Religious Studies Common Entrance Tutors
Tavistock Tutors provide religious studies Common Entrance tutors in the London area. The ratio of students to places is rising year on year, especially in London. This is why schools use the Common Entrance exam results to aid their decision making. This means, getting the right help has never been more crucial. The pass mark of 60% and the pressure that comes with it may seem daunting, but that is where Tavistock Tutors comes in. A Tavistock Tutor will have extensive experience with the religious studies Common Entrance exams and excellent pass rates. In addition, our handpicked tutors have the passion, skill, and ability to engage any sort of pupil and solve any problem.
The exam varies from school to school, but is usually between 1 and 1 ½ hours and in an essay-based format. The Common Entrance exam for religious studies can cover any of the five major religions from any angle. Particular focus is given to the old and new testaments both as whole and set texts that a student will need to learn and interpret. Both this and the format of the questions are likely to be different to those that the student has previously experienced. In addition to this, they also look at scholarly topics such as morality and ethics, applying different scholarly interpretations to modern day issues such as abortion and euthanasia. Studying the world’s religions is probably not new to a student, but looking into scholars probably is, and can seem very confusing when studied for the first time. By engaging a Tavistock tutor, your child will be working with someone who is able to show them that they have the knowledge and ability to pass these exams, as well as plug any gaps that they do find, in an interesting and engaging manner.
Some schools create their own Common Entrance exam, to try to limit the impact of quality tutoring. Even if that is the case, Tavistock Tutors can still help. We have tutors with experience in these new papers as well. So contact Tavistock Tutors today for the best in religious studies Common Entrance tuition.