Help Your Child To Succeed With A History Tutor From  Tutor Doctor

Finding the right tutor to help your child achieve good grades in GCSE and A Level history can be difficult. Here at Tutor Doctor we’ve got it covered. We don’t just help your child to grasp the basics; we have dedicated history tutors work alongside them to grow their confidence on areas they struggle with. Our holistic approach to history tutoring transforms traditional teaching styles to suit the needs of every pupil. Children have unique responses to learning, and our history tutors work to find engaging and enjoyable ways to offer private tutoring in your own home.

The Tutor Doctor – Achieving Greatness Through History

History can be a challenging subject area for students due to its complexity and depth. From investigating Roman life in primary school, through to the cause and effect of major events at GCSE and A Level, a good understating of history is a skill to be learned. Success at History GCSE and A Level is achieved by demonstrating independent learning and research techniques, excellent communication skills and the ability to recall dates in history. The GCSE history syllabus covers up to 16 different periods in British and World history and  Tutor Doctor can help your child with all of these.

Prepare For Success With Exam Preparation From Tutor Doctor

  • We help our students develop practical revision and study skills, by working through past papers and sitting mock exams. We highlight areas that could benefit from further study, and explore them in detail during our tuition sessions.
  • Helping students to understand the importance of good time management, can alleviate the stress of being in exam conditions, and prevent the risk of low marks due to incomplete answers.
  • Effective exam preparation can help to ease anxiety and build confidence. Increased knowledge combined with a calm, controlled approach will stops exams from becoming overwhelming.
  • To ensure that we offer the best guidance possible, we work within the guidelines of the 5 recognised exam boards in the UK – CCEA, Pearson Edexcel, OCR, WJEC and AQA.