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The demand for in-home tutoring continues to soar and Tutor Doctor offers something very different. Previously, the options for parents in finding extra help for our kids fits into three categories. Either a learning centre, a tutoring agency or direct to an independent tutor.  Tutor Doctor’s service provides reassurance, flexibility and expertise and sets us up very differently to the other options out there.

If we compare the Tutor Doctor’s services to the traditional learning centre, the superiority of the in-home, one-to-one tutoring model becomes obvious.  The Tutor Doctor Platform matches a highly qualified tutor with a student in the privacy and comfort of their own home.  Students prefer this stress-free approach to learning as they can progress at their own pace and are free from peer pressure and the embarrassment they often feel in traditional learning environments.  By removing the intimidation and fear of failure, students suddenly become comfortable, confident and eager to learn.

Traditional learning centres teach through multiple student groups with a set curriculum and little time for individualised instruction or help.  The one-to-one instruction provided by Tutor Doctor is superior in this approach.  One-to-one learning has been proven to be the very best way to help children who are behind in their studies, and discover the learning styles and methods that can help them catch up.

Other tutoring agencies typically are a “landing page” for independent tutors.  Unlike Tutor Doctor, the tutoring agency typically does not screen, interview and check the tutors and we’ve not heard of any that provide the level of ongoing support and communication we offer to ensure everything goes to plan. You can see from some of our customer testimonials that our customers choose us for both the calibre of the tutors, who have been carefully matched with the students but also the ongoing service that we provide.  Finding your own tutor or using other types of tutor agency websites can work out just fine, but quite often it doesn’t and our customers are reassured to know not only that we have carefully selected our tutors, but also we are always there to help as the programme develops and frequently changes direction.

Tutor Doctor’s services cover all grade levels, from primary school right up to university, and incorporate an understanding of different student learning styles.

Tutor Doctor leads the way in one-to-one in-home tutoring with a service that’s second to none in the UK market. We cover all ages, subjects and abilities, including: PrimarySATs11+Common Entrance, GCSE,AS/A2 LevelDegree SubjectsLearning Difficulties andLanguages.

Most importantly, our CRB-Checked tutors are matched by skill-set, personality and aptitude to the student they are tutoring. We ensure that the match is perfect from the outset by meeting the family and assessing your expectations from our tutors.

Whether it’s for exams and revision techniques, building confidence and speeding up the learning process, or helping students that are falling behind, individual private tutoring is the answer.

We offer a Free Consultation Service where we come out to your home and assess your child’s / the student’s requirements and provide advice and recommendations that meet your specific needs and pinpoints specific areas of concern.

Please enter your location details above which will take you through to the Tutor Doctor office nearest to you who will be delighted to talk to you about how we can help.

We assist our students by going back to the foundations and filling in the missing conceptual gaps that are hindering your child’s success.

Our policy, to this day builds on our founder John Hooi’s method and belief in consolidating current expectations to then enable your child to move ahead of requirements. There will always be opportunities to improve the efficiency of learning and to get into great habits and this is what we’re here to do.

Tutor Doctor uses the curriculum and homework the student is currently working with to ensure the most relevant tutoring is provided. We use a variety of well known books and educational materials personally selected for each student dependent on their needs. We also work with the student’s current teacher to ensure that we are meeting the student and teacher’s expectations.

Primary School

Right from an early age your child will be soaking up all that is taught at school at an impressive rate as their brain develops. Often children can be overwhelmed by the experience or can suffer set-backs through illness or learning difficulties that become known at a later stage. It is so important for the concepts and the building blocks to be understood and become second nature. If we try to build on shaky foundations eventually areas of that learning process will fall through the gaps and confidence and grades will take a knock.
Additionally there are certain pupils that stand out as top performers from an early age. To keep them at the peak of their performance it is imperative that they keep their brains active throughout the holiday periods. We have found that those students that are prepared to work for an hour a day a few days a week in their school holidays go back to the new school term ahead of the rest.

11+ / Common Entrance

As children prepare for the transition from Primary school to secondary school many will need to take an entrance examination that could involve an interview, comments from their previous head teacher about their ability and character and of course a formal assessment.

These formal assessments take the form of questions covering subjects such as Maths / English / Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning. Many students prepare by purchasing packs from their local bookstores which will build familiarity. We have seen the importance of coaching students additionally in the skills of clearly reading the questions, managing their time and checking their work. Parents can do their homework by contacting the school and asking what is expected on the day for their child. Grammar schools will often set this exam in November and Independent schools the following January for admission into year 7. Education consultants in your area will be familiar with your local schools and be able to support with specific requirements.

For Common Entrance, which is set for admission at the ages of 11 or 13, comprises Maths, English and Science for 11 year old admission. For the 13 year old admission a full range of subjects is assessed including; English, Maths, Science, History, Geography and RE and often an optional language test and occasionally Latin.

Secondary School
Once the student has reached secondary school they have well and truly begun their journey through the maze of subjects and modules. In Year 9 they will also start thinking about which subjects to choose from for their GCSE’s which they will study for over a 2 year period. As the learning and level of subjects becomes increasingly complex, many parents find it difficult to assist with homework and look for a dedicated and knowledgeable tutor.

