With tutors based in London and available online to families around the world, Keystone is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. The tutors we represent are dedicated professionals with proven track records in the UK’s most competitive entrance and national exams. They help their students to perform at their best, building long-term academic resilience and life-long intellectual curiosity.
Many of the tutors we work with have committed their professional lives to private tutoring. We hope this video gives a flavour of the way our employed tutors approach their work.
Preparing for the Oxford History Aptitude Test (HAT)
5 July, 2018
Preparing for the HAT All candidates for Oxford degree courses involving History must sit the History Aptitude Test (HAT). Students can often feel a little uneasy about the test at first, because its format has changed over time, and it is very different from A-level exams. To help make the test a less daunting prospect, I have created an introductory guide to what it entails and how best to prepare.
Changes to Consortium Schools' Entrance Exams
10 June, 2018
What did the old exams look like? This year’s (2018) examinations consisted of a paper based English and Maths examination. What will the new exam look like in 2019? At the moment, nobody knows definitively. The consortium have said that the exams will be as follows in their statement: “a one-hour long bespoke cognitive ability test including reasoning and Maths.