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Wednesday, September 6th, 2017

Posted in: College admissions, Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

Not all A grades are equal – Students and parents continue to misunderstand the value of ‘hard’ A-Levels, Tutors International reports

Adam Caller, founder of the leading global private tutoring company, commented this week that when choosing which A-Levels to take, ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ subjects are not being due consideration. Research [1] conducted by the Institute of Education at University College London, concluded that the top British universities were showing favour to those choosing traditional core subjects, such as English, History,…

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Friday, September 1st, 2017

Posted in: College admissions, Home schooling, Professional tutoring associations

Tutors International issues new advice following 2017 GCSE, A-Level, and AS-Level results

What to do with those exam results? Tutors International founder, Adam Caller, made a statement this week with guidance for parents on the next steps for students, whether their results were better or worse than expected. With all exam results for 2017 now revealed, many students will be celebrating, while others may be worrying and wondering ‘what if?’. Adam Caller,…

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Monday, May 22nd, 2017

Posted in: College admissions, Education consultancy, Home schooling

Tutors International founder offers new revision advice ahead of exam season

With students across the UK, and internationally, preparing for the 2017 exam season, Adam Caller, whose career in education and private tutoring spans over 25 years, reported his top exam revision tips this week. Tutors International has placed private full-time tutors students and their families all over the world, preparing for a wide range of exams. “Whether a student is…

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Monday, September 12th, 2016

Posted in: College admissions, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition

The needs of gifted children are not being met in the classroom, according to Tutors International

As more home-schooled students prepare for coveted places at prestigious universities than ever before, Tutors International offers advice for parents struggling to balance work and life commitments with the needs of gifted children. The number of child geniuses enrolling at elite universities is growing rapidly, and a common factor amongst them is that many are coming from a home-schooling background….

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Monday, August 22nd, 2016

Posted in: College admissions, Tutors International news

Tutors International issues new advice for parents of disappointed A-level students, following concerns by teachers

As schools and exam regulators warned this week of the possibility of ‘variable’ results in 2016 [1], as a result of recent changes to the A-level curriculum, Tutors International offered reassurances and solutions for parents. The 2016 academic year saw multiple changes in the A-level curriculum and subject matter given to inadequately-prepared teachers and students, across a wide range of…

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Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Posted in: College admissions, Tutors International news

Tutors International Places Students in 10 of Top 15 Universities with the Wealthiest Alumni

Leading private tuition agency excels in placing students in top universities worldwide. UK-based provider of full-time private tutors, Tutors International, today announced that they have successfully placed students in 10 of the top 15 universities for the wealthiest alumni, as reported by research firm Wealth-X. Wealth-X compiled a list of the global universities with the largest number of living alumni…

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