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Thursday, September 8th, 2022

Posted in: A Levels, College admissions, Education consultancy, GCSEs, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, personalised education, Tutors International news, UHNW, UHNW families, Uncategorized, University entry

Leading Educationalist Promotes Tutors International as the Remedy to Problems Caused by an Ailing Education System

CEO, Education Consultant and Founder of Tutors International, Adam Caller, maintains that by employing a full-time private residential tutor, parents can steer their child towards academic success, overcoming the current problems in education. OXFORD, UK: Whether in the public or private sector, the last four years have been challenging ones in education. The impact of Covid-19, and the subsequent lockdown,…

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Wednesday, August 31st, 2022

Posted in: A Levels, Education consultancy, GCSEs, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, personalised education, Tutors International news, Uncategorized, University entry

Tutors International CEO Announces Top Grades Across the Board for 100% of their Students in A Level and GCSE Exams 

CEO, Education Consultant and Founder of Tutors International, Adam Caller, celebrates the success of Tutors International’s students in this year’s public exams and explains why employing a full-time, residential private tutor often leads to a successful educational outcome. OXFORD, UK: Education Consultant, Adam Caller, is the CEO and Founder of elite tuition company Tutors International. A former teacher with extensive…

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Thursday, August 18th, 2022

Posted in: Education consultancy, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, personalised education, Tutors International news, UHNW, UHNW families, Uncategorized, University entry

Tutors International Offers Parents an Alternative that Maximises Potential

CEO, Education Consultant and Founder of Tutors International, Adam Caller, advises students and parents to consider employing a private tutor to ensure success in A Level examinations OXFORD, UK: Today, the long wait for nervous students and parents awaiting A Level results comes to an end but for many, it will be a day of disappointment and despair. In 2020…

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Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022

Posted in: College admissions, Education consultancy, Tutors International news, Uncategorized, University entry

Adam Caller Agrees with Government Plans to Deny University Loans to Students Failing GCSE Maths and English

On 23 February 2022, newspaper headlines announced the government’s new proposals preventing students from taking out university loans if they fail the core subjects of English and maths at GCSE. Adam Caller, educational consultant, entrepreneur, and founder of Tutors International, responds to this announcement. Oxford UK: In a controversial speech last week, the Higher and Further Education Minister, Michelle Donelan,…

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Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

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

How the IB fits into home schooling: Private tuition expert Adam Caller responds to increase in IB enquiries

Founder of Tutors International, global provider of full-time private tutoring, has today published an article that explains how the International Baccalaureate curriculum and exam fits into home schooling, in response to parent’s confusion and increasing enquiries for private IB tutors. In his latest blog post, Adam Caller, who founded the world’s leading provider of full-time private tutors, Tutors International, attempts…

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Thursday, October 17th, 2013

Posted in: Personal & private tuition, personalised education, Tutors International news, University entry

European Parents Dissatisfied with School Education Turn to Private Tuition to Enable Children to Compete for University Places Overseas

Leading private tuition provider, Tutors International, has reported a significant rise in the number of tutoring enquiries from families in mainland Europe who are “dissatisfied with the breadth of education in schools.” More families in continental Europe are seeking the services of private tutors because of widespread dissatisfaction with standards in school education and the need to compete in the…

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