Category Archives: University advice

How to structure your dissertation: Guidance from our experts

Whether you’re conducting fieldwork, compiling notes or you’ve already started writing, working out your dissertation structure can be harder than expected. That’s why our university level tutors have put together this handy post for your dissertation structure. It’s particularly useful for Social Science qualitative dissertations, so read and share with friends!   Preliminary pages These […]



5 tips for university students to boost mental health

These impactful sketches in The Guardian are one of a series of recent publications about university mental health, and aptly capture the impact of mental ill health. Additionally, this article features data showing that a record 1,180 students experiencing mental ill health left courses early in 2014-15, up 210% from 2009-10. Mental health can suffer when […]



How Maths tutoring increases skills and confidence

Maths can be a tricky subject for many children and teens, and much of it is down to the lack of certain building blocks that make the subject seem incomprehensible. That’s why our Maths tutoring for primary or secondary, Entrance Exam, GCSE or A-level, or university students is tailored to each individual to identify the […]



How to write a PhD proposal with excellence

When writing your PhD proposal, there are certain pitfalls you’ll want to avoid. We’d like to share with you the story of Maryam who wrote a winning PhD proposal with our support. Maryam approached Über Tutors about PhD proposal tutoring and feedback editorial as she hoped to pursue her PhD in interdisciplinary architecture. After advice […]