As the founder and director of Uber Tutors and as an academic and emotional intelligence trainer, it’s always been very important to me to set up a company and service that is “meaningful” and is a “good business”!
Common Entrance Exams Tutoring in London
Our specialist home tutors prepare children in London for all Common Entrance Exams, including 7+, 11+,13+ and more.
As a result, our students have an excellent track record of successful admission into top private and grammar schools. Read London parents’ testimonials on why they rave about our bespoke, organised and caring Entrance Exam tutoring.
Our Common Entrance Exam tutors and team will:
– Understand each students’ unique needs and challenges
– Assess their skills in Maths, English and Reasoning
– Teach and strengthen subject skills and exam techniques
– Build caring rapport and encourage students’ confidence
– Provide detailed feedback reports after each lesson
We hire our professional tutors based on a rigorous interview and referencing process, and they are DBS checked.
Additionally, we hand-select them to have brilliant interpersonal skills and caring passion for teaching and inspiring. Children only learn from teachers they like (a lot) – we ensure that!
Our success rate:
Ca. 85% of our students have received placements at London’s top grammar and private schools. We’re also über proud that as a result of our Entrance Exam tutoring, 100% of our students enter intense exam environments with comfort and confidence.
How it works:
We always provide an in-person consultation to get to know students’ needs and challenges to recommend the right action plan. Next, we match the most suitable 7+, 11+ or 13+ specialist tutor on our team to deliver lessons in an organised way.
What makes Über Tutors special:
Everything we do is bespoke, organised and delivered with genuine care for all students and their growth. We’re also the only equal opportunities UK service to make private tutoring more accessible to families of diverse income backgrounds through subsidised rates.
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