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A-Level Philosophy Tuition in London

Our A-Level Philosophy Tutors have years of experience and are passionate about helping their students overcome problem areas, feel confident and engaged in their subject and get the grades they need for further study and beyond.

We are more often treacherous through weakness than through calculation.

– Francios VI de la Rochefoucault

Philosophy is a thoroughly interesting A-level and it’s becoming more and more popular. It’s hard to get marks though and that’s where our tutors come in; they have years of A-Level Philosophy tutoring experience. Tutor House offers 1-1 tutoring as well as Online courses.

Furthermore, A-Level Philosophy has become one of the most popular 4th option when it comes to choosing A-Level subjects ever since the change of curriculum in 2000. Also, Students will explore the deepest aspects of what it means to be human. Asking questions such as: ‘does God exist, and if so, what does God expect of us?’ ‘What can we know about the world we live in?’

Breakdown of the core Philosophy A-Level modules:

The main topics of Philosophy A-Level are as follows:

  • An introduction to Philosophy (1)
  • Introduction to Philosophy (2)
  • Key themes in Philosophy
  • Philosophical Problems

Benefits of Studying A-Level Philosophy

A-Level Philosophy encourages open-mindedness, studying philosophy can really change and build a student’s character. Philosophy can help students mature and relate to people who are different to themselves, whether they are people they actually meet or ones they read about in class. It allows students to really think differently than they used to and use it their advantage not just within the course but in everyday situations.

Why is it worth studying A-Level Philosophy

Philosophy isn’t easy, it really challenges students to think outside of the box, helping them to develop new skills such as:

  • Understanding the relations between ideas: how one idea can imply or contradict another
  • The ability to spot flaws in arguments
  • The ability to argue
  • Imagination: coming up with novel solutions and novel ideas
  • Communication and conversation: philosophy is done through discussion and debate

What can you do with a Philosophy degree?

Philosophy Degrees allow students to think independently and learn how to analyse and communicate ideas in an understandable, balanced and organised manner. Philosophy graduates have many career possibilities such as:

  • Further/ Higher/ Secondary teacher
  • Barrister
  • Civil Service fast streamer
  • Health service manager
  • Local government officer
  • Marketing executive

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