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Dr Laurie

PhD in International Relations and MA in International Conflict Studies from King's College London.

Dr Laurie
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( 494 Hours )
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About Dr Laurie
  • Attended:
  • King's College London (University of London)

I hold a PhD (no corrections) in International Relations from the Department of War Studies, King's College London. I hold an MA in International Conflict Studies (distinction) from King's College London and an MA (hons.) in Modern History from the University of St Andrews. I grew up in the international environment of Brussels, appreciating the dynamic community and languages on offer, whilst also attending the British School of Brussels and following the A-Level curriculum. Outside of my academic life I enjoy sports, notably tennis and skiing, and am an avid theatre and art goer. I was heavily involved in societies during my undergraduate degree being a part of a musical production at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and gaining the St Andrews Music Department Vocal Scholarship in 2006-2007.

I am an approachable, sensitive, and competent tutor who always takes a considered approach tailored to the needs of a given student. I maintain a balance of academic rigor and making learning and revision fun.

Eva

Dissertation, Academic Writing, Criminology and Psychology Tutor: MSc Forensic Psychology, published in International Journal of Law, Crime & Justice, working for the International Criminal Court, Office of the Prosecutor.

Eva
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( 331 Hours )
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About Eva
  • Attended:
  • John Jay College of Criminal Justice
  • Yamanashi Gakuin Daigaku
  • Utrecht University

I'm a Forensic Psychologist and published Human Trafficking researcher, currently based in The Hague working for the International Criminal Court. I'm half-Dutch, half-Slovak, speak seven languages and have lived and studied all over the world. I specialise in dissertation tutoring and academic writing skills, especially in the fields of Criminology and Psychology. I tailor my teaching style to each of my students, suited to their learning wants and needs. My aim is not to lecture or teach necessarily, but to foster tools and skills that can help a student develop the ability to learn independently from me!

Jack

Adept PhD student, specialising in biochemistry and oncology, from University College London

Jack
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( 120 Hours )
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About Jack
  • Attended:
  • University College London (University of London)
  • University of Nottingham
  • Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

My motivation for science, coupled with my ambition has led me to pursing a research career in the biosciences that I hope will lead to teaching the next generation of scientists. I have written for the Imperial College student newspaper, Felix, to convey interesting and relevant ideas in medical biology. I have obtained a thorough understanding of biology, chemistry and biochemistry during my six years of higher education. My strengths lie in my communication and clarity with students, detailed understanding of biological and chemical sciences and analysis of examination questions to devise appropriate answers.

Dr Toby

University of Oxford-trained teacher and admissions tutor for humanities, bestselling author with over 5000 hours of tutoring logged with a 'perfect' five-star rating, a proven track record of improved results and successful university applications, PhD in History and an internship with NASA.

Dr Toby
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( 76 Hours )
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About Dr Toby
  • Attended:
  • University of Oxford
  • University College London (University of London)

Archaeology, which I studied for my first degree, remains a passion of mine. As my academic career has progressed, I have moved slightly away from it in recent years but it remains an area of study which I still value a lot and try to engage with on a volunteer basis as regularly as possible. The shift I have experienced myself, changing from a science based degree to a far more humanities orientated degree, has really helped me to gain an insight into the scale of change many students can feel moving from GCSE to A-level and then to university and this has been reflected in my approach to tutoring. I always try to show my students that learning should be fun and not as daunting or intimidating as it may first seem. My greatest passion is teaching and I have always loved helping students find their own way around new concepts and also for me to learn from them, which is something with makes one-to-one teaching so fun.

Outside of education my other passions lie in the fields of art and computers. I combine these two interests in my own digital art which is something is really really enjoy. I believe that it is vial for people, no matter what stage of their life they are at, to remain in touch with the things they love and are passionate about, beyond their own schooling or career.