Oliver has over 5 years tutoring experience and believes in developing a student's passion for the subject in order to help them learn. Oliver has recently completed a PhD in the History of Religious Studies and Psychology at UCL. He is currently training as a Psychotherapist alongside his teaching. He has supported 90 Keystone families teaching over 1,700 hours to date.
Jean-Michel is an experienced tutor with degrees in Physics, Philosophy and Literature. He enjoys finding new ways of teaching his subjects and aims to foster a love of learning in his students. During his time at Keystone, Jean-Michel has taught over 2,200 hours.
Andy holds a BA (double first) and a PhD, both from the University of Cambridge, and an MA from King’s College London. He is an experienced tutor in English, Philosophy, Religious Studies and academic writing skills. Since joining Keystone in 2015, he has taught over 6,800 hours with Keystone and helped over 280 families.
Harry is a patient and personable Oxford graduate with a flawless academic background. He uses a calm and supportive approach to build a strong rapport with each of his students. Harry is an experienced tutor in Religious Studies, Maths and English, with over 3,300 hours taught whilst at Keystone.
"As our daughter had never studied Philosophy before, I asked Keystone Tutors to recommend a tutor in this subject for her. Andy has been helping her with her preparations for Philosophy A-level exams and I can highly recommend him. Andy is not only very qualified in this subject but he is dedicated to making the subject understandable and showed her the different methods one works for to get the grades desired for Philosophy. "Mother of A Level Philosophy student
"All of the feedback on my pieces of work we looked at were very clear and detailed. The explanations he gave when I asked questions were thorough. The sessions were always relaxed whilst being informative, and Frazier ensured a question or topic had been answered fully before moving on."Mother of Oxbridge Candidate
A Guide to the Philosophy Test for Oxford University
What is the Philosophy Test? The Philosophy Test is unique to Oxford and sat solely by applicants for the joint course of Philosophy and Theology; those applying for Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) or Philosophy, Psychology and Linguistics (PPL) instead sit the Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA). A 60-minute written paper, it is designed to test prospective students’ skills of analysis, inference, and argumentation.
Getting Ready to Start AQA A-Level Philosophy
Maybe you’ve just finished your GCSEs and have decided to enter the brave new world of Philosophy at A Level. It might feel both exciting and a little daunting to be beginning a brand-new subject in Year 12, rather than continuing one, such as Physics or English, that you’ve studied for some years.