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Tuesday, January 28th, 2020

Posted in: College admissions, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news

Coronavirus outbreak: Tutors International offers rapid support to families seeking continuity of education

Tutors International, the leading provider of elite private tuition services worldwide, commits to providing prompt assistance to prospective clients affected by the coronavirus outbreak. OXFORD, UK: As school closures, travel bans, and stringent preventative measures are enforced in an attempt to limit the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, international private tuition firm Tutors International vows to prioritise prompt educational assistance…

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Friday, January 24th, 2020

Posted in: College admissions, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news

Tutors International issues comment on the fallout of the US college admissions bribery scheme

Following the 2019 US college admissions bribery scandal, Tutors International founder Adam Caller comments on his company’s ethos of probity and integrity, highlighting the key issues that prospective clients should be aware of when securing a private tutor.

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Thursday, April 4th, 2019

Posted in: College admissions, Tutors International news

Tutors International founder voices concern over US college admissions bribery scheme

US college admissions: Tutors International has today issued a public statement sharing its founder’s views on the 2019 US college admissions bribery scheme

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Monday, April 30th, 2018

Posted in: College admissions, Gifted and talented children, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news, Uncategorized

Private tuition ‘tax’ will not level the playing field for selective school access, says Tutors International founder

Adam Caller, founder of leading private tuition company Tutors International, issues statement rejecting recent suggestions that wealthy families who use private tutors to help secure grammar school places should be taxed A new study issued this month by the University College London’s Institute of Education has suggested that wealthy families who use private tutors to help secure grammar school places should be…

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Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Posted in: College admissions, Education consultancy, Home schooling, Learning difficulties & tutoring, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news

Should your child be tutored over the Easter break? Tutors International issues new advice

Tutors International founder and educational consultant Adam Caller released new advice this week recommending private examination revision tuition over the Easter break ahead of the forthcoming examinations season. Tutors International has issued new advice recommending private tuition over the Easter break. Adam Caller, who founded prestigious private tutoring company Tutors International in 1999 and whose career in education spans nearly…

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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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