Alex joined Keystone in 2016 having graduated with a First Class Degree. Since starting at Keystone he has taught over 6,300 hours with more than 170 families and teaches all the way up from 11+ - A Level.
Maggie is a qualified teacher and experienced tutor. Her approach to tutoring is thorough, resourceful and supportive.
"Maggie, has been a remarkable teacher to work with. She is extremely well organised, encouraging and sets the bar high. She is immensely patient and constantly supporting the students to improve their German skills. It was impressive to see how well prepared she was prior to each lesson. She has managed to instil a love of the subject in our son."Mother of German Student
"My daughter is thoroughly enjoying her lessons with Alex. She thinks he is so funny and makes the lessons and German so enjoyable. He is also on the ball with the curriculum and what is needed for the MLAT exam. We both really didn’t think the online lesson would work so well - it’s brilliant"Mother of Year 12 Student
A Guide to the OLAT (Oriental Languages Aptitude Test)
This guide is for anyone applying to sit Oriental Languages courses at the University of Oxford. In the sections below you can find out if you need to sit the test and how you go about doing that. There is also advice on how best to prepare for the OLAT and how important the test will be to your application to study at Oxford.
The Modern Languages Aptitude Test (MLAT) at Oxford
Any candidate applying to study Modern Languages at Oxford or Cambridge will have to sit a written paper as part of the admissions process: The Modern Languages Aptitude Test (MLAT) at Oxford and the Modern and Medieval Languages Admissions Assessment (MMLAA) at Cambridge. There are big differences between the two tests, from the structure and what they are testing to when they are sat. This blog covers the Oxford MLAT. You can read our blog on the Cambridge MMLAA here.