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Private Tutors for Psychology
We introduce Psychology tutors for GCSE, AS and A Level, IB and beyond.
Equipped with a thorough knowledge and passion for the subject, every Psychology tutor we introduce will make even the most complex theories and ideas easy to understand. Many of the Psychology tutors we recommend are also specialists in Educational Psychology and will draw on this knowledge to adapt their teaching to your child’s individual needs. Our bespoke service will also ensure that the tutor we introduce is matched to your child’s learning style and personality so that they can fully benefit from their course of tuition.
If your son or daughter needs guidance on exam technique and essay writing, or help to understand difficult theories in Psychology, please call one of our tuition consultants or use our online enquiry form further down this page to be introduced to an expert tutor.
Meet A Typical Psychology Tutor
Bella completed a degree in Psychology and Neuroscience at Smith College, a prestigious liberal arts university in the US. She then went onto achieve a Merit in her Neuroscience Masters at Kings College London. Bella is currently a medical student at the University of Edinburgh. Bella works with a wide range of ages and abilities, ranging from prep school students to graduates. She encourages the use of specialised teaching methods that are informed by her Psychology background. In particular she uses visual, written and audio learning styles together to improve memory and recall.
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If you are searching for a Psychology tutor for your child, please use our online enquiry form. One of our tuition consultants will reply to you shortly.
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