New Remote Learning Support For Education Sector

22 November 2020 Interesting Information

We recently covered the importance of technology in education which seems apt for the latest announcement from the Department of Education (DoE) announcement, made at the start of October. An additional 100,000 devices will be supplied to pupils and students to give them the best possible chance of continuing their…

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Everything You Need To Know About Our Online Biology Tutors

20 November 2020 Interesting Information, Quick Guides

Whether you’re a seasoned tutee who takes part in regular tutored sessions, or have yet to experience and discover the fantastic world of online tutoring, Tutorspot have a plethora of outstanding and professional tutors available to you, with a wide range of backgrounds in education. We make it our priority…

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Where Can A-Level Chemistry Take You & Your Career?

18 November 2020 Interesting Information

In this article, our latest in our A-Level Science series, we take a look at where A-Level Chemistry could take you in your career and the degrees and jobs associated with the qualification. As with A-Level Physics and A-Level Biology courses, there are so many possible avenues you could pursue…

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Why Hire A Science Tutor?

15 November 2020 Quick Guides, Interesting Information

Science is a brilliant subject for all children and young people to enjoy learning, regardless of the level of education and subject criteria they are currently studying, such as: Space and the natural world in KS3 Science Chemical reactions and atoms in GCSE Science Or genetic information and biological molecules…

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Best Online Educational Resources

13 November 2020 Interesting Information

We have researched and compiled the ultimate list of free, educational resources for students, parents and teachers for you to refer to and utilise at your disposal. What’s more, we will continue to add to and update our list so it is as comprehensive as possible. We will continue to…

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Stay On Track For Your Studies: How To Revise Over The Christmas Break

11 November 2020 Interesting Information

Following the summer holidays and the school closures at the end of the last academic year, many students will have been out of the classroom for around six months before heading back to school in September. Now, with the two-week Christmas break just around the corner, many students will be…

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Where Can A-Level Further Maths Take You & Your Career?

9 November 2020 Interesting Information

At A-Level, choosing Maths is a wonderful way to set yourself up for a wealth of career opportunities and transferable skills. In addition to your Maths A-Level, you may choose to take Further Maths, which is an advanced study of mathematics. Doing so can provide you with fantastic analytical and…

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10 Fantastic A-Level Maths Study Tips

2 November 2020 Interesting Information

According to Ofqual (Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation) around 90,000 students took A-Level Maths in 2018 and 15,000 of these students took A-Level Further Maths. With many students taking A-Level Maths alongside science subjects such as A-Level Physics and A-Level Chemistry to gain the grades they need for their…

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Tutorspot Chemistry Tutors: Sharing A-Level Advice & Passion for the Subject

26 October 2020 Interesting Information

At Tutorspot, we partner with many passionate and dedicated tutors, working to help students improve their studies and grades for a variety of subjects, including GCSE Biology, GCSE Physics, A-Level Maths and many more. We also have a number of Chemistry Tutors on hand to work with students of all…

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How Influential Will The Autumn 2020 Mock Exams Be?

24 October 2020 Interesting Information

After an eventful summer in the way of cancelled GCSE and A-Level exams, grade reassessments and, most recently, changes to the 2021 summer exam schedule, we ask the question: ‘how influential will the Autumn 2020 mock exams be’ to students’ overall grades for the 2020/21 academic year? For GCSE and…

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