Supplementary tuition

Looking for ongoing support from a Greene's tutor?

On-going supplementary tuition courses consist of regular – often weekly – tutorials over a set period of time – such as a school term or over the academic year.  There are discounted fee packages available if you are looking to pre-book a number of hours of supplementary tuition over the academic year.  These can also be combined with discounted trial exam fees.  Trial exams – taken formerly – are possibly the best way of making sure you are on track for your target grade.

Courses of supplementary tuition are most suitable if you are looking for a regular programme of tuition to support your studies – such as a particular subject at school or a course you might be studying by yourself with a distance learning or other academic institution.

If you opt for supplementary tuition, and whether you choose face-to-face or online tutorials – or even a mixture – you can enrol at Greene’s for regular, weekly tutorials over several months to support and consolidate what you are doing in your full-time courses.

To get the best out of your tutor and your tutorial be well prepared.  Spend time thinking about what you want to cover with your tutor and send any completed homework to your tutor beforehand.  The tutorial method of learning works best when the learning and understanding of topics is consolidated by probing discussion with your tutor.  The more prepared you are the more you will get out of your tutorial.

Supplementary tuition fees

Tuition type
Hours
(see note 1 below)
FeesAdditional hoursLate booking fee
(please see note 2 below)
Academic tuition
(up to & including A level or equivalent)
5
(individual tuition)
£350£65£70
University preparation
(application support & tests)
5
(individual tuition)
£350£65£70
Academic assessment and report
£130
Academic practice interview and report
£130
Notes:
1. There is an initial minimum booking of five hours.
2. Please be aware that there is a late booking fee charged per subject per course should the tuition be requested and arranged within five days of the tuition taking place.
3. As a registered exam candidate at Greene's you benefit from a 10% discount on our standard tuition fee rates.

Supplementary tuition and trial exam packages (per subject)

Standard
Popular
Most popular
Premium
Set-up fee
£25
Free
Free
Free
Tuition (per subject)
Five hours at £65 per hour
10 hours at £60 per hour
20 hours at £55 per hour
35 hours at £50 per hour
One trial exam invigilated at Greene's
£65 per paper
£60 per paper
£55 per paper
£55 per paper
Four self-invigilated trial exams
£50 per paper
£45 per paper
£40 per paper
£40 per paper
Package price (additional tuition and/or trial exams can be added at package price rate)
£615
£840
£1,315
£1,965
You save:
Standard price
no saving
£100
11%
£275
17%
£600
23%

Supplementary tuition in groups

If you are interested in a course of regular supplementary tuition it may be possible – and more cost effective – for you to join one of our existing small group tutorials which are run throughout the year in most core A level subjects.  Our groups generally consist of around three or four students but you must be able to join at the beginning of the academic year.

For most core A level subjects we run group sessions three times per week at our premises in central Oxford.  Each session is 45 minutes long and is timetabled to take place during the working day three times per week.  These group tutorials can be a good option if you are studying by yourself.  Joining an existing group can be quite motivating  and can help ensure that you stay on track with your studies.  Combining group tuition with some trial exams at Greene’s can significantly help you achieve your academic goals.

If you are interested in the possibility of joining one of our groups please contact us to discuss the options available.

To apply for a course of supplementary tuition please complete the online form by following the link at the top of this page.  For more information, please contact us using the form below.

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Horace Mann, (1796 – 1859), politician and education reformer