GCSE’s- General Certificate of Secondary Education

Whether it is in preparation for taking their exams or re-sitting to improve upon grades, year 10 and 11 students will all have one thing in common: a vision of where they want to be on the results board.

Some students aim high and put the work in and others don’t spend enough time revising or focusing on the areas that will increase their marks. Some students simply don’t know where to begin or how to revise. Whatever the reason Tutor Doctor will provide structure, time and goal setting and will work with the student throughout the period to ensure that they are confident and best prepared when they enter the examination room.

Examination technique is key. It is imperative that there is sufficient time to answer each question accurately and, with time to spare and check back over earlier answers, silly mistakes can be identified and removed thus improving the overall grade.

AS/ A2 Levels – Advanced levels

In their final years at school (Years 12 and 13) students will begin to set their bearing upon their futures by choosing from an ever increasing array of subject areas and potential vocations.

Make no mistake ‘A’ levels are a whole lot more complex than GCSE’s and as the students put in more time to understand fewer subjects the discipline of working alone and creating structure to the learning becomes of great importance.

As the pace of classes is often rapid we find that although a teacher cannot be re-wound time and time again for the teaching to sink in our tutors can go back over areas as often as the student wishes in order to grasp the point. Learning, to a certain degree, is a function of repetition.

University Degree Courses

We often get asked by under and post graduates if we can assist in certain areas of their coursework for a variety of reasons. Often we find that because of missing foundations to some key areas of their learning they are becoming hampered with the process of understanding and answering questions relevant to their course.

We are able to provide specialists with sector specific knowledge to coach, mentor and support students on most courses.

Mature Students requiring Languages
So much of life centeres around communication. As our cultures become more fused and the need to speak each others language in business life becomes of greater importance we look for help.

Many of our students are looking for a second language – Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Telgu, Tamil, Maliyalam, Maharastrian, Urdu,Arabic,Spanish, German, French, Mandarin, Thai etc. For many people living in the UK being able to not only converse well in English but write, understand tenses, verbs, adjectives nouns and generally communicate well is of high importance.

We have many TEFL and TESL tutors available who although are used to teaching in group environments have assisted many students on a 1:1 basis where learning is enhanced and value for money is evident.





There’s no question that the need for tutoring services in our society today has continued to escalate. Students in countries around the world are continuing to experience increasing academic pressures as competition in the classroom grows and expectations within school systems continue to expand.

Tutor Doctor has developed a unique in-home tutoring service to meet the needs of today’s students (as well as adults), and will meet this expanding market need through its growing network of franchisees.

In his recent book, The World is Flat, (which had been on the Times best seller list for over 100 weeks), Thomas Friedman discusses how the way we do business in our world is changing and what was once referred to as international business or international travel, today is just a mouse click away.

Tutor Doctor has harnessed many of Friedman’s principles in the development of its business model, and e-Tutoring and distance learning represent the next logical step in realizing the company’s vision.

In 2008, Tutor Doctor added to its in-home tutoring services by releasing its new cutting edge e-tutoring platform which provides a new way to deliver tutoring services, regardless of the location of the tutor or the student. This system empowers our franchisees to make a further difference in the lives of students and families.

The majority of our tutors are educated in the Oxford, Cambridge, Ivy League and the Russell Group Universities giving our students the finest knowledge recognized globally. These tutors can make the difference to any student based in any part of the World through our e-tutoring platform.

Students can work from the comfort of their desk, in their own room while the tutor can be providing tutoring services from his/her home, office, or classroom across the road or across the World. We can now reach out to those in remote areas such as village locations and provide expert tutors who would never have been available to students otherwise.

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Client Testimonials

Report a concern  December 19, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by B.B. 

What do you like about our services?

im happy about danis teaching sessions

Report a concern  December 19, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by J.L. 

What do you like about our services?

helpful and effeicient

Report a concern  December 19, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by Simon Beard 

What do you like about our services?

Dominic has been extremely helpful in assessing our particular needs for various tutors for our son, Sam, who has been home schooled for the past year. The tutors provided have all been very flexible and Sam has got on very well with all of them.

Report a concern  December 19, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by Linda Barry 

What do you like about our services?

Dominic was very professional and really took the time to undersatand our childs needs before matching us with a suitable tutor. We are very happy with the service.

Report a concern  December 19, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by M.J.W. 

What do you like about our services?

The child is matched as closely as possible with the right tutor - it works!

Report a concern  December 18, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by J.S.O. 

What do you like about our services?

That it is tailored individually to your children, and they come to your house.

Report a concern  December 14, 2012 — Rated 10 out of 10 by Helen Jackson 

What do you like about our services?

Nick has made so much effort to engage Luke and now Luke looks forward very much to his sessions.He even asked me if Nick could come every day!!!

Report a concern December 12, 2012 — Rated 9 out of 10 by Stephen Hughes 

What do you like about our services?

Friendly and honest approach. the tutor we had quickly developed a good working relationship with my son. The sessions have made a significant difference and greatly increased my son's prospects of a high A level grade.



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