A-Level History Tutoring in London
“We are not makers of history. We are made by history.”
– Martin Luther King, Jr.
At Tutor House, we provide the essential tools for A-Level History tutoring that are both engaging and fascinating. All of our History Tutors have years of experience and are enthusiastic about their exceptional teaching methods.
Our tutors aim to make History as stimulating and interactive as possible. They make sure students feel confident in tackling every part of the syllabus.
History is the study of past events, particularly in human affairs. History allows students to gain knowledge about the past and contribute new understandings to what has already occurred based on ongoing discoveries.
Breakdown of the core History A-Level modules:
- Breadth study
- Depth study
Benefits of studying History at A-Level
History produces knowledge of the past that, in turn, affects our present and future. A-Level History is ideal for students wishing to specialize in journalism, law, museum studies or teaching.
Why is it worth studying A-Level History?
Knowledge of past events and people are crucial to understanding society. Therefore, historians are able to use their knowledge to determine how the past will continuously affect the present and future, and maintain our global identity.
History also allows students to explore their intrigue for the events and people from countless years ago, and provide the rest of the world with the contextual knowledge necessary in understanding how and why we are drawn to some of the world’s greatest artifacts.
What can you do with a History degree?
If students choose to study History at degree level there are a vast number of careers opportunities open to them. Students are likely to be employed as a museum curators, archivists or academic librarians.
Did you know? Studying History at a prestigious university makes for an impressive and attractive addition to a CV. Graduate Prospects in the top UK universities are notably very high.
Top universities to study a History degree:
- Cambridge University
- Durham University
- Oxford University
- St. Andrews University
- Exeter University