Dear caring parent,
Just like you, we understand and care about how important GCSE and Alevels years are for your teenager! In fact, ensuring young people have the best possible support system is our passion! Uber Tutors is a tailored home and online private tutoring and mentoring service that considers all of your teenager’s academic needs, challenges and goals!
Our team of GCSE and Alevels tutors are highly achieved, inspiring and emotionally intelligent. This means they will really like their tutors – and as you know, teenagers who ‘like’ their teachers, get top results (and feel happy)! So, we make sure we hire the very best of skills and personality.
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Our GCSE and A-levels team and tutors will:
– Understand each student’s unique subject needs and challenges
– Assess gaps in student’s subject knowledge and exam writing skills
– Recommend and organise a tailored private tutoring programme
– Start home or online tutoring and build mentorship with student
– Provide parents with detailed feedback reports and progress updates
How our private tutoring works:
We always provide an in-person consultation to get to know our students’ needs and challenges to recommend a tailored tutoring plan.
Next, we match the most suitable GCSE or A-level tutor on our team for your needs. All of our tutors are subject experts, DBS checked and trained in best tutoring and mentoring methods.
What makes Über Tutors different:
Our service to you is authentic and thoughtful at every step. We are not a faceless agency, we are a quality tutoring consultancy where our senior managers and experts will speak to you directly. Our tutoring programmes are tailored, organised and delivered with genuine care for young people and their growth.
Ethnical financial model:
We are the only equal opportunities service to make private tutoring more accessible to families of diverse income backgrounds through our subsidised rates business model.
Your next step:
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