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Fady K

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I am currently a third-year medical student at University College London. I am available to tutor immediately and can do weekends too. I have had many valuable opportunities in tutoring that have built up my teaching skills to date. Teaching GCSE and A-Level students at school and after school has developed my skill to adapt my teaching style in order to fit with any candidate's ability and way of learning. Many of the students I have mentored in school have had results above expectations and went on to go to university studying their passions away. I also have had many experiences with a specialised company tutoring medical and dental school applicants for their interviews. I, myself, have had three interviews at UCL, Sheffield and St George's medical schools. I was offered a place to study medicine at the three universities. My diverse experiences in this field and the communication skills that I have developed in medical school allow me to give valuable advice for university admissions and interviews. My 14A*s at GCSE and my 3A*s and 3As at A-level permit me to teach most of the subjects I undertook confidently. I am originally from Egypt, I am fluent in Arabic and half-fluent in French. I am currently undertaking a research project during my medical course in molecular biology, reaching the limits of what we know about cells and disease has allowed me to delve into these subjects beyond what is written in textbooks and journals. I am very passionate about what I study and I carry this through in my lessons. I am also extremely passionate about teaching as this forms a huge part of my future career. Looking forward to helping you achieve your potential. Thank you.

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Fady K

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I am currently a third-year medical student at University College London. I am available to tutor immediately and can do weekends too. I have had many valuable opportunities in tutoring that have built up my teaching skills to date. Teaching GCSE and A-Level students at school and after school has developed my skill to adapt my teaching style in order to fit with any candidate's ability and way of learning. Many of the students I have mentored in school have had results above expectations and went on to go to university studying their passions away. I also have had many experiences with a specialised company tutoring medical and dental school applicants for their interviews. I, myself, have had three interviews at UCL, Sheffield and St George's medical schools. I was offered a place to study medicine at the three universities. My diverse experiences in this field and the communication skills that I have developed in medical school allow me to give valuable advice for university admissions and interviews. My 14A*s at GCSE and my 3A*s and 3As at A-level permit me to teach most of the subjects I undertook confidently. I am originally from Egypt, I am fluent in Arabic and half-fluent in French. I am currently undertaking a research project during my medical course in molecular biology, reaching the limits of what we know about cells and disease has allowed me to delve into these subjects beyond what is written in textbooks and journals. I am very passionate about what I study and I carry this through in my lessons. I am also extremely passionate about teaching as this forms a huge part of my future career. Looking forward to helping you achieve your potential. Thank you.

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Bethany C

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4 years

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Hello, I am Bethany. I am currently a Teaching Assistant at an Independent Prep School in London and I have tutored for over 4 years both face-to-face and online. I am an enthusiastic and friendly person and will encourage all my students to perform to their best standard while having fun learning. I have the patience and ability needed to connect with my students to find the best way to improve their understanding, as each session will be tailored to each individual student. I have now been tutoring for over 4 years both online and face to face gaining lots of experience. Furthermore, I have been teaching gymnastics to children since I was 15, and have been working at national and international summer schools each summer since 2014, so have a lot of experience in teaching and engaging with children from all backgrounds and at all ages. This vast range of experience has taught me a lot about adapting to different personalities. After taking my A-Levels I went on to do a Geography with Biological Sciences degree at the University of Exeter where I gained a 1st in my dissertation and an Upper 2:1 classification. In my first year of university, I began tutoring part-time both online and face to face. After university, I was lucky enough to be placed on an Erasmus+ fully funded placement for 3 months, where I taught English as a foreign language in Seville, Spain and gained my TEFL qualification, where I carried on tutoring part-time online. I am now enrolled to study a Master's degree in Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy which will commence in September 2019 on a part-time basis. Having tutored a great number of students over the years, I found that each of them learns and makes sense of their subjects in very different ways, therefore, I tailor my sessions to each student. During the sessions, we will cover what you want to understand, as well as going along with the syllabus if needs be. We will use all four different types of learning and will stick to what is suited to you best, which we will discuss in our first ever session together. The sessions will be fun and enlightening, and I will prepare for the sessions beforehand, and if you would like I am able to produce homework worksheets that test what we have gone through the session. Currently I am based in South London so I am very flexible in terms of scheduling a session whether that may be at the weekend or an evening during the week. When I am not tutoring and teaching part-time, I am working at the theatre as a casual employee in the West End and I enjoy playing tennis, and doing gymnastics and ballet, keeping up to date with global news and events and catching up with family and friends! Lastly, I am extremely flexible, so please just get into contact with me and we can go from there! "Bethany has been amazing! My daughter has thoroughly enjoyed the lessons spent with Bethany and always looks forward to them which I am happy about. My daughter has always felt at ease and the sessions were always very productive. She is very flexible and understanding and she has always been very punctual. She is a lovely girl. She is a great match for my daughter as she is always patient and engaging and I would recommend her to everyone" (Mother of an 11+ student) I very much look forward to hearing from you.

