Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the GCSE German tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Alex joined Keystone in 2016 having graduated with a First Class Degree. Since starting at Keystone he has taught over 3,500 hours with more than 100 families and teaches all the way up from 11+ - A Level.
Olly is an Oxford graduate and experienced tutor. He has a real passion for teaching as well as for writing, theatre and sport.
Abigail has been tutoring since 2012 and has taught a range of subjects and age groups. She has always loved learning and aims to enthuse her students about their studies.
Maggie is a qualified teacher and experienced tutor. Her approach to tutoring is thorough, resourceful and supportive.
Dhananjay is a Cambridge graduate and a gifted linguist. He teaches from the 11+ - university level. He is currently a full-time tutor.
Alex is Cambridge University graduate and qualified teacher who has billed over 1,500 hours trough Keystone alone. She also has a masters degree in Child Psychology and has considerable tutoring experience beyond her work with Keystone.
Lila is a highly academic Oxford graduate who teaches across the age range. She tutors alongside training to be an opera singer.
"Our daughter really enjoyed her lessons with you and thought it took her to another level of how to approach German. We are delighted to inform you that she has been offered a place at Highgate, our preferred choice of school."Mother of German student
"Our son received an A grade in German so we were very pleased and relieved! Thank you so much for all your help, it was much needed and came at the right time."Mother of German GCSE student
What is the difference between IGCSE and GCSE?
GCSE and IGCSE are certainly very similar. Both qualifications are at the same level: they are designed to test the completion of the UK National Curriculum's "Key Stage 4". They are usually sat at the end of UK Year 11, in the year a student becomes 16. They have no age restriction, though - and have been sat by many students younger and older. By most higher education institutions and employers, they are seen as equivalent qualifications.
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