and enjoyable teaching environment for his students to make swift progress in their exam preparation. Rajiv has helped children to secure places and scholarships at many of the top independent schools, including Winchester, City of London and Bancroft. He has also helped a number of students top achieve both entrance and King’s scholarships to Eton College.

 

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