Bespoke Oxford Interview Support
We offer bespoke one-to-one Oxford interview tutorials, delivered by Oxford and Cambridge graduates and admissions tutors.
With a team of over two hundred graduates, we will be able to match students with subject-specific tutors.
The applicant is taught how to effectively answer questions and communicate well in an interview
The applicant and tutor will run through a bank of past and potential interview questions
Mock interviews are given to simulate the real conditions of an Cambridge interview
Oxford Interview Preparation
We offer a fully flexible and transparent tuition package, charged per hour of tuition.
We start with an initial consultation with parents and students to determine the requirements of the applicant.
We then match the student with one of our tutors, each of whom has been selected to join our team after being interviewed and trained by us.
Flexible Online Tuition
Most of our tutors are based in Oxford and Cambridge, so by carrying out tuition online it means that geography isn’t a limitation. We can therefore provide the highest possible level of tuition, regardless of location.
Through the use of dedicated tutoring platforms and virtual whiteboards, the standard of tuition provided online evens excels in-person tuition. Sessions can be recorded for future reference, and a complete record of all the work taken place can been preserved.
our oxford interview tutors
Our tutors are all current students or graduates of Oxford or Cambridge University.
They are deeply familiar with the Oxford interview process, both from personal experience and tutoring prospective applicants.
They have a background in teaching and private tuition.
They go through a rigorous selection process and are trained to join our team.
Education: MMath Mathematics Oxford,
PhD Mathematics Oxford
Background: Steven completed his undergraduate degree and PhD in maths at Oxford before becoming a full time private tutor and educational consultant. He has successfully tutored over a dozen students who have gained acceptance at either Oxford or Cambridge.