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Private Tutors for Sociology
We introduce Sociology tutors who will bring the subject to life. From the introductory sociological concepts on education, the family, crime and power explored at GCSE to the more in-depth analyses of social behaviours and structures studied at undergraduate level, Sociology tuition makes the subject easier and more enjoyable to excel at. Success in Sociology is very much dependent on exam technique. Without considered arguments and coherently written essays, even the most knowledgeable Sociologist will fail to reach a top grade. This is why the Sociology tutor we introduce will create an individually tailored programme of tuition that includes exam and essay guidance as well as working on sociological ideas and theories.
If you are searching for a Sociology private tutor, please call one of our tuition consultants or use our online enquiry form further down this page.
Meet A Typical Biochemistry Tutor
Mia graduated with a degree in Social Policy, Criminal Justice and Psychology from the London School of Economics. Since then, she has completed a Masters in Screen Acting at Central St Martins. She has put her Sociology education into practice through her work with a Harley Street practice and a homeless charity.
In five years of tutoring, Mia has supported many students through their GCSE and A Level Sociology courses. She has a thorough knowledge of the main exam boards, including AQA and OCR. This has helped her students to make marked improvements in their grades, with one student moving from a D to an A grade.
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