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”!
Sciences Private Tutoring in London
Science can be a particularly challenging subject for students preparing for their GCSE & Alevels examinations. A field that covers a wide range of subject matter, the study of science involves a great deal of analysis, memorization and creative thinking.
At Uber Tutors, our passion is ensuring your teen is academically skilled and confident in GCSE and Alevels science subjects and exams. We tutor and mentor in GCSE and Alevels Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Our GCSE and Alevels tutoring programmes are tailored with care to students’ specific subject needs, challenges and goals.
Our tutors an excellent track record of success in tutoring students in all of the sciences and they do it with enthusiasm!
How we work for you:
To start, our team will assess students’ specific GCSE and Alevels subject needs and challenges and recommend a suitable tutoring programme. We then match the most suitable home and online private tutors to deliver the tailored tutoring lessons with professionalism and care. Our lessons will combine crash course tutoring, supportive tutoring, and preparation for final GCSE and Alevels exams.
Please see our main Private Tuition page for more details.
Training and expertise:
At Uber Tutors, we hire exceptionally inspiring, experienced and highly emotionally intelligent tutors. Teenagers who like their teachers, improve in their studies, results and confidence – our experience with hundreds of UK students proves this! All of our GCSE and Alevels tutors are DBS checked, interviewed and trained.
Read other parents‘ testimonial
“Über Tutors has been brilliant with helping my son with Chemistry. His tutor, Maria is excellent, approachable, flexible and always ready to help. I would recommend Über Tutors to anyone.” – Beena (mum, North London)
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