£20 per hour
My name is Tayo Alabi and I have a passion for English literature. Having taken my GCSE English literature exam only a couple of years ago and obtaining full marks in both exams, I feel confident to tutor others. I am more than aware of the radically ever-changing exam boards which act as key in establishing how to write in a way where the examiner cannot fault your essay. I also obtained 96% in my English literature A-Level exam and have recently graduated with an English literature degree from King's College London, averaging at a First class in my final year. I also achieved the highest in the year for my Reading Paradise Lost module (78%). Therefore, I am also confident to tutor English literature at undergraduate level.
I have a wide knowledge of English and American literature texts so I am sure that I will have studied the texts you are studying for your exam. I am also keen to help with coursework, where I will religiously help you with re-drafting your essays whilst weighing them against the mark scheme to ensure that your essay is meeting your assessment objectives and the mark scheme criteria.
I also completed AS Politics and A2 politics within one year as opposed to two and obtained 100% in my AS Government and Politics Exam. Therefore, I would love the opportunity to tutor politics as well to share my secrets for exam success.
I have successful experience with tutoring in the past, and I am confident that this will continue. I am available at most times and I am very flexible with my hours. The main objective will be to tackle your weaknesses, and turn them into strengths. I look forward to hearing from you!
My lesson went really well. She helped me make good sense of what the text i had to analyse. Brilliant tutor. I would definitely recommend to others.mh1994
She's a really good tutor, definitely one of the best I've ever had. I wasn't sure if I'd even get a level 7 at GCSE but with her help, I managed to get a 9!drishti
Really helpful teacher !!!!aks
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