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Hello, I am Bethany. I am currently a Teaching Assistant at an Independent Prep School in London and I have tutored for over 4 years both face-to-face and online. I am an enthusiastic and friendly person and will encourage all my students to perform to their best standard while having fun learning. I have the patience and ability needed to connect with my students to find the best way to improve their understanding, as each session will be tailored to each individual student. I have now been tutoring for over 4 years both online and face to face gaining lots of experience. Furthermore, I have been teaching gymnastics to children since I was 15, and have been working at national and international summer schools each summer since 2014, so have a lot of experience in teaching and engaging with children from all backgrounds and at all ages. This vast range of experience has taught me a lot about adapting to different personalities. After taking my A-Levels I went on to do a Geography with Biological Sciences degree at the University of Exeter where I gained a 1st in my dissertation and an Upper 2:1 classification. In my first year of university, I began tutoring part-time both online and face to face. After university, I was lucky enough to be placed on an Erasmus+ fully funded placement for 3 months, where I taught English as a foreign language in Seville, Spain and gained my TEFL qualification, where I carried on tutoring part-time online. I am now enrolled to study a Master's degree in Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy which will commence in September 2019 on a part-time basis. Having tutored a great number of students over the years, I found that each of them learns and makes sense of their subjects in very different ways, therefore, I tailor my sessions to each student. During the sessions, we will cover what you want to understand, as well as going along with the syllabus if needs be. We will use all four different types of learning and will stick to what is suited to you best, which we will discuss in our first ever session together. The sessions will be fun and enlightening, and I will prepare for the sessions beforehand, and if you would like I am able to produce homework worksheets that test what we have gone through the session. Currently I am based in South London so I am very flexible in terms of scheduling a session whether that may be at the weekend or an evening during the week. When I am not tutoring and teaching part-time, I am working at the theatre as a casual employee in the West End and I enjoy playing tennis, and doing gymnastics and ballet, keeping up to date with global news and events and catching up with family and friends! Lastly, I am extremely flexible, so please just get into contact with me and we can go from there! "Bethany has been amazing! My daughter has thoroughly enjoyed the lessons spent with Bethany and always looks forward to them which I am happy about. My daughter has always felt at ease and the sessions were always very productive. She is very flexible and understanding and she has always been very punctual. She is a lovely girl. She is a great match for my daughter as she is always patient and engaging and I would recommend her to everyone" (Mother of an 11+ student) I very much look forward to hearing from you.

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Nicholas H

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I am a first year undergraduate at the University of Oxford studying Mathematics and Philosophy with A*A*A*A at A-level in Maths, Further Maths, Ancient Greek and Physics as well as a 1 in STEP 2 and 11 A*s at GCSE. During my last year at school, I tutored pupils from the local area as well as fellow students at my school which I really enjoyed. One of the pupils who I tutored subsequently got into Hampton School at 10+. As someone who is closer in age to my tutees, I am able to develop a connection with students and thereby better approach their learning. Tutoring for me is immensely enjoyable and rewarding. Away from academic studies I also have a keen interest in music and drama - I play the piano, trumpet and guitar and regularly get involved with plays.

