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Private Tutors for Theology and Religious Studies
The Religious Studies tutors we work with are committed to bringing their subject to life, inspiring genuine interest – something we believe is crucial to achieving top exam results. They encourage their student to think critically about topics as diverse contemporary religions, philosophy and ethics, and metaphysics. With a thorough understanding of all the main exam boards, tutors create individual programmes of revision that include guidance on exam technique. For subjects as essay-based as Theology and Religious Studies, this will include assistance with essay structuring and writing to ensure that your child creates a convincing argument and receives a grade that reflects their full potential.
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Meet A Typical Theology and Religious Studies Tutor
After reading Theology and Philosophy at Cambridge, Natasha went on to complete a Masters in European Thought. This has given her an expert grounding in philosophy. She is now studying at University College London, working towards a PhD in Comparative Literature. Natasha has over 7 years of tuition experience, tutoring students at a wide variety of levels. She helps her students to understand complex philosophical concepts and form their own, reasoned judgements. As well as covering core content and concepts, she works through essay and exam technique, helping her students to develop strong, philosophical arguments.
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