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Nicholas H

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I am a first year undergraduate at the University of Oxford studying Mathematics and Philosophy with A*A*A*A at A-level in Maths, Further Maths, Ancient Greek and Physics as well as a 1 in STEP 2 and 11 A*s at GCSE. During my last year at school, I tutored pupils from the local area as well as fellow students at my school which I really enjoyed. One of the pupils who I tutored subsequently got into Hampton School at 10+. As someone who is closer in age to my tutees, I am able to develop a connection with students and thereby better approach their learning. Tutoring for me is immensely enjoyable and rewarding. Away from academic studies I also have a keen interest in music and drama - I play the piano, trumpet and guitar and regularly get involved with plays.

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A-Level Music Tuition in London

A-Level Music provides students with a unique opportunity to engage in a course that is both practical and theoretical. The significance of music in culture and society has long been recognised, and music is universally considered to be an art form that expresses the soul and the mind. Because of this, studying A-Level Music allows students to develop a personal and meaningful relationship with music, express themselves creatively and also develop a skill set that will help them to succeed in their future careers, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Due to its multifaceted structure, A-Level Music is highly rewarding, but also significantly challenging to undertake. Student’s will be expected to demonstrate performance, composition and appraisal skills, whilst also having a firm grasp of the history and contexts of various music pieces and composers.

An A-Level Music tutor could make all the difference when it comes to students securing a top grade in Music A-Level. An A-Level Music tutor can tailor every individual session to meet each student’s precise needs, ensuring that they achieve the best results possible at this critical stage in their education. Whether you’ve just started your Music A-Level, or you’re already neck-deep in the process, enlisting the help of a qualified A-Level Music tutor is sure to open the door to a successful future.

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Whilst A-Level music is an engaging subject that is sure to have positive implications on a student’s academic career and beyond, it can also be challenging. Student’s are required to do a vast amount of work, and the step up from GCSE Music can be overwhelming.

At Tutor House, we offer only the very best tuition provided by passionate, enthusiastic and qualified A-Level Music tutors. Our A-Level Music tutors are experts in their fields and have significant experience teaching the A-Level Music syllabus. We appreciate and understand that every individual student has a unique learning style, so our tutors will craft a personalised learning plan designed to address any issues that a student may be facing. Our A-Level Music tutors will provide students with the knowledge, skills and support that they need to ensure they have a positive learning experience whilst getting the best results possible.

We hire only the very best A-Level Music tutors in London, ensuring that they have all had a full DBS check, and are interviewed by a member of our in-house team before they go live on our website. We not only provide high-quality tutoring sessions locally, but students can also get taught online, so whatever your preference, we are sure to have the right A-Level Music tutor for you. At this defining stage in education, the support of an A-Level Music tutor can have a huge impact on every aspect of a student’s learning experience.

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A-Level Music Course Breakdown

Whilst the various A-Level exam boards have slightly different specifications, there are several aspects to the course that are common across the exam boards. At its centre, A-Level Music integrates performance, composition and musical appreciation in order to assess students on both their practical and technical skills. Students are also expected to study several set works from a range of genres and be able to engage with them critically and contextually.

Appraisal - This section of the A-Level Music course asks students to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of musical contexts, elements and language. Students are required to critically appraise several musical pieces from various genres, ranging from western classical music to jazz or musical theatre. This section of the course encourages students to engage actively in the process of studying music in order to develop their own musical skills by building on their contextual and historical understanding of music and the vital role it plays across a wide range of societies and cultures.

Through actively participating in music appraisal, students are also provided with the necessary foundational knowledge to succeed in the compositional and performance sections of the course.
Performance - This segment of the course deals with assessing a student’s performance abilities. Students will be asked to either perform as a solo artist or in a group, and they can either sing, play an instrument or produce music. Students must also demonstrate a contextual understanding of the piece of music they perform, including the genre of the music and the intention of the composer. Generally, students will be asked to perform a piece that is between 5-10 minutes in length.

For many students, performing in front of people is a daunting task, and it is not uncommon to struggle particularly with this element of A-Level Music. A Tutor House A-Level Music tutor can help students to build their confidence skills in order to ensure success in this vital component of the A-Level Music syllabus.
Composition - The compositional element of the course requires students to show their own musical developments through composing a convincing piece of music that demonstrates both their practical and technical skill set. This assesses a student’s technical musical abilities, and their ability to effectively combine this with musical elements in order to create a piece that is coherent, rational and enjoyable to listen to.

Students are also required to critique their own compositional skills in a small essay, communicating the intentions of the piece, and explaining how their work is intended to be interpreted by audiences.

Benefits of studying Music at A-Level

Studying Music at A-Level has a host of benefits and opens up doors for students both in terms of the rest of their academic life, and their future employment. With the help of a qualified and enthusiastic A-Level Music tutor, students can make sure that they are attaining both the subject-specific and transferable skills that they need to ensure they are successful in all their future endeavours.

Skills - Achieving an A-Level Music qualification is a huge achievement, and it equips students with an extensive skill set that is not only useful in terms of ensuring they achieve top grades in assessments, but that they will be able to take forward into their later lives in order to flourish both inside and outside of an academic setting.

A-Level music gives students a vast amount of specialist knowledge about creating music, the music industry, music history and its place in society, but also gives students an impressive mix of social, technical and business skills - all of which are highly impressive to prospective employers and educators alike. Transferable skills gained from achieving an A-Level Music range from problem-solving, planning, research skills, critical thinking abilities to organisational skills and time management.

Your A-Level Music Tutor will work tirelessly alongside you throughout your A-Level experience to help you to cultivate these skills in order to ensure you a successful and fruitful future.
University - An A-Level Music course provides students with a strong foundation from which to embark upon the journey into higher education. Students who study music at this level can progress on to study at a wide range of Universities or alternatively, go on to gain a place at one of the UK’s top conservatoires.

Music A-Level gives students the perfect base of knowledge from which to dive head first into a University degree based around Music. Achieving a high grade at this critical stage of education can open up degree opportunities in a whole range of subjects, especially given the broad spectrum of skills and knowledge developed through studying A-Level Music. The subject-specific and transferable skills acquired will help to carry students through their university experience and ensure them successful careers post-education. Popular courses for students who have studied A-Level Music include Music Technology, Film Studies, Dance, Drama, Theatre Studies, Maths and Media Studies.

Top UK Universities to study Music:

  • Durham University
  • Manchester University
  • Cambridge University
  • Oxford University
  • Birmingham University
  • Careers - Those who study Music at A-Level have a wide range of possible career options, both inside the music industry and in a whole range of other fields too. Music is a fast-moving and diverse sector, and the UK music industry has a whole range of possible career options for individuals who have a real passion and tenacity for the subject. The most recent figures released about the UK music industry suggested that it employs around 142,208 people nationwide, and generated nearly 4.5 billion for the UK economy.

    Jobs in the field are not limited purely to performing or composing, but instead range from producing digital music, music journalism, stage management, media and communication in the industry, live events production, or even teaching. The subject-specific knowledge and the transferable workplace skills achieved through gaining an A-Level Music qualification are sure to help you embark upon a successful career. Don’t miss out on the job of your dreams and get the support of an A-Level Music Tutor, today.

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    A-Level Music Tutors Near Me

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    Fady K

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    I am currently a third-year medical student at University College London. I am available to tutor immediately and can do weekends too. I have had many valuable opportunities in tutoring that have built up my teaching skills to date. Teaching GCSE and A-Level students at school and after school has developed my skill to adapt my teaching style in order to fit with any candidate's ability and way of learning. Many of the students I have mentored in school have had results above expectations and went on to go to university studying their passions away. I also have had many experiences with a specialised company tutoring medical and dental school applicants for their interviews. I, myself, have had three interviews at UCL, Sheffield and St George's medical schools. I was offered a place to study medicine at the three universities. My diverse experiences in this field and the communication skills that I have developed in medical school allow me to give valuable advice for university admissions and interviews. My 14A*s at GCSE and my 3A*s and 3As at A-level permit me to teach most of the subjects I undertook confidently. I am originally from Egypt, I am fluent in Arabic and half-fluent in French. I am currently undertaking a research project during my medical course in molecular biology, reaching the limits of what we know about cells and disease has allowed me to delve into these subjects beyond what is written in textbooks and journals. I am very passionate about what I study and I carry this through in my lessons. I am also extremely passionate about teaching as this forms a huge part of my future career. Looking forward to helping you achieve your potential. Thank you.

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    Fady K

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    I am currently a third-year medical student at University College London. I am available to tutor immediately and can do weekends too. I have had many valuable opportunities in tutoring that have built up my teaching skills to date. Teaching GCSE and A-Level students at school and after school has developed my skill to adapt my teaching style in order to fit with any candidate's ability and way of learning. Many of the students I have mentored in school have had results above expectations and went on to go to university studying their passions away. I also have had many experiences with a specialised company tutoring medical and dental school applicants for their interviews. I, myself, have had three interviews at UCL, Sheffield and St George's medical schools. I was offered a place to study medicine at the three universities. My diverse experiences in this field and the communication skills that I have developed in medical school allow me to give valuable advice for university admissions and interviews. My 14A*s at GCSE and my 3A*s and 3As at A-level permit me to teach most of the subjects I undertook confidently. I am originally from Egypt, I am fluent in Arabic and half-fluent in French. I am currently undertaking a research project during my medical course in molecular biology, reaching the limits of what we know about cells and disease has allowed me to delve into these subjects beyond what is written in textbooks and journals. I am very passionate about what I study and I carry this through in my lessons. I am also extremely passionate about teaching as this forms a huge part of my future career. Looking forward to helping you achieve your potential. Thank you.

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    Hello, I am Bethany. I am currently a Teaching Assistant at an Independent Prep School in London and I have tutored for over 4 years both face-to-face and online. I am an enthusiastic and friendly person and will encourage all my students to perform to their best standard while having fun learning. I have the patience and ability needed to connect with my students to find the best way to improve their understanding, as each session will be tailored to each individual student. I have now been tutoring for over 4 years both online and face to face gaining lots of experience. Furthermore, I have been teaching gymnastics to children since I was 15, and have been working at national and international summer schools each summer since 2014, so have a lot of experience in teaching and engaging with children from all backgrounds and at all ages. This vast range of experience has taught me a lot about adapting to different personalities. After taking my A-Levels I went on to do a Geography with Biological Sciences degree at the University of Exeter where I gained a 1st in my dissertation and an Upper 2:1 classification. In my first year of university, I began tutoring part-time both online and face to face. After university, I was lucky enough to be placed on an Erasmus+ fully funded placement for 3 months, where I taught English as a foreign language in Seville, Spain and gained my TEFL qualification, where I carried on tutoring part-time online. I am now enrolled to study a Master's degree in Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy which will commence in September 2019 on a part-time basis. Having tutored a great number of students over the years, I found that each of them learns and makes sense of their subjects in very different ways, therefore, I tailor my sessions to each student. During the sessions, we will cover what you want to understand, as well as going along with the syllabus if needs be. We will use all four different types of learning and will stick to what is suited to you best, which we will discuss in our first ever session together. The sessions will be fun and enlightening, and I will prepare for the sessions beforehand, and if you would like I am able to produce homework worksheets that test what we have gone through the session. Currently I am based in South London so I am very flexible in terms of scheduling a session whether that may be at the weekend or an evening during the week. When I am not tutoring and teaching part-time, I am working at the theatre as a casual employee in the West End and I enjoy playing tennis, and doing gymnastics and ballet, keeping up to date with global news and events and catching up with family and friends! Lastly, I am extremely flexible, so please just get into contact with me and we can go from there! "Bethany has been amazing! My daughter has thoroughly enjoyed the lessons spent with Bethany and always looks forward to them which I am happy about. My daughter has always felt at ease and the sessions were always very productive. She is very flexible and understanding and she has always been very punctual. She is a lovely girl. She is a great match for my daughter as she is always patient and engaging and I would recommend her to everyone" (Mother of an 11+ student) I very much look forward to hearing from you.

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    I am a first year undergraduate at the University of Oxford studying Mathematics and Philosophy with A*A*A*A at A-level in Maths, Further Maths, Ancient Greek and Physics as well as a 1 in STEP 2 and 11 A*s at GCSE. During my last year at school, I tutored pupils from the local area as well as fellow students at my school which I really enjoyed. One of the pupils who I tutored subsequently got into Hampton School at 10+. As someone who is closer in age to my tutees, I am able to develop a connection with students and thereby better approach their learning. Tutoring for me is immensely enjoyable and rewarding. Away from academic studies I also have a keen interest in music and drama - I play the piano, trumpet and guitar and regularly get involved with plays.

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    A-Level Music Tuition in London

    A-Level Music provides students with a unique opportunity to engage in a course that is both practical and theoretical. The significance of music in culture and society has long been recognised, and music is universally considered to be an art form that expresses the soul and the mind. Because of this, studying A-Level Music allows students to develop a personal and meaningful relationship with music, express themselves creatively and also develop a skill set that will help them to succeed in their future careers, both inside and outside of the classroom.

    Due to its multifaceted structure, A-Level Music is highly rewarding, but also significantly challenging to undertake. Student’s will be expected to demonstrate performance, composition and appraisal skills, whilst also having a firm grasp of the history and contexts of various music pieces and composers.

    An A-Level Music tutor could make all the difference when it comes to students securing a top grade in Music A-Level. An A-Level Music tutor can tailor every individual session to meet each student’s precise needs, ensuring that they achieve the best results possible at this critical stage in their education. Whether you’ve just started your Music A-Level, or you’re already neck-deep in the process, enlisting the help of a qualified A-Level Music tutor is sure to open the door to a successful future.

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    Whilst A-Level music is an engaging subject that is sure to have positive implications on a student’s academic career and beyond, it can also be challenging. Student’s are required to do a vast amount of work, and the step up from GCSE Music can be overwhelming.

    At Tutor House, we offer only the very best tuition provided by passionate, enthusiastic and qualified A-Level Music tutors. Our A-Level Music tutors are experts in their fields and have significant experience teaching the A-Level Music syllabus. We appreciate and understand that every individual student has a unique learning style, so our tutors will craft a personalised learning plan designed to address any issues that a student may be facing. Our A-Level Music tutors will provide students with the knowledge, skills and support that they need to ensure they have a positive learning experience whilst getting the best results possible.

    We hire only the very best A-Level Music tutors in London, ensuring that they have all had a full DBS check, and are interviewed by a member of our in-house team before they go live on our website. We not only provide high-quality tutoring sessions locally, but students can also get taught online, so whatever your preference, we are sure to have the right A-Level Music tutor for you. At this defining stage in education, the support of an A-Level Music tutor can have a huge impact on every aspect of a student’s learning experience.

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    The next logical step after deciding to enlist the help of a qualified A-Level music tutor, is to ask “How can I find an A-Level Music Tutor near me?”. Whereas previously, finding a tutor could seem like a heinous and time-consuming task, with Tutor House’s innovative and dependable platform, finding the perfect A-Level tutor for you has never been easier. Our unique algorithm is able to use a few key pieces of information, such as your location and your level of study, in order to find you the ideal tutor match for you. Simply follow these instructions, and find your perfect A-Level Music tutor, today:

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    A-Level Music Course Breakdown

    Whilst the various A-Level exam boards have slightly different specifications, there are several aspects to the course that are common across the exam boards. At its centre, A-Level Music integrates performance, composition and musical appreciation in order to assess students on both their practical and technical skills. Students are also expected to study several set works from a range of genres and be able to engage with them critically and contextually.

    Appraisal - This section of the A-Level Music course asks students to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of musical contexts, elements and language. Students are required to critically appraise several musical pieces from various genres, ranging from western classical music to jazz or musical theatre. This section of the course encourages students to engage actively in the process of studying music in order to develop their own musical skills by building on their contextual and historical understanding of music and the vital role it plays across a wide range of societies and cultures.

    Through actively participating in music appraisal, students are also provided with the necessary foundational knowledge to succeed in the compositional and performance sections of the course.
    Performance - This segment of the course deals with assessing a student’s performance abilities. Students will be asked to either perform as a solo artist or in a group, and they can either sing, play an instrument or produce music. Students must also demonstrate a contextual understanding of the piece of music they perform, including the genre of the music and the intention of the composer. Generally, students will be asked to perform a piece that is between 5-10 minutes in length.

    For many students, performing in front of people is a daunting task, and it is not uncommon to struggle particularly with this element of A-Level Music. A Tutor House A-Level Music tutor can help students to build their confidence skills in order to ensure success in this vital component of the A-Level Music syllabus.
    Composition - The compositional element of the course requires students to show their own musical developments through composing a convincing piece of music that demonstrates both their practical and technical skill set. This assesses a student’s technical musical abilities, and their ability to effectively combine this with musical elements in order to create a piece that is coherent, rational and enjoyable to listen to.

    Students are also required to critique their own compositional skills in a small essay, communicating the intentions of the piece, and explaining how their work is intended to be interpreted by audiences.

    Benefits of studying Music at A-Level

    Studying Music at A-Level has a host of benefits and opens up doors for students both in terms of the rest of their academic life, and their future employment. With the help of a qualified and enthusiastic A-Level Music tutor, students can make sure that they are attaining both the subject-specific and transferable skills that they need to ensure they are successful in all their future endeavours.

    Appraisal - This section of the A-Level Music course asks students to demonstrate an in-depth understanding of musical contexts, elements and language. Students are required to critically appraise several musical pieces from various genres, ranging from western classical music to jazz or musical theatre. This section of the course encourages students to engage actively in the process of studying music in order to develop their own musical skills by building on their contextual and historical understanding of music and the vital role it plays across a wide range of societies and cultures.

    Through actively participating in music appraisal, students are also provided with the necessary foundational knowledge to succeed in the compositional and performance sections of the course.
    Performance - This segment of the course deals with assessing a student’s performance abilities. Students will be asked to either perform as a solo artist or in a group, and they can either sing, play an instrument or produce music. Students must also demonstrate a contextual understanding of the piece of music they perform, including the genre of the music and the intention of the composer. Generally, students will be asked to perform a piece that is between 5-10 minutes in length.

    For many students, performing in front of people is a daunting task, and it is not uncommon to struggle particularly with this element of A-Level Music. A Tutor House A-Level Music tutor can help students to build their confidence skills in order to ensure success in this vital component of the A-Level Music syllabus.
    Composition - The compositional element of the course requires students to show their own musical developments through composing a convincing piece of music that demonstrates both their practical and technical skill set. This assesses a student’s technical musical abilities, and their ability to effectively combine this with musical elements in order to create a piece that is coherent, rational and enjoyable to listen to.

    Students are also required to critique their own compositional skills in a small essay, communicating the intentions of the piece, and explaining how their work is intended to be interpreted by audiences